July 24, 2014
First of all, I love that I can passively collect 1 to 2.5 oz of milk every bf session, however I am frustrated with dumping my milk almost every time I feed my daughter. Usually I have just finished feeding her and she is asleep and I bend over to put her in her bassinet. Now, not only is my shirt wet, but invariably my floor, daughter or bedding is wet and sticky. Why not have a removable lid on the top? Why not streamline the design to reduce the material and cost that way and add a lid? As it is, I never use my milk saver in front of company or in publi;, it's not discreet (and I use a cover to bf publicly).
Third, the material is well chosen. I like that it stays in place well and you can lean it up on something and it will never slip and spill. I have never used the provided case for transport or keeping it upright. The case is too bulky so I use a ziplock and as I said, it won't spill when leaned up against something. This is another option for cost reduction.
Pros:Collects lots of milk
Made of silicon, so it doesn't slip
Cons:Design, no lid, so lots of spillage.