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Medela Pump In Style Advanced Breast Pump With Tote $107 + Free shipping

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Amazon has the Medela Pump in Style Advanced Breast Pump with Tote, Double Electric Breastpump, Portable Battery Pack, Adjustable Speed and Vacuum, International Adaptor marked down to only $107 + Free shipping (dropped from $179)!

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  • ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY FOR SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE: Thanks to its patented and research-based 2-Phase Expression Technology, mothers can produce more milk in less time; this breastpump was made for optimal efficiency and maximized flow
  • CUSTOMIZABLE SETTINGS AND ACCESSORIES: Single knob adjustable speed and vacuum with one touch letdown button; Set of 24mm/medium size flanges allow moms to enhance their pumping experience, based on what's most effective and comfortable
  • EASY PORTABILITY: Built in to its discreet tote bag and equipped with a portable battery pack and removable cooler bag holds everything for convenient double pumping wherever and whenever needed whether at home, on the go, at work, or while traveling
  • OVERFLOW PROTECTION: Closed system at the motor, which prevents milk from entering the motor. 120 VAC, 60 Hz transformer
  • INCLUDES: Built-in breastpump in tote; Battery pack; Cooler bag and ice pack; (4) 5-oz. 150 mL bottles with lids; Double pumping kit: 1 set of 24mm flanges, 2 connectors, 2 valves and membranes, 1 set of tubing; Power Adaptor dual-voltage 110/240V
  • Founded in 1961, Medela has long been recognized as an expert advocate of breastfeeding through its development of innovative, research-based breastpump technology. As a result, is the #1 breast pump brand in America and the most recommended by doctors, chosen first by moms, and used most in hospitals*
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This was my wife's preferred pump - I recall paying a few times this $$ 11 years ago. You can get free pumps now, but they will be the very basic types. Over the years we've had 3 pumps - the In Style and a couple smaller units that you'd get from a hospital for free. The only difference really seems to be the package - hoses, diaphragms and of course bottles, are all interchangeable. The basic pumps are just the pump in a small box/bag type thing which can also carry the associated hoses and that's it. This unit, as far as I can tell, is the same exact pump but built into a bag that looks more like a purse and of course has storage on top. The only thing really separating this from taking any old purse/bag and putting a pump in it is that this one has a zip flap that comes down to reveal the controls/hookups.
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This was my wife's preferred pump - I recall paying a few times this $$ 11 years ago. You can get free pumps now, but they will be the very basic types. Over the years we've had 3 pumps - the In Style and a couple smaller units that you'd get from a hospital for free. The only difference really seems to be the package - hoses, diaphragms and of course bottles, are all interchangeable. The basic pumps are just the pump in a small box/bag type thing which can also carry the associated hoses and that's it. This unit, as far as I can tell, is the same exact pump but built into a bag that looks more like a purse and of course has storage on top. The only thing really separating this from taking any old purse/bag and putting a pump in it is that this one has a zip flap that comes down to reveal the controls/hookups.
Wow, you are good remembering a purchase you made 11 years ago!
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Insurance cover all breast pump for no charge
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Wow, you are good remembering a purchase you made 11 years ago!
Well I bought it via Craigslist and my wife still used it up through our twins last year. The 3 pumps we have - one is the In Style pump, a second was from when the twins were born and the third was free from a local group - why need 3 pumps? So you don't have to haul them around - she kept one @ work, one in the car and one at home.
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Insurance cover all breast pump for no charge
Well you get A pump for free, it won't be this one. As I said, the pumps they give at the hospital are a small box/bag type container that holds the pump and some space for the tubing, that's it.

This unit has the pump body built into the bottom of the bag itself, with a zip down access panel. Otherwise it looks just like any other purse, and has storage on top. [and yes the pump unit comes out for cleaning - it's velcroed in]
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This was my wife's preferred pump - I recall paying a few times this $$ 11 years ago. You can get free pumps now, but they will be the very basic types. Over the years we've had 3 pumps - the In Style and a couple smaller units that you'd get from a hospital for free. The only difference really seems to be the package - hoses, diaphragms and of course bottles, are all interchangeable. The basic pumps are just the pump in a small box/bag type thing which can also carry the associated hoses and that's it. This unit, as far as I can tell, is the same exact pump but built into a bag that looks more like a purse and of course has storage on top. The only thing really separating this from taking any old purse/bag and putting a pump in it is that this one has a zip flap that comes down to reveal the controls/hookups.
The free insurance pumps being basic is not true in our case. If you shop around between your insurance providers DME and companies like aeroflow and edgepark, you can often get some higher tier models either for free or for a small upgrade fee.

It takes some research and it really shouldn't be so complicated but it is doable with some effort.

We got the lansinoh smart pump 2.0 for free through insurance even though it was not through our in network DME. We had the option of getting a free spectra and some medela options as well.
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Well you get A pump for free, it won't be this one. As I said, the pumps they give at the hospital are a small box/bag type container that holds the pump and some space for the tubing, that's it.

This unit has the pump body built into the bottom of the bag itself, with a zip down access panel. Otherwise it looks just like any other purse, and has storage on top. [and yes the pump unit comes out for cleaning - it's velcroed in]
False statement. I got the same exact one just without the tote. Depend on what insurance you have
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The free insurance pumps being basic is not true in our case. If you shop around between your insurance providers DME and companies like aeroflow and edgepark, you can often get some higher tier models either for free or for a small upgrade fee.

It takes some research and it really shouldn't be so complicated but it is doable with some effort.

We got the lansinoh smart pump 2.0 for free through insurance even though it was not through our in network DME. We had the option of getting a free spectra and some medela options as well.
Agreed. Depending on how you shop
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False statement. I got the same exact one just without the tote. Depend on what insurance you have
*without tote* is not the SAME, exactly as I stated above. The pump BODY might be similar or even the same but it's not THIS PRODUCT.

In short, while pumps are free, don't expect this model to be free, which is what I originally said.
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Jesus Christ, you are one of those person.
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*without tote* is not the SAME, exactly as I stated above. The pump BODY might be similar or even the same but it's not THIS PRODUCT.

In short, while pumps are free, don't expect this model to be free, which is what I originally said.

Jesus Christ, you are one of those person.
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Well you get A pump for free, it won't be this one. As I said, the pumps they give at the hospital are a small box/bag type container that holds the pump and some space for the tubing, that's it.

This unit has the pump body built into the bottom of the bag itself, with a zip down access panel. Otherwise it looks just like any other purse, and has storage on top. [and yes the pump unit comes out for cleaning - it's velcroed in]
This is literally the free pump I got from insurance after giving birth this summer. The hospital doesn't provide the pump -- Obamacare requires that insurance cover breastfeeding equipment, so this is likely something that has changed since your experience buying this 11 years ago.
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Hadoukennn nom nom nom !!
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This is literally the free pump I got from insurance after giving birth this summer. The hospital doesn't provide the pump -- Obamacare requires that insurance cover breastfeeding equipment, so this is likely something that has changed since your experience buying this 11 years ago.
The guy is insane. I literally ordered the same exact model from my health insurance and he is still arguing me with me about his own purchase 11 years ago.
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