Friday, 11 May 2018

Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump Giveaway

I have been lucky enough to have breastfed both of my children. With D I breastfed for 3 months, while I am still breastfeeding Baby S now at almost 11 months. It's an amazing journey to go on. It can also be tiring, especially in the early months when there's not much time between feedings. Using a breast pump to express milk during these long weeks can really take the pressure off and let you relax a little, get that extra hour or two of sleep or just get a long bath alone. We've joined up with Lansinoh to give one lucky reader the chance to win a Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump to celebrate our big blog move. 

Lansinoh know how important a good help and support system is to breastfeeding mothers. With their founder, Resheda Hagen having been a breastfeeding mother herself. I feel they really understand what it can take to breastfeed and what could help make the journey a little easier. The saying 'It takes a village' really resonates with me when it comes to thinking of the support system breastfeeding mothers need. It's a long and sometimes hard journey and I love that Lansinoh can be part of that 'village' to so many breastfeeding mothers through their products and advice. 



 The whole Lansinoh range is aimed to help mothers on their breastfeeding journey and the Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump is no different. Designed to be compact enough to allow you to express discreetly without any compromise. With a two 2 phase technology the Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump allows you to use the 'let down phase' which helps to get your milk flowing through faster pumping action and the 'expression phase' which allows a regular, slower pumping to get as much milk as possible. Switching between modes is super easy with a single switch at the top of the pump. 

Not only is the Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump perfect for discreet expressing but it's a great size for on the go too. Since it is simple to put together with just a few parts to connect the pump is really great for when your travelling, at work or even on a journey. With no electronic parts there is no noise either! The design of this Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump includes two comfort features, the first being the ComfortFit Breast cushion which is there to get the best fit and suction from your pump. The second comfort feature is the Ergonomic Easy-Express Handle which helps give you a more comfortable pumping experience. 

There really isn't much this Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump doesn't offer, it even won three awards! A great tool for breastfeeding mothers everywhere. The Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump is perfect for a wide variety of pumping needs while being easily assembled and great for on the go. It makes for a fantastic piece of kit to have around if your on or about to embark on your breastfeeding journey. 

You can purchase the Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump (RRP of £35) in Boots (by clicking on our link), Ocado, Mothercare and Amazon.

We have got one Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump to giveaway to one of our lucky readers. You can enter using our Gleam widget below. Please read our Terms and Conditions before entering. 

Terms and Conditions

  • Entrants must be aged 18 years or over.
  • Competition is open to UK residents only.
  • Entry into this competition confirms your acceptance of these Terms and Conditions
  • The winners will be selected at random from all the correct entries received before the closing date and time.
  • All prizes must be accepted as offered. There can be no alternative awards, cash or otherwise.  
  • There will be one winner who will receive the product featured in the above post.
  • Lansinoh is the sponsor of this giveaway and is responsible for prize fulfillment.

Good Luck! 



35 comments:

  1. I like that its great size for on the go too!

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  2. The Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump sound just perfect.

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  3. The Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump sounds perfect.

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  4. I love that the size is perfect for on the go! More room for other essentials!

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  5. The 2 phase technology is brilliant, i love how it can be adjusted to your needs especially if you are in a rush!

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  6. The size - perfect for when my neice goes back to work

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  7. The ComfortFit Breast cushion.

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  8. The two phases, much more controlled

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  9. I don't have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity, to go to Romania.

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  10. The main reason I like this breast pump is the fact that this is operated manually therefore can be used more discretely than one relying on an electricity supply - even just to relieve discomfort in between feeds.

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  11. I like the comfort handle, hands can get so tired after a while.

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  12. That you can use it on the go, perfect for lunch hours, and well...anytime!

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  13. fab giveaway thanks for the chance x

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  14. With no electronic parts there is no noise either!

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  15. Ergonomic Easy-Express Handle

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  16. The two different speeds for the different phases of expression

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  17. I like the ergonomic easy express handle and the fact that you can use it on the go x

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  18. the no noise function is great

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  19. I love that it's easy and conveinient to use when out of the house

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  20. For me it sounds great for being discreet - ideal if returning to work or if you pop out without the little one!

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  21. Thanks for the chance to win this great giveaway :)

    Annelies | https://thefrugalfrenchie.co.uk

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  22. sounds great for being discreet

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  23. The ComfortFit Breast cushion.

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  24. The comfort handle seems like a good idea. Thanks for the competition.

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  25. Ergonomic Easy-Express Handle which helps give you a more comfortable pumping experience.

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  26. The two phase technology sounds great. Most manual pumps only have the one phase which means you don't always express completely

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