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Product Description

The Philips AVENT ISIS iQ DUO Electronic Breast Pump is a powerful hand-held pump with an electronic memory that instantly learns and continues your pumping rhythm for personal comfort and control. It has advanced iQ technology that allows for a personalized pumping experience. The effective double pumping helps to improve milk production and pump more milk faster while the patented Let-Down Massage Cushion makes the ISIS iQ ultra comfortable and effective. The ISIS iQ is quiet, effortless and portable. Includes a Philips AVENT iQ DUO Breast Pump, Philips AVENT Natural Feeding Bottles that are clinically proven to reduce colic in newborns (versus a conventional bottle) and BPA-Free, and a variety of accessories to make pumping on the go easier such as nipples, sealing discs, cool packs, insulated carriers and more.

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488855

F38F4327

075020006318

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8.9 pounds

15.5 x 12.4 x 8.0

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Average Customer Rating:

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Philips AVENT Electric Breast Pump Duo
 
4.2

(based on 80 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (43)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (26)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (5)

86%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Comfortable (65)
  • Easy to use (63)
  • Easy to clean (58)
  • Fast/efficient (56)
  • Portable (47)

Cons

  • Leaky (11)
  • Loud (9)
  • Heavy / bulky (3)
  • Poor quality (3)
  • Poor suction (3)

Best Uses

  • Breast feeding (62)
  • Working moms (49)
  • Comfort (40)
  • Infants (37)
  • Newborns (33)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • First time parent (52), Parent of two or more children (18), Medical professional (8), Budget shopper (3)

Most Helpful Positive Review

 

Kept its promises & saved my milk supply

My baby had feeding problems and wasn't able to get milk while she was nursing. Since this took 3 days to figure out, my milk supply was really low at first. Working with...Read complete review

My baby had feeding problems and wasn't able to get milk while she was nursing. Since this took 3 days to figure out, my milk supply was really low at first. Working with a lactation consultant I had to pump exclusively supplementing with formula and then work back into nursing over time. At first I borrowed a Medela electric pump from my sister, which was painful (it only uses vacuum suction on the nipple) and yielded very little milk. I also had an Avent manual pump that I used when I wasn't able to use an electric one, I really preferred the much more comfortable method of getting milk with the massage cushion, and found that I actually averaged around an entire OUNCE more of milk when using the Avent pump than with the Medela. When I decided to go ahead and buy a double electric pump of my own, I went with the Avent pump...and I was so happy that I did!

The pump is very user friendly and even has a DVD that will show you how to use it, if you need it. It comes in a very nice carrying case that has lots of extra storage space (I traveled a lot and packed tons of bottles so I wouldn't have to wash much on the road). The pump actually memorizes your own pumping rhythm and suction level that you set yourself, so it is extremely comfortable and you are able to optimize the amount of milk you get (the more milk you get, the more milk you make). The massage cushions help encourage let down in a much more gentle fashion than pure suction, and it is a lot more like how your baby nurses. If you need a manual pump in a pinch, it comes with the necessary parts to convert to a very user friendly manual pump (it involves a very simple to use handle that you squeeze, as opposed to other far less user friendly manual pump conversions by other brands)

The entire Avent system is extremely convenient, you can pump directly into any size of Avent bottle, or the VIA storage system which converts into a bottle and is a great space and money saving option, or even the magic training cups. The entire system is BPA free and designed to eliminate nipple confusion for infants who are breastfed but switch back and forth between the breast and the bottle with pumped milk.

It looked very doubtful that I would be able to overcome my low milk supply when I first saw the lactation consultant. The first time I pumped I didn't even get half an ounce out of both sides combined. After using my Avent pump for a while, I once pumped over 6 ounces! My baby eventually learned to breastfeed (which doesn't always happen, as often times babies given bottles at a couple days old experience nipple confusion and will never take the breast again) and I breastfed/ pumped for 18 months. I absolutely attribute a large percentage of our success with breastfeeding to the fact that the entire Avent system and the breast pump lived up to all that the company promised and more. This breast pump is more than worth every penny to me, it is priceless!

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Most Helpful Critical Review

 

Go with the Medela!! Trust me on this!!!

