Insurance-Covered Breast Pumps We Love
Here are our favorite breast pumps to meet every mother’s needs
As a new mom, there are a million things on your plate. That’s why we’re here to help! We are real moms looking to help all moms find success with breastfeeding, and we know that there isn’t a one-pump-fits-all solution. It is important to know yourself, your pumping goals and your lifestyle. To help narrow down your search, we put together a list of some of our favorite breast pumps so you can find your new pumping session companion. Read on to learn more.
Why we love it: It’s super powerful, quiet and customizable
The Spectra S1 is a favorite among breastfeeding moms. It’s perfect for busy moms on the go looking for a quiet, customized pumping experience. This hospital-grade pump has adjustable suction levels, a massage mode that simulates natural suckling and includes a night light and timer for all those late-night pumping sessions. With its rechargeable internal battery, the Spectra S1 is there for you when you need to pump—even if you’re not near an outlet (because who can plan everything?).
Learn more about the Spectra S1.
Why we love it: It’s small, lightweight and packs a punch
We love this pump for many reasons, but its most noticeable benefit is its extreme portability. The Ameda Mya is compact enough to fit in the palm of your hand (really!) and comes in at a minuscule half pound. But it doesn’t sacrifice its power for size. The Ameda Mya is hospital strength and includes an internal rechargeable battery that lasts for two hours between charges. It’s great for bringing along with you to work, running errands or while having a night out. It’s one of the easiest pumps to take with you on the go!
Learn more about the Ameda Mya.
Why we love it: It’s reliable and easy-to-use
If you’re new to breastfeeding and looking for an easy-to-use, reliable pump to start with, the Medela Pump In Style Advanced Starter Set is the way to go. This pump features a one-touch let-down button, which aids in allowing you to produce more milk in less time. It also has an adjustable speed and vacuum control for moms to personalize their breastfeeding time. While the Medela In Style Advanced Starter Set still requires an outlet for pumping sessions, it also includes a small carrying case making it ready to pack up and go if you need to bring it on your next errand.
Learn more about the Medela Pump In Style Advanced Starter Set.
Why we love it: It’s Bluetooth enabled and customizable
Are you the type of person who enjoys keeping track of your life on your phone? If so, the Lansinoh Smartpump™ might be the perfect pump for you! This innovative pump can help you track your pumping sessions and baby’s activities by connecting via Bluetooth to the Lansinoh Baby App. This pump also has three customizable pumping styles that mimic baby’s natural feeding pattern and comes with Lansinoh wide-neck bottles that make milk transfer easier and are compatible with the Lansinoh NaturalWave Nipple—streamlining the pump, storage, and feeding process by using the same bottle.
Learn more about the Lansinoh Smartpump™ Double Electric Breast Pump.
Why we love it: It’s wearable and silent
Looking for a pump that’s small, lightweight and cordless? The hands-free Elvie breast pump helps multitasking moms make pumping work with their schedules. Because it fits inside your bra and is ultra-quiet, it’s a smart choice for both on-the-go and working moms—you can use it discreetly at your desk or as you’re running errands. The Elvie has only 5 parts, which makes cleaning a breeze for busy supermoms, like you! Another plus: By connecting to the free Elvie pump app, you can monitor your milk volume as you pump, track history for each breast and remotely operate the pump itself. It also pauses when the bottle is full.
Learn more about the Elvie.
We carry all of our favorite breast pumps (and more!) at The Lactation Network. If you’d like more information on picking the right breast pump for your lifestyle, take our breast pump quiz! Click here to check your insurance coverage and pick the right pump for you and your baby.