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We know you are trying to find the perfect pump for you. Instead of spending hours looking at different tabs and reviews, we thought we would break down the differences between Willow and other popular pumps. From there, the decision is up to you!
Today: Willow vs Momcozy.
Here’s the breakdown:
Willow pumps are designed to fit fully in-bra for discrete pumping; 2 of 3 Momcozy pumps (S9 & S12) have motors on top, which stick out of bras and are noticeable through clothing.
Willow 3.0 offers 360 degree mobility that can be worn in literally any position; Momcozy is meant to be worn upright, while still allowing the freedom to move around.
Willow 3.0 and Willow Go require you to purchase a pump set, while the Momcozy has the option of purchasing a set or an individual pump.
Willow 3.0 and Willow Go are more costly than Momcozy.
Willow pump parts can be tossed in the dishwasher for easy clean up; Momcozy parts must be hand washed.
Willow pumps are smart pumps with a mobile app included for timing and controlling pump sessions; Momcozy does not have an app.
Fits fully in-bra —no cords, no clunky motors
100% leak-proof for 360° mobility
Milk storage & collection options
Smart suction that automatically adjusts to your body
Mobile app compatible and controlled
Apple Watch compatible and controlled
App that provides access to experts and personalized content
Customer care team of moms who have pumped with the brand
Cost of 2 Pumps
The question we all want to know the answer to: How much can I multitask while I am using my wearable pump?
As a mom, your hands are full enough. You were probably drawn to the idea of a wearable pump because it freed you from being attached to a plug-in pump. Here are your mobility options.
Willow 3.0 provides 360 degree mobility, meaning you can pump in any position: laying down, bending over, you name it! Better yet, the pump won’t leak either! The 100% leak-proof capability requires the ready-to-store milk bags. Moms love the milk bags because you won’t spill a drop, and they’re so easy when pumping on the go. You don’t have to worry about transferring milk. You can pop them right in your bag, cooler, or freezer spill-free. Willow 3.0 also has reusable container options.
Willow Go's fully in-bra design allows you to pump discreetly and efficiently, while remaining upright (generally 45° mobility without leaks)Moms choose Willow Go for– you guessed it…pumping on the go, without requiring the 360° leak-proof mobility Willow 3.0 provides.
Momcozy is designed to fit in most nursing bras. You are able to move around comfortably, but unable to bend over or lie down without spilling or losing suction.
Both Willow 3.0 and Willow Go have built-in, centered motors that promote comfort, security, and mobility. They also promote the most discretion, allowing Willow moms to feel comfortable and confident in their pumping. Momcozy’s motors, however, are attached to the top of the pump and are not centered. These motors do stick out of nursing bras and can be seen through most clothing.
How long will my pump last without charging? Wearable pumps are designed with the busy mom in mind and will last several pumping sessions.
These estimates may vary based on how long your individual pumping sessions last. If your sessions are longer than average, you may need to charge your pumps more than once to make it through the day.
Here are the breakdowns of each pump’s battery life:
Willow 3.0 lasts up to 5 pumping sessions
Willow Go lasts up to 3 pumping sessions
Momcozy lasts 90 -150 minutes.
For all three pumps, it is important to make sure you use the charger that came with the pump. Should you want to charge more than one pump at a time, you will need to purchase another charger.
Willow 3.0 is designed with a zero-gravity latch to give you 360° of leak-proof mobility. It's the hands-free breast pump that changed the game.
With hospital-grade suction and a 100% comfort rating, Willow Go pumps quietly and discreetly (no dangling tubes, bottles, or external motors) so you can do it all.
Cost is a big part of your pump decision. Buying a pump is not just a decision you make, it is an investment. While most pumps qualify for insurance coverage, the amount will vary based on your insurance plan. More than likely, you will have some amount left to pay.
If the wearable pump is going to be a second pump, you will be responsible for all costs. While you want to make the best investment, you absolutely need to decide what will be best for your personal financial situation.
Willow 3.0 - $499.99
Willow Go - $349.99
Momcozy - $164.99. You also have the option of purchasing a single pump for $74.99.
Pumping modes allow you to customize your pump to your body’s needs. Some nipples respond to lighter stimulation, while others need a deeper vacuum level. See how the pumps compare when it comes to pumping modes:
Willow 3.0 offers 7 levels of adjustable suction. Willow’s Smart Suction technology automatically switches from stimulation to expression mode when you have a letdown and will make adjustments to help maximize your pumping session. The Willow 3.0 comes with 24mm breast shields included, with the option to choose inserts or flanges ranging from 13mm to 27mm at check out for an additional cost.
Willow Go offers 15 levels of adjustable suction and two modes to choose from: Stimulation (6 levels) and Expressions (9 levels). The Willow Go comes with 21mm and 24 mm breast shields included, with the ability to purchase inserts or larger sizes ranging from 13mm to 27mm
Momcozy offers 3 modes and 9 levels of intensity to find the right suction for each breast. To give you the chance to figure out which size fits you best, the Momcozy comes with a 21mm, 24mm, and 27 mm breast shield included. If none of those work for you, you have the option to purchase inserts or larger sizes.
Milk capacity is a huge decision in choosing your pump, especially if you are an overproducer. Once your pump container or bag is full, you will need to stop your session and empty the container before continuing. The bigger the capacity, the fewer stops you will have.
Willow 3.0 has a 4 oz capacity per breast, whether you choose the containers or the milk bags.
Willow Go offers the highest capacity of wearable pumps with the option between a 5 or 7 oz reusable container per breast.
TheMomcozy cups can hold 5 oz per breast at a time.
No one wants another mess added to their plate and no one wants to spend what feels like centuries washing tiny pump parts at the sink. Assembly and ease of use are a huge factor to consider when choosing your pump part. You already have to install car seats, we don’t need anything else complicated. Let’s see how the pumps square up:
Willow 3.0 is designed for easy assembly with only three parts, two of which are dishwasher-safe.
Willow Go can be assembled one-handed and has dishwasher safe parts.
While Momcozy is easy to assemble, the parts are not dishwasher-safe and should be hand washed after each use.
In the Willow App, Willow 3.0 moms can monitor their pumping session live! You can also control your pump, with play, pause, and end session buttons from both the mobile and Apple Watch apps
The Willow App provides Willow Go moms with real-time session timing, app control, personalized services, and expert-backed content to support the pumping journey.
Momcozy does not offer a mobile app for their pumps.
There are a lot of different factors to choose when selecting your wearable breast pump. At the end of the day, you need to make the decision that is best for you in your season of life. While you are deciding which pump to call your own, check out our blog and see what makes Willow stand out from the crowd.
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