Best shops according to redditors

We found 6,495 Reddit comments discussing the best shops. We ranked the 4,059 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Shops:

u/asifmynamewassega · 572 pointsr/politics

“Listen, I have- people tell me all the time, smart people, ok, and I know because I was with them. This deal is terrible, and as everyone knows, very unfair with the Mueller witch hunt. When I talk to you guys, reporters aren’t- they don’t print either this or that. But we have a fantastic budget coming, and I think it’s great, everyone is going to love it. Just fantastic. And you’ll see about the wall.”

Edit: thanks for my first gold and the new threads.

u/IprovideCONTENT · 151 pointsr/politics

Can you just imagine what Muellers office must look like?

The mental image I like is that of the old detective shows. You know how they have a wall of suspect photos, all linked by some red string? Well I envision Muellers team has something like that.... but it takes up all the walls of a airplane hanger.

I’m looking forward to the day Trump is headed to court to face the music. I’ll be wearing my new Muller Time shirt some redditor here made. It’s gonna be a great day indeed.

u/icametodropbombs · 150 pointsr/politics

You know who has a pile of shit on Trump? Mueller. He's watching. Always watching.

Remember when Trumps lawyer told him this would all be over by Thanksgiving? Then Christmas? Then New Years? lol Trump is so fucked and his shitty team of 3 white collar lawyers are not only in over their heads, a few of them maybe wrapped up in all of this.

Why would anyone be trumps lawyer? It isn't the money, cause he has none. It isn't the fame, cause youll just be infamous. So why rep Trump? Hubris. lol glhf. I actually bought that tshirt posted in a thread yesterday and I'm gonna pass it down to my kids someday like a concert tshirt.

u/faithfulidiot · 120 pointsr/politics

All RICO all day, baby!

Like I told my parents, we are witnessing history. Today seems like a good day to wear my new Mueller time shirt that someone posted here last week. Someday, I'm going to pass that down to my kids like a concert T-shirt. ill be telling them stories about the day the Mueller dropped the hammer on the president. edit: Can't find original post but got it here.

u/anck_su_namun · 71 pointsr/BabyBumps

Hi! I’m back!!
Although I thoroughly intend to write my birth story when I’m ready, I just finished my first piece since the baby arrived so in celebration, I’ll pair it with something useful.

I really appreciated posts like this while I was pregnant so here goes:

Things I didn’t know I needed:
(AKA things I have frantically ordered on amazon at or around 2am)

Bottle Drying Rack This probably seems obvious, but when we didn’t get this from our showers we were like... idk why we can’t just use a towel??

Safe way to cosleep My husband built a BEAUTIFUL Sidecar Crib, but it was attached on my side of the bed and it took 2.5 weeks for me to have healed enough to climb in bed around it safely with the baby. This way, I didn’t have to bend over to pick up baby or even spit up to check on/soothe him.

Lactation Suppliment My lactation consultant approved. This one worked well in my breakfast tea.

Better flanges My poor nipples were so sore and the flames that come with the Medela... well I’m not sure who they’re supposed to fit but not me. My doula practically ordered these for me. GAME CHANGER.

Pumping bra I was cutting holes in sports bras. This is better.

Nipple Shells Another kind reddittor sent me in the direction of this AMAZING INVENTION after I posted a photo of ice packs tied to my nipples with a burp cloth because I refused to wear a shirt my nipples hurt so bad. I will be purchasing these for EVERY PREGNANT WOMAN FOREVER. They keep your nipples dry, collect drips, apply counter pressure to keep your nipples shaped correctly for latching, and most importantly omg nothing touches the precious nips and you can wear a shirt!!

Car mirror

Me: that seems extra, he’s in a car seat and safe why would I need a mirror??


Car adapter for my breast pump Cheaper than batteries

Shade for his side of the car because anything that wakes up my sleeping baby is the devil. This one has a bonus that allowed me to roll the window down and it was HOT in the south

Better suction for the breast pump Again- just better than whatever they send you

My Breast Friend we got the boppy but this one saved my back

Heating pad Turns out I’ll do ANYTHING to keep the baby asleep when I transfer him to his crib including preheat the darn thing (on low!) before I lay home down

Stroller Caddy You’ll want somewhere to put your keys, phone, and coffee

Baby K’tan An easier way for my husband to wear the baby.

Leggings I had a pair of these before, and they are SO COMFORTABLE on my postpartum body that I bought 5 more in different colors!

•Extra pump parts for whichever pump you have

•A hands-up swaddle I found at Target


Anyway, hope this helps! Best of luck to all of you!

u/kummerspect · 43 pointsr/AskWomen

This is the worst! Deodorant can help if you're not doing a ton of walking. The most effective barrier for me is Spanx, but they make that weird swishing sound. I recently discovered these thigh bands. They work ok, but they shift a lot, so I'm constantly readjusting. They're better than nothing.

u/alittlekink · 37 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I shop on Amazon because I get gift cards for work (camgirl). I'll list whatever I find in my order history - Apologies if it includes anything discontinued. I shop on and as I am Canadian, so I'll include finds from both.


