Busy Moms Should Consider This Travel Breast Pump

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Busy Moms Should Consider This Travel Breast Pump

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My best friend is pregnant, and she asked me for help to create her baby registry.  I used Babylist when I was pregnant because I like how you can add items from any store, and you can add things that don’t cost anything like dogwalking, handmade art, home-cooked meals, and cleaning help.

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As I was adding items to her list, I realized that Spectra has a travel breast pump.   I used the rechargeable S1 when I was pumping, and loved it.  When I was traveling and pumping, it was nearly impossible to lug around my breast pump and use it.  It took up ~25% of the space in my carry-on suitcase, and was large and clunky.

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I’m really excited that Spectra has another breast pump that’s so travel friendly, and it seemed to get decent reviews, too.  Have you used the Spectra S9 travel breast pump?  Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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I’ve never used the s9 but love the s2. It’s the best pump I’ve used. It is extremely lightweight and can be used without connected to power if charged so fairly good for traveling too!

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I also loved the S2! The charge held out for days, too, which was an added bonus.

I don’t use the s9, but people in my moms group uniformly agree the s9 is not that great and is a fairly weak pump. It doesn’t get as much milk as the s1.

I personally recommend the baby Buddha as a travel pump.

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Thanks for the tip! I’ll have to look into that.