Lansinoh 2-in-1 Double Electric Breast Pump Review

Overview – Lansinoh 2-in-1 Pump

The Lansinoh 2 in 1 Double Electric Breast Pump is an electric single and double breast milk pump for mothers of newborn babies. It can be powered by mains or via a battery pack adapter. This product has a number of excellent features. To start, it boasts relatively low noise levels, although it can be a bit noisy on certain surfaces. It boasts adjustable settings and features two different breast cup sizes to suit most mothers.

Comfort First

The Lansinoh 2 in 1 Double Electric Breast Pump is known for being particularly comfortable. This pump features breast cushions in multiple sizes that are designed to fit most women. There are a number of different suction speed options as well, which one will not find in many high-end breast pumps. The speed options can be easily changed so that users can find a speed that is the most comfortable and helps with sensitivity.

This product was amazing! It is a double pump so you can pump from both breasts at the same time and it was easy to assemble. The two different speeds made it a realistic simulation of baby feeding, so I found it was very effective.” – Fiona Kershaw

Ease of Use

During testing, we found the pump to be super-quick and easy to assemble which was a nice change to some of the breast pumps we have recently reviewed, but it didn’t stop there.

This double pump is seriously easy to use, and its a great alternative to manual breast pumps and just in-case you fancy reading through the entire instruction manual, then you will find a well thought-out document that has been broken down in a way that actually makes sense, which is always nice.

Lansinoh seem to have covered all the important bases then, but there are a couple of areas that are lacking, in particular the noise. The pump may not be entirely practical for mothers that live in small houses or flats, simply because the noise generated is likely to disturb even the most stubborn sleeping fathers, let alone new born babies!

However, this is a small niggle in an otherwise great choice for those needing a mid-range double breast pump, that’s comfortable, doesn’t leak and really delivers on what it promises.

Best Double Pump for the Money?

There is no question, that this is a solid Double Breast Pump at a fantastic price. Prices change from store to store, but on average are priced at £164.99 – £169.99 which puts it firmly below pumps from Tommee Tippee & Medela respectively.

Verdict: I think you’ll be hard-pushed to find a better pump at a better price.

I am feeding my baby both Breast milk and formula. Pumping is an important part of my day and every drop of breast milk counts. This pump wins hands down. The Medela leaks. This has no way of leaking. This has a timer, the Medela does not. This Lansinoh pump guarantees no milk will enter the tubing and therefore no washing is required, it’s true! I have had to wash the tubing of my Medela pump numerous times. Both have good suction and are comfortable. Both light up. Both are dishwasher-friendly. Both rubbish using batteries. This is cheaper.” — Susan

Pros of the Lansinoh 2 in 1 Double Electric Breast Pump

  • It’s extremely easy to use.
  • It’s an excellent starter alternative to manual breast pumps.
  • It’s very simple and easy to clean thoroughly.
  • The speed of this product is excellent, and most mothers will be able to empty both breasts (or around 180-200ml) in under 20 minutes.
  • The multiple speeds make it easier to mimic baby feeding.
  • Pumping isn’t painful or uncomfortable with this pump.
  • The instruction booklet included with this pump is very thorough and breaks down everything from initial setup to use to proper cleaning.
  • Users have compared this pump to hospital pumps, which are very high quality.
  • This pump does not leak, out-performing even the highest-quality breast pumps on the market.
  • It can be used as a single or double pump.
  • This product is ideal for mothers that need to express milk regularly, as well as mothers who pump semi-regularly and use formula.
  • This product offers a closed pump system, meaning that your breast milk will not leak into the tubing and you will experience the fastest but most comfortable suction possible.
  • The comfort and portability factor is excellent for mothers on the go.
  • Buyers will receive a wide neck bottle that can be used with a wide range of pumps and lids.
  • It is relatively easy to figure out and setup is quite intuitive, though it may take up to half an hour to get it started.
  • The entire kit includes an adapter, though batteries are not included.
  • The bottles stay up, even when all of the possible accessories are plugged into this pump. For those that are particularly nervous, this product also comes with additional bottle stands.
  • Multiple suction speeds are available, which can be excellent for women with breast sensitivity. The amount of suction is sorted into eight different strengths as well.

 

Cons of the Lansinoh 2 in 1 Double Electric Breast Pump

  • It is not hands-free. When using this product, you will need to sit in one place.
  • The volume of the pump can be quite loud and annoying on certain surfaces, especially granite counters. This can be a big issue if you are trying to pump while your baby is asleep, or if you need to pump in the middle of the night.
  • Reviewers have noted that it is a bit difficult to double pump without the assistance of a breastfeeding bra or bra attachment. However, some users have noted that the pump fits well with certain breastfeeding bras.
  • Some users have complained that the suction power of this breast pump begins to wain after regular use over several months.
  • The included storage bottles are a bit small and might not be ideal for all mothers.
  • While the battery adapter is convenient for mothers on the go, this machine sucks up power quite quickly. Some reviewers of this product have noted that after half an hour of pumping, the batteries were dead.
  • There is no strap or mechanism that makes it possible to wear the pump, though it does come with a carrying bag.

 

Conclusion

There are many high-quality breast pumps out there, like the popular Medela Swing Maxi. However, many of these pumps are extremely expensive. The Lansinoh 2 in 1 Double Electric Breast Pump is an excellent inexpensive alternative to top-quality breast pumps on the market.

By far, superior to any other breast pump (& I have used many!). The design is comfortable & leak-free. The ability to replicate the different stages of sucking makes for better milk production. And it is relatively quiet & easy to clean… Also, I suffer from engorgement & have had mastitis & this has been an amazing help.” — Jemma

While it does have some downfalls (such as not being hands-free), this breast pump is durable, easy to clean, easy to use, and quite convenient. The Lansinoh 2 in 1 Double Electric Breast Pump has excellent dual pump functions, as well as ultra-soft pumps with excellent bottle sizes. Despite its occasional noisiness on certain surfaces and its lack of hands-free capabilities, this pump is still an excellent product with the welcomed addition of suction speed settings. This product would be an excellent choice for mothers who have not experienced or used breast pumps before, as well as those who have nursed multiple children.

Lansinoh 2 in 1 Double Electric Breast Pump Review
  • Usability
    9
  • Comfort
    10
  • Cleaning
    9
  • Design
    7
  • Durability
    8
  • Value for Money
    10
The Good

Extremely easy to use.

Very simple and easy to clean thoroughly.

Multiple speeds make it easier to mimic baby feeding

Comfort and portability is excellent for mothers on the go

The Bad

Suction power of this breast pump begins to wain after regular use over several months

The included storage bottles are a bit small and might not be ideal for all mothers

The volume of the pump can be quite loud and annoying on certain surfaces

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Mackenzie

I’m Mackenzie and a proud mum of 2 (Alice & Callum). While doing research into how I could handle becoming a first time mum and juggle my studies, I found there wasn’t a lot of help out there for ‘student mums’. So I thought I’d create a blog to help those who might be struggling to get the support and help they need, while writing about life as an expecting mum, a student mum and life after! You can read more about me here