|Product Dimensions||20.07 x 20.07 x 17.02 cm; 1.5 Kilograms|
|Item Model Number||Spectra S2Plus|
|Batteries||Lithium Metal batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Minimum weight recommendation||5 Pounds|
|Maximum weight recommendation||5 Pounds|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Item Weight||1.5 kg|
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Spectra Baby USA - S2 Plus Premier Electric Breast Pump, Double/Single, Hospital Strength
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|Brand||Spectra Baby USA|
|Size||1 Count (Pack of 1)|
|Item weight||3.3 Pounds|
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- INCLUDES: Spectra S2 Hospital Grade Double/Single Breast Pump, 12 Volt AC Power Adapter, Detachable Power Cord Prong, (2) Spectra Wide Neck Bottle, (2) Spectra Backflow Protector, (2) Spectra Duckbill Valve, (2) Spectra Tubing, (2) 24mm Flange, (2) 28mm Flange
- CLOSED SYSTEM: No need to clean the narrow tubing because Spectra S2 has a closed pumping system that keeps tubing dry by preventing air flow between expressed milk and pump tubing while pumping. This aides in protecting breast milk and baby from bacteria, mold and viruses while pumping.
- CUSTOMIZABLE SETTINGS: Each mother can customize her pump’s settings to her own body’s response and follow her flow to find her own best settings with the S2's completely adjustable suction and 2 phase cycling in let-down and expression mode.
- BPA/DEHP FREE: All of Spectra Baby USA storage containers and parts that come in contact with breast milk are BPA/DEHP free.
- MOMMY OWNED: Spectra Baby USA is owned and run by Registered Nurses, Board Certified Lactation Consultants, and more importantly… by MOMS.
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The Spectra S2 Plus Premier Electric Breast Pump is designed to bring a soothing confidence to every moment of the breastfeeding journey. The S2 is quiet and discreet for soothing pumping. The added night light allows you to easily pump at any hour. This pump conveniently weighs only 2.9lbs. With a maximum suction strength of 250mmHg and the ability to be used as a single or double pump, the S2 will be a great asset in your breastfeeding journey. The S2's completely flexible, touch button, with the S2 pump's digital controls allow you to set the pumping program to the speed and rhythm most effective for your body. The suction is adjustable in both let-down and expression mode. This quiet pump also includes a timer. Ultra-Quiet Motor: Operates at 45 decibels.
Our Founder, Heidi Humphries, insisted on the quietest motor available for the S2 Plus, which when in the “massage mode” simulates the natural suckling of baby. Spectra Baby spent years developing features for the S2 Plus like “backflow protection” to keep your breast milk from harmful bacteria. We thought hard about things like “adjustable suction levels” because it provides a more natural flow of milk.We are moms. We are nurses. We understand.
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As a mother now breastfeeding her 3rd child, I'm am approaching 4 years total of nursing.
In the past, I have always used Medela products. I've struggled on every end of the spectrum from low supply with one child to oversupply with another and a healthy spot on supply now with my 3rd. A good pump makes all the difference in maintaining milk supply - ESPECIALLY if you're a working mother.
I HAD been a loyal Medela PISA user for almost my entire 4 cumulative nursing years - but I am no longer. When I was pregnant with my 3rd I had just started hearing about the speCtra s2 taking the breastfeeding world by storm, but I figured I'd stick with old faithful and I asked my insurance to provide another Medela - hindsight is 20/20 and I wish I'd done more homework then. About 3 months after my daughter was born all I heard about was how amazing the s2 is - from nursing friends, mom groups, breastfeeding groups and even a couple La Leche meetings. When I looked into it the price was half what a PISA is so I figured heck - why not. My husband was apprehensive about buying me yet another breast pump (I've tried SO MANY OTHERS - Lanisoh, Hygeia, Avent, Ameda - none of which I liked or I felt fully emptied my breasts). Now that I have my Spectra I will never go back to Medela or try anything else - let me tell you why:
First and foremost - let's talk about the perks of a closed system pump. I managed to ruin 2 Medela PISA's with my current nursling. In less than 3 months - that gets expensive QUICK. Milk in the tubes and right into the motor, rendering them useless. Let's not forget about trying to keep tubes from molding - not fun. The speCtra s2 perfectly protects from back flow, and the flanges also are designed to make sure milk goes directly into the bottle instead of into the backflow protector. I bought extra tubes initially, but I'm really not sure why because they're not needed, because I'm no longer dealing with those issues thanks to Spectra.
