At Aeroflow, we offer a wide variety of breastpumps. Today, we will focus on the double electric breastpump. Double electric breastpumps are becoming increasingly popular, and here are some of the reasons why;

  1. Time. With a double electric breastpump, as with any double breastpump, you can produce twice the amount milk in the same amount of time.
  2. Production. When pumping from two breasts, as opposed to just one, your body naturally increases its production levels.
  3. Manual Effort.  Instead of having to manually pump, the machine will do it for you, freeing your hands from having to manually squeeze the pumps.
  4. Portability. Most double electric breastpumps come with a carrying case and are battery useable. This way, you neither have to worry about finding a power source, nor do you have to worry about finding a way to carry your breastpump.

Aeroflow is proud to offer double electric breastpumps from Medela, Ameda, Bailey, Tomy, and Hygeia. We also offer various types of totes and bags which can be very helpful transporting and organizing your breastpump supplies.  You can see our full selection of breastpumps here.

If you are interested in getting a double electric breastpump, we are more than happy to help you! Complete our “qualify for insurance form”, and an Aeroflow breastpump specialist will give you a call and help you pick out the best double electric breastpump for you.

After we speak with you about what is available, we will contact your insurance company to verify the coverage, and then request a prescription from your doctor and submit the required paperwork. After that, you should receive your new breastpump.

Even if you don’t have insurance, we do urge you to give us a call. Our knowledgeable staff can help answer your questions and we are a less expensive option than dealing with a retail store.

Give Us A Call!

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to give us call! You can reach us here, toll free, at 844-867-9890 or contact us on the web here. We look forward to hearing from you!

Information provided in blogs should not be used as a substitute for medical care or consultation.