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Breast Pumps: Ratings of Sources

Total of 10 Sources
1. BabyCenter.com
2012
Top 15 Baby Products of the Year: Editors' Picks
by Editors of BabyCenter.com
Our AssessmentBabyCenter editors team up with baby gear guru Jamie Grayson, factor in their own experience as parents and survey more than 2,000 readers about essential baby products. They also pore over hundreds of parent reviews from their blog and across the Internet to choose the best baby products of 2012.The Hygeia EnJoye LBI is named the top breast pump.
2. BabyCenter.com
2012
Top 15 Baby Products of the Year: Moms' Picks
by Editors of BabyCenter.com
Our AssessmentMore than 2,000 readers give their input on the top 15 "moms' picks" in the 2012 BabyCenter Product Awards, based on durability, value for the money, ease of use and looks. The Medela Pump In Style Advanced is named the top breast pump.
3. BabyCenter.com
2012
The Best Breast Pumps
by Editors of BabyCenter.com
Our AssessmentSix breast pumps are finalists in the 2012 BabyCenter Product Awards as chosen by editors, baby guru Jamie Grayson and more than 2,000 readers. Each gets a short review that includes the reasons it made the final cut. Only two are top picks, but the runners-up get good marks, as well.
4. Which? magazine
Not dated
Breast Pump Reviews
by Editors of Which?
Our AssessmentWhich? is a British magazine that tests and reviews products. Editors evaluate seven breast pumps and name three of them best buys, based on scores in expert and parent testing. Ratings and testing are explained in detail, and the site includes information on how to buy a breast pump. However, no review is newer than 2010 and several best buys have been discontinued.
5. Baby Bargains
Ninth edition
Chapter 6: Feeding Baby
by Denise and Alan Fields
Our Assessment"Baby Bargains" provides comprehensive reviews of baby gear and common baby brands, including a number of popular breast pumps. The authors list pros and cons that consider cost, ease of use and performance, and give each breast pump a letter grade. There's also a roundup of recommended models.
6. Amazon.com
As of April 2013
"Breast Pumps"
by Contributors to Amazon.com
Our AssessmentBreast pumps get hundreds of user reviews at Amazon.com, with customers giving detailed feedback on the pros and cons of each model. This is a particularly good source for determining how a breast pump fares in real-world situations and over the long term. The Medela Pump In Style is one of the highest rated electric pumps here, and the Lansinoh Manual is the most highly rated manual pump.
7. Babies 'R' Us
As of April 2013
Breast Pumps
by Contributors to BabiesRUs.com
Our AssessmentManual and electric breast pumps come up as separate product categories at this retail site, and most get hundreds of detailed user reviews. This customer feedback is helpful for determining how a breast pump functions in real-life situations and with long-term use. The Medela Pump In Style is among the best-reviewed electric pumps while the Medela Harmony does well in the manual pump category. ToysRUs.com redirects to BabiesRUs.com.
8. Walmart.com
As of April 2013
Breast Pumps
by Contributors to Walmart.com
Our AssessmentThere aren't as many reviews of breast pumps here as there are at Amazon.com or at online retailers who specialize in baby-specific products, but it's a good source of feedback on budget models. Posts tend to be thorough and list pros and cons of each pump. The Lansinoh Manual is one of the highest rated pumps on this site.
9. TheWiseBaby.com
July 31, 2012
Breast Pump Review
by "Lindsey"
Our AssessmentThis blogger and mom writes occasional reviews and roundups. This post based on personal experience -- a combination of product review and breast pump overview -- is thorough and informative, and includes pros and cons. However, she evaluates only a few models.
10. TheBump.com
Not dated
7 Best Breast Pumps
by Editors of TheBump.com
Our AssessmentIn this roundup, editors pick the seven best breast pumps in several categories. The reviews are very short and don't note any cons. There's also no mention of testing, so the criteria used to choose the pumps aren't clear.

Breast Pumps Runners Up:

Ameda Purely Yours *Est. $160

3 picks including: Amazon.com, BabyCenter.com…

Medela Freestyle *Est. $320

3 picks including: Amazon.com, BabyCenter.com…

Lansinoh Affinity Double Electric *Est. $120

2 picks including: Amazon.com, BabyCenter.com…

Lansinoh Manual *Est. $30

1 pick including: Amazon.com, Walmart.com…

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Ameda Purely Yours Breast Pump
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New: $225.00 $70.99   
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Medela Freestyle Breast Pump
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from Amazon.com
New: $379.99 $298.99   
In Stock.
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Lansinoh Affinity Double Electric Breast Pump
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from Amazon.com
New: $129.99   
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Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump
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from Amazon.com
New: $34.99 $21.00   
In Stock.
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