Re: Pumping with "Whisper Breast Pump" ?
I bought a Whisper wear and I can't stand the thing. It is loud (I tried using it at work and everyone in the entire office kept asking "What is that noise?"), they are not dicreet at all (unless you consider going up 3 cup sizes for parts of the day discreet), they are uncomfortable (unless you buy a bra way to big), and they blistered my nipples so bad I couldn't even let my daughter latch on (not to mention I didn't want her drinking puss in case the blisters popped) and I couldn't use my regular pump either. I almost had to quit breastfeeding because of the thing, and the blisters only took 15 minutes to pop up. I tried calling the company but basically got told that the blisters were my fault and they had never heard of anyone else getting them and that the 90 day money back satisfaction guarantee didn't apply to my misuse of the product. Not to mention that it took 45 min for me to get 1/2 oz when an Ameda Purley Yours I would get 4 oz in 5 min. So I got stuck with the $200.00 bill for a lousy flimsy product. I even attempted to use it again after my blisters were gone and the things stopped working. I wouldn't waste your money. The product is faulty, misrepresented (that it is quiet and discreet) and the customer service is lousy.
Amanda Mom to James (2/25/04) and nursling Alice (8/24/05)