Breastpump Rental Costs & Symphony v. Freestyle/PumpNStyle

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    Breastpump Rental Costs & Symphony v. Freestyle/PumpNStyle

    I thought I read somewhere on these boards that someone rented a Medela Symphony for really cheap, I paid $90/month for mine (ouch).  I'm wondering where and how much others paid.

    Also anyone use both a Symphony AND a Freesyle or Pump In Style.  Towards the end of my breastfeeding days, I just used my Freestyle and I could swear that I didn't know the difference.  Did anyone else have some input?
     
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    Re: Breastpump Rental Costs & Symphony v. Freestyle/PumpNStyle

    Insurance paid for us to rent the symphony and then paid for my pump in style so I don't know how much it cost but someone said in another post they paid $30 a month I believe.

    I used both and thought the symphony did a much better job being hospital grade.  I definitely could tell a difference when I got my pump in style.  It was also a whole lot quieter!  I think if I was EPing I would definitely want the symphony over the pump in style.  I felt a big difference between the two...I actually didn't mind pumping with the symphony and was sad to give it up. 
     
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    Re: Breastpump Rental Costs & Symphony v. Freestyle/PumpNStyle

    I'm really hoping that person who mentioned it will post here again!
     
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    Re: Breastpump Rental Costs & Symphony v. Freestyle/PumpNStyle

    I was the one who rented a pump for about $33/month. I rented a Medela Lactina Select which is a hospital grade pump which I really needed b/c of supply issues. I got it from a place in Newton called Lactation Care. The business is run out of a house and they're very touchy, feely type women who run it which just isn't my style but to each his own. Since I got a long term contact I paid $1.10 /day. Keep in mind though that the Lactina is very bulky and kind of loud but it went everywhere with me for 7 months. I'm not sure if they offer different types of pumps. I know there are pumps out there that are much smaller and quieter if you don't need hospital grade. I didn't care - all I cared about about was getting out as much milk as I could. Here is their link. Hope this helps.

    www.lactationcare.com
     
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    Re: Breastpump Rental Costs & Symphony v. Freestyle/PumpNStyle

    THANKS SO MUCH!!!
     
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