Spectra Baby Usa S2 Review

By September 27, 2016Baby and Toddler
Spectra Baby USA S2 Double/Single Breast Pump, 3.3 Pound
Price: $116.59
10 new from $116.590 used
  • INCLUDES: Spectra S2 Hospital Grade Double/Single Breast Pump, 12 Volt AC Power Adapter, Detachable Power Cord Prong, (2) Spectra Wide Neck Bottle, (2) Spectra Backflow Protector, (2) Spectra Duckbill Valve, (2) Spectra Tubing, (4) Flange (2-24mm & 2-28mm)
  • CLOSED SYSTEM: No need to clean the narrow tubing because Spectra S2 has a closed pumping system that keeps tubing dry by preventing air flow between expressed milk and pump tubing while pumping. This aides in protecting breast milk and baby from bacteria, mold and viruses while pumping.
  • CUSTOMIZABLE SETTINGS: Each mother can customize her pump's settings to her own body's response and follow her flow to find her own best settings with the S2's completely adjustable suction and 2 phase cycling in let-down and expression mode.
  • BPA/DEHP FREE: All of Spectra Baby USA storage containers and parts that come in contact with breast milk are BPA/DEHP free.
  • MOMMY OWNED: Spectra Baby USA is owned and run by Registered Nurses, Board Certified Lactation Consultants, and more importantly... by MOMS.
Quieter: This device utilizes super quiet operation. A Letdown mode feature automatically reduces the pumps power to simulate your babies use.
Hygienic: A physical barrier has been placed between the motor and milk. This reduces the chance of any bacteria build-up.
Double Pumping: This products design allows you to pump both breasts simultaneously. This can reduce the time you need to pump breast milk.
Lcd: A large easy to read LCD allows you to monitor your progress. This display makes it easy to choose between settings and functions.
Filters: The filters that connect the flanges to the pump should have been made tighter. This can cause the filter to slip out of the flange.

Melinda F.

About Melinda F.

Melinda F. has been passionate about children and education since her college days. While nannying to pay off her loans, she realized that caring for kids would one day be her life’s work. As a mom and teacher, she blogs about her experiences during her few hours of free time.