Comfort? This is where it's at. While never having issues in the past, this time around I often felt like my nipples had been put through a garbage disposal after pumping with the PISA - the comfort of the speCtra s2 is unmatched. It feels just like my baby's suckle and I'm no longer wincing in pain during my long pumping sessions. How they can make the suction so strong yet so comfortable is beyond me - but more power to them! Added bonus for comfort: Spectra offers a silicone insert for their flanges!
Speaking of long pumping sessions - those are no more. The speCtra s2 empties me in half the time - and we all know how important time is with little ones running around!
There are a wide variety of suction and speed options, and even a letdown button (you can tailor it to your specific needs) which can switch you back and forth from your desired suction and speed to a quick light sickle to induce letdowns - also customizable. It also kind of "vibrates" while you're pumping so it helps even more to stimulate quick multiple letdowns. Added bonus: it remembers your settings from your previous pumping session and turns back in exactly in the last settings you used.
There was a bit of a learning curve for finding the right settings for myself, but that's because with my PISA I had no choice but "hard and fast" suction and speed, there was no option to change those separately. Gone are those days, thankfully - Spectra tackled this issue as well.
It's SUPER quiet and also comes with a nightlight that has 2 settings so if you're pumping near your baby during a nap or bedtime you don't have to worry about waking baby - plus you won't feel like your pump is trying to "sing you the song of its people"! (Seriously - who HASNT tried to figure out exactly what in the world their pump could be saying with all that noise?) Not with the speCtra, though, just a quiet purr.
The only downfall is the availability of accessories - you have to buy full kits from Spectra instead of just the parts you need, otherwise you have to buy aftermarket - which work ok in my opinion, but I'm OCD and I prefer OEM parts.
Lastly - Spectra Customer Service. They're AMAZING. As far as I am able to tell, customer service is run by breastfeeding mothers - which is what we need! They do great Q&A sessions on Facebook, and they'll happily help you with getting covered by insurance. From what I understand they're expanding this year to reintroduce the s9, and to be more available at local retailers (accessories included).
Bottom line is, this pump in my opinion is worth every penny and then some. Even my husband, who as I said was apprehensive and is what you might call "tight with money" is happy about this purchase. (Happy wife, happy life, right?) Hands down the best pump I've ever used in every department. Look no more, mamas, you've found your pump in speCtra.
But I'm giving the pump 3 stars anyway because it worked well when it was still working. I'm sure I was just one of the unlucky few who received a faulty product, which always happens from time to time!
Wife tried the Philips Avent and Medela and they lack certain things, especially suction power. She was expressing more by hand.
But the Spectra is different. It has the suction power and is the most silent one so far. The S2 we got is really good and tbh, you don't need the S1, as the only difference is that S1 works with batteries as well.
A bit on the larger side but frankly, that's the least of our concerns. And the breast cups (or whatever they're called) are also better than Medela and Philips. Highly recommended. And it's made in Korea. So good quality.
It is very easy to use, it feels clean.. it will save your life a few times if you have a blocked milk duct. I express a few times a day and I live this machine. Now I am looking for a mnaual one as this one is perfect for home (silent, led light, efficient...) but you cannot carry it lightly.
No regret about buying it, would highly recommend but conscious that it is a costly thing to bug before te birth.
J would definitely say buy it because you will need it quickly after the birth but don’t open it until you are sure you can go on the breastfeeding route.