- HANDS-FREE BREAST PUMP BRA - Impeccable design, maximum comfort, and the freedom for you to work on tasks or simply relax while pumping.
- FULLY ADJUSTABLE - Comes with a convenient 10" adjustable velcro back panel to ensure a perfect fit as your body goes through natural changes during nursing.
- WORKS WITH ALL MAJOR BRANDS - Including Medela, Philips AVENT, Lansinoh, Bellababy, Evenflo, and Spectra Baby.
- CUSTOMIZABLE & CONVENIENT - This bustier style, hands-free breast pump bra has a zip-in center panel in the front that allows for 1" of side-to-side movement for proper positioning of pump flanges.
BABY! When I tell you I am built like a silverback gorilla right now and this thang fit perfectly, I aint lyin and if I'm lying I'm flyin. I am currently 36 weeks pregnant and pre pregnancy I was a 42 H but now I cant fit any of my of old bras so I'm not sure what my bra size is currently but if you are a bigger woman, this is the product for you. I was skeptical because I bought another one just like this one off of and it was supposed to fit my wide back a** and once I got it, chile not even my thigh could fit in it so I took a chance on getting this and worse thing that could happen was that it wouldn't fit and I'd have to go to the store and get one but I am so happy I don't have to now. Now the band could be a little wider for me and my fellow long titty sisters but still pretty amazing. So if you wide and all out the sides , girl get this one. It is super adjustable and actually made for a real plus sized woman.
Used this for my first pumping session after delivery. Discreet in design and material is very soft and comfortable with some stretch. Velcro backing allows for generous size adjustment (see photos). Includes matierial zip-insert for front to allow for greater spacing between flanges, if needed. Also includes removable straps. I didn't use insert no straps (measure a 34/DD) and spacing shown in photos is how I wore it. I like that the flange is held in place by two pieces of material; one vertical slit and one horizontal slit (see photos). This created a sturdy and firm hold for the bottles; especially as they filled with milk. I pumped 5 oz on each without any drooping or sagging. I also like that I can get easy access to message ducts with the zipper, but it doesn't become easily unzipped. I dont know if the zipper resistance will change with more use over time. Very happy with product and excited to try over a wired bursing bra when i return to work.
A total lifesaver! I use it with a Spectra S2, and it works great. Although the bra itself is made of a thick, stretchy material that seems long-lasting, I’m not so sure about the durability of the adjustable Velcro strip - the fibers seem to fray every time you stick/unstick it. As a workaround, I made a one-time adjustment as to how I wanted the bra to fit me, and just use the front zipper to wear/take it off everytime I need to use it. I have not needed to use the shoulder straps yet - it does a good job of holding the bottles in place even without it. I put the bra into a mesh laundry bag when I need to machine-wash it. So far, it’s holding up fine. Do note that this is not an everyday bra, but does work great for breastpumping. Just needs to be delicately handled though, since most users have had issues with the Velcro ripping or wearing away. Also, at 40 dollars, it is expensive, especially if it won’t last long, I’ll still give it 5-stars just because it makes my life so easy.
I haven't had the best luck with finding a nursing bra. I tried the Medela for a day, it wasn't comfortable and the zipper broke after 2 uses. Then I did the whole home hack and cut holes in my sports bra. I used that for 6 months. Then after being back at work a few months and getting tired of having to remove my shirt and bra every time I decided I needed a better way. Having the bad experience with the Medela one turned me off to buying a pumping bra, but I'm SUPER glad I gave this one a chance. I'll elaborate on what makes this better than the Medela and why I am in love with it (I'm uploading a few pics that help).The positives:-Perfect fit: This is what makes this the best bra out there. The other positives are just bonus. This had a few different features that will help almost anyone get a great fit. First, the back panel of the bra has a Velcro panel, so you can make it tighter or looser to fit perfect. I am a 36D right now, I ended up moving the sides in about an inch on each side and it fits perfect! There's also a small cloth section with a zipper on each side that you can zip into the middle. This will spread the nipple holes a little wider if your breasts are further apart. I didn't use this section, but I can imagine it would be helpful for some. With the Medela pumping bra there is no areas you can adjust. According to their sizing chart I was at the top end of a medium. I wondered if I should buy the large, but I figured I'd go with what their size chart said. It was a horrible fit! Medela has 6 different sizes! It's very hard to find the right size without going and trying them on.-Flange holes: The cloth holding the flanges in place has vertical and horizontal sections. They stay in place very well. There's absolutely no slipping. I can also squeeze my one piece Medela flange through the hole, which I couldn't with the Medela pumping bra. The Medeal bra has a small circular hole, which isn't nearly as great of a design.-Straps: This bra has optional straps. I haven't put them on yet, but I think I will. I would like having the little added support.-Reversible: This bra can be used with the zipper either going down to up, or up to down. There are bra strap clips on the top and bottom. I like wearing it with the zipper going from the bottom up because it's easiest to do since I'm used that. But, the package says if you want to use manual pressure to get more milk out, you do the zipper reversed, unzip it a little way and then you can compress your breasts to get extra milk out.-Material: This is extremely soft and comfortable!The negatives:-NONE!!! Well, I guess price can be considered a negative. But, with how much money that I would spend on formula, spending a few bucks extra on a good bra is worth it.Let me start off by addressing something I read in a review. With my bra received a coupon to buy a 2nd bra for half off (plus $5 shipping) if I wrote a review. There was nothing saying it had to be a positive review. It would cost me about $24 for a second one (if I remember right). I chose not to buy another because I don't feel like I need 2 of them. But someone had said they would get a free one if they wrote a positive review. Maybe that was the case and now it's changed, I don't know. But, I'm writing a good review because it's a good product, not because I get a free bra.Next, it took me a few tries to figure out how to get the bra and parts on and in the right spot. I had problems with my sports bra method with getting the breast shield directly over my nipple (I know it's almost TMI, but we're all breastfeeding moms, right?). With this one I tried a few methods. I've figured out that I like putting the bra on and zipping it up half way. Then I stick the skinny part of the breast shield through the hole on the inside and then center it over where it needs to go. Then I do the other side, center it over. Then I zip it up the rest of the way. I've always had great placement this way. This method doesn't work for my all-in-one breastpump supplies, but I don't use those quite as much.Overall, if you are going to be pumping, whether it's a little or a lot, I recommend this! I can now wear my nursing bra, unhook it, put this pumping bra on top and then when I'm done I unhook and I'm good to go. This saves me a massive amount of time!