Bombsheller octopus leggings - They don't carry these on Amazon anymore, but last I checked, they do allow you to pay via Amazon on their website. The size chart was off when I first ordered them so I exchanged them for a size up, and the company was very accomodating. The leggings are comfy and sturdy.

Jellyfish socks - Adorable and well made. Definitely plan to purchase more designs from this seller.

Snowpants - I don't wear these a lot since I'm more the summer outdoorsy type, but they were excellent for walking my ex's dog in the winter and I still occasionally wear them for running errands on foot when it's really cold out.

Burned velvet leggings - I bought these in "blurple" and adore them. They're slightly sheer, so I wear other leggings underneath (these ones from eBay do the trick).

Anna-Kaci search result link - Anna-Kaci is an awesome vendor with well priced attire. I listed the vendor since the specific items I purchased are no longer available.

Thigh high socks - I have found these cheaper on, but this was the first pair I bought. Cute and sturdy! I now have 3 more pairs on their way!

Zebra print scarf - I was impressed by the quality of this one. I did donate it when I was gifted a similar scarf in black/gray as I try not to keep duplicates of non-essentials, but I would still have it otherwise.

Timberland knee high boots - Bought these in black, and they are probably one of my favorite Amazon purchases ever. If I were to ever re-buy these, I'd go a half size up, as I had to get them professionally stretched once they arrived, but holy fuck I love these boots. Waterproof, and fantastic quality. They're my go-to boots and I wear them more than any other piece of footwear I own.

Underbust belt - I'm not huge on the price tag, only because I once bought a nearly identical one on clearance pre-breast-augmentation. I'm glad I was able to buy this one post-op since the old one stopped fitting though. Will buy in more colors if they ever go on sale.

Booties - Pleasantly surprised by the quality! Will definitely consider buying more if I ever want/need them in different colors. Comfier for longer wear than most of my other heels, too.

Suspender Skirt - I love this thing so much, I bought two more on eBay after buying this one in black. This one's definitely better quality than the other two, though. I'd recommend wearing them with a shorts slip since there's not a lot of length to them. I'm actually really sad that they don't ship this to Canada anymore, otherwise I'd buy a couple more colors.

Beechfield beanie - This is definitely more my style when it comes to fit, but isn't as warm as the cable knits. Definitely one of my go-to hats.


Wet look batwing top - Surprised by the fit/quality for the price. Fabric looks/feels a bit cheap but overall the piece is well made.

Chunky cable knit beanies - I ordered this hat in olive, mustard, and teal. They're comfy, warm, and feel well made. I find them to be a little too bulky for my head, so I'm trying to stretch them out/break them in a bit. Definitely personal preference though, and not a quality issue.

Glitter loafers with spikes - They're gorgeous, but not high quality. I'd put them under "meh" for lifespan, but I did love them up until they started falling apart.

Holo creepers - I really need to wear these more, but my day-to-day fashion is much more casual and I don't party like I used to. Working my way towards wearing them more. The quality is decent but I don't think they'll last forever.

JollyChic search result link - JollyChic is great for cheap-ish stuff. I've bought from them a number of times and rarely been disappointed. Some of their synthetic stuff smells chemically at first (shiny leggings being one) but the smell dissipates after a couple washes. Their customer service is also stellar. Shared the search results since the specific items I ordered are no longer listed.

Iron Fist sweater - Bought in a size small, fits more like a medium. Will be shrinking it.

Waist belt - Great quality for the price (~$13CAD if I recall correctly). Fit is a little stiff, so it can look a little boxy with some outfits as it isn't flexible around curves, but overall still nice.


Faux fur vest #1 - Not the worst quality, but definitely felt cheaper than a couple other vests I own. Ended up selling it since the size chart was off and I didn't love it enough to exchange it for the right size.

Faux fur vest #2 - Slightly lower quality than #1, but same deal - Size chart was inaccurate, but not worth exchanging so I sold it.

Thermal leggings - Smelled awful at first, but it went away overtime. They are still pretty warm even after washing/wearing them for a couple years now, but they pill, so they're not the most aesthetically pleasing. Great for layering, but would not buy again.

Skull cardigan - It's cute and cozy. I wear it around the house more than out, since I noticed after washing it that the bottom corners started curling up a bit due to shrinkage. Also wish it was a tad bit longer.

Spiked slouch beret - The creases are a little harder than I wanted/expected, so I'm trying to stretch it out/break it in a bit. I have other hats that I like more though, so this one doesn't get a lot of love and might just end up being donated.

Leg warmers - Quality-wise, they should be in the "loves" section, but I bought these back when I was on a wild spree to better prepare myself for winter, and while I do love how warm they are, the patterns/colors just aren't my style.

Digital print tanks - The quality is about what I expected for the material, but I found the fit to be off on most of them (especially in the armpit area). I modified a few for a better fit, but mostly I wear them as slips now. The material is perfect for layering under sweaters that normally "grab" onto cotton camis. They can definitely be found cheaper elsewhere, though.

Fleece lined leggings - I bought these in damask, which I guess is no longer available. They're completely matted on the inside now, and not what I'd call "fleece lined" anymore. Still pretty on the outside, but definitely no good for warmth.

