I am decluttering and have found the two pumps I was using when DD was still nursing.
The first is a manual Medela pump; this worked great for me when I was at home and needed to build a modest freezer stash.
The second is an Ameda Double electric pump (model 17070). I used this when I returned to work and needed to pump while away from DD. The double electric was very powerful and sometimes didn't work well for me. The great thing about the Ameda pump is that there is no tubbing to replace (the milk doesn't go through the pump but directly into the bottles).
Please note that both these pumps were gifted to me, so were secondhand when I got them. These aren't brand spanking new but they work efficiently. I have boiled all parts to sterilize, and have included a few Medela bottles and some milk storage bags.
Also, I live in Canada.
Pls PM me if interested.
Have you checked to see if anyone in Montreal needs them? You might want to ask on Eats on Feets Quebec or Montreal Milkshare. There might be a mama who wants to start pumping so she can donate milk, but doesn't have a pump. I was so happy when my mama friend gave me her pump so I can pump and donate to her daughter.
Hope the links work.
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