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Medela Pump in style advanced Backpack $135 Clearance @ Walmart YMMV

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Hey guys. I went looking for the dyson tools at Walmart and could not find any. Well in the clearance isle found a Medela Pump in Style Advance double breast pump Backpack marked $135. Found in Ohio. Good luck and this is great for the new moms, or moms who are expecting who's insurance wont cover it.

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Brickseek link to expedite searching -

http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...u=15388874

Very limited stock around the Atlanta area but the riverdale store shows "limited stock" and an $80 clearance price for anyone that finds that location convenient, might be worth a drop-in.

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so this is for people who don't get enough from feeding in public, but need to pump in public too?
Some more stigma around female nudity is a great idea, keep at it.
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In Stock at $75 near me.
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PSA: Feed babies, not trolls. Thank you.
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is this the best in the market ?
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This will work great on my cat. Thanks!
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That's super slick compared to sticker price when we got ours. Lasted through 3 kids with no problems.

But check with your insurance first to see if they'll just buy you one. This wasn't a thing I ever thought of, but I know a few women from work who said they got free pumps that way.
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Quote from Davan
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Brickseek link to expedite searching -

http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...u=15388874

Very limited stock around the Atlanta area but the riverdale store shows "limited stock" and an $80 clearance price for anyone that finds that location convenient, might be worth a drop-in.



Some more stigma around female nudity is a great idea, keep at it.
In the end women would be whining about this because it will drive their value down. The oldest womens profession would take a major hit if nudity wasnt banned. they will whine either way. Im not sure who cares if a woman brestfeeds anyways, sounds like a made up story by (((the news))) to cause more hatred and division and help whiners whine
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Can I walk around public with these attached to my man boobs?
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Can I walk around public with these attached to my man boobs?
Check with local ordinances, but I'm going to assume yes, outside of Salt Lake City.
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pumps are now a covered medical device for ALL insurances. would it be this nice one? maybe, maybe not, but check with insurance first.
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Does anyone know if Walmart has a special aisle for Clearance stuff? Or will it just sit on the regular shelf? TIA
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is this the best in the market ?
No. Medela Symphony is much better. But also much more expensive.
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pumps are now a covered medical device for ALL insurances. would it be this nice one? maybe, maybe not, but check with insurance first.
Pumps covered with all insurance. When you go try to get one you find out it's a hand pump. Your doctor can write need medical grade or whatever but nope does not work. We had one from a friend and it's 8 years old. So when I found this decided to just get it and great for travel. Wife has the freemie pump that the insurance did cover with our first born. But wife does not like it as much. The novelty of putting the collecting things in the bra and being hands free to do chores is more a novelty.
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Since insurance forces every man to pay for his prenatal and pregnancy care, shouldn't anyone, man or woman, be able to get one for with insurance?
Wonder if you can get one and flip it, since technically you paid for it...

Edit: these work great on hikes, backpack can hold a few granola bars and the suction cups with bands are strong enough to hold on while walking.
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