Our 5 Favorite New Breast Pumps

Reach your breast-milk #goals with these best-in-class choices.

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Medela

Jeffrey Westbrook

Medela

Invest in the Pump In Style Advanced On-the-Go Tote Solution Set and you get a double electric pump, stylish travel bag, and cold pack— the works! $360.

Tip: If you only pump once a day, do it when you first wake up. That’s when you’ll produce the most milk.

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Lansinoh

Jeffrey Westbrook

Lansinoh

The Smartpump Double Electric Breast Pump sends pumping info to its app via Bluetooth. Log diaper changes and naps, too, and all Baby’s deets will be in one place. $200.

Tip: If you’re at work, schedule yourself 20 minutes to pump and clean parts afterward.

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Philips Avent

Jeffrey Westbrook

Philips Avent

The Comfort Manual Breast Pump is good for sticky situations like when you leave your electric at home (gah!) or are attending an event. $45.

Tip: Research shows that pump parts should ideally be cleaned (don’t hate us!) after each use to avoid spreading infection to Baby. 

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Spectra

Jeffrey Westbrook

Spectra

Users praise the S2 Plus Electric Breast Pump for being sooo quiet. You can use this hospital-grade pump as a double or, if you’d rather, as a single pump. $170.

Tip: Let pump parts air-dry on a paper towel. Wiping them down with a dish towel could bring on germs.

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Nuk

Jeffrey Westbrook

Nuk

Once you find your favorite strength setting, this brand’s Double Electric Breast Pump saves it for you. It comes with two of the brand’s popular bottles. $150.

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