With this breastfeeding system, you never have to worry about losing a single drop of breastmilk.
In this system, you pump directly into a sturdy portion-sized freezer storage bag which gets slotted into the organized holder. (The freezer storage bag is compatible with any major pump brand.) When baby’s ready to eat, you thaw the milk and then slide the storage bag into a bottle casing. Finally you screw a nipple directly onto the bag within the bottle, and the milk is ready for baby!
The main value of this system is the only thing you have to wash is the nipple (and your pump parts). The main downside of this system is you have to recycle the bags each time, and the cost of buying new can add up. (They’re about 33 cents each when purchased in bulk.) The system ensures that not a single drop of milk is wasted in transfer. Some families find it a lot easier than pouring milk between pump bags and bottles.
The starter kit comes with three different flow speeds and the nipples are designed to mimic a natural latch. But babies can be picky about what nipples they use. If your baby demands a different nipple, you can buy an adapter to use on other bottles Make sure to screw it on tight to prevent leaks. Also, because these are storage bags, not storage bottles, it can be difficult to tell the exact amount of milk inside of them, even with the measurements marked on them.
One thing that is really nice about the bags is they are so much stronger and sturdier than your typical bag and you don’t have to worry about them rupturing. Another thing to keep in mind is that freezing your milk isn’t necessary if the baby’s going to drink it the next day. The Mayo Clinic says it’s fine to keep breast milk in your refrigerator for three days.