I registered for this pump, and ended up buying the Medela Pump In Style when my baby was 3 weeks old. Since I had a REALLY hard time finding any reviews comparing the two...Read complete review

I registered for this pump, and ended up buying the Medela Pump In Style when my baby was 3 weeks old. Since I had a REALLY hard time finding any reviews comparing the two when I was researching pumps, I'll try to do that here for you!

The only downside that I found to this pump when I was doing my hours and hours of research when I was pregnant was that it only comes with one size shield, which is small. I didn't think that this would be an issue for me, because I've always been small. Well, turns out, after you have a baby, things *change.* I pumped exclusively with my daughter, so I was pumping 6-10 times/day in the beginning. The shields on this pump rubbed my nipples raw. They were way too small for me, and there wasn't anything that I could do about it! I literally couldn't hold my baby to my chest because I was in so much pain. So after a few weeks of hoping that I would build up callouses (horrible, I know!) I finally caved and went to buy the Medela Pump In Style. The size difference as an immediate improvement.

As far as functionality of both pumps, I'd say that they were pretty comparable. I achieved about the same amount of milk production through both. I didn't have trouble with letdown, but the letdown feature on the Medela was highly superior. The Avent claims to have a letdown feature, but you set it yourself, and as a new mom, I had no idea what speed a letdown feature should be! A feature of the Avent that I liked more is that you don't need a third hand to turn it on/off. It has a hand pump that you use to get it going. With the Medela, you have to position both of the bottles on your breasts, then figure out how to reach and turn the pump on or off. The other aspect of the Avent that I liked more was that you could control the power of the suction, as well as how long the suction held. With the Medela, you only control speed, and suction and length of suction are all constant. (This is probably set to emulate what nursing is like, but I liked the ability to control it on my own.)

The Medela is MUCH easier to do hands-free with than the Avent. The Avent parts don't fit very well through a pumping bra, and they are a LOT heavier than the Medela parts. With pumping exclusively, I spent a lot of time attached to my pump, and it was so nice when I could throw on a pumping bra and be able to fold laundry, work, etc. (Tip: For a cheap pumping bra, take an old sports bra, and cut little slits to stick the shields through.)

The Medela pump was also a lot easier to take apart and clean, and spare parts were MUCH easier to find. I was unable to find any extra shields for the Avent, which made it a pain to wash them after every use when I was pumping numerous times a day.

I hope this helps! Good luck!!

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Better than Medela! Awesome pump!

By Happy mom

from Tacoma, WA

About Me First Time Parent

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Easy to clean
  • Easy to use
  • Fast/Efficient
  • Lightweight
  • Portable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Breast Feeding
    • Comfort
    • Travel
    • Working Moms

    Comments about Philips AVENT Electric Breast Pump Duo:

    I love this pump!
    I delivered at 36 weeks and had to use a pump to get a milk supply going as my little baby wasn't strong enough to create the demand for my milk to come in properly on her own. On the suggestion of the lactation consultant, I rented a Medela pump from the hospital. It did it's job, but I hated it! It hurt more than nursing my baby did. Milk and condensation would get in the tubes and the only way to clean them is to take them apart and boil them. Pain in the neck.

    Then, my sister offered me her Avent Duo pump and I fell in love! The "petals" in the flange are so comfortable and really help with expressing. It is so much faster than the Medela and I get to control more than just the strength of the suction. I can choose how fast or slow it goes.
    To really let you know how much more effective the Avent is over the Medela, when I would use the Medela, I would see one or maybe two streams of milk out of each nipple, but would mostly get drops instead of streams unless I turned the suction up to a painful level. When I use the Avent, I get six to eight streams out of each nipple without having it be painful!
    I was ready to give up on breastfeeding and pumping with the Medela, and am now much more comfortable, happy, and confident with the Avent Duo. I feel such a relief of the stress I was experiencing.

    Assembly of the pump is a little more complex than the Medela, but if it makes for a better pump, it's worth it, and once you do it, it's really easy from then on.

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    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    DUH!!! Not a hospital grade pump!!!