Downright Awful

OURS vendor search results - Seriously, don't buy anything from OURS. Their photos are stolen from other brands and the quality of their clothes are laughably poor. I threw them away rather than donate them because I knew that they would never be rebought, even at thrift store prices. They were the worst. Woooorst.

Bikini - The shittiest shit that ever shitted. Everything about it was just awful.

u/Zemedelphos · 28 pointsr/gifs
u/lucasgelfond · 22 pointsr/Watches

Timex Weekender

Price: $25

Movement: Quartz

Style: Casual

Size: 38mm

Link: Timex, Amazon, and Image

Description: Many a first watch, this casual beater is what turned myself an a lot of this community on to watches. It goes with everything and its remarkably fun to pair with a NATO.

u/bankerman · 21 pointsr/onebag
u/enterstip · 19 pointsr/politics

Buckle up boys, because it’s Mueller Time!!

Edit: thanks to the person below for the xmas idea.

u/GamerSwagnamite · 16 pointsr/FullmetalAlchemist
u/Amykat322 · 14 pointsr/Mommit

If you are breastfeeding/pumping I LOVED this pumping bra. I would pump at night while washing dishes or bottles. Lol. Made life easy. I also agree with the above comments- nose frida snot sucker is amazing and I LOVE my ergo!

Simple Wishes Hands-Free Breastpump Bra, Pink, XS-L

u/AaronDoud · 11 pointsr/onebag

They exist. There is even an AmazonBasics one. I think people who travel a lot (enough to care about one bag travel) don't have a problem with spending a few hundred on the right bag.

But for those who are just getting into this and are not sure using what they have or even buying a "cheap" bag makes sense.

Bag I mentioned:

u/sad_toast · 10 pointsr/streetwear

aye dude fuck what people say its a nice looking watch and its pretty cheap. I have gotten more compliments on that watch than any of my other watches. You can also get it in silver. Those are the two main watches I wear

u/_becca · 10 pointsr/beyondthebump

Can't recommend the Simple Wishes pumping bra enough. I just pull up my shirt, unclip or pull down whatever I have on as a bra or undershirt, and zip the bra on. It takes like ten seconds and allows me to get a ton of work done while pumping. It's around $30 and has held up really well for me. They sell the same one at Target (branded as Lansinoh) but it doesn't come with the extra extender thing included like the Amazon one does.

When my SIL had her baby a month after I had mine, she unexpectedly had to start exclusively pumping her first week PP, and I bent over backwards to deliver her one of these bras the day she started. That's how essential it is to me! She bought a second one the next day.

Aside from pumping bras, you could also consider Pumpin' Pals. They allow you to lean back when you're pumping instead of having to awkwardly hunch forward. I haven't tried them myself but I've heard good things.

u/babycamelopard · 10 pointsr/bigboobproblems

I’m 10 months postpartum and a 30G and I sooo feel you. That said, here are the two bras that worked for me!

Wacoal Women's Maternity Contour...

Freya Women's Pure Uw Moulded...

I also recommend this wraparound bra for pumping (it goes over any existing bra or just over your boobs and is super adjustable) instead of a dedicated pumping bra, if you end up doing that:

Simple Wishes Signature Hands...

Good luck and congrats on your baby!!

u/logiman · 10 pointsr/masseffect

I did a review just for this post. Hope you guys enjoy.

u/Acricaloris · 9 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

Just bought this today:

If you don't think slim fit will work for you, there's one in regular fit for even cheaper.

u/shinbr · 9 pointsr/Watches

Link To Album

Hey r/watches! This is my concise collection of budget watches. I’ve been collecting for about a year now and have been having a great time with the hobby. As a student, I can’t really afford anything expensive, so I’ve been looking for budget pieces with good value. Here are my pieces:

Sea-Gull 1963 : Got this from Long Island Watch and it has been great. I initially had a problem with a pusher falling out, but I emailed Marc and he sent me a replacement right away. The customer service at Long Island Watch is phenomenal; Marc responded within a few hours of my email the day after Christmas. He even offered to upgrade me to the sapphire version, though I declined because I prefer the acrylic.

Nodus Trieste : This is a great diver from a new microbrand out of California. I got the STP 1-11 version, though the version with the Seiko movement is probably a better value. I love how this watch resembles the Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe, but avoids being an homage. The unique umbrella hands are also a great touch. The watch runs well within the promised +/- 5 sec a day, losing about 5 sec per week. I haven’t seen any on this sub, so let me know if you want a review.

Seiko SNK807 : This was my first automatic and I honestly couldn’t be happier with it. The lack of hacking and handwinding is kind of a bummer, but for under $60 I can’t complain at all. I put a high dome on it and polished the bezel a little bit ago in order to keep things interesting.

The straps on the Nodus and the Seagull are from I really like the NATO on the Nodus, but I’d stay away from the leather NATOs. The strap on the Seiko is from Barton , and I 10/10 would recommend.

u/HauteCocao · 8 pointsr/Maniac

Correct! I purchased that exact model for my costume! Edit: Also, the adjustment on the watch band can be a bit tricky, this video will help.

u/used_to_sleep · 8 pointsr/beyondthebump

Hmmm...double pump, electric or manual? If electric, totally buy this...I used it ALL the time at work!!

u/ILyxie · 8 pointsr/beyondthebump

Have you tried a pumping bra? It holds me up and in place and theres no wiggle room for the flanges.

