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Lansinoh Breastmilk Storage Bags - 100 ct

by Lansinoh

Price AED 68.02 In Stock


Estimate to be delivered 28 Aug - 31 Aug

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Lansinoh's #1 selling breastmilk storage bags are ideal for storing and freezing precious breastmilk. Lansinoh bags come pre-sterilized and have a patented double Click ‘n’ Secure seal to prevent leakage. With reinforced side seals and a double-sealed gusset, Lansinoh bags are the strongest breastmilk storage bags available. BPA and BPS free.
Now, Pump directly into bags 2 ways:
Using Lansinoh pump – Attach bag to expression set and pump directly into bag

Using most standard size pumps* - Attach adaptor to expression set and pump directly into bags. Adaptors sold separately.

IMPORTANT! Ensure your Lansinoh Breastmilk Storage Bag has white and purple flowers and a white line above the logo. If your bag does not have this design, it is not compatible with pumping directly into the bag.

*Fits most Medela, Ameda, and Eveflo pumps

Lansinoh Breastmilk Storage bags come in 3 convenient pack sizes: 25 Count Lansinoh Breast Milk Storage Bags, 50 Count Lansinoh Breast milk Storage Bags, and 100 Count Lansinoh Breast milk Storage Bags.

Founded by a breastfeeding mom, Lansinoh has been committed to helping moms succeed in breast feeding for over 30 years. Lansinoh is a leader in breast feeding products and accessories, famous for its award-winning cornerstone product, HPA Lanolin, Lansinoh and Lansinoh nursing pads. For more information, please visit Lansinoh.com or connect with Lansinoh on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube.

Customers Reviews

Love love the new edges!

5.0 out of 5.0 by Hai M Nguyen on April 10, 2016
I have been exclusively breast pumping for almost two months now since my son is at the NICU so I need to freeze my milk. After doing some research I concluded that the Honeysuckle bags were the most bang for my buck while being of quality. However, they can get expensive for those who have to exclusively pump like myself. So last week after I noticed I was running out of the Honeysuckle bags I decided to give Lansinoh a try since they are amazons top rated breastmilk storage bag. After I received them I immediately wanted to return. I was not pleased with the bags when I compared them to the Honeysuckle bags. So 2 days ago I logged on to Amazon to do a return. Turns out that they gave me an option to exchange them for the new and improved bags! The edges are now wider and the bag seems thicker! I am so glad lansinoh listened to its customers who had complained about the milk leaking because the edges were too small. I feel that everyone who left a bad review should give these bags another chance now that they have improve them. They are honesty the best quality for the price. I will no longer be purchansing the more expensing Honeysuckle bags because the new lansinoh bags are just as well made if not better! Thank you thank you!
Fits 10 oz max

5.0 out of 5.0 by SoCal Mama of 3 on May 4, 2017
In case you're curious about the max volume... 10-oz and the bag stays intact even after expansion upon freezing. (Yep there are bubbles in that pictured frozen 10-oz bag, my bad).

I once tried 11 ounces but could not close the bag.

I only freeze 10 oz portions from the morning pump when I have the most milk. In other words, I don't combine multiple pump sessions into one bag because the milk would be at different temperatures (imagine adding a cold egg into warm soup). One way around this is to bring morning milk and afternoon milk to the same temperature by chilling in the fridge, then, once both bottles are cold, transferring to a bag. I don't do that often because it's too painful to see chunks of creamy hindmilk left on the bottle once chilled. I used to store in 3-4 oz portion sizes (I'm still not sure how much baby needs to eat in one feeding since she's EBF) but why waste bags if I have enough more than one bottles' worth? Just defrost and pour into 2-3 bottles for daycare/babysitter.

How I freeze and store:
I place the fresh bag flat in a clear shoe box to freeze into a smooth shape while minimizing freezer smells. Once frozen, I store upright in gallon-sized ziplock bags.
Old vs New version storage bags

4.0 out of 5.0 by JSK on April 13, 2017
​I was running out of milk storage bags and went ahead to order a new box. ​This was the first time I had seen the newly updated version. ​I had one of each, the ​older + latest version ​so I decided to take some side by side photos.

