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Avent Disposable Day Breast Pads, 60 Count

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Developed with midwife and baby adviser Vicki Scott, Philips AVENT Day Breast Pads protect your bra and clothes from breast milk leakage all day long. Soft and comfortable with a contoured fit, these pads easily slip into a nursing bra or regular bra and are invisible under clothes. Multiple layers provide exceptional absorbency, and a one-way top sheet traps moisture inside the pad. Philips AVENT Day Breast Pads help nursing moms feel comfortable whenever let-down occurs during the day. Included in each pack are two bonus Philips AVENT Nighttime breast pads.

Super-Absorbent Layers Trap Moisture
Nursing moms know that leaks can happen anytime, anywhere. AVENT Day Breast Pads are extra absorbent to prevent excess milk from leaking through to your bra or clothes. Multiple hygienic layers pull moisture away from skin and a top sheet traps it inside the pad to keep you feeling dry and comfortable throughout the day.

Contoured Shape Is Invisible Under Clothes
These breast pads won't affect the look or fit of your clothes. They're thin and contoured to fit your breasts. They slip easily into your bra and are invisible under whatever you're wearing so you can be comfortable without sacrificing style.

Hygienic and Dermatologist Tested
Made of breathable, natural materials, these pads are hygienic and dermatologist tested to be gentle on skin. The top sheet has a silky feel to prevent irritation, and adhesive tape secures each pad to your bra so it won't shift around as you move through your day.

Portable, Discreet Packaging
These pads are individually wrapped to ensure that each one stays safe and hygienic until you're ready to use it. The discreet packaging makes the pads easy to take with you in a purse, diaper bag, or briefcase. Used pads can simply be tossed in the trash.

What's in the Box
Philips AVENT Day Breast Pads, 60-Count Box plus two bonus nighttime breast pads.
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  • Title: Essential for the back to work mom

    I definitely recommend Philips AVENT 60 Pack Disposable Breast Pads . As a first time mom ** Some moms seemed to prefer nursing pads depending on their cup size. I'm a DD **The pad is very comfortable **In terms of absorbency **I like how the pads are discretely folded and wrapped- you can grab a couple and throw it in your purse and head out. The only thing I would mention (and this is nitpicky) is that there could be better intructions on how to open the pad- it's folded in half Definitely recommended

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  • Title: Essential for the back to work mom

    I definitely recommend Philips AVENT 60 Pack Disposable Breast Pads . As a first time mom ** Some moms seemed to prefer nursing pads depending on their cup size. I'm a DD **The pad is very comfortable **In terms of absorbency **I like how the pads are discretely folded and wrapped- you can grab a couple and throw it in your purse and head out. The only thing I would mention (and this is nitpicky) is that there could be better intructions on how to open the pad- it's folded in half Definitely recommended

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  • Title: Great nursing pads!

    I normally use Lansinoh nursing pads but when given the opportunity to check these out, I thought I would give them a try. I'm glad I did because they are superior to the Lansinoh ones in several ways. The first thing I noticed when I removed them from the wrapping is that there is only one adhesive. I was concerned that they wouldn't stay put, but they stay in place all day with no issues, unlike the Lansinoh pads which come unstuck even with two adhesives. Also, they are thin and not bulky so you can't see them under your bra or clothes. The padding doesn't bunch up, even after you have worn them the whole day. They are marked as day pads but I wore them at night too and had no issues with leaking. All in all, I was very impressed with these pads and plan to purchase some more as soon as these run out.

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  • Title: Comfortable and absorbant

    We use these in our office as absorbent pads for wound care when sterile dressings are not necessary. They are a convenient size, clean, highly absorbing and inexpensive compared to surgical supply house dressings.

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  • Title: Pads for "meals on heels"

    These little pads are very thin and discreet so they won't show through your clothes. A strip of adhesive hold them securely in place. A one-way top sheet hold the moisture away from your body. Individually wrapped to keep them clean and sanitary until used. Two bonus night pads included. Philips also makes some very handy little ""thermo pads"" which can be cooled to soothe if you have a ""chewer"" or heated to promote milk flow ."

