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Lansinoh Pro Breast Pump Only $59.99 Shipped on Walmart.com (Regularly $100)

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Lansinoh Signature Pro Portable Double Electric Breast Pump with LCD Screen

Walmart has great baby shower gift ideas!

Hop on over to Walmart.com where you can snag this Lansinoh Signature Pro Portable Double Electric Breast Pump with LCD Screen for only $59.99 shipped (regularly $99.97)!

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ This pump is highly rated with over 200 5-star reviews on Walmart.com!

Lansinoh Signature Pro Portable Double Electric Breast Pump with LCD Screen

This breast pump has a convenient LCD screen that’s easy to read in any light or environment. It’s lightweight and portable that can be powered by either the AC adapter or 6 AA batteries. It has three customizable pumping styles that mimic your baby’s natural feeding pattern and eight adjustable suction levels to give you the perfect amount of strength.

It includes the Signature Pro pump body, two standard size ComfortFit flanges, two 5-ounce breastmilk feeding bottles, a natural wave bottle nipple and cap, two pump diaphragms, four white valves, one Y tubing connector, AC power adapter, one tote bag, and instruction booklet.


On the fence? Check out these 5-star reviews…

Everything works well and reliably. It’s easy to use and easy to clean. Works for my body much better than the first pump (from a different brand) I tried.


It’s way more comfortable than the one the hospital let me use. Easy to set up and great setting selections. The bottles are my favorite to use with my daughter.


I absolutely love this set! It came with extra bottles and some starter storage bags. It has great settings and suction. My baby is almost 2 weeks old and I can pump 6-ounces each time I go to pump.


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Comments 9

  1. lori sheive

    I loved this pump. I preferred this pump over my Medela.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for the feedback, Lori! Good to know!

  2. laura

    Also any expectant moms or current breast feeding moms, your health insurance company will provide you with a FREE pump. Most companies even give you lots of different options to select the best one for you.

    • mackyjane

      Agreed. I went through aeroflowbreastpumps.com and it was super easy. I gave them all of my insurance information and then it showed me the cost of the different pumps. The pump I chose was free but they did make me purchase a breast pump bag. But all in all I got a $200 pump and bag for ~$36. That wasn’t the case for all pumps, just the one I wanted (Spectra).

    • Rae

      Be aware Medicaid will NOT unless your baby is in the nicu. So this is a very good option for someone who is low income wanting to go back to work, and still feed their baby healthy breast milk.

  3. Aleshia

    I was just about to say the same thing. Please check with your insurance first. You can go through medical supply companies too. I went through aeroflow company. You put in your insurance and they match you with your eligible free pumps or low cost/discounted pumps. Some insurance require a prescription (mine did). After you pick out your pump they will request a script on your behalf. My clinic was slow, so I asked them to write me a script and I would submit it. I took a picture with my phone and emailed aeroflow. I had my pump 2 days later. Also note that many doctors will not give a script until you reach a certain week in pregnancy.

  4. Jennifer

    What people don’t consider is that sometimes it’s easier to have one at home and one in the office so you don’t have to carry it around every day.

  5. Brittany

    Target has services that will reach out to your insurance company and get you a breast pump through them for free. I did it and it was so easy. Target got approval, gave me choices of the ones my insurance would cover, and sent it to me. I chose the one above. Just be aware that the one above only comes with one set of flanges and so they may not fit you, therefore you may have to come out of pocket for a different size.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks so much for the helpful comment, Brittany!

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