I use this one.

I'm so sorry it's been so hard.

u/Nixtrix · 8 pointsr/Watches

I always assumed this type of lens was just called domed because of its shape. While I can't help you much more beyond that i have found the watch for you on Amazon (1, 2, 3, 4) and they are slightly above your price point of $500 but hopefully an extra $50 isn't too much for you to get the watch you want. :)

u/OMGTehAwsome · 8 pointsr/fitbit

I bought three leather and one canvas watch straps by Barton, though any quick-release 22mm band will do. The pins on the Versa are just a tiny bit elongated, so you will need to replace the pins on the watch band with longer ones, though you can remove the pins from the FitBit silicone band if you're not using it. Here's a picture of mine, taken right now.

u/yakjockey · 8 pointsr/politics
u/thatgotmegood · 7 pointsr/Watches

Casio A168. Classic. I have about $30k worth of watches and I was stoked to pick one of these up.

Casio Men's Vintage A168WA-1YES Electro Luminescence Watch

u/TheDutchWonder · 7 pointsr/TeenFA

I would suggest a black watch of some sort, as casios are my favorite, I can use those as an example.


Retro - my favorite

Different retro



Not all 100% black, but they at least got a little bit of black in them. I think part of wearing a watch is being able to balance how busy it looks on your wrist with how busy the rest of your outfit is. If you're going for streetwear, wearing a flashy watch is a lot easier than for someone going for a business casual look (of course there are exceptions). I'd say look at these and see if any would mesh with your wardrobe. Even if not, get the calculator one or the analog minimal one just to experiment with watches. They're cheap and it's fun as hell.

u/tanhan27 · 7 pointsr/blunderyears

Haha yeah it's $18 on Amazon

Sweet of you to offer to buy it for me. I'll just ask my wife to get it for me for Father's day or something haha

u/aleii1 · 7 pointsr/Parenting

I also had a difficult time breastfeeding so I switched to exclusive pumping. My son is now 13 months old, and I still pump. I have a few tips which might help.

1 - she needs to have a good pumping bra in order to leave her hands-free. I didn't know this at the beginning and spent so much time holding the pump flanges for 20+ minutes at a time, while hurting my hands because you have to keep them still to retain suction. Now, I pump while I'm eating dinner, on the computer, while feeding my son a bottle of pumped milk, or even while traveling in the car. This is the bra that I use and its great. It's got velcro in the back and holds well. I could not have made it without this bra. I can still pump while holding my 13 month old son, using this bra (though its awkward!)

2 - The first 3 months is when supply gets solidified, so be very sure what she wants to do before dropping pumps. Its more difficult to reestablish a supply than continue a good one, of course. But its always an option to supplement with formula, which I did as well.

3 This board is for exclusive pumpers and it is insanely active hah. Any questions posted there will get a very quick response.

Its tough but consider pumping at least twice a day to keep giving your baby the antibodies - apparently if you pump less, the concentration of antibodies is higher.

u/Epidata · 7 pointsr/LSD not OP, but I have these and they're absolutely trippy!

u/dominict_ · 7 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

If you're looking for a nice and affordable watch, check out these options. They're going to be much better than the quartz watches ASOS offers.

Timex Weekender -

Timex Weekender Chronograph -

Seiko 5 -

u/[deleted] · 7 pointsr/Watches
u/Kalahan7 · 7 pointsr/onebag

I did a month in Vietnam recently using the €35 AmazonBasics backpack

It went fantastic. Highly recommend. Sturdy as hell, fully featured. It became my go-to travel bag/suitcase.

  • Build quality was great. Hold up perfectly. No wear and tear
  • Overall base weight was pretty high at 1,7 Kg but I never had airlines actually weighing carry on bags.
  • The thing has measurements that fit every carry on requirements I could find. But again, never had an airline measure my check in bag before.
  • Expandable. If you want some extra space (outside of what airlines typically allow) you can expand the bag to increase in size.
  • Folds open like a suitcase
  • laptop sleeve
  • Lockable zipper on main compartment
  • compression straps
  • removable shoulder and hip strap
  • backpack straps can be tucked away
  • 2 strong handles. inner mesh pocket
  • trolley sleeve
  • "middle front" pocket with some basic organisation
  • front pocket for easy access to flight documents
  • Generally comfortable to carry. Straps were padded enough and has some basic back ventilation
  • Light gray internal fabric which makes it visually easier to find things in your bag.
  • No water bottle pockets on the side, something I did miss.
u/canadian_grease · 6 pointsr/Watches

I've had more compliments on my $15 A168 than all of my other watches combined. Seriously.

It's also one of my favorite watches.

u/coppernecas · 6 pointsr/BabyBumps

Spectra hands down. Pretty much any cups will work with the right adapters. Any pump combo can be hands free with a bra designed for pumping (there are lots with specific folds to hold the flanges.
I just put this on top after I loosened my bra and pulled it up:

I don't think Freemie is quite as covert as intended, more so than others, but I wouldn't buy it just to be hands free.

u/rnatho · 6 pointsr/beyondthebump

I exclusively pumped for a year! My boy was born at 37 weeks and just wasn’t big enough to get a good latch, so I began pumping when his weight gain wasn’t where it should be. Here’s some tips that kept my sanity throughout that year.