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  • Title: Philips AVENT Breast Pads Get The Job Done, But There Are Better Pads Available

    The Philips AVENT breast pads are useful for mothers who are nursing. The pads are absorbent, but not thick, which prevented embarrassing leaks. In addition they are packaged in small wrappers, which allowed me to discreetly carry them while on the go. However they are not without faults. The Philips AVENT breast pads were a bit uncomfortable. I found these pads to feel stiff at times. I prefer my pads go unnoticed All in all

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  • Title: Absorbent, but packaging could use some help

    These nursing pads are thin, yet they do great job absorbing. I've had no problems with them performing their function, but I wonder why AVENT decided to fold them in half? I've purchased other AVENT nursing pads before as well as a handful of other brands, and I've never seen them folded. When I first put them on, they still have a crease. Then at times during they day, they fold back in half. They do have a sticky part to help them stay in place. I understand they folded them so they could package each one in plastic so you can stick it in your bag I gave these 4 stars because it does absorb and it is thin and discreet

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  • Title: Do the job but not my favorite

    These nursing pads are conveniently individually packaged. They are folded which makes them easy to carry with you during those early days of nursing. I found them to be thin and absorbent but just too big for my needs. My youngest was 3.5 months old when I got these so we are always out and about. They did their job but I'm a small C now and they just didn't work as well for me. I do prefer the thinner pad though as the one thing you do not want is a line where your pad is in tight shirts. I would use these for night and to keep in the bag but now days (unless I know I won't be nursing for a long time) I just go without.

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  • Title: Soft & Works Well

    These are soft, feel great against your breasts. They are very absorbent and keep leaks from being noticed. I also really like how they lay flat in your bra, people will not notice you have them in there. Highly recommend these!

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  • Title: Better than other brands

    My daughter used these and reports that they are better than another, more expensive, brands because these absorb better in that the absorbent material when fully wet does not clump up like another brand did and, so, is more comfortable. She also liked that these had a smaller diameter so they did not appear beyond the edge of her bra. (This would be related to bra size.) The self adhesive strip

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  • Title: mold to fit

    These are light enough to mold into a soft-cup bra and not look terribly bulky, but they are very absorbent. They feel soft and comfortable, and the sticky patch does a good job of keeping them in place.

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  • Title: Discreet, comfortable

    These are super absorbent and not bulky at all. No one will be able to tell you're wearing them, and they do the job well. Definitely just as good as the more expensive brands.

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  • Title: Soft + Absorbent

    The Philips Avent breast pads are soft and very absorbent. I like that they don't make me itchy like some other brands I have used. The pads are a bit thicker than what I prefer for my soft cup bras. If I don't get it positioned perfectly, you can tell there is something going on under some of my work shirts. I wear these more often at night and at home.

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  • Title: Itchy and noisy

    I wouldn't recommend this product. They made a crinkly kind of noise that was bothersome and were a little itchy. I found that I prefer reusable cloth breast pads instead of disposable ones. They don't make noise, nor do they crinkle -- they don't seem obvious, where I was self-conscious of these disposable ones. Besides, it's cheaper to have the washable ones and being a new mom, I'm very conscious of my budget!

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  • Title: Breast Pads

    My Wife who is now using these pads, is very happy with them. Comfortable and convient to use, The pads stay in place and are absorbent, no leak through. She would like to have the ability of use half of the pad instead of the whole pad for light flow also the pad maybe visible under some clothing. Otherwise the Breast pad works great and would purchase and recommend to others.

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  • Title: No Leakage With These

    The Philips AVENT new and improved disposable Day Breast Pads do not leak like other brands I have tried (Nuk among others). They fit pretty well and have an adhesive so that they stay in place These are the best pads I have ever used. Although they may cost a bit more than other brands, they last longer since they absorb very well. In the end they are a better value than the cheaper ones because you will not need to change them every time you nurse. Its a go on my end.

