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  1. #1
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    Default Hands free pumping needed

    Can anyone recommend the best hands-free product for pumping??
    I work in a hospital and will have to pump while eating lunch, so really need to have my hands free.

    Thanks,

    Candace

  2. #2
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    Default Re: Hands free pumping needed

    I've heard really bad things about the Whisper Wear, they apparently don't seal well and have poor suction.

    I have a PISA and I use the Easy Expression Hands Free Bustier, I absolutely love it. I just hook everything up and I can knit, eat, read, etc. while I pump at work. Makes it so much easier to relax too. I find that the bustier keeps the flanges nice and snug too so I'm not so worried about losing sucking and don't keep watching as I pump. Makes it seem like more of the break it really is instead of a chore.

    Here's a link:
    http://www.easyexpressionproducts.com/

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  3. #3
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    Default Re: Hands free pumping needed

    I also use the easy expressions hands-free bustier. It works great to hold the horns in place. I am able to eat, type, etc. easily while I pump at work.
    Eva
    Mom to Alyssa (11/26/05)

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    Default Re: Hands free pumping needed

    the Easy Expressions bustier is wonderful and truly hands free...I am using it right now!

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    Default Re: Hands free pumping needed

    I too am using the easy expressions hands-free bustier right now! It is so much better than holding two bottles and pumping!
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    Default Re: Hands free pumping needed

    I agree the easy expressions bra is the best for hands-free pumping. I've extended my pumping sessions at work because I get things done while I pump.

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    Oh my gosh, that's amazing.

    Jeanne

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    The rubberband trick is genius.... I hate it when I see something that is really easy that I didn't think of myself!! Since I like to think I am so clever....
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