    By Kara...Stating the obvious!!

    from Elgin, IL

    About Me Medical Professional

    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Easy to use
    • Portable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Breast Feeding
      • Milk Storage
      • Working Moms

      Comments about Philips AVENT Electric Breast Pump Duo:

      Please please please ladies, do not give this pump a bad rating because "you didn't know that it wasn't a hospital grade pump." Hospital grade pumps are usually rented from a hospital,(hence the name), or purchased for over $1000. The pumps sold at Babies R Us are all to be used for supplemental pumping and are not intended to increase supply. Overall, I found this pump to be great for what it is. It was easy to use and I found it able to maintain the 6 ounces that I was pumping with my hospital grade pump before switching. Again, not even the "Medela Pump in Style" is a hospital grade pump! Just a reminder...

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      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Better than medela

      By new mom

      from Sierra Vista,AZ

      About Me First Time Parent

      Pros

      • Comfortable
      • Easy to clean
      • Easy to use
      • Fast/Efficient
      • Lightweight
      • Super Quiet

      Cons

      • Nothing so far

      Best Uses

      • Breast Feeding
      • Comfort
      • Everyone
      • Infants
      • Milk Storage
      • Travel
      • Working Moms

      Comments about Philips AVENT Electric Breast Pump Duo:

      I use this pump twice a day for 2 weeks now and it is great. I tried medela and it wasnt strong enough suction. It broke shortly afterwards. This pump is very strong and I can get 4 ounces out each breast in 15 minutes.Not to mention you can use a bustier with it. Also it is fabulously quiet. Medela was loud even the freestyle one.So I highly recommend this pump plus you dont have to mess with cup sizes.

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      (14 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      LOVE THIS PUMP

      By PRO BREASTFEEDING

      from MINNESOTA

      About Me Medical Professional

      Pros

      • Comfortable
      • Easy to use
      • Fast/Efficient

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Breast Feeding
        • Comfort
        • Working Moms

        Comments about Philips AVENT Electric Breast Pump Duo:

        I work in a hospital where we supply Medala Symphony Pumps for in hospital use, so I was able to take one home after I had my son.
        I use to rave about this pump to patients because of what other moms reviews were to me. I wasn't so impressed, so I wanted to purchase my own pump.
        I knew for sure we were using Avent bottles so I researched this pump and was impressed with what I read and decided to buy it. BEST MONEY SPENT on ANY baby related feeding item.

        ****PROS:

        SIlicon shields:
        Makes Pumping a lot more comfortable for learning and first time breastfeeders.

        Efficient:
        Let down was so much easier/faster being able to adjust suction length and speed.

        Ease:
        Controls are all done with one hand. Only one "button" to use. No crazy dials or displays. Just pump with hand at speed and desired suction strength hit the blue button and you're set. The pump even remembers the last setting you left it on.
        -- Just as equal a parts to clean as most pumps. Fits perfectly in the AVENT electric sterilizer.

        Also comes with detailed directions and a HOW-TO DVD which was very helpful.

        Affordability:
        This Pump cost 1/10th the cost as the hospital grade pump that I'm comparing it to. Pump also comes in a quality discreet black bag. People always thought it was my purse.

        Compartmental Bag:
        A very nice bag comes with the pump. Generously sized. Was able to fit the pump, all supplies needed for the day and everything I would put in my purse such as wallet etc. eliminating another bag I didn't need to carry.

        ****ALL AVENT bottles and storage containers are interchange able. You can choose to pump into the storage containers or directly into any avent bottle.

        STORAGE CONTAINERS: Come pre-steralized. They are relatively inexpensive and have 10 containers , 10 lids, and 2 adapters (that connect the pump directly to the container) in each box. Once done expressing milk into the container you can keep the adapter on and put the white ring and nipple onto it and change it into a usable bottle for baby.

        You can also put on the provided lid on and store in either the fridge or freezer. They are reusable. (MONEY SAVER) Never washed mine in the dish washer alway used the AVENT electric sterilizer so not sure if its safe to put in the dishwasher.

        CONS:
        Doesn't fit well with most pumping bras. EASY FIX is to buy an inexpensive sports bra and cut slits big enough.

        A bit awkward since the containers or bottles won't stand up om its own after expressing milk. It does come with stands but still feels weird at first.

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        (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        a new mom's best friend.

