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A great alternative pump
If you want to build up a stash of milk but don’t want the complexity or expense or fiddliness of a traditional pump, try the Hakaa. It really on works for me while feeding from the other side, but it’s comfortable, effective and easy to clean. So definitely worth a try - though if you need to regularly pump large quantities of milk, you’d be best with a traditional option.
Wish I had known about this sooner
I was skeptical about how this would work but for the price I thought I may aswell give it a go. Amazed at how well it works, like other reviews I use on the opposite breast when feeding to catch the milk that would normally be lost.
I only wish I had known about it sooner in the early breast feeding days!
Works as well as my expensive electric pump but much less hassle!
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So easy and so simple. Suction it on and away you go! My electric breast pump has been sitting at the back of my cupboard since I purchased the haakaa. I purchased the original and now they have a larger size which I am considering purchasing. It's a game changer!
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So easy and effective
Got my HaaKaa yesterday and tried it out today, I got as much milk out as I would normally using my other hand pump but without the hard work and RSI or fiddly parts to pull apart to wash and then put back together to use, so much easier. Wish I'd have just saved myself the original $100 I spent on that one and bought this straight up instead!
Excellent Hands Free Portable Pump!
This pump is amazing! It's a portable pump that is made from 100% food grade silicone. There are no cords or fiddly pieces to pull apart and clean & it's dishwasher safe! It fit's in your handbag and can be used anywhere. The best part is that once it's suctioned on you don't have to do anything, it just draws the milk out! Better than a hospital grade electric Medela pump!
Questions & Answers
I feed my baby on both sides...how does the pump work? Do i use it on the opposite breast and then swap sides when baby swaps breats?
Also, will i still have enough milk in the 2nd breast when baby swap sides to complete for feed?
I’m trying to decide between the 100ml and the 150ml (the latter being a new addition to their range). I’m only a smaller busted woman (still just a B cup at the end of my pregnancy) but leaking and expressing colostrum just fine. Would 150ml tend to fall off the breast and just be unnecessary or do some of you wish your 100 was bigger?
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