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  • Title: Comfortable & Effective

    The Avent Day Disposable Breast Pads are soft, comfortable, and do a great job at stopping leaks. They keep the wetness away from my skin and absorb quite a bit before I feel the need to change pads. They are thin enough to be comfortable with either of my bras and not show through my clothing. Although they have one sticky section to keep them in place, I wish they had one on both the top and the bottom section like the night time pads do. One little detail that I like about the packaging of the day and night time pads is that the outer wrapper is a different color, making it easy to see which is which with a glance.

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  • Title: Liked The Old Ones

    I have been using Avent breast pads since 2006. They were my absolute favorite pads. Now, Phillips changes them. Now, instead of being the unique pads they were, they are just like every other breast pad on the market. If I wanted a Lansinoh style pad, I'd buy Lansinoh 20265 Disposable Nursing Pads . These are much larger in diameter than the old ones. They are significantly thinner

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  • Title: Awful

    I have tried a few different breast pads now and these are by far my least favorite. When I first got them, the first thing I noticed was that they are all individually wrapped. This, to me, is very unnecessary and is a waste of time and materials. These are very thin and always feel wet (though I haven't leaked through one yet) and you can also see the seam on them through shirts. I will definitely not be ordering these again.

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  • Title: absorbent, similar to lansinoh

    I find these very similar to the Lansinoh disposable pads, with one major difference -- they only have one spot of adhesive on them. I prefer two, as the Lansinoh ones have, which helps keep them in place longer. They are not particularly soft, and do get lumpy with repeated flips of the nursing bra to nurse, but they do the job. Overall, I still prefer washable pads unless I know I want the security of a water-resistant/proof barrier that comes with a disposable pad.

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  • Title: Better Than Other Brands

    I received these through Vine on behalf of my wife. She says they were comfortable, stayed in place, and were designed well in that they were more cone-shaped than a flat pad. She has tried others and she says she would definitely recommend this brand over others.

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  • Title: They have changed over the years, but I like these better

    I ordered only 60 instead of taking the better deal on 100 pads due to the review on how this product has changed over the years. I used these for my previous pregnancies and was very satisfied, but I hesitated based on the recent reviews. I will be reordering these because I like the changes. They are larger in diameter and thinner than the old version, but don't stick to sore nipples and seem to provide adequate protection against leaks. The old ones were too thick in my opinion, but I stuck with them because they were comfortable and they worked well. Yes, the individual packaging is not necessary, but that doesn't bother me.

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  • Title: Disposable Breast pads

    as advertised and would be a great product for anyone who decides to breast feed and to deal with leaking breast

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  • Title: Very Comfortable!

    I love the Diposable Breast Pads by Phillips AVENT! They are thin (which works to my advantage),and very absorbent. They do a very good job of preventing leaks and are very comfortable. The breast pads even have an adheasive tab on the back to keep the pad in place. The convience of a small individually wrapped pad works well for traveling. I would definately purchase this item again and recommend it to others.

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  • Title: Nothing awesome to write home about but nothing big to complain about, either.

    Unfortunately for the review (but fortunately for me!) I haven't really needed to test the "2 times more absorbent" feature yet...but I can comment on the pads overall. They have definitely changed since I last used this brand three years ago. The changes are miniscule, but were different enough to throw me for a loop, since I had to finish out my old stock before starting this box. The wrappers open differently (I liked the old version of pulling the ends) and the individual pads are kinda "stuck" together (folded in half) more and it takes a slight bit of effort to pull them apart (now that I'm used to it, it's okay). The sticky section still isn't big enough or strong enough to be useful for me, and I never use them (I just take them out completely when I feed or pump). Also, I haven't honestly noticed that they're that much thinner than the old ones I had. So overall it's a disposable breast pad--nothing awesome to write home about but nothing big to complain about, either...hence the four stars for "I like it."