        By The Pittman Family

        from every where

        About Me First Time Parent

        Pros

        • Comfortable
        • Easy to clean
        • Easy to use
        • Fast/Efficient
        • Quiet

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Engorgement Relief
          • Milk Storage
          • Newborns
          • Working Moms

          Comments about Philips AVENT Electric Breast Pump Duo:

          I own the manual Avent pump as well as the Isis duo electric pump (electric came first). I had significant damage to my nipples the first night after birth from attempting to breastfeed with out asking for help from a lactation consultant...(whoops!) I relied HEAVILY on my electric pump to feed my little one for over 2 weeks until I healed enough to learn how to breastfeed properly.
          I really like the simplicity of this electric pump. I recommend Avent pumps over the Medela and Ameda because of the ease of use (BIG FACTOR) and the removable petals.
          I had a hard time with the Medela hospital grade pump, the suction on the lowest setting was painful and the button to work the machine confused me. The Ameda was no better or worse than the Medela, just not for me.
          With this Avent pump, removable massaging petals come in handy until after the nipples toughen up or for as long as you like to use them (great option to have). I also LOVE this pump because it lets me create the suction pressure AND rate and it's not hard to learn...And And And...I could go on but those are the biggies.

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          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Love this pump!

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          By Beth

          from Huntington Beach, CA

          About Me Parent of Two or More Children

          Pros

          • Easy To Clean
          • Easy To Use
          • Portable

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Breastfeeding
            • Infants

            Comments about Philips AVENT Electric Breast Pump Duo:

            I love this pump! With my 1st daughter I had a Medela PIS and a Freestyle. They worked, but not as well as the Isis Duo. I average 1-2 oz more per session.

            The silicone petals are nice and I think make let down easy. Some people complain about the shields being too small. I pumped with the standard Medela shields and do not have any issues with these shields.

            The tubing is bulky, but you get used to it. You have to use the bottle stands, but it's not a big deal.

            I will go back to work, pumping 3 times a day with confidence because of this pump.

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            (7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            Go with the Medela!! Trust me on this!!!

            By cc84

            from Denver, CO

            About Me First Time Parent

            Pros

            • Durable
            • Letdown Feature
            • Replacement Parts
            • Safe For Baby

            Cons

            • Caused Pain
            • Hard to clean
            • No Size Options

            Best Uses

            • Breastfeeding
            • Infants

            Comments about Philips AVENT Electric Breast Pump Duo:

            I registered for this pump, and ended up buying the Medela Pump In Style when my baby was 3 weeks old. Since I had a REALLY hard time finding any reviews comparing the two when I was researching pumps, I'll try to do that here for you!

            The only downside that I found to this pump when I was doing my hours and hours of research when I was pregnant was that it only comes with one size shield, which is small. I didn't think that this would be an issue for me, because I've always been small. Well, turns out, after you have a baby, things *change.* I pumped exclusively with my daughter, so I was pumping 6-10 times/day in the beginning. The shields on this pump rubbed my nipples raw. They were way too small for me, and there wasn't anything that I could do about it! I literally couldn't hold my baby to my chest because I was in so much pain. So after a few weeks of hoping that I would build up callouses (horrible, I know!) I finally caved and went to buy the Medela Pump In Style. The size difference as an immediate improvement.

            As far as functionality of both pumps, I'd say that they were pretty comparable. I achieved about the same amount of milk production through both. I didn't have trouble with letdown, but the letdown feature on the Medela was highly superior. The Avent claims to have a letdown feature, but you set it yourself, and as a new mom, I had no idea what speed a letdown feature should be! A feature of the Avent that I liked more is that you don't need a third hand to turn it on/off. It has a hand pump that you use to get it going. With the Medela, you have to position both of the bottles on your breasts, then figure out how to reach and turn the pump on or off. The other aspect of the Avent that I liked more was that you could control the power of the suction, as well as how long the suction held. With the Medela, you only control speed, and suction and length of suction are all constant. (This is probably set to emulate what nursing is like, but I liked the ability to control it on my own.)

            The Medela is MUCH easier to do hands-free with than the Avent. The Avent parts don't fit very well through a pumping bra, and they are a LOT heavier than the Medela parts. With pumping exclusively, I spent a lot of time attached to my pump, and it was so nice when I could throw on a pumping bra and be able to fold laundry, work, etc. (Tip: For a cheap pumping bra, take an old sports bra, and cut little slits to stick the shields through.)

