We Take A Look At The Best Breast Pumps So it’s time to feed the baby and you, or your wife if you’re the husband, have sore breasts from your infant sucking the milk out of it; and possibly in danger of getting Carpal Tunnel, then it’s time to be in the market for an electric breast pump. This review will look at the best single electric breast pumps according to Amazon. Top 5 Single Electric Breast Pumps Phyllips AVENT BPA Free Single Electric Breast Pump Phyllips AVENT BPA Free Single Electric Breast Pump The Phyllips AVENT BPA Free Single Electric Breast Pump is one of the more expensive ones, but not as expensive as the Medela breast pumps. Some of the features of the Phyllips single electric breast pump are a unique system that enables easy storage for the milk. It pumps, stores, and feeds with the same container and comes with a 4 oz. breast milk container and one extra-soft Newborn Flo Nipple. Another feature is the 5-petals that gently massage the mother’s breasts and mimic a toddler’s sucking motion; this, in turn, causes the milk to flow more steadier and quicker. The pump also features an electric memory so all the mother has to do is set a comfortable rhythm and push a button and the breast pump memorizes it and continues mom’s preferences so it always feels natural to her. This single electric breast pump comes with nipple pack and works with up to a 240 volt outlet for mommies on the go. The women that bought this were all happy with how easy and comfortable it was. The only suggestion was that it should come with a car plug so they could hook up more bottles to it; but they hooked a manual pump up to it so it would have two pumps and they wouldn’t have to clean it every other hour. Evenflo Simplyglo Single Electric Breast Pump Evenflo Comfort Select Performance Single Electric Breast Pump and the Evenflo Simplyglo Single Electric Breast Pump The Evenflo Comfort Select Performance Single Electric Breast Pump and the Evenflo Simplyglo Single Electric Breast Pump are among the least inexpensive breast Pumps. Size accommodates the majority of mothers, features a consistent suction. Most moms said it was slow but they were not in a hurry and were patient. It’s recommended for the women that don’t breastfeed regularly though. Chief complaint, other than speed, is that the Evenflo single electric breast pumps are noisy. For the price, this didn’t seem to bother most of the mommies. They either went to a quiet room or were in a house by themselves with their little one. Lastly, all the components don’t contain BPA and come with silicon cushions for extra comfort. First Years Breastflow Mipump Single Electric Breast Pump First Years Breastflow Mipump Single Electric Breast Pump Next we have the First Years Breastflow Mipump Single Electric Breast Pump; priced between the Evenflos’ and the Phyllips. This electric breast pump comes with a Flexi-fit shield for the breasts to ensure a proper and soft fit. Also features optimal suction levels that are adjustable. This electric breast pump is quiet and compact as well. Includes a travel tote and comes with a handle that gives Mom a free hand so she can multitask while pumping the milk out. The main con is that it’s not built for women with larger breasts and you have to always pump both sides. The Pros far outweigh the cons. For example, most Mamas don’t mind the lack of speed since it vibrates; making it more arousing, uh comfortable. Electric pump is super affordable, lightweight, compact, cute design and the moms love the tote bag. Features a discreet way to carry it-just like a purse. It’s recommended that moms who feed regularly should invest in one of the more expensive single electric breast pumps, like Phyllips or Medela, since they pump faster and are more comfortable. For the average size mother who doesn’t mind the noise or lack of speed, the First Years and Evenflo are the best bang for their suck, uh buck.