PumpEase is a bustier style, hands-free pumping bra. It’s designed to hold your electric single or double breast pump in place so you can use your hands for other activities.
PumpEase is a bustier made from a polyester/spandex mix (there’s also an organic cotton option) and comes in a variety of prints including fun dots & a leopard print.
The PumpEase hands-free pumping bra accommodates all brands & styles of breast pumps, comes in 4 sizes, S, M, L & XL and will accommodate bra sizes to 22H.
PRICE: $49.95 +
AVAILABILTY: Pumpease online
WE LOVE …
- hands free milk expression
- accommodates every breast pump brand available
- easy to use bustier style
- 4 sizes accommodates everyone
IN USE …
PumpEase pumping bustiers are designed for ease of use, simply wrap around your bust, fasten at the front, insert the breast cups of your pump through the openings & pop them into position.
The PumpEase goes over your breastfeeding bra or singlet which means you don’t have to undress to put it on. It also means the PumpEase is easy to use at the office or when you are out. Or you can wear the PumpEase on its own.
I teamed my PumpEase with a Spectra S2 double breast pump. The PumpEase held the breast cups comfortably & firmly even as the bottles got fuller. It’s so much more comfortable to express milk using the PumpEase, especially if you are double pumping. You don’t get the fatigue of having to hold the pump in place (I only pump for 15 minutes, I can’t imagine how mums who pump for longer can actually do it). Plus I can sit & watch the telly or fiddle with my phone. With a cushion on my lap I can even go on the computer to access my emails.
The polyester/spandex fabric of the PumpEase is similar to swim suit fabric, so it’s stretchy & soft next to your skin. When you are finished, your Pump-Ease bra goes straight into the wash & dries quickly in the sun. However, it’s best to avoid popping your PumpEase bra in the drier because the heat will break down the spandex over time & your bra may become saggy.
CONSIDER THIS …
The best way to ‘disassemble’ yourself after pumping using the PumpEase is to gently remove the breast cup & bottle from the bustier before you remove it. Don’t do this in a hurry or distracted, because this is one bottle of spilt milk you’re going to cry over.
Remember, your breast size will decrease as you pump so, if you on the cusp of sizes, you might want to go down rather than up to ensure your bra holds your pump in place comfortably.
If you’re expressing milk regularly, you might want to invest in 2 Pumpease bustiers so you can have one to wear & one in the wash.
PumpEase makes it a little less arduous by freeing up your hands so you can make the most of this quiet time.
For more information on colours and sizing visit www.pumpease.com.au