Innosense Electric Breast Pump review

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Innosense Electric Breast Pump

by Mother & Baby Team |
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Tested by Charlotte Pittal, 31, from London, mum to Isabella, 12 weeks.

Charlotte said: ‘I found this a bit noisy but easy to use once I had worked out how to put it together – I wish the instructions had words as well as diagrams.

‘The ‘strength’ function isn’t that clear, so I wasn’t sure I had it on the right setting.

‘Some of the parts are small – I nearly lost one down the plughole when I was cleaning it.’

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