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Medela Breast Pump Bustier - Black
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No need to let a little breast pumping slow you down! This open-cut bustier helps hold your pump in place, leaving your hands free to do other things while you pump. Made from a cotton/spandex blend, it's soft and comfortable and can be worn over a nursing bra or on its own.
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Material93% Cotton, 7% spandex
AgeNewborn - 12 Months
Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by kimberleyC It gets the job done. I really wanted to like this, but I just don't. This bra does get the job done though. Based on the picture, I thought it had a lot more structure than just being a stretchy cotton strapless bra. The good: you can be hands free pumping. The bad: while you are hands free, you need to be sitting straight up somewhat hunched over in order for the milk to drain downward into the storage containers, the bra loses it's elasticity very quickly and needs to be washed very frequently in order to tighten it up again, after 3 weeks the hem has already separated from the bra. That said, I will purchase it again. Next time, I will most likely purchase 3 or so since they don't hold up well and I need this contraption as an exclusive pumper. March 24, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by RyansMom8 Not as convenient as it looks I was hoping to use this at work...but found by the time you put it on it does not save much time. I really wanted this to be a hands free solution but found in practice it was just a loss of time...dont think id recommend March 19, 2012
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