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3 in 1 Breast Milk Catcher

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DOUBLE UP: BUY ONE, GET A SECOND ONE FOR 25% OFF.

  • kindestCup is safe, made from 100% food-safe silicone.
  • kindestCup is super easy to clean. Dishwasher safe.
  • Unique flange-less design fits all breast sizes and shapes.
  • Get the functionality of multiple breastfeeding products for a fraction of the cost.
  • kindestCup is breastfeeding-friendly and WHO-code compliant.
  • kindestCup empowers new parents to breastfeed with confidence.

kindestCup has been welcomed by lactation professionals all over the world. Join a growing community of breastfeeding parents who embrace simplicity and flexibility in their breastfeeding journey. 

Take kindestCup with you wherever you go!

The COMPLETE option includes a high-quality drawstring bag. Rock-climbing inspired, with lint-free satin lining and clip-on loop. Washable and reusable. Perfect for on-the-go! 

Includes: Instructions for use, recyclable paper bag

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Customer Reviews

Based on 43 reviews
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(36)
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Nolan Sarlo
It's really good.

It's really nice, just wish it was a bit bigger. Larger breasts work, but would be a bit better if it was a bit bigger.

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Bean
I wish I would have had it sooner, but after some troubleshooting it is helpful!

This is my third breastfeeding journey. I used a haaka with my first two to collect milk during feeds and to save some milk. I really like my haaka pumps, but they can work against you if you have an oversupply. My lactation consultant advised I not use the haaka in the first month of my baby's life. This was because my babies have already had trouble keeping up with how fast my flow is. Adding too much to the supply and demand of my breasts does not work out well for me. I also leak on the opposite side during feeding.... a lot. I had a friend who is also a lactation consultant recommend the kindestcup. The first time I tried it it fell off and I lost all the milk I was collecting during a feed and after it happened a second time I decided it wasn't for me. Mel, the creator of the cup reached out to help me troubleshoot and I am so grateful that she did! She sent me a video blog of a better way to get the cup to "latch" and after trying again it worked out well! I can now collect about an oz and a half of milk on the opposite side without messing with my supply. This would have been so nice to have in the very beginning so if you are expecting order it now and use it as soon as your milk comes in. Just troubleshoot a little and reach out to them if you need help because Mel is so responsive. My last note is regarding hand expression. I really could have used this thing in the first few weeks when I was engorged and sore. Instead of hand expressing milk down the shower drain, I could have been using this the whole time. I look forward to taking the cup with me when I am back on the go so I have an easy way to hand express and collect milk.

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Stephanie
Expressing > pumping, hands down

I really love my kindest cup. I use it to express a few extra ounces a day and keep a bottle or two on hand as needed. It’s perfect for that use — so much faster than cleaning and assembling pump parts day after day. I was doing that before and it very much sucked. Kindest cup takes 30 seconds to wash and dry before it’s ready to use again! So simple, practical, and thoughtfully designed (as a product designer, I appreciate this). I tend to get a few drips on my expressing hand when using it, but that’s not really the fault of the cup…just the nature of hand expressing, I think. Such a wonderful product overall — makes expressing simple and even enjoyable.

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Erin Currie Zacher

A great on the go pumping alternative

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Sarah
Wonderful tool to have!

I only wish I’d discovered this earlier! My husband gives me a hard time because there are milk sprays all over the house and the car from trying to hand express into bottles with small openings. I really appreciate how the Kindest Cup captures every drop of milk, and is easy to use! I really wish we'd had this on hand when my son was in the NICU and the nurses would only feed with bottles. I find hand expression far more efficient than pumping, so this is a wonderful tool!

Customer Reviews

Based on 43 reviews
84%
(36)
9%
(4)
0%
(0)
7%
(3)
0%
(0)
N
Nolan Sarlo
It's really good.

It's really nice, just wish it was a bit bigger. Larger breasts work, but would be a bit better if it was a bit bigger.

B
Bean
I wish I would have had it sooner, but after some troubleshooting it is helpful!

This is my third breastfeeding journey. I used a haaka with my first two to collect milk during feeds and to save some milk. I really like my haaka pumps, but they can work against you if you have an oversupply. My lactation consultant advised I not use the haaka in the first month of my baby's life. This was because my babies have already had trouble keeping up with how fast my flow is. Adding too much to the supply and demand of my breasts does not work out well for me. I also leak on the opposite side during feeding.... a lot. I had a friend who is also a lactation consultant recommend the kindestcup. The first time I tried it it fell off and I lost all the milk I was collecting during a feed and after it happened a second time I decided it wasn't for me. Mel, the creator of the cup reached out to help me troubleshoot and I am so grateful that she did! She sent me a video blog of a better way to get the cup to "latch" and after trying again it worked out well! I can now collect about an oz and a half of milk on the opposite side without messing with my supply. This would have been so nice to have in the very beginning so if you are expecting order it now and use it as soon as your milk comes in. Just troubleshoot a little and reach out to them if you need help because Mel is so responsive. My last note is regarding hand expression. I really could have used this thing in the first few weeks when I was engorged and sore. Instead of hand expressing milk down the shower drain, I could have been using this the whole time. I look forward to taking the cup with me when I am back on the go so I have an easy way to hand express and collect milk.

S
Stephanie
Expressing > pumping, hands down

I really love my kindest cup. I use it to express a few extra ounces a day and keep a bottle or two on hand as needed. It’s perfect for that use — so much faster than cleaning and assembling pump parts day after day. I was doing that before and it very much sucked. Kindest cup takes 30 seconds to wash and dry before it’s ready to use again! So simple, practical, and thoughtfully designed (as a product designer, I appreciate this). I tend to get a few drips on my expressing hand when using it, but that’s not really the fault of the cup…just the nature of hand expressing, I think. Such a wonderful product overall — makes expressing simple and even enjoyable.

E
Erin Currie Zacher

A great on the go pumping alternative

S
Sarah
Wonderful tool to have!

I only wish I’d discovered this earlier! My husband gives me a hard time because there are milk sprays all over the house and the car from trying to hand express into bottles with small openings. I really appreciate how the Kindest Cup captures every drop of milk, and is easy to use! I really wish we'd had this on hand when my son was in the NICU and the nurses would only feed with bottles. I find hand expression far more efficient than pumping, so this is a wonderful tool!