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  • Title: Terrible!

    After exclusively using Lansinoh nursing pads through 2 years of breast feeding my two children, I thought I would give these a try to save a few dollars, and I'm very sorry I did. They bunch up, fall down, fold in half, or completely fall right out of the bra. They don't lay flat and are definitely not discreet under clothing. I think the main problem is that they only have one little spot of stickiness that is supposed to adhere to the bra, vs. the two spots on most other pads, therefore they just don't stay in place at all. I am very disappointed with this product and will be returning to Lansinoh nursing pads.

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  • Title: My favorite (and I've tried them all!!)

    I have tried almost every breastpad on the shelves; even the Lansinoh ones (which state they are rated #1) are inferior to this product. These have excellent absorbancy and are very comfortable. I woke up with a wet shirt almost every night before I started using these! My favorite part is that the adhesive is only on one side, so you can easily fold them down to nurse without losing the "stickiness." I have breastfed three babies, and I just discovered these on my third. It would have saved a lot of frusteration if I'd discovered them first!

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  • Title: Not As Good As The Lansinoh

    I bought these to try a new kind - they were a little less expensive than the Lansinoh I'd been buying on Amazon, so I thought I'd give them a shot. 1) They're rougher on the inside so if you're super sensitive 2) They don't seem to ""catch"" as much as the Lansinoh 3) They are stiffer than the Lansinoh."

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  • Title: Not as good as the old ones!

    These work well enough, but I prefer the old model (2 years ago). The individual packaging is nice, but not necessary. I find that the seam/crease causes the pad to fold while I am nursing. Also the crease has caused the pads to leak several times.

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  • Title: Phillips AVENT Day Breast Pads

    I got the 60-count pack and I'm somewhat disappointed due to the fact that they don't stick to my bras well. I'm constantly concerned that they may fall out causing an embarrassment. In the future, the manufacturers should design the product in such a way that the glue on the pads stick well to bras. I probably won't get this product in the future until I'm sure this has been fixed.

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  • Title: Better than any other breast pads

    I tried Tommee Tippee, Medela, Lansinoh Breast Pads and they all either fell apart or soaked right through. But, not the Avent Breastpads, they also don't lump up like others do. In my opinion these have worked the best. I now give these as gifts at Baby Showers every time.

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  • Title: Lo recomiendo

    El empaque no fue bien embalado y todos los protectores venían sueltos, fuera de la caja. Sin embargo son de buena calidad.

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  • Title: Good product and good price

    I initially bought organic and reusable cotton nursing pads, but unfortunately they were useless. They don't hold enough liquid. Since the entire pad is constructed of cotton, there is no moisture barrier between your leaky breasts and your bra. I ended up buying the disposable Avent nursing pads and have no complaints thus far. They are also cheaper than the Lansinoh disposable pads.

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  • Title: Does the job.

    I haven't had any issues with leaks, they do their job. However, I hate that they are individually wrapped. I mean they really don't need wrappers at all. It creates a ton of trash/waste.

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  • Title: Annoying

    I have been using the Avent nursing pads for 1.5mo now. Cons: 1. These pads are irritating and uncomfortable!!! You know they are there. You definitely don't want to use these if you have sore nipples. 2. They don't stick to the bra like they should. The little sticker is useless. They are constantly shifting around in your bra 3. The pads are boxed as single pads. Therefore 4. Its slightly visible through your shirt. Pros: 1. I haven't had any leaks."

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  • Title: Just okay.

    I like the Lansinoh ones better, these aren't as absorbent. These also are more visible and stick out more. I just used it once and did not re-order.

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  • Title: Works for me!