  1. Join an exclusive pumpers support group. There are several very good ones on Facebook.
  2. Invest in a good pumping bra. This was my favorite.
    Simple Wishes Signature Hands Free Pumping Bra, Patented, Pink, X-Small/Large
  3. Pump at the same intervals that you are feeding the babe. It will be exhausting in the beginning, but as you drop feedings, you will drop pumps and it will be more manageable.
  4. Sunflower lecithin is a miracle worker if you get a stubborn clog.

    You can do this! Best of luck!
u/sirbroseiden · 6 pointsr/ecommerce

Just order them here.

u/31337hacker · 5 pointsr/StrangerThings

This is the one I have:

Classic design. It's a bit different.

u/meredithaultre · 5 pointsr/BreastPumps

This is the best one ever
Simple Wishes Signature Hands Free Pumping Bra, Patented, Soft Pink, XS-Large

u/gonhavebaby · 5 pointsr/BabyBumps

Gah that pisses me off to no end. "Oh here, fight for our country and enjoy your shitty benefits"...

I had the pump in style. Whatever you do, get a double electric pump, and a pumping band. Lets you go hands free while you pump so you can surf the interwebs, etc - this lets you distract yourself from the actual process and relax, letting your milk pump easier.

u/chailatte_gal · 5 pointsr/workingmoms

I use this one u/yourenomatch

Simple Wishes Signature Hands Free Pumping Bra, Patented, Pink, XS-Large

u/remembertosmilebot · 5 pointsr/breastfeeding

Did you know Amazon will donate a portion of every purchase if you shop by going to instead? Over $50,000,000 has been raised for charity - all you need to do is change the URL!

Here are your smile-ified links:



^^i'm ^^a ^^friendly bot

u/chill1217 · 5 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

Looks like amazon has similar pricing, more colors/sizes, and probably cheaper if you don't have tax or if you use a credit card for cash back.

u/bitch-cat · 5 pointsr/Oct2019BabyBumps


I’ve lived in these since my last pregnancy. The band extenders come in especially handy since your rib cage will expand. No underwire, removeable cups, nursing access for after baby comes, and they are comfortable enough to sleep in. Cheap too. In my experience they just grow and grow and grow 😳

u/xristiantj · 5 pointsr/sffpc

Hand carried my PC build (using the Silverstone Milo ) from Boston to Singapore in this backpack. No issues at TSA and no issues with the airlines either (flew American Airlines from Boston to NYC, Japan Airlines from NYC to Japan and Japan to Singapore). Packed the keyboard, mouse, and 24" AOC Monitor into my check in suitcase.

u/WildOnTop · 5 pointsr/politics

You mean justice served cold! ^im ^the ^artist

u/meklovin · 4 pointsr/streetwear

I for my part go with this casio for almost 2 years now. My absolute favorite. Also have this one and considering buying a) or b).

Definitely going to buy this Braun watch, either in white or black. Iconic.

u/noushieboushie · 4 pointsr/BabyBumps

We started doing a bottle feeding every night or every other night at about three weeks (that way we were far enough in to avoid nipple confusion). I currently work full time and my husband is a stay at home dad. My baby nurses while I'm home and takes my milk from a bottle when I'm at work.

When you introduce the bottle, make sure your husband is the only one feeding her with it (you're not even around). If the baby sees you, smells you, etc. it might be much more difficult. Have him switch which sides he feeds baby on, and take little breaks so the baby can process feeling full. Only use slowflow nipples (you should never need to use bigger ones).

Here's my pumping and feeding system:

I get up early and pump for about 30 min. while I eat breakfast (I have a double pump with this, it is a big time saver). I get ready for work and then I wake her up to nurse before I leave. She goes back to bed, I go to work, and dad feeds her my pumped milk during the day. (She drinks about 18 oz while I'm gone.)

I pump at work during my lunch hour. When I get home I pump before I feed her. Then I feed her pretty much all evening.

So three prolonged pumping sessions supply her with her daily milk. On the weekends I freeze the extra (just in case it's needed).

I think it's important to pump in the morning--you will probably wake up with lots! Also, pumping BEFORE you feed her can be really helpful--the pump will only get the most readily available milk, and your baby will be able to get the deeper reserves. Plus, that will stimulate increased milk production. I know some moms who get up at night to pump if their baby sleeps through the night. Check out

u/Redditor111310 · 4 pointsr/breastfeeding

Simple Wishes Hands-Free Breastpump Bra, Pink, X-Small-Large

La-Reve Hands-Free Nursing Pumping Bra - Maternity Breastfeeding Nursing Bra- Breastpump Bra - Pumping Bra Cotton - The Perfect Gift for Every Mother,Light Pink,Large Plus

These are the two I have.

