NUK® Simply Natural™ Freemie Collection Cups
NUK® Simply Natural™ Freemie Collection Cups are discreet hands-free pumping accessory that allow you to pump hands-free, under your clothes. Now you can pump on your terms – anywhere, anytime, and around anyone.
- Pump with your shirt on – no hanging bottles.
- Easy to use:place cups inside bra and connect to a pump, pump directly into cups, then pour into storage containers.
- Two 8oz, collection cups fit discreetly in your bra, pump up to 16 oz at once.
- Compatible with all leading double electric breast pumps, including Medela® (Pump In Style® Advanced, Symphony®, Lactina® ), NUK® and Hygeia®. Not compatible with Medela® Freestyle® and Swing. Connection kits sold separately for several other brands at freemie.com.
- Milk contacting components made without BPA.
NUK® Simply Natural™ Freemie Collection Cups is rated out of 5 by 114.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Saffira08 from Leaks at the bottom of the bottle I’ve been using this pump for quite a few months ago and i’ve loved it so far and it does the job. However for the past few days its been leaking at the bottom of the collection pump and not a little bit but. A LOT, my whole bra andd shirt is soaking wet and it makes me angry. I tried to figure out why but cant seem to understand why its happening. What can i do about this??
Date published: 2019-09-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by EGsMommy from Leaked after minimal use I initially loved these, so much better than having to rig up my pump’s horns. However, after about 6 weeks use of once daily at most and not pumping every day (I estimate no more than 20-25 total uses), one of my shields started leaking from the bottom. I boiled everything again, double checked my assembly, no help. I planned on using these when returning to work and so leaking is a problem nor only because of lost milk! Here’s the real issue- Freemie has only a 60 day warranty from date of purchase. I would guess many people either buy these or receive as a gift before baby arrives, like I did, and so that timeframe was almost passed by the time I first pumped. When I contacted the company, I was told I needed a replacement and that the cups are usually “very durable” but can be damaged easily if dropped or scratched. So basically they blame me, although I’ve never dropped them and clean them according to package directions. And they’re only durable if you treat them like something very fragile, not hard plastic. Of course I can buy a replacement shield from them for 14.95 though. TL;DR I can not recommend them for quality control and warranty/standing behind their product. It’s only useful as long as it doesn’t leak, and less than 2 months is not durable enough for a kit that costs what these cost.
Date published: 2019-08-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by Kellyanne from worst cups on the market All they did was leak into the tubing; I watched the videos and read the instructions and still just wasn't able to use them at all. wish I could get my money refunded as they were $60
Date published: 2019-08-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by Laurenann1991 from Works for me I’m a momma of now four kids and I wished I had these when I was breastfeeding the others, I can lay on my side feed and pump with this on, I can pump without my son trying to rip off the bottle. Only problem I have is when my 2 year old try’s to play with them. I recommend it to anyone. Oh I don’t wear bras only nursing tank tops so it doesn’t ruin anything and doesn’t effect my milk or a big hassle.
Date published: 2019-08-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by Onismommy0329 from Warning from a real mother to another! I normally dont write reviews but I want to clear up the misconception that I wish I was warned about before forking out over $200. So here is the real facts. It claims to be discrete, which is not true at all. I went and bought the travel pump and freemie cups so I could pump at work without having to sit connected to an outlet for 30 minutes at a time every 3 hours. The pump works great the cups are terrible. They pop out looking like cones. Pumping mothers typically have full breasts they are NOT for bigger breasts. They are horrendous looking. Not only do they look terrible as im pumping 10 minutes in there is a hole in the funnel which caught on my nipple causing it to fill the whole bowl with blood. Needless to say I had to pour out my liquid gold which we all understand is devastating. The tubes are a huge hassle as well. I wasted alot of money to keep up my supply and I wish I would have known all of this before I purchased. So there are the facts. They are far from discrete if you are going to pay this much money go ahead and purchase the willow or the elvie pumps and hope they are more discrete (atleast they dont have all the tubes). Please come up with something that can actually help mothers instead of claiming false realities about this product. Us mothers have enough going on than to worry about this mess.
Date published: 2019-07-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by MrsMooah from Trashed I’ve heard such great reviews on youtube and many sites about these Freemie Cups. Got them as a gift for my baby shower and was excited to use them. Unfortunately the ones I got leaked from the bottom and would always create a huge mess. Tried to go back to target (where my friend got it from originally), but target wouldn't take them back. I expect more for such an expensive item to collect milk.
Date published: 2019-07-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by CakeGem from Ouch Worked okay on one side but it cut my nipple on the opposite side. Blood all in the milk :( and in pain now. Need to improve the design so that the plastic edge doesn’t cut peoples nipples. I was looking forward to using this on road trips and while working but I’ll need to stick with my traditional flanges.
Date published: 2019-06-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by Alynn413 from Didn't work for me I was given this as a gift. I tried them for the first time today and they didn't draw any milk out after 10 mins. Glad I didn't buy!
Date published: 2019-06-14