|Product Dimensions||11.43 x 11.43 x 8.89 cm; 400 Grams|
|Item Model Number||FG063|
|Care instructions||Review User Manual Carefully For Setup, Use and Cleaning Instructions|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Item Weight||400 g|
Freemie Freemie Closed System Breast Milk Collection Cups, Pump with Your Clothes On, On The Go, Anywhere, Anytime!, Clear, 25Mm and 28Mm Funnels
|Price:||+ $15.03 Delivery|
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- Compatible Pump Not Included. Compatible with Freemie Liberty and Independence Mobile Pumps, select pumps from Evenfall, Spectra, Ardor, Philips, and more. Make sure your pump is listed as compatible before purchasing. Only works with compatible pumps.
- Single or Double Pump - Comfortably Pump and Feed Your Baby Simultaneously
- Includes sets of 25mm and 28mm funnels, and is compatible with Freemie Fumie Silicone Inserts for sizes between 15mm and 26mm
- Long Tubing keeps milk out of your pump and allows you to place the pump conveniently out of your way, but can also be trimmed if you want a tighter assembly
- Each cup holds 8 ounces and is made without BPA or DEHP
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The New Freemie Closed System Cups are a wearable breast pump milk collection system that work with a compatible closed system breast pump, allowing the user to pump with her clothes on and hands free, whenever and wherever she needs to pump
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My baby was unable to latch, and this plus other issues mean that we are currently expressing exclusively for feeds. As a result I need to express 8 to 10 times a day and good amounts so I'm very reliant on good equipment!
I'm using a spectra s1 pump but came across the freemie cups when researching pumping bras, none of which looked right for me. These are fantastic!
They work. I have managed to bottle feed my baby whilst pumping, eat dinner... I've even managed to pump on the train to clapham junction!
I havent noticed any drop in production... can still get up to 300ml using these.
Although not invisible they are still more discreet than traditional flange/bottle... pull a jumper or muslin over them and you are decent. Pumped in a restaurant, on a train and in front of my in laws!
Easy to take apart and clean
You do need to be wearing a proper bra... my soft sleep bra wont do the trick but my former nursing bras do fine.
You cant see what's being pumped well through the plastic. I used these holding them to begin with so that I could time how long I needed to be in let down mode before changing to expression mode and also how long it took me to empty both breasts... after this I could just stick to these rough timings each time without having to check.
I needed higher settings than I do with my bottles and flanges but that's easy to do.
Summary: I love them. I still use the flanges regularly at home but this has freed me to do other things or leave the house for more than 2 hours without worrying about maintaining supply. As with all things theres a knack to then but i didnt find it hard to get the hang of and think they were worth every penny
They do look a bit odd when you are using them so if you're self conscious and wanted to use them out and about just be aware of that but most people won't be able to tell tell just what you're doing. A large jumper or cardigan easily disguises this.
It's fairly easy to pour the milk out.
It's very easy to unassemble and wash.
You must boil the parts specified in the instructions before first use or it won't fit together properly. This also means that it's not really suitable for steam sterilization or microwave sterilization.
You get two flange sizes if I recall correctly 28mm and 25mm.
With pumping I'd usually recommend measuring your nipples and using the correct flange size.
I use the 25mm and it's a little big which is probably why I get slightly less then using my correctly fitting flanges however the portability absolutely outweighs this for me and I can easily hand express at the end of the pumping session.
I've also found because the parts fit together so neatly it's easier to take with me.
Another point I'd like to mention is that you don't need a special type of bra for pumping whilst using these, you can use a sports bra or your nursing bra.
It is hard to see how the pump sits on your nipple but it doesn't take long to getting used to feeling for them to be in the right position.
One final note is do not lean forwards whilst they are on or your milk may spill.
These have given me my freedom back. Paired with the BellaBaby portable pump I can continue to discreetly pump Without being tied down by cables or bulky machines. The cost of these and the BellaBaby pump comes to about £100, which is less than 1/4 of the price of the Elvie! It’s a no brainer!!
As suggested in other reviews I'm using it with a bumbag, so I can walk around with it.
I'm using my Freemie with a Bellababy Dual pump. Attached the freemie tubing to the cup, connect the freemie tubing to the Bellababy tubing, and Bellababy tubing to the Bellababy pump.
This give a lot of long tubing. After getting used to the system, I cut one (of the three tubes provided) down into two pieces (if you cut the one tube wrong you've still got two functioning tubes).
My biggest issue with the freemie is sterilising. The manual says do not steam or microwave streilise. The manual says to 'boil at first use for ten minutes', and to not let items sit at the bottom of the saucepan. If you don't have a extra large casserole pot from a handy Greek MIL then you may have to do this in three turns (I.e.30mins). So clearly not viable after even pump.
When I boiled the freemie a white residue was left of the plastic, after a bit of googling, I think this was limescale as we are in a particularly hard water area. I didn't want to feed the babies limescale, so washed off the residue and re-boiled a couple of times - a bit of a palaver.
I'm a bit uncomfortable not sterilising each use, I'm rinsing in a kettle full of boiling water each time.
Overall, I'm grateful for the freedom and I would recommend the freemie.
1. All parts have to be completly dry for the suction to work.
2. Everything has to be lined up perfectly or it wont draw any milk out. I had a few instances where i had no milk after 30mins pump because some part was just slightly off (and its very easy for this to happen because the plastic is not very clear)
3. It wont increase your milk supply and can potentially decrease it because of the way the suction works and it doesnt have a "let down" mode.
4. You cannot see if any milk is coming out because the plastic is not very clear
5. Its very easy to spill milk when pouring because of the hole on top is too small
6. You really have to push the tubing in otherwise it wont suck anything
And its quite expensive for a few pieces of plastic. Returning to my bella baby pump.