    I've used the Lansinoh, Medela, and AVENT nursing pads (as well as reusable cloth pads). I prefer to use disposable pads for work because they're less visible and are more reliable against soaking through. (While at home I always use reusable pads) I know some people complained about the thickness of these pads, but as backward as it sounds, I find that they show less because they're thicker. My issue with the Lansinoh pads is that they're so thin they bunch up really easily after just one nursing/pumping session. I can never get them to lay flat again - and who has time to mess around with that anyway? The AVENT pads hold their shape really well, don't show any more than any other pads I have (I have yet to find a pad that doesn't show at all), and are just as absorbent and comfortable. I'm sticking with these for my go-to disposable pads.

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  • Title: Preferred the Old Ones

    I bought 2 100 count boxes of these, because I didn't realize that they had changed their product. I went through the brand song and dance over 4 years ago and had decided that I liked Avent better than other brands, but they are now very similar to all the other brands. Yes, they are thinner, but a bit crinkly sounding too. I actually liked them a bit smaller around. These larger ones stick out from my bra, limiting the necklines I can wear. The crease makes them show more under clothes, and it ends in a bit of a point in the center--not exactly discreet. They aren't as soft as they used to be, and they don't keep the moisture off your skin as well as the old ones. However, they don't leak still, but I feel the need to change them more often just so I can feel dry. I dislike the individual wrapping and how you have to peel it away from itself initially, because sometimes I've forgotten to put in a nursing pad and I need one much quicker than what that packaging allows. I don't have a problem with them shifting around in either style, and I don't even use the sticker. I scored it as high as I did, because it does what it's supposed to, but I just miss the comfort of the old style.

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  • Title: Worst breast pads

    They don't stick well, and slide out of bra. Very thin wont buy again. It is very embarrassing to see your breast pad out of or shirt t work r in the store

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  • Title: They are Okay not 5 stars.

    They are okay, and I would not give them 5 at all because: A. there is only 1 sticky holding these baby's in place (which for an active mom can pose a problem) B. they tend to give you the view that your nipples protrude (in such case I would rather not have my nipples be the item of onlookers) C. you have to pull them apart which is a problem if you need to get the sticky off and put them on fast Positive about them it that I find them nice for the night time because of the absorbancy... however I prefer for the daytime Lansinoh brands. The lansinoh I find are must softer

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  • Title: Not for me

    I thought I'd try a fancy kind of breast pad and chose these. Usually I use Johnson & Johnson's plain ol pads. After trying these, "Usually" has turned in to "always." I could actually smell them after a few hours and the packaging is incredibly excessive.

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  • Title: Doable but not great

    These are fairly comfortable and sufficiently absorbent but tend to move out of place (only one small adhesive section) and fold can been seen through clothing.

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  • Title: "Day" pads

    I prefer Avent brand pads because they don't seem to have a chemical gel absorbing agent which is irritating in other brands. That said, I don't like these "Day" pads as well as the regular ones. The "Day" pads come individually wrapped which is a nuisance for me. If I want to take some extra pads in my diaper bag, I don't need them to be wrapped, I just keep them clean in a sandwich baggie. The "Day" pads also come folded in half, so they are a bit floppier than the other Avent ones which is an issue when repositioning after a feeding.

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  • Title: reordered many times

    wife needs these so I get for her... but she says that these are superior over the other brands. more absorbent but not so thick that it affects what she is wearing.

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  • Title: Great value and performance

    I've tried several brands of nursing pads - my baby is 2 months old and eating well. My breasts have leaked every day since I delivered him, so I've been going through several sets of pads every day to keep my skin dry and clean. The convenience and hygiene of the disposable pads is perfect, but the cost of buying them in small boxes from one of the baby supply stores was ridiculous. This 100-count box is a great deal I can use fewer pads each day because these are incredibly absorbent and keep the moisture away from my skin. My baby recently started sleeping 7-9 hours each night so I've been leaking A LOT during the night as my body adjusts to the new schedule. I also purchased the nighttime version of these pads but forgot to use them one night this week; the daytime pads I was wearing caught all of the leaked milk - probably an ounce per breast - and I had no trace of dampness when I woke. I'd recommend these over Gerber

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  • Title: Not as good

    The sticker is not sticky at all, if you want to breast feed and open the bra, they always fall off, very frustrating!

