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If you’re a new parent, there’s a ton of new gear to buy, from diapers and onesies to white noise machines and breast pumps. Willow currently has a sale of its smart breast pumps and pump packages that deduct $ 75 from the price of its devices. The company’s portable, cordless, and cordless pumps cost up to $ 425 for a two-pump setup on the Amazon and Willow website (you’ll need the code PUMP if you go through Willow). You can also package it and either include additional flanges in two sizes (21mm and 24mm) or add reusable containers for $ 475.
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The two-pump package contains the pumps, two flanges, two cleaning brushes, and 24 single-use, four-ounce milk bags. Additional flanges are $ 30 for two people on Willow’s premises, and the reusable storage containers are $ 50 for a two-pack. The pumps are connected to a smartphone app that breastfeeding parents can use to track how much they are collecting. Willow pumps feature leak-proof technology that allows the wearer to move around freely without worrying about spilling anything.
We found the leak-proof feature particularly useful in our testing of Willow pumps. We also liked the options of using either a disposable bag or a reusable container and the “flip-to-finish” feature that allows for the last few drops of milk to be collected. The bluetooth connection was spotty on occasion, however, and the pumps are both quite noisy and quite noticeable when worn. That being said, having the option to wear a pump while caring for a baby, rather than being tied to a wall socket with a traditional pump, was worth the effort.
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