Breast Pumps & Bottles

7 Best Breast Pumps For Every Kind Of Mom

A breast pump isn't just any old piece of new mom gear; it's an investment. And having a good, quality one can make your life a whole lot easier. You might even breastfeed longer because you picked the perfect pump, which we’ve found for every mom and budget.

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Best Pump for Working Moms

This Medela double-electric pump is portable and efficient, so it’s perfect for everyday use. Go for the Metro Bag version. The pump can be taken out of the bag, giving you more options for how to carry it and where to pump. $295,


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Best Affordable Double-Electric Pump

Don’t want to spend $300 on a pump, but need a double-electric? The Lansinoh Affinity has a lower price tag with the same bells and whistles as higher-priced models — including the option to plug it in or use batteries, and adjustable speed and suction settings. Plus, it has flexible flanges for better comfort while pumping. $140,


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Most Convenient Breast Pump

The Philips Avent Comfort Breast Pump is small and light, has fewer parts for easy cleaning, and the neck was designed at the right angle for sitting and pumping comfortably. The bottles and nipples that come with it are shaped more like mom to help baby easily switch back and forth from breast to bottle – you can pump right into them. $199,

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Most Comfortable Breast Pump

Worried about pain or discomfort? The Dr. Brown's Double Electric is the pump for you — it's all about making the pumping experience feel more natural. It has soft breast cups that actually move to mimic baby’s tongue motions (a little weird, but cool, huh?) and help encourage let-down. Plus, its “Simplisse” technology doesn’t tug or pinch as much as some other pumps. $250,


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Best Manual Breast Pump

If you’re just planning on pumping a bottle for baby once in a while, all you need is a manual pump. The best-selling Harmony Breast Pump by Medela works to produce more milk in less time with “2-Phase Expression” technology, mimicking the fast beginning and slower progression of breastfeeding.  $30,


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Best Hospital-Grade Breast Pump

If you need a high-quality pump (maybe to increase your milk supply, or if you’re exclusively pumping or have multiples) and you don’t need to tote it back and forth to work, consider a hospital-grade breast pump. The super-efficient Ameda Elite is lightweight, quiet and works with any Ameda HygieniKit MilkCollection Systems. Rent it for as low as $40 per month from


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Most Portable Breast Pump

The new Freemie Freedom breast pump is hands-free and even lets you pump with your shirt on. Sound impossible? Believe it: you just slide the cups under your bra, connect it to the pump and do your thing. Invented by an ER doctor, the Freemie cups are compatible with the Freemie-brand pump, Medela, Philips AVENT and Ameda. $200,

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By Anisa Arsenault