u/lhinFTW · 4 pointsr/breastfeeding

Definitely both. I also work 3 days a week. My baby only nurses from one side at a time (usually), but I always pump both using a handsfree bra (Simple wishes, These days at 10 months, I can often get away with only pumping once during my 8 hours work day. Especially since she always wants to nurse a bunch right when I get home.

u/dandanmichaelis · 4 pointsr/breastfeeding

So I feed my 3 month old daughter at about 5:30-6:00AM. I usually leave my house around 7:00. I've been power pumping the last few days to increase my pumping output (20 min on, 10 min rest, 10 min on, 10 rest, 10 on, and quit) but normally I would only pump 20-25 minutes. After that first pump of the day I pump at 11:00 for 25 min and then again at 3:00 for 25 min. Those sessions usually get me enough milk for the next day at daycare (four 4 oz bottles so total of 16 ounces). I'm going to start pumping right before bed to maybe work up a little stash! The car pump gets me the most output since it's earlier in the morning.

I have the Spectra S2. I really like it. I think it retails around $300 in the US if insurance wouldn't buy it. If you are committed to pumping while at work I would definitely invest in a dual, hospital grade pump. My pumping bra is this one. When I'm ready to pump I just pull my shirt and bra up and strap on the pumping bra. So far I have no complaints! I have yet to find a pumping bra I would wear in replacement of a real bra.

When pumping make sure to have the correct fitting breast flanges! That's really important. Mine were too small and my supply started dropping just after a week. The correct fitting ones make a big difference in comfort and output.

Umm... DRINK all the water and EAT all the food!

That's kind of a review of my setup :)

u/damstraight4 · 4 pointsr/ecommerce

You can also purchase these from this fine site

u/Cat_Wings · 4 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

On Amazon they have "womens" and "unisex" versions of the weekender listed.

Or perhaps she would like a swatch? I recently got this one and I love it. It's fun and colorful and comfortable.

u/ttctoss · 4 pointsr/BabyBumps

My biggest cheap maternity clothes wins so far have come on Amazon.

Fleece-lined tights (basically socially-acceptable sweatpants), 6 for $30. Not maternity-specific, but I'm 25 weeks and still have plenty of room to grow in these. Have literally just rotated through these every day for the last 4 months. Tights link.

Nursing bras, 3 for $30. Got this pro tip from a girlfriend, you'll probably need nursing bras anyway and they're comfy and stretchy enough for maternity boobs. No more underwires near these titties! Nursing bras.

u/moolissa714 · 4 pointsr/breastfeeding

I'm the same size as you and these bras from Amazon in size large are perfect:

They're the same style that Motherhood Maternity sells, but much cheaper! And they're super comfy.

u/bookmonkey786 · 4 pointsr/onebag

I'll let you in on a secret, you can get away with a perfectly affordable backpacks under $100 that will meet most of your needs. Above that it is specific features and looks. People can and have travel for months across Europe with just a Jansport backpack. But a nicer more expensive bag is totally worth it for the features it offers, but you should really KNOW what you want. Some features are must have for some people and totally useless deal breakers for others. I didnt know what bag was perfect for me until I had traveled a while and and tested a few bags.

The low end is Amazon basics gets the job done for cheap if you want to test thing out this will work fine, lacks good padded hip belt so if you're sensitive weight its not as good.

[Osprey Farpoint],( mid tier bag, can be found for less than $100 occasionally. One of the most common backpacking bag around, hood basic travel backpack with great quality and track record.

Chase Reeves does a good comparison of various higher end travel bags if you see something you like you can look for more reviews of it, most will be inside your budget.

u/Fliptoe · 3 pointsr/EDC

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I'm also typically carrying my Galaxy S8 and a pair of Shure Se535s.

u/focusmitch · 3 pointsr/Watches

Firstly, buy a Seiko 5. I paid £55 for [mine] ( and I am in love. You cannot get more for you money anywhere. Date and day, automatic movement, luminescent dial.

Like all new collectors, my real grail is proper in-house movement (just saw this in another post [A. Lange & Söhne movement] (, this is watch we live for, dream of and hope one day we'll be lucky enough to own). Once you get interested in movements and the passion of horology it's hard to respect these fashion brands. That said, all new brands have to start somewhere.

Furthermore, my collection is very humble and I'm not a watch snob (I don't snub cheap watches - it's fashion watches I dislike). Here's my collection:

  • [Classic digital Casio stainless steel] ( £15 paid
  • [Timex Outdoor watch] ( £25 paid
  • [Seiko 5] ( £52 paid - looks much better in real life. I love the shape of watch case.
  • [Rossling & Co.] ( $150 paid. I've actually got the gold watch with blued hands but it's been taken of the website (out of stock presumably).
  • [Mondaine Simply Elegant Ladies, mesh bracelet] ( £225 paid (yup I bought the "ladies" model because the men's was too large for my wrists).

    Can't wait to add some more automatic and mechanical movements to my collection. I need to add some watches from brands with great provenance and heritage, but I'm new to this and working with tight budgets. One thing I can say is that I won't ever buy a Gucci or Armani watch or any fashion brand.

