Product Review: Evenflo’s Advanced Double Electric Breast Pump

It’s hard to believe that my little bundle of joy is already over a month old!

While these past few weeks have been nothing short of amazing, I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that in the very beginning breastfeeding made them challenging too. Luckily, I had support and a good pump.

EvenFlo’s new Advanced Double Electric Breast Pump was a godsend during those sleepless nights when I contemplated giving up breastfeeding all together. The ease of being able to express milk pain-free allowed me to bottle-feed my son when I couldn’t do it directly. The compact and virtually quiet design made pumping a breeze when it was just too painful (due to improper latches) to nurse him or to simply freeze and stockpile.

Unlike some other brands (I’ve used a couple others with my firstborn), this pump is more affordable and just as effective. With several levels of speed and suction, you can pump effectively depending on the desired setting. And, it’s also one of the few pumps that has closed system, which keeps it sanitary and prevents bacteria from creeping into milk. Plus, it comes with three flange sizes for a more customized and comfortable fit.

Now that I’ve finally mastered nursing my newborn, I don’t use the pump as much as I did during the first days. That said, I do use it occasionally while nursing since it can be used as a single pump. But, I’ll definitely use it a lot more once I go back to work full-time. Again, its compact size makes it easy for toting and traveling.

If you or someone you know is expecting and looking for a quality breast pump that won’t break the bank, this is an excellent choice!

Evenflo-Breast-PumpEvenflo Advanced Double Electric Breast Pump available here, $99

If you’re a mom, did breastfeeding come easily for you or did you have a difficult time?


  1. Congrats on the new baby. I didn’t have a hard time nursing. I pumped and nursed for 2.5 years. I actually just finished. I used the Medela Pump In Stlye Advance, and was satisfied with it. Price didn’t bother me too much since I was able to write it off on my taxes.

    I like that the evenflo one comes with different sized flanges. I’d have to check it out the next time.

  2. I had the Madela and was happy with. Surprisingly when we were left alone that’s when latching was easier, the lactation specialist really did try tho. Good luck I like the variety of this pump too

    • Brown Girl Gumbo says:

      That’s very interesting that the nursing improved once you guys were alone. I used a Medela one too. The thing I didn’t like was that it was connected to a bag. This one works just as well for half the price.

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