Super strong for storing, freezing and protecting Breast Milk
Double zipper seal for ultimate protection
Reinforced double sealed side seams
Presterilized for safe storage, BPA/BPS free
Easy to use with write-on label and convenient pour spout
Lay flat for fast freezing and thawing; stand or lay flat for compact storage and Pump directly into Lansinoh Breast Milk storage bag
Dimensions (Overall): 6.0 inches (H) x 2.5 inches (W) x 4.25 inches (D)
Suggested Age: Newborn and Up
Includes: Milk Storage Bags
Capacity (Volume): 6.0 ounces
Safety and Security Features: BPA-free, BPS-free
Package Quantity: 50
Care & Cleaning: Disposable
Item Number (DPCI): 030-05-0284
Lansinoh's #1 selling Breast Milk storage bags are ideal for storing, freezing and protecting precious Breast Milk. Built super strong, Lansinoh bags come with a double zipper seal to prevent leakage and reinforced double sealed side seams for ultimate protection. Presterilized for safe storage plus BPA and BPS free. Easy to use and saves time by pumping directly into the bag.
I wanted to like the connectors but they have tipped the bag both times I used them and I was careful. Unfortunately, I lost some milk over these. They aren’t easy to put in the bags, even harder to take out and in the process of getting them out, they get milk all over their seals and us mamas now that is no good. Messy messy messy. .
Loved how flat they would get (so I could store more in one freezer bag). HOWEVER, the bags were so thin that the smallest / lightest bump would poke a small hole in the bag. So, when thawing, milk would get everywhere! As someone who had a weak supply in the first place, I shed many tears over these! I ended up thawing in pyrex, in the fridge, overnight, so that milk wouldn't get all over the place.
I prefer these over other brands. I tried a cheaper brand but it didn't compare. I like that the plastic is a bit thicker so it holds when you're pouring the milk in, instead of flimsy ones that I've dropped. I have only ever noticed 1 to leak over the last 7 months but I would admit I usually put them right into the freezer after I fill them.