​Clear Storage Bag:
The new bags look like they have a reinforced seam.​ This is a plus - some of my old bags would leak. The perforations at the opening are different. I thought it was multiple pieces to rip off - but it actually tears off as one piece. It also sticks a little more than the older version so there's slightly more effort to get them open but not a big deal here. The bag can stand on its own if it has enough milk contained inside.
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W​hite Dispenser bag:
I like to use the dispenser bags because it keeps the actual storage bags clean and dust free. The new dispenser bags don't have the slit down the middle which I started to enjoy with the older bags - rather than opening/sealing the ​entire bag down the side. Wish they had kept that feature but again, not a deal breaker.

​I used to switch between these and generic storage bags from a big bix store depending on price - but now pricing is very similar, so I choose to purchase these Lansinoh bags since the brand is focused on nursing moms. Also, feel like they use less plastic than the generic version. (based on density of the bag) I would recommend this brand of bags for nursing moms.

Some tips:
To transfer milk from bottles to the bags, I use the breast shield as a funnel after I pump.
I freeze them flat and then "file" them upright in the freezer.
I keep my pump, paper towels, hair tie and fine tip marker in my tote at all times for my pump sessions.
If you have a back-up set of pump parts, leave some at the office or wherever you work. If you do forget a pump part, you can hand-express the milk out. It's a workout and not as efficient, but it helps when you're in a pinch.
You don't have to wash your parts/bottles every time you pump. You can store them in a clean plastic bag or container in the fridge until the next session. I give them a full wash after a few days.
Too many leaky bags means less sleep for mommy and daddy

1.0 out of 5.0 by Builder of Things on February 1, 2018
For as much as these cost I shouldn't expect these bags to leak. Approximately 15 out of 100 of these bags will leak milk from the top corner (under the zip seal) or the bottom corner. This is extremely frustrating as I often will find out after thawing milk (most often in the middle of the night or early morning while my baby is whaling away and I am half asleep). I have had three of these in a row leak.

We don’t treat these bags roughly, I don’t use really hot water to thaw, and my wife fills each bag with 3-5oz of milk so there is no excuse for the leaks other than a poor design and quality control. When I examine the leaking bags I can see a seam that was not bonded or extremely thin. A lot of time and work is put into pumping, cleaning bottles l, and sanitizing breast pump parts. It is aggravating for our efforts to go to waste because of crappy overpriced bags that leak and expose my baby’s food to germs. I would much rather feed my baby and go back to sleep instead of reheating more water and cleaning up puddles of breast milk in my kitchen.

Buy a different brands of bags these are junk.
Leaky bags...all of them.

1.0 out of 5.0 by Felicia on July 5, 2017
 Beyond frustrated that the entire box of bags leaks. Breast milk spilled out all over my freezer. The package says new reinforced bags but they need to try much harder. The last package only had a few that leaked but this is ridiculous. I have to throw the whole box away.
Terrible quality lately

1.0 out of 5.0 by Abitha on June 26, 2017
I have used these bags since 2014 when my oldest was born and the quality has completely gone downhill! The last two boxes I purchased have had major leakage issues to the point they are unusable unless I double bag the milk. All of the bags leak out the top through a small hole just under the zip lock and many in the most recent box I purchased also leak out the bottom. Another box I purchased recently didn't seal properly.

Initially, I thought I just happened to get a box with some issues but each of the last three boxes I purchased has had defects so I'm done and will be switching to another brand.
These bags leak!

1.0 out of 5.0 by Amazon Customer on November 2, 2016
I really wanted to love these
bags, but they leaked. I honestly thought it was me at first missing the bottle and making a mess, but upon further inspection, I found a hole by the ziplock seal. I might have just had a defective batch, as the hole was in the exact spot for each bag. Either way, it was really unfortunate and extremely annoying that I lost milk for my little one.
Leaky bags = wasted breastmilk