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  • Title: Breast pads

    OK, but its a personal preference. They worked as described but I don't like them as much as the Johnsons brand

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  • Title: off my chest

    When I purchased this item for someone it appeared in the photo to be different than what I received. Due to the nature of the item I can not return it."

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  • Title: Uncomfortable and wasteful

    These pads are uncomfortable and itchy. The sticky part does not stay. I also hate that when I put them on I have the extra step of having to throw away all the wrapping, which is also wasteful. I would not buy these again.

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  • Title: my favorite

    i've tried philips, lansinoh and evenflow pads. this is by far my favorite. better contoured than others. most breathable. a con would be the weak adhesive. i don't use it anyways tho."

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  • Title: Just don't like disposables...

    You can see them through even a padded bra. Worst of all the made my breasts so itchy. Cotton nursing pad are so much more comfortable and worth the up front cost.

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  • Title: does the job

    Great absorbancy. It claims to be invisible under clothing but I can still see them, however they are still better then most other brands I've tried.

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  • Title: Pretty good, they do the job.

    My only complaint is having only one sticky spot on the nursing pad, it makes them bunch up easier than others that have sticky spots on both sides.

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  • Title: Best disposable nursing pads!

    The other brands feel "itchy" this brand is soft and smooth and dont make it obvious that u have pads on in ure bra.

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  • Title: Comfortable, functional, discreet - using them since the day we left the hospital!

    I really like these disposable pads and was surprised to read so many negative comments. They are very absorbant; i wear these day pads overnight as well, and from someone with great milk production where i feel like i'm about to burst in the mornings, these pads to an excellent job soaking up that i've never woken up with a wet shirt. I find them comfortable, never have an issue with itchiness, most of the time forget they are even there. I agree with some others that it would be nice to have more adhesive on the back to keep them in place, but i don't really have much of an issue with them moving around too much. Maybe it has something to do with breast size and shape, but mine still stay put pretty well and i'm pretty active. I've never had them fall out when nursing. As with the packaging, i really don't understand why ppl are complaining about excess packaging.. I love that they are individually wrapped so they are convenient and hygenic to throw extras into your diaperbag or purse. And the wrappers are SO tiny, equivalent to a square and a half of toilet paper!

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  • Title: My go-to breast pads

    These are my favorite breast pads, by far. I leak quite a bit of milk and have tried a number of pads since my daughter was born. These are sturdy, absorbent and comfortable to wear. I change them quite regularly so they don't often leak - I have only had them leak once or twice at night now that my daughter is sleeping much longer stretches. (You can buy thicker 'nighttime' versions.) Even so they still hold a lot of moisture. These are individually packaged so you can throw them in a bag and not worry about them getting dirty. You can also change one at a time that way (vs. opening a packaged pair for one pad.) I tried Tommy Tippee pads and they were flimsier and in my opinion, less absorbant. I tried Johnson and Johnson pads in a pinch and they were terrible - they were really rounded (concave) and small so you had to get the in the exact right place and hope they didn't move around. The Avent pads are just gently curved so they don't need to be spot on the middle of the breast. The Lansinoh breast pads aren't bad either, but I still think Avent are more aborbent. All in all, I like these.

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  • Title: great disposable nursing pads

    I like that these are individually wrapped making them great to take on the go. They are thin and light. They don't stick very well, but stick better than Medella (in my opinion). Great value.

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  • Title: Lightweight

    So I really like these. Been using them for a few years (each time I give birth). The only thing I don't like is now they come individually wrapped whereas they didn't before. So now it creates an extra step of having to unwrap it and then toss them (more garbage too). But they work great. Def catches any leaks!