    When looking at brands without watchmaking provenance, Montblanc is a great example of how to do it right. They're relatively new to watchmaking but they're doing it with passion and care. As I say, every new watchmaking brand has to start somewhere - like every new collector - the key is passion.
u/cpmsmith · 3 pointsr/FrugalMaleFashionCDN

Short answer: yes.

Ruthless as it is, I've tried stuff on in stores and then bought it on Amazon for cheaper—I've got some boots on the way now. I've also gotten a couple of staple watches for pretty good prices, but all of this is related to the fact that I have prime. Sometimes it's a weird system, as in the case of those boots, but if you're willing to learn how to work with it you can find pretty good stuff.

u/LBluth21 · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

I've nursed my twins for 16 months now (and pumped at work for months 3-11). Here's my thoughts:

Bottles: I got tommee tippee. Medela makes bottles for the pump you can pump right into. My girls loved them, but they drank the milk SO FAST. Even the "slow flow" nipples were way too much. Everyone told me to get so many bottles but we were fine with about 10 between the two of them. I'd get no more than a couple of any brand to try before committing.

Formula: You don't need more than a small can on hand. It goes pretty far if you're just using it to supplement. They also sell these ready to use "nursettes" that just come with a disposable nipple you can screw on. This is probably what they'll have at the hospital. Depending on the hospital you can probably also get them to send a couple of packs of it home if you ask. Super convenient.

Pump: You need a pumping bra. Life changing. I had this and loved it. Also Lasinoh makes great bags that are great for storing/transporting the milk and cheaper and tougher than the medela bags.

Other: You might want to get some of the cheap nursing tanks that you can wear under any kind of shirt. Then you can just wear regular clothes out and about, and lift up the outer layer and pop down the tank without having to expose post-baby stomach.

Other than that, it's kind of personal preference. I never used lanolin or nursing pads, despite buying a ton. I leaked for the first two weeks and then never again. And I ended up liking a throw pillow better than any of the big nursing pillows.

Good luck! The book "Work. Pump. Repeat" is a fun informative read for those of us who like to be over-prepared ;)

u/itcouldbespaghetti · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

Not related to this specific pump but the postpartum nurse at my birth/childcare/breastfeeding/all the things class said to buy a hands free pumping bra like this guy -

She also mentioned to bring it to the hospital, not sure if that’s a thing you need to do but thought I would pass the info along. I’m thinking about the S2 as well.

u/exhaustedinor · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

Not so much to comment on the one side but more your mention of a free hand. I use this (sorry for the crappy link formatting): Simple Wishes Hands-Free Breastpump Bra, Pink, X-Small-Large

It works really well and I feel like one of those stock photo moms pumping and using my laptop at the same time.

u/heartwell · 3 pointsr/breastfeeding

I love my Spectra -- well as much as one can love a machine that sucks your nipples. I started pumping in the hospital with a Medela Symphony, and I get so much more milk with the Spectra.

I exclusively pumped for several weeks while LO was getting the hang of latching, so here are some tips:

I'd recommend getting a power invertor so you can pump in the car if you ever need to. I have this one from Amazon and it works great.

Prepare a "pump bag" to hold all your supplies -- hands-free bra (I have the Simple Wishes bra), pump, storage bags and bottles, permanent marker to label storage bags, a little container of olive oil to lube up my flanges (helps to prevent rubbing), small kitchen rags to wipe up milk, extra pump parts, etc. I use an LL Bean tote bag to transport everything.

In between pumps, I store all my pump parts in a gallon ziploc bag and stick it in the fridge so I don't have to wash them after every pump.

u/danipitas · 3 pointsr/breastfeeding

Have to use a pumping bra or hold it. This one is great and you can Velcro adjust the size to whatever size you need for it. Stick the breast shields in and then you are hands free.
Simple Wishes Signature Hands Free Pumping Bra, Patented, Pink, XS-Large

u/I_pity_the_fool · 3 pointsr/masseffect

The amazon reviews are superb

As a Krogan who loves his guns, I found that I often had trouble carrying all of them around. I wanted a backpack to lug them about to and from Palaven to help in my fight against the reapers. Unfortunately, backpacks are made on Earth, so most are developed for humans. I contacted the Shadow Broker about a fix for my dilemma. He pointed me to the Pangolin backpack, which would comfortably fit the shape of my hump. It was a bit pricey, but worth the cost. Now I can carry my Revenant, my Graal Spike Thrower, AND my Widow easily wherever I go.


After the genophage was cured, I decided to foster krogan babies. Long story! Anyway, I wanted to spare no expense for my babies. They needed a tough rucksack to carry their supplies to Pyjak hunting class. It was difficult to find a suitable bag because they were all mostly emblazoned with Hanar Montana faces which is, frankly, not befitting of an aspiring Battlemaster! This pangolin backpack is classy, fits comfortably on any hump big or small and won't get you headbutt in the cafeteria.

u/DantesEdmond · 3 pointsr/FrugalMaleFashionCDN

I got it on amazon for $599 two years ago, the price is a little higher now

The movement is a little loud but it’s a great piece and I’ve gotten quite a few compliments on its style.

u/UncreativeTeam · 3 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

I know people here have had bad experiences with their customer service, but I swear by my Alpha Industries N-3B slim fit parka.

