Medela Freestyle Hands-Free Double Breastpump is Medela's first hands-free, double-electric breast pump. It’s the performance you expect from Medela in an innovative pump that fits in the palm of your hand and includes thoughtful features that provide true mobility, freedom and flexibility.
- Hands-free accessories - provides the freedom for true pumping mobility
- Rechargeable battery - allows for 3 hours of pumping time per charge
- Small and lightweight - weighs less than 1 pound and can fit in the palm of your hand
- 2-Phase Expression® technology — smart and powerful pumping that is proven to mimic a baby’s natural nursing pattern and get more milk in less time
- LCD screen, digital display — lit screen provides a digital display that can also be used as a nightlight for those late pumping sessions
- Memory button — allows mom to save her favorite pumping pattern for ease and efficiency for the next pumping session
- Cute tote bag — holds pumping essentials and more. All of the coordinating accessories are removable, so tote can be used separately
- Freestyle Breastpump
- 1 set of tubing
- 2 SoftFit™ breastshields
- Breastshield spare parts kit
- Support belt & extension
- Hands-Free kit - with replacement parts
- Breastmilk feeding and storage set (4-5 oz. containers and lids)
- Power cord & charger
- Cooling element
- 1 Rechargeable battery
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Kayla: more than a year ago
Expensive first off! The pump itself is efficient in doing its job- removing milk from my breasts. The hands free application is pointless and difficult as it's hard to keep in place without loosing suction. And many moms need to be relaxed while pumping anyways so this feature was pointless to me. The different options for suction are great and useful. The major downfall of this product, like many Medela products (I also bought the manual harmony pump and this goes for the bottles and the storage caps as well) is that the seal between either 1. Pump mechanism and the bottle or 2. The bottle and the storage / on the go caps does not prevent leakage!! I spill milk on myself all of the time because of this. And even find that when I am sitting there pumping that if I move a certain way where the milk splashes up toward the "seal area" it'll leak onto my leg or stomach. Annoying!
Pumping Mama: more than a year ago
I love this pump! I did have some issues though. I have been using this pump many times a day (every 4 hours for the past 4.5 months)! I did have to send it away to Medela, which took approx 3 bus days to get it back but they repaired it under warranty. I had issues with the suction but then figured out its the cups that come with the machine. I purchased new cups (the ones for the Symphony) from Babies R Us and have not had a problem since. For the amount of times my pump gets used, its well worth every penny as far as Im concerned! Never used the bra clips, too confusing and like the pp said, if you lean too far forward the milk will spill, so be careful! Anyway, I would highly recommend this pump as it is constructed very well and designed for lots of use. I must also say, I rented the Symphony (the hospital grade pump while mine was getting repaired) and the suction is as good as the Symphony!
Sasha: more than a year ago
Terrible pump! I had lots of problems with it. It has super loud noise, even a pillow with the blanket can't make it quiet. It loses suction all the time. You have to be very careful not to lean forward -the milk spills immediately. I've used my warranty for the part that lose suction (Medela sent me another one for free). But in a month I had the same problem again and they told me that I had to buy it 'cause the warranty that I have for 1 year covers only the pump itself and not the parts.
The only good thing about it - you can walk around with it, really hands free. The system that is attached to you bra is quite complicated and I've never used it as I have a special bra which is way more comfortable and convenient (btw, I bought the bra here at well.ca) .
I would recommend to consider Ameda 'purely yours' over Medela Freestyle. It's way more efficient and I have no problem with it even though it's old and I got it as a gift from a lady who also wasn't the first user.