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    carmenlotusfeet is offline Registered User
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    Breast pumps

    Hi there,
    I'm a working mum and I bought a Nuk electric mini breast pump so that I can pump everyday at work. It died on my today !!!!! and it only lasted 3 months ! Which electric breast pump is good to buy ? I'd like a small one as I need to carry it to work everyday and also I'll be traveling with it. Plus all my bottles are Nuk brand bottles. Does the pumps fit onto the Nuk bottles ? Thanks !

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    The Medela electric pump work with the Nuk bottles, they sell them in Mothercare, its small, so convenient if you need to travel with it.

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    I used the Medela Electric too. Loved it! They are fragile. I dropped mine on the floor over the weekend and the motor stopped working. Had to rush to B2B to get another.
    Founder of GeoBaby.Com

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    I rented a big one (hospital sized) from that company on Nathan Road. I would then bring it home on the weekends. It could do both breasts at one time.

    I also had a mini-electric. Lent it to a friend. She used it for the first baby. It broke on second baby and after that she just used a manual pump.

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    I have a Medela mini electric too and it got me through the early days.

    However I got it out the other day to express some milk and the motor died!

    I don't have the receipt as my Mum bought it for me from Watsons in the city when my son was first born.

    Does anyone know my chances of getting a replacement motor???

    HKAussie

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    The Hong Kong Medela Agent is:

    Meridian Hong Kong Limited
    21/F., Tins Enterprises Centre
    777 Lai Chi Kok Road
    Cheung Sha Wan
    Kowloon
    Tel: (+852) 2328-2662
    Fax: (+852) 2358-0263
    Email: [email protected]
    Web-site: http://www.meridianhk.com.hk/

    Meridian is owned by Celki Medical Company which also own the Celki Home Health Care Centres (CHHCC)

    Their shops are:

    Causeway Bay:
    Unit 2102, 21/F, Causeway Bay Plaza 1, 489 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay
    Tel: 2915-3388 Fax: 2574-0168

    North Point:
    Shop 111, G/F, Metropole Department Store, 416-426 King's Road, North Point
    Tel: 2555-9388 Fax: 2590-0955

    Tsim Sha Tsui:
    Shop G34, Tung Ying Building, 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
    Tel: 2191-9122 Fax: 2191-9199

    New Territories
    Sha Tin:
    Shop 52D, Level 3, Shatin Centre, 2-16 Wang Pok Street, Shatin
    Tel: 2692-8666 Fax: 2692-8660

    Yuen Long:
    G/F., 75-A2 Castle Peak Road, Yuen Long
    Tel: 2443-3554 Fax: 2443-3557

    Tuen Mun:
    Shop C-D, G/F of Atrium Block, Tuen Mun Hospital, Tsing Chung Koon Road, Tuen Mun
    Tel: 2453-3686 Fax: 2453-3360

    And in Macau
    Bond Medical Co., Ltd.
    Avenida do Coronel Mesquita no.5C, R/C, (J)
    Tel: (+853) 533-530 Fax : (+853) 534-026

    Best wishes,
    SARAH

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    HKAussie,

    I think the Pumps are under warranty. Not sure for how long.

    Rani
    Founder of GeoBaby.Com

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    More about Meridien.

    They will also deliver the big pump that you rent to your home (or at least they did home delivery back in 1998).

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