            The Medela pump was also a lot easier to take apart and clean, and spare parts were MUCH easier to find. I was unable to find any extra shields for the Avent, which made it a pain to wash them after every use when I was pumping numerous times a day.

            I hope this helps! Good luck!!

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            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Great Pump

            By First time mom

            from Omaha, NE

            About Me First Time Parent

            Pros

            • Durable
            • Easy To Clean
            • Easy To Use
            • Portable
            • Safe For Baby

            Cons

            • A lot of parts to clean
            • The bag is kind of heavy

            Best Uses

            • Breastfeeding

            Comments about Philips AVENT Electric Breast Pump Duo:

            The pump looks difficult but it is very easy use.
            I went back to work 32 hours a week 2 months after my baby boy was born. I continued pumping and breast feeding until my baby was 5 months old. I am keeping this pump to use with my future children and I would definitely recommend this to any new mom.
            This pump is comfortable and did not loose suction the entire time I used it. It's nice that you can set it to your comfort level.
            It is easy to clean but it does take a little while because there are a lot of parts to clean.

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            (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            2nd child 2nd pump

            By mel

            from texas

            About Me Parent of Two or More Children

            Pros

            • Compact
            • Durable
            • Easy To Clean
            • Easy To Use
            • Portable
            • Safe For Baby

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Breastfeeding

              Comments about Philips AVENT Electric Breast Pump Duo:

              We only used Avent with our 1st son 9 yrs ago. Now with our 2nd son we only use Avent as well. I had an Avent manual pump for my first born son and loved it but always wanted this one. My husbands friends actually gave me the $ for this pump as a baby shower gift(they asked what I wanted but were too embarrassed to go buy it). I love this pump. My son is 7 months now. I only work a few days a week out of the house, but its nice to have pumped milk easily available in case I want to go shopping or out to dinner. I have always had a strong milk supply. I can pump anywhere from 5-8 oz per breast in one sitting. Which is great because I dont have to pump everyday and I still have milk available to mix with his cereal!I even have a frozen milk supply overflowing in my freezer that Ive had to start using so it wont go bad. I recommend Avent to everyone and if I do ever have a 3rd child I will use only Avent again. For people who say its hard to use, sit in a comfortable spot and relax. I sit on my bed and havent spilled a drop, also try using only one pump at a time. Breast is best so dont give up!

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              5.0

              Best Pump

              By Full-time Working Mom of 3

              from Roseville, CA

              About Me Parent of Two or More Children

              Pros

              • Durable
              • Easy To Clean
              • Easy To Use
              • Portable
              • Safe For Baby

              Cons

              • Not compact

              Best Uses

              • Breastfeeding
              • Infants
              • Meals
              • Snacks

              Comments about Philips AVENT Electric Breast Pump Duo:

              I have used other pumps including the Medela and was very frustrated with the results. I had trouble letting down and barley was able to pump 2 oz. A friend suggested I try this pump out. I was a little bit hesitant to make the financial commitment and buy another useless pump and was really considering just renting a hospital grade one, but I bit the bullet and purchased this one. Boy am I glad I did!

              I love this pump - It is extremely comfortable and the soft breast shields allow for great stimulation and easy let down. The motor is great and I can empty both breasts in under 10 minutes. The best feature is the manual pumping it allows you to do with the easy to use memorizing button. The manual portion allows you to ease into the pumping, simulating the actual sucking of a baby. This makes your pumping session easy and takes away from the pain of just jumping into full suction at the beginning.

              I have read that the pump leaks, but I have not had that problem at all. Milk does get under the soft breast shield, but really only a few drops and they give you pop-on covers for the shields so that you can pack the pump away in the bag and not make a mess when you are on the go.

              My only complaint is that the bag they give you to carry the pump in is so large. The pump comes with 2 milk storage bags and coolers, which is really nice, but I wish they also gave you a more compact bag to carry in case you didn't need to carry around all the supplies. When I am working 10 hour days I have to take my pump around with me between offices and it can be a lot to carry with a purse and laptop bag. But the pump is so great I will gladly carry it anywhere!!!

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