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  • Title: Not as good as johnson's

    They are soft and do the job but the countured slot sometimes opens up or gets rather thin. I like johnson's breast pads much better, they do not have adhesive strips but I do not use them anyway.

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  • Title: My favorites

    These are plenty thick and soft. Don't stick to you. They stay in place to protect from leaks (particularly at night). I have been wearing these (after trying 3-4 other kinds) for the past 5 months.

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  • Title: great

    great nursing pads. keep you dry without showing you are wearing a nursing pad. have a small slit allowing the to contour better than others I have tried.

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  • Title: It really works...

    This product is amazing. It helps to keep clothes dry. It it also too cheap. 100 count for price is great.

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  • Title: I prefer these to Madela

    At first I used Madela pads but they were very lumpy. The Avent pads absorb better and are hardly noticeable under my shirt.

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  • Title: work for me, but not what i thought.

    I have the philips avent breast pump, it came w two sets of sample pads. They were very thick so when i ordedd this i thought thats what i would be getting. Unfortunately no, these are very thin n leave an ugly crease that looks like ive stuffed my bra. BUT they hold a lot of liquid and are the best deal in terms of price i can find. I will stick to this brand and this seller.

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  • Title: itchy and not soft like the discontinued model was

    itchy and not soft like the discontinued model was. come folded instead of flat like older models did. sad the older ones were discontinued. note - many of the others itch me too but not all and not their old ones.

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  • Title: Works great, but several donwfalls

    With my first two kids I used these Phillips Avent pads while nursing and loved them. But three years later when I had my third child my local store no longer carried them, so I bought the Lansinoh ones. I really didn’t like them as much as I remembered liking the Phillips Avent ones. So I found the Phillips Avent on Amazon and bought them immediatey. When they arrived I noted they had changed the design in the last 3 years. The Good: the pads are still absorbent and prevent embarrassing leaks very well. There have been a few times where the pad was completely full and held up. Now they are individually packaged in wrappers The Bad: They are stiff and a little itchy Also because they are rather thin and stiff and come folded in half When I went back to the Lansinoh pads I noticed how much softer and more comfortable they were than the Phillips Avent. In conclusion

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  • Title: Really like these!

    I have tried many different nursing pads and really like these. They come compactly packaged, have a nice contour shape and work well. I will definitely be buying more of these!

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  • Title: can't live without them

    These are the best nursing pads I've found. They come at a great price too. I love getting them delivered with prime free two day, I never run out

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  • Title: DON'T GET THEM!

    I bought them in a hurry & thought they may be perfect. I was wrong, I should have done my research. The pads are not really absorbent & after they get a LITTLE wet they start to produce this jelly like thing that sticks to your breast & bra and quite frankly I find it unconfortable (similar to a dipper that's TOO wet). It's safe to say I won't use them again.

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  • Title: Stays soft and fresh on breast

    I tried a number of brands, and I like these ones best. I like that they are soft against the skin, they absorb milk well, and what I really like is that the pad stays well in shape and soft even when there is milk in it and after several hours of wearing it. With other pads I tried, after a few hours, the pad was crumbling, which was not pleasant and quite visible in the bra. I didn't try the night ones, because these ones are sufficient for me even during the night.

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  • Title: GREAT PRODUCT

    I had my husband run to the store to buy these because I started pumping and when I tried a sample of these products i noticed that it helped catch some milk. So I thought why not get these since i will be pumping my breastmilk more often. THANK GOD I DID!When I go to change them, they are almost full of milk that has leaked from me and they stay contained and not on my shirt. Amazing product for the price.I am in my second week of breastfeeding, so I'm not sure how it will hold up if more milk leaks from me.

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  • Title: best breast pads so far

    I have been breastfeeding for a few months now and have tried several different brands of breast pads and these are by far my favorite! I do not use the sticky tab on the back because they stay in place so well. These pads hold moisture extremely well and I have yet to have any leakage. I would definitely recommend these.

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