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Lansinoh SignaturePro Double Electric Breast Pump Review

Lansinoh SignaturePro Breast pump with a stack of breastmilk bags filled with breast milk and a text overlay that says, "Lansinoh SignaturePro Double Electric Breast Pump Review".

I’ve been using a Lansinoh breast pump since 2012 — more specifically I’ve been using the Affinity Double Electric Breast Pump from Lansinoh. I’m not sure what year it was first introduced, but I found it to be a fabulous pump.

Just shortly before Gideon was born, Lansinoh sent me their newest pump, the SignaturePro Double Electric Breast Pump to review. I have to admit, I was hesitant to tear into the packaging.

It wasn’t because I thought the pump would be bad, but I just loved my old pump so much that it felt almost wasteful to get a new pump. You know what they say, if it’s not broken, don’t fix it. It’s my job to review products though, so I opened up the packaging and gave it a try.

In the 6 weeks since Gideon has been born, I’ve used both pumps. I actually keep one on the main level of the house and one in my bedroom.

As I mentioned, my older Lansinoh pump is still working great, but honestly, I’ve discovered that the SignaturePro is even better! It feels like there is less tugging and pressure and yet I’m still getting just as much milk out.

Items Included with Lansinoh SignaturePro Breast Pump

  • Lansinoh® SignaturePro™ Double Electric Breast Pump base unit
  • (2) 5oz Lansinoh® mOmma® Bottles
  • Lansinoh® mOmma® NaturalWave™ Nipple and cap
  • 2 Breastmilk Storage Bags
  • 2 Disposable Nursing Pads
  • Lansinoh® HPA Lanolin sample
  • 2 Breast Flange Bodies
  • 2 Collars, diaphragms, and sealing discs
  • 2 ComfortFit™ flanges (25mm)
  • 2 White valves (2 extra)
  • 2 Bottle Stands
  • 3 Connection tubes
  • Tubing strap
  • Y Tubing connector
  • Pump connector
  • AC Adaptor
  • Tote Bag
  • Pump manual with everything you need to know to get started
the SignaturePro Breast Pump with some of the pieces

My Experience Using the Lansinoh SignaturePro Breast Pump

The SignaturePro has three pumping styles and eight adjustable suction levels, allowing you to select the setting that works best for you. The pump will start out with a 2-minute session designed to help you achieve a letdown.

I have found that it works really well, and I usually have a letdown within a minute. Once you have a letdown, you can switch it over manually to the main suction (expression) mode or it will do it automatically for you at the 2-minute mark.

This pump features an LCD screen so you can easily keep track of how long you’ve pumped. There are minimal pieces needed to assemble the bottles for pumping which means less pieces to wash when you’re done (and makes me very happy!).

And when it’s time to take the pump with you, it comes with a handy storage/travel bag.

All of the pieces to the SignaturePro Breast Pump inside of the bag that it comes with.

Right now I’m pumping about 2-3 times a day, so after 6 weeks of use, I feel very confident in recommending the Lansinoh SignaturePro Double Electric Breast Pump.

Not only does it comfortably and efficiently enable me to express my breast milk every day, it’s an extremely affordable double electric breast pump too.

Review Update 2024

I’ve had this pump since 2016. I still have it, and it still works great! I have no complaints after using it many, many times! It’s no longer sold new but Lansinoh has another pump (which I also have) that is very similar called the Lansinoh Smartpump Double Electric Breast Pump.

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haley t

Monday 30th of May 2016

I hated trying to keep track of when I pumped and how long and what breast, that's awesome this does all that for you!

Alicia C

Thursday 24th of March 2016

Thank you for this honest review - my insurance covers a breast pump and I am debating which one to get. Your input is greatly appreciated!