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With so many types of breast pumps available, choosing the best one for you can be often be overwhelming. While breastfeeding provides a way to connect with the newest member of your family (and also provides nutrition to your newborn), it’s not for everyone. It all depends on your lifestyle, personal preference and your little one.
But if you do breastfeed, pumping is often helpful for the times you’re away from your little one, your partner wants to help with feedings or your milk supply is running low.
If you are beginning your search for a breast pump that will work with an active, on-the-go lifestyle, the Willow Wearable Breast Pump is one of the most efficient and most discreet.
The all-in-one pump is ideal for hands-free pumping. It sits snugly in your bra without any external dangling cords or tubes. Plus, the best part is, right now as part of our exclusive offers for parents, you can score 10 percent off the Willow Pump Generation 3 with code ITKWILLOW10.
Willow Wearable Breast Pump Generation 3, $450 with code ITKWILLOW10 (Orig. $499.99)
Willow’s patented technology ensures the pump responds to your body while also maintaining similar suction to a baby. As you pump anywhere (literally) and in any position (yes, you can also pump while lying down), the milk flows into a self-sealing and spill-proof disposable storage bag or a reusable container. (Don’t worry, Willow sells both). The Willow Pump Generation 3 kit comes with 24 storage bags. And when you run out, you can order a pack of 48.
Thanks to a rechargeable battery that lasts up to five pumping sessions per day, you can pump untethered while working, running errands or even while doing yoga. With the pump’s corresponding smartphone app, you can track milk volume in real time, view pumping history and receive personalized pumping tips. And with seven levels of suction, you can ensure the Willow is getting the most milk possible.
With more than 300 five-star reviews, it’s clear the Willow pump is a helpful pumping accessory for busy moms.
“As a mom of three, I was having a hard time finding time to sit down and pump with my hospital-grade pump,” one reviewer said. “Enter Willow! Now I can easily pump on-the-go and build up my supply for when I return to work. I also feel like I am pumping more milk than I was with my hospital-grade pump. I would highly recommend getting a Willow pump!”
But before you checkout, don’t forget to see if your health insurance will cover the cost of a Willow Pump. Willow has a comprehensive guide to seeing if your insurance might cover some or all of the pump’s cost. But the easiest way to check is to contact your provider to get more details about your plan and coverage.
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