When it comes to breast pumps, many of the most highly rated products are super expensive. And because of their high price point, it makes it difficult for some people to obtain them. But the new Elvie pump changes that.
If you are a mom or preparing to become a mom and have made the decision to breastfeed, you’ve probably been recommended the Elvie hand-free breast pump. It’s one of the most beloved pumps out there right now.
Currently, the Elvie breast pumps run upwards of $500. But recently, the company has introduced their Elvie Stride.
Like the other Elvie pumps, the Stride is strictly electric and hands-free. The best part about the Stride though is that it can be covered under insurance!
As Elvie writes on their website, the Stride is an “ultra-quiet, hands-free electric breast pump” that is “made for mamas on the move.” Elvie has partnered with dozens of Durable Medical Equipment (DME) partners to make this possible.
$499 at the time of publication
$49.99 at the time of publication
It is through these partners that make it possible to obtain an Elvie Stride completely free or at a discounted price. All you have to do is visit one of the partners’ websites and input the state you live in and your insurance details. You will then immediately learn what pumps you qualify for.
How awesome is that? You can learn more about this process here. https://www.elvie.com/en-us/stride-insurance-partners
So what does the Elvie Stride have to offer?
Other than it moves with you and that it’s “ultra-quiet” so that you can wear it discreetly anywhere you go without drawing any unwanted attention, it’s also digital. As Elvie reports, this new Elvie pump can also connect to the Elvie app so that you can control the pumping remotely and it keeps track of your pumping history.
It also offers 10 intensity settings so that you remain comfortable every minute you pump. Every mom is different and because of that, your breast pump should be customizable.
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