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Reddit reviews on 21 mm Small Flagne w/Valve and Membrane for Spectra Breast Pumps S1, S2, M1, Spectra 9; Narrow (Standard) Bottle Neck; Made by Maymom

Sentiment score: 1
Reddit mentions: 1

We found 1 Reddit mentions of 21 mm Small Flagne w/Valve and Membrane for Spectra Breast Pumps S1, S2, M1, Spectra 9; Narrow (Standard) Bottle Neck; Made by Maymom. Here are the top ones.

2x One-Piece Breastshield (21 mm internal diameter, specially designed for Sepctra Pumps) , 2 Valves, 4 Membranes; Compatible with Spectra pumps S1, S2, M1, Spectra 9 having the back-flow protector and narrow mouth bottle connector. If you must use a widemouth bottle, purchase a bottle converter (amazon keyword: maymom avent).Please measure your nipple diameter before making the purhcase. This flange's Nipple tunnel diameter is 21 mm, suitable for mothers with nipple diameter 17-19 mm; Connects to Standard-sized bottles (All Medela, Ameda Bottles and small version of Spectra, Playtex, Gerber, Dr Brown bottles etc; But NOT wide-mouth bottles like Avent or Wide version of Spectra). Please purchase/Use a Standard-Wide bottle converter for Wide mouth bottles.US FDA registered medical device (No. D192499); Complies with US FDA and EUstandards for containers that contact food and class II medical device; Test reports are online for your reference;Retail poly-bag packed; sealed by the manufacturer.Made of Bisphenol-A (BPA)/DEHP-free material and all components are steam safe for sterilization.

Found 1 comment on 21 mm Small Flagne w/Valve and Membrane for Spectra Breast Pumps S1, S2, M1, Spectra 9; Narrow (Standard) Bottle Neck; Made by Maymom:

u/heymariehi · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

I have one, but as a FTM without my kid here yet, I pretty much know jack shit. However, after searching for the S2 on Amazon, I found that customers also bought this and other various things to make life easier or that can work with Medela bottles/parts/etc like these flange adapters. The top customer review had some info about how they used medela bottles with pumpin pal flanges and didn't have to "hack" anything or cut tubing. Have a look around. I am getting a better grasp on everything by doing this.