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Lansinoh Breastmilk Storage Bags, 25-Count Boxes (Pack of 3)
Breastmilk Storage Bag
25 pre-sterilized storage bags hold 6 ounces of breast milk each
Bags store flat in freezer, take up less space
Write-on tab outside fill area eliminates potential puncture and ink contamination
Color-change zipper seal for proof of closure
Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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112 of 114 found the following review helpful:
Lansinoh lowered their quality in 2010, they used to be thicker...Feb 11, 2011
Don't get me wrong I LOVE the Lansinoh bags but THIS SPECIFIC ORDER here in Amazon is NOT the same quality as the bags you buy in the store but they are Lansinoh. The box is a lighter purple, bags are thinner and have a flower design not the mother design. HOWEVER.....if you look at the date on the bottom of the boxes, the ones in the store that are thicker with the mother picture were produced in 2007, these here were made in 2010. If you go to the Lansinoh website and look at the bags they advertise, are the ones with the flower design sold here. I am disappointed that Lansinoh reduced the quality of their bags because I favored them above all the others. Amazon needs to update the picture to the actaul product they are sending out.
95 of 98 found the following review helpful:
No leaks here...Aug 08, 2009
By Fiona Bessey-Bushnell
I have found these bags to be the best ones out there. They are thicker mm of plastic, have a double seal and a separate area to write on to avoid ink contamination. In my opinion, they are also much easier to pour to/from than other brands.
I also appreciate how they lay flat for more space-efficient storage. They have held up very well in my deep freeze in arctic temperatures!
I have used approximately 2,000 bags (seriously) and I have had only 9 that leaked. While I was sorry to lose those bags, I consider 9/2,000 to be pretty impressive odds.
These are more expensive than other ones out there, but I will pay that price to store my "liquid gold"!
If you are continually having difficulty with leaking bags, make sure you are freezing no more than 6 ounces at a time. Even though it looks like it will hold more, the milk will expand in the freezer. Also, you may want to freeze smaller quantities of milk so that there is less waste. You want to ensure that your baby will drink all that you defrosted, rather than having to discard it. I found it helpful to freeze some amounts in larger quantities, like 4 or 6 ounces and then smaller "top off" amounts for 2 or 3 ounces. Smaller amounts also less time to thaw...although this means you will use more bags. Also, don't drop them once they are frozen, which can also contribute to leaks.
40 of 41 found the following review helpful:
Favorite bagsJun 13, 2009
By E. Estrada
These are my favorite bags. I originally had the Medela bags because I thought they would be easier (you can pump directly into those). I found that I didn't like pumping into the bags because I couldn't get a good measure at the end. I have tried the easy pour bags also, and they were not really that 'easy'.
I like these because they have two seals. And I have found them cheaper than the Medelas.
22 of 23 found the following review helpful:
Easy to freeze - even easier to thawJan 24, 2009
Haven't had a problem with leaks so far. Make sure you don't drop them after they are frozen.
I did notice an odor with the first few bags of milk in my stash, but that may have been because they were kept in the fridge for a few days before freezing. Baby has not had any objections to the rest of the milk thus far. If you do notice an odor, it may be a problem with your breast milk having an excess of a certain enzyme (or something ... check out the breastfeeding sites for more info.) Just to be on the safe side on avoiding possible odors, I have been storing them in batches of 10 or 12 bags in a bigger ziploc freezer bag.
Freeze them by laying them flat (make sure you seal the bags well.) That will make them super easy to thaw.
The best indicator I have that these bags are great is that my husband likes them and has no complaints about them :-)
15 of 16 found the following review helpful:
How to deal with leaks...Aug 16, 2010
By Financial Guru
Overall, I am very pleased with this product. They are easier to fill than the Medela bags and the cost is reasonable. Like many of the other reviewers, I have had several bags that leaked. I called the manufacturer using the 1-800 number on the bag. They reminded me not to overfill the bags and actually sent me a package of bags as a replacement. They don't leak when you put the milk in, only during the thawing process (which tells me that something about freezing and thawing causes the leaks to spring up in the plastic). To manage this, I thaw the bags inside a quart sized ziploc bag. The ziploc bag catches any leaked milk and I don't loose anything. Very happy with the product and will continue to purchase throughout my nursing experience. I don't think double bagging is necessary, but I would suggest using a safety net (ziploc bag) in the thawing process to prevent any loss of milk from leaks.
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