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Old 10-15-2004, 11:05 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I don't know where to put this so feel free to move my thread...

Have any of you seen these

I want a few!! Don't know that I can afford it right now but I'm constantly wearing my nursing bra and a tank top under my clothes... this would definately cut down on how hot I can get sometimes lol all those layers....

Has anyone here tried them? I found their website on an ad in the LLL magazine that my boss gave me...

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I saw an ad for them lately and really liked the idea! I had no idea how expensive they are until just now, though. Hmm. Still a nifty idea. My only problem would be discreetly tucking my cotton pads into that clingy top! :LOL

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apparently in one of the descriptions it says something about some netting on the inside of the cup just for breastpads

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Target's maternity brand had something very similar for half the price. Might be worth investigating.
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I don't know about Target's version, but I do have one of these. It actually holds the girls up surprisingly well (I'm a F/G/H cup these days). Not something I'd be able to wear out comfortably, but nice for kicking around the house or running to the store.

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I would get one only if the quality is good. I dont buy a lot of clothes so what I get has to last. I with Target is good enough, but it just isnt for me.
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I saw the ad for those in Mothering.

I think they look really great, but I don't know if the price is right.

Motherwear has something similar too that is about half the price. But the one you posted the link to is much more my style.

I'm hoping to get a couple for Christmas!

I'm going to check out the one at Target.

I just looked on the Target website and couldn't find anything but 1 very unappealing looking nursing bra. Anyone know the brand name?

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The Target nursing tanks aren't available on the website, last I looked. The brand name is "In Due Time" and at the Target near me, they're sold with the nursing bras in the lingerie section.

I have two Target tanks and I like them a lot. I did have a Glamourmom top that fell apart the second time I washed it (but to be fair, that was the "old" version; apparently they've improved them).

I think the Target tanks run a bit on the small side: I wear a L or XL in most brands but I need an XXL (I'm a 38F/G).

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unfortunately there aren't any Targets in Canada
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nak

i have 2 glamourmom tanks. nice quality. good fit. comfy.

problem - can't open clasp w/1 hand. i went nuts trying to get it open while ds was bbbing and crying in my arms.
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Motherhood sells something similar too.
http://www.motherhoodnursing.com/Pro...erCategory_Id=
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