Today, 12:55 PM
I actually like some things about all of my pumps. I currently like my Hygeia Enjoye, but it took a while to get used to it and they took over a month to send it to me. Plus, I had to start using Medela flanges to get a good milk output. I had to pay for that one, though, and it was pretty pricey. But I had mastitis twice within the first few months of nursing this little guy, so I wanted something powerful to get rid of them as needed. Plus, you can sell it or send it back for recycling, which you can't do with the other pumps since they're single-user.
I liked the simplicity of Medela PISA (just used a button after letdown, whereas with the Ameda and Hygeia you have to turn knobs). The Purely Yours seemed a little less powerful the first time around, but my second one seems a little better so far. But I had to change out the parts frequently with the first one since I used it all the time, and there would often be little issues with it (like the diaphragms wouldn't inflate totally). The Ameda seems best for pumping in the car, because it is small, has a place to put the bottles, and the knobs are easy to maneuver without looking (plus, it's dark when I drive to work).