Lansinoh Signature Pro Double Breast Pump Review (2019 Edition)

You’re going to give breastfeeding a real shot and you want to equip yourself for success. So you’re looking for a great breast pump that won’t leave you in tears and wallowing in your own failure.

This Lansinoh breast pump review will give you the scoop on this particular brand of breast pump to see if it is right for you.

Contents

    Product Overview

    The Lansinoh SignaturePro is an impressive double electric pump at an affordable price. This is one of the only pumps that comes with three pumping styles and eight adjustable suction levels.

    It’s also a closed-system pump that is designed for daily, long-term use, and is compact which makes it a good choice for the mom on-the-go.

    The Lansinoh pump comes with

    PROS:
    • Inexpensive for a double electric pump.
    • Comes with a lot of accessories and samples.
    • Hygienic design.
    CONS:
    • Other bottles won’t fit on this pump without an adapter.
    • Doesn’t do a great job of fully draining breasts.

    Key Features and Benefits

    This pump has three customizable pumping styles, along with eight adjustable suction levels:

    This puts all the power right in a mom’s hands, just as it should be. Women are more likely to stick with breastfeeding if they can find a setting that doesn’t feel like it is some sort of pain tolerance test.

    An LCD screen comes with this pump, and it tracks time:

    Screens, especially ones that track the time of pumping sessions, are a welcome addition to breast pumping. It’s far too easy to sit in a quiet room to do your breast pumping, get all strapped up and only then realize you don’t have a clock, watch or phone in that room that will let you know how long you’ve been there.

    That’s not a big deal if you plan on sitting there until you pump four ounces, but if you have an appointment you have to keep at a certain time, it can be frustrating. Having a timer on the screen helps ease that burden on moms.

    The kit comes with a carrying tote:

    Moms can never have too many tote bags. We use them all and sometimes we’ll use them simultaneously, depending on how much stuff we have to lug around.

    This pump has a hygienic design that stops milk from flowing back into the tubes or motor:

    Moms already have enough cleaning to do without taking our breast pumps apart and cleaning tubing. With the Lansinoh pump, we won’t have to do any extra cleaning because it guarantees that no milk will reach the tubes.

    Easy to use:

    Because it only has a few parts to assemble, it will be easy to clean and to figure out how to put together. When a hormonal pregnant woman tries to figure out assembly instructions that leave her confused, it can trigger an epic meltdown and feelings of inadequacy, which is just the opposite of what she needs to get her through the next few weeks.

    It uses technology to mimic a baby’s feeding pattern:

    Moms respond to their babies’ faces, their smell, their sounds and even their feeding patterns. When moms feel like they are hooked up to a machine, they have a harder time with their letdown reflex. But when a machine can make them feel like their baby is at their breast, it stimulates letdown, which can lead to a quicker, more productive pumping session.


    How Do They Compare?

    1. Spectra S1

    Moms who want a lot of accessories and samples will be happy with the Lansinoh pump, but moms who don’t want any extras, just the pump, will appreciate the simplicity of the Spectra S1, which doesn’t come with a lot of extras.

    2. Freemie Freedom

    If pumping discreetly while walking around and doing household chores is your idea of a good time, you may want to buy the Freemie Freedom. But if you look forward to breast pumping sessions as a time to sit and relax a bit, the Lansinoh might be right for you.

    3. Tomy The First Years

    If you’re looking to double pump while only using one hand, you’ll want to look at The First Years pump. If you don’t mind using two hands while you pump for a few minutes, you can stick with the Lansinoh pump.

    4. Medela Freestyle

    Moms who are on a budget should check out the Lansinoh Signature Pro because it’s a fraction of the cost of the Freestyle. But moms who want to buy a breast pump that has one of the best reputations out there for performance will want to cough up the extra money for the Freestyle.

    5. Ameda Purely Yours

    Those who are looking for a basic white breast pump that will fit in with any color scheme may want to check out Ameda Purely Yours. Moms who appreciate a beautiful looking pump and aren’t worried about it clashing with their nursery decorations may want to get the Lansinoh Signature Pro.


    Who Should Buy This Pump?

    When you buy the Lansinoh pump, you’ll get to try other Lansinoh products as well, such as the sample nipple cream and breast pads. Freebies are always appreciated by moms who want to try new products, but don’t want to commit to buying something they might not like.

    In addition to the samples the pump offers, it’s a good pump for an affordable price. Plus, the fact that the pump won’t leak milk into the motor or tubes is a big selling point for time-strapped moms.

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