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Pump In Style Advanced is a daily use double electric breastpump designed for moms who pump several times a day. All Pump In Style Advanced breastpumps offer portability for discreet pumping anywhere.
The Backpack features a convenient built-in pump.
What is 2-Phase Expression Technology?
Through research, Medela learned that there are two distinct phases of how babies breastfeed.
- Stimulation phase - When babies first go to breast, they suck fast and light to stimulate milk flow.
- Expression phase - After milk flow or let-down starts, babies breastfeed with a slower, deeper suck, bringing out more milk faster.
- 2-Phase Expression technology with one-touch let-down button: Produces more milk in less time when pumping at Maximum Comfort Vacuum in the expression phase
- Daily use - double-electric breastpump: Designed for moms who pump several times a day
- On-the-go Tote and Backpack have a built-in pump
- The Metro Bag has a removable pump: For portable, discreet pumping
- Three stylish microfiber bags to choose from (On-the-go-tote, Backpack, or the Metro Bag): Holds everything you need to pump
- Battery pack (The Metro Bags is in a soft pouch): Lets you pump anywhere, anytime. 8 AA batteries not included
- Single knob speed/vacuum adjustments: For comfortable pump settings
- Removable cooler bag with contoured ice pack: Holds 4 breastmilk bottles and ice pack to keep breastmilk bottles cool
- All parts that touch breastmilk are made without BPA: Safe for you and your baby
- On-the-go Tote also features:
- Built-in bottle holders
- Tubing storage pocket: Help prevent spills and keeps tubing organized between pumping sessions
- The Metro Bag also features:
- Two sizes of PersonalFit breastshields
- Removable pump in a separate bag
- Work surface and mesh storage bags: For pumping and transport flexibility
Current Reviews: 3
Submited By: Carmen Krueger on 03/11/2010
I went back to work when Ava was only 4 months old. I was determaine-
d to never let Ava have formula . Due to the fact my father died of Crohns Disease . Breast feeding has many benifets and one of them was to reduce the chance that your baby will ever get crohns. I had great success with this pump, I was done pumping in about 10 to 5 minutes and Ava is know almost 10 months and she has been only on breast milk. This has made me very happy and I plan to nurse to a year .
Submited By: Justina Mark on 07/28/2009
What can I say, I think the Medela is the pump to have - it is after all one that is used quite frequently by hospitals. The two modes are great and compliemnt each other. The stimulatio-
n mode worked really well for me as it helped with my let down. The suction power was great as it gave me control with how strong I needed to pump. The parts are easy to clean and to assemble. I had borrowed the pump before I caved to buy one. The Medela is pricy so I ended up buying the Medela.
How does it compare? it's like learning to drive on a Cadillac and then using a Lada - I was spoiled by the Medela. The Ameda for one had too many parts to assemble and clean, the stimulatio-
n mode was not as effective as the Medela and the suction mode, although can be adjusted, just didn'-
t extract as much milk from me as the Medela. It took me longer to pump milk with the Ameda than with the Medela.
r, the Ameda was 1/2 the price. If you plan to pump a lot, then the Medela is probably worth buying, but if you only plan to pump on occasion than the Ameda would probably suffice.
Submited By: Karina Gibson on 07/16/2009
I've had this pump now for a couple years and I absolutely love it. The ability to single or double pump is fantastic! I love that there is a "stim-
ot; mode as well as the regular to help with your let down reflex. The option to adjust speeds/suc-
tion is great as well. Parts are super easy to clean and I'd never had any problems with it. The only thing I don't like about it is that the motor takes up a good portion of the space in the bag, so you can't really use this as your diaper bag. If you were going somewhere for a short period of time, it would work, but if you have to keep a lot of things in it, it wouldn-
9;t get the job done. Fantastic pump. I've also used the mini-elect-
ric, which I found to be quite painful because you couldn-
9;t adjust the suction. It was just on or off. So if you are pumping quite frequently (I had to pump all my milk), I would HIGHLY recommend this pump or one of the similar models (backpack, freestyle, etc).