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whisper wear hands free double breastpump??? Tatiana & Nevaehs momma 2 kids; Michigan 177 posts
7th Dec '11

has anyone used one? it sounds good for me to use. i work in a loud factory and i would like to work and pump at the same time. what does everyone think about them pumps??? tia

Colt's mommy 1 child; Moore, Oklahoma 20555 posts
7th Dec '11

Is it supposed to be quite? If you want a good hands free one I suggest a Medela freestyle. I have the PISA and absolutely LOVE it!

Tatiana & Nevaehs momma 2 kids; Michigan 177 posts
7th Dec '11

no its not quite. which i dont mine since my shop is so loud anyways. but is teh freestyle small?? like i can just easily where it under my shirt and work

Zipo Bibrok [LIVR] 3 kids; Baton Rouge, Louisiana 10565 posts
7th Dec '11

I don't think a pump exists that you can just wear under your shirt and keep working. Unless you want to look like old school Madonna and you don't move much at all.

Zipo Bibrok [LIVR] 3 kids; Baton Rouge, Louisiana 10565 posts
7th Dec '11

:S Do those purple things go on your breasts? I've never even seen a good manual pump for that cheap. Something is amiss.

Tatiana & Nevaehs momma 2 kids; Michigan 177 posts
7th Dec '11

yeah i cant find the pump in any other place to read more about it but that would be awesome if thats how big it was. im thinking thats not all of it or something because of the price.

Zipo Bibrok [LIVR] 3 kids; Baton Rouge, Louisiana 10565 posts
7th Dec '11

It looks like it might have been discontinued unless it's exremely new, because it is out of stock everywhere. And the bags are $1 each no option to put a reusable bottle on it. The bags hang down in your shirt. I would probably just get a standard pump like Medela or Ameda and pump on your breaks. I'm not an expert on pumping though.

Colt's mommy 1 child; Moore, Oklahoma 20555 posts
7th Dec '11

Honestly, if that pump is only $21 I highly doubt it is a good pump.

Colt's mommy 1 child; Moore, Oklahoma 20555 posts
7th Dec '11

http://www.motheringfromtheheart.com/wwdouble.htm

This price is more like it but still not in stock. It actually sounds pretty cool, I wish there were some reviews on it!

Tatiana & Nevaehs momma 2 kids; Michigan 177 posts
8th Dec '11

i found this review on it http://www.epinions.com/reviews/Whisper_Wear_Hands_Free_Double_Breast_Pump_Kit
and then this place to buy it at. but with the reviews that they have i dont know if its worth getting.. :( it would just be really cool to work and pump at the same time. http://www.motheringfromtheheart.com/catalog/42.html

Colt's mommy 1 child; Moore, Oklahoma 20555 posts
8th Dec '11

Are you working with other people around you? Honestly, I only needed to pump for no more than ten minutes pumping one breast at a time (I did have a double pump and used both sometimes). For me, it would have been more of a hassle setting up a hands free pump, having to watch to make sure I didn't pump too much and over flow the bottle. It was muc easier for me to just take a 15 minute break in which I pump and clean up and get back to work right at 15 minutes. I usually only pump one breast at a time and use the same bottle/breast shield instead of using both sides with two different bottles and two breast shields to clean. I hope that all made since, lol

Tatiana & Nevaehs momma 2 kids; Michigan 177 posts
8th Dec '11

yeah i work around people. but at my shop i have not seen a place where i can pump and i can have privacy. and the bathroom is not even big enough. i dont know what to do about pumping when i go back to work. i already have a pump from my first child and it works great for me i just dont know what im going to do! :(

Colt's mommy 1 child; Moore, Oklahoma 20555 posts
8th Dec '11

<blockquote><b>Quoting Tatiana & Nevaehs momma:</b>" yeah i work around people. but at my shop i have not seen a place where i can pump and i can have privacy. ... [snip!] ... i go back to work. i already have a pump from my first child and it works great for me i just dont know what im going to do! :("</blockquote>




Well, either way you're going to have to go somewhere provate to get all hooked up kwim? And by law your employer has to provide a place for you to pump. Even if its like your bosses office, lol.

Tatiana & Nevaehs momma 2 kids; Michigan 177 posts
9th Dec '11

yeah i was looking up the Michigan law and that's not the case here. :( i work for a smaller shop and they don't have 50+ people so they don't have to let me pump or provide me with space