Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump

Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump

If you hadn’t already guess, I own a few breast pumps. It’s just a little collection. So when Lansinoh offered to send me their Manual Breast Pump (£24.95) to review I was hardly going to say no, was I!

I Like

The Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump is lightweight; in fact its boxed weight seems much lighter than any of the other pumps I’ve tried. It’s also more compact than the other pumps I’ve tried, some are only a little bulkier while others are much more so. The pump comes apart completely and is probably the easiest to clean that I’ve tried so far, partly in thanks to the tiny flange cleaning brush that’s included.

I Don’t Like

The Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump doesn’t come with any bottle teats. Considering a manual breast pump is often the purchase of a mother who wants to express so she can take an hour two off every now and then, and may not necessarily have already bought bottles, this small oversight could make all the difference to whether or not a person purchases the pump.

Conclusion

If you don’t mind buying bottles separately then the Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump is a great buy, especially because of its ease of use and portability.

Lansinoh also do a great range of breastfeeding accessories. They’re probably best known for their fabulous lanolin tubes which, even if you’re not using it for cracked nipples, make the best lip balm I’ve ever used. They offer a range of milk storage bottles and milk storage bags for us pumping mamas, breast pads and the award winning LatchAssist. Lansinoh’s products are both competitively priced and BPA-free making them the perfect solution for quality on a budget.

  • I think bottles are not included to reduce the price. Manual pumps are most often bought by those who do not want to spend a couple hundred on a breast pump.