Seen it go from anywhere between $100-170.

u/tman5890 · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Not sure what Irish weather is like, but I recently purchased an Alpha Industries N-3B parka and it looks/feels awesome. I can wear it with just a t-shirt under in 30F and be fine, so layering would make it great for all (cold) weathers. This is the link to the US amazon store just so you can get an idea:

u/allthetunes · 3 pointsr/Coachella

Definitely always bring a pair of these

Also kaleidoscope glasses are pretty sweet. Something like these

u/girtalert · 3 pointsr/glitch_art

It was pretty simple! I used these glasses, and then just held my phone up to one of the lenses to take the picture.

u/DSiobhan7 · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You are guys are looking mighty fine if I do say so ;)

Gift 1: Maple syrup! Because my waffles and pancakes are sorely lacking. I used to have Canada so close to me and they supplied me with endless maple syrup. Now my choices are all grocery brand yucks. Also my boyfriend has never tried real maple syrup EVER. I need to fix this.

Gift 2: Totoro cloak! I would wear it everywhere :D C'mon...gimme. Please.


u/stabro · 3 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

You can usually get them at Target/Walmart for around $30 or $35 in the US but I see them go from $30 to $20 on Amazon every now and then. Just wait a bit. If you're really desperate sometimes certain styles or colors go onto those price drop sites for $15. Usually someone here will link them if that happens.

Just keep checking amazon and this sub and you'll see a deal pop up soon.

u/nessgreen · 3 pointsr/Watches

The font on the Xentum is pretty unique. If that's what you like most about the watch I'm not sure where to point you. That said, the Timex weekender has a similar simple white face and you could easily swap in a red nato strap for another $15 bucks. I'd recommend a Seiko809 over the Timex because I feel like it's better bang for your dollar but, to my knowledge, they do not offer it with a white face.

Something about that watch sorta reminds me of this Braun watch but I'm not sure swapping the strap would be as easy/possible.

u/BpooSoc · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Silver case, white face

Most versatile. You can switch out the straps easily.

u/Ninjaforhire · 3 pointsr/DJs
u/DebitsOnTheLeft · 3 pointsr/CFB

OP what style do you like? Do you ever visit /r/watches?

At the moment I go back and forth between two watches, but I'd certainly like to have more for more occasions.

I wear this one for work.

And this one for everything except work.

I'd say my style is definitely simple looking watches with white faces. Anyone have any other recommendations in that style?

u/GREAT_SALAD · 3 pointsr/Watches

Most really rugged watches will be durable, like a Casio G-Shock. The Casio DW-5600 is excellent for that. I'll make a list of some other options!


Orient Bambino ~$130-$200

Seiko SARB035 ~$400

Citizen Eco-Drive AW1236-03A ~$100


Cadio G-Shock DW-5600 ~$50

Casio G-Shock GA100A-7A ~$70

Victorinox 241675 ~$150


Casio F91W ~$10

Casio "World Time" ~$25

Timex Marathon ~$15-$20

Entry Level Mechanical-

Seiko SNK809 ~$60-$75

Orient Mako II ~$150

Invicta Pro-Diver (Submariner Homage) ~$80

Fantastic Quartz-

Timex Weekender ~$20-$30

Timex Expedition ~$50

Casio "Duro" MDV-106 ~$45

u/amdez · 3 pointsr/freedesign

Google One

and Google Two, admittedly not embroidered.

u/JP_Bounty · 3 pointsr/gravityfalls

You could check here our you could just search Amazon for a blue trucker hat and draw a 2 on it, go as Tyron.

u/TheCaptainsBeefheart · 3 pointsr/JuneBumpers2017

iLoveSIA 3pack Nursing Bra

Hopefully that link works!

FWIW, I am a 36DD (or larger) and a size Large fits me fine, with room to get bigger. :)

u/missmuggins · 3 pointsr/breastfeeding

I bought these bras while pregnant and they've served me very well as a BF mom. I wear one to work and unclip it to put my hands-free pumping bra on over it.

Start pumping when your baby is about 2 weeks old. Just try to get in one pumping session per day. Some days you won't pump at all and that's totally fine. Goal is to build something of a freezer stash before you go back to work so there's less pressure on you to keep up with the baby.

And take care of yourself. I'm currently trying to figure out how to do this because breastfeeding and working is hard. Worth it, but hard. Currently considering how to work a monthly massage into my schedule... Wish me luck.

u/craponacrackr · 3 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

Weekend was good -- we are mostly prepped for the big kitchen reno to start on Wednesday! My phone legit died yesterday -- I had to print directions to a super bowl party (still got lost) and MrC worked on it for a few hours but it's dunzo. So another one ordered from Amazon.

Shout-out to whoever recommended these maternity bras on amazon! They arrived in time for me to be in comfort all day yesterday. Hooray! I was a 32DD before pregnancy, the medium works (though I may need to go up to a large by the time I'm done cooking).

u/Mayoskittens · 3 pointsr/December2019bumpers

My fav bras right now are nursing bras I bought on Amazon. They are super supportive.

Women's Full Cup Lightly Padded Wirefree Maternity Breastfeeding Nursing Bