Monday, March 4, 2013

Evenflo Single Electric Breast Pump Review #BabyExtravaganza @EvenfloBaby

Since I successfully nursed Olivia for 8 months I knew I wanted to nurse this new baby as well.
I like to share the feedings with my husband so I often pump so he can give the babe a bottle.

We were sent the Evenflo Single Electric Breast Pump to review

Introducing the Evenflo Single Electric Breast Pump, a simple way to support breastfeeding for your baby. It’s small, handheld, portable, convenient and diaper-bag ready.
The pump’s flange size accommodates most moms. The sleek design feels good to moms and all components are made without BPA.

The Single pump is the perfect size to stick in the diaper bag when we go out and about. This way I don't need to carry another bag with my double pump. 

Lightweight: portable and super convenient to take anywhere.

Adjustable: Vacuum is adjustable for customized comfort

Comfortable: Soft silicone insert that is removable to accommodate different nipple sizes

Practical: comes with a 5oz bottle to allow for more milk collection

Compact: hand held design for easy use

Proven: includes a sample 2 pack of Evenflo Disposable nursing pads proven to be the most absorbent pads. 

Versatile: Features and AC adaptor so mom can pump on the go using three AA batteries or using an outlet at home.


This pump is not for everyday multiple uses. It's to be used no more than 2 pumping sessions per day. Like I stated previously, this is the perfect pump to take along with you on the go in case the need to pump arises. 

I would recommend the Evenflo Single Electric Breast Pump for those that don't pump too often or want a small pump that fits nicely in your diaper bag. 

The Single Electric Breast Pump retails for $44.99 and can be purchased at a variety of stores such as Babies R Us

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