1.0 out of 5.0 by cjg210 on May 2, 2017
These bags leaked. I don't know what the deal was, but they leaked like crazy. And as anyone who pumps knows, wasting breastmilk is like wasting gold. They didn't seem leak when I put the milk into the bag, but then when I'd remove it from the freezer, and defrost the milk, it would leak all over. At first I thought it was the bag, then I thought it was the way I was putting them into the freezer, but nothing I did made any difference. They always leaked. I returned this product to Amazon and got my money back. Lansinoh is usually a great brand so this was probably just a fluke, but I wouldn't buy these again.
Our least favorite breastmilk storage bags

3.0 out of 5.0 by J. Maclauchlan on July 21, 2013
We have used four brands of breastmilk storage bags: Nuk, Honeysuckle, Medela, and Lansinoh. It's worth noting that we haven't had a leak with any of the bags, but we primarily use them for refrigeration. Based on other reviews, the "true" test of the bags seems to be freezing and subsequently thawing them. We have frozen and thawed a few of each brand with no leakage.

Nuk: These are our favorites. They are slightly smaller (maybe half a centimeter?) than Honeysuckle and Lansinoh bags, but you're not supposed to put more than 6 ounces in any of them anyway. They stand up the best, which is very convenient when pouring milk into them. I do hold the bags while I pour it in, but every now and then I lose my grip and these don't fall over like the Honeysuckle and Lansinoh bags. The plastic is thicker than the Lansinoh bags. These are also available at Wal-Mart, which is convenient if you can't wait for an amazon order to be delivered. The area where you write on is clear, and it's white with the other bags. I prefer the white background, but that's because I have black countertops. Small potatoes, though. The measurement is pretty close to the Medela bottles I pump in to. These are usually about 18-20 cents a bag depending on the quantity you purchase.

Honeysuckle: Our second favorite, these bags have more of a vinyl feel than a plastic feel. They're floppier than the Nuk bags, but more sturdy than the Lansinoh bags. The seal makes a clicking sound (like a Ziploc bag) when sealed, which is nice. The Nuk bags don't make that sound. My husband has had issues with the bags dripping milk out of the seal area when pouring instead of about a centimeter above the seal, where it is supposed to pour out of. The measurement seems to be off by half an ounce compared to the Medela bottles (if I pump 4.5 ounces, it will read as 4 ounces on these bags). These are about 18-20 cents a bag unless you buy a quantity of 300, in which they are 14 cents a bag (based on pricing as of July 2013). These are only available online, at least in my area (Virginia Beach).

Medela: These bags could be convenient for some because you pump directly into the bags. They work just fine, but I just prefer the bottles in case I adjust while pumping the milk can't splash out. They are a stiff plastic, which means they stand up well. They only hold about 5 ounces (compared to the 6 ounces for the other bags...but I've put 9 ounces in the other bags with no issue). They are a little harder to pour out of because of the design of the bag (the milk comes out about an inch above the seal). The measurement is accurate to the Medela bottles. They are also available in retail stores (Babies R Us, some Wal-Marts). These are more expensive at about 30 cents a bag.

Lansinoh: It's a shame that these bags are the most widely available, because they are the worst. They're thin, floppy, and have very little seam allowance. Based on other reviews, the bags changed in 2011. Prior to that, they were great, which is why the reviews on amazon are so high. They are about 18-20 cents a bag. They work fine in a pinch, but there are better options out there for the same (or better!) price.

Hope this helps! :)
Love these, froze up to 11 oz in a bag without any issues.

5.0 out of 5.0 by Real Person on September 14, 2016
These are one of the best solutions we have used for storing breast milk for our baby. Mom was able to pump milk while at work and put into the bags from work and put into the freezer. We have not had one leak at all. It has measurements on the sides of the bags in Ounces and 1/2 ounces. The bottom of the bags allow them to stand up although once the milk is frozen it does not stand up.

On the tops of the bags there is an area where you can write the date etc. We used this not only for the date, but how many ounces was actually in the bag and put his name on them so when he had to start daycare each bag has his name, date and how many oz were in the bags. We put a maximum 11 oz in a bag and froze it without any problems. The bags are much easier to thaw out then storage in a hard plastic bottle. We used a hot cup of water to thaw them out. I would recommend these to any mom needing breast milk storage bags that don't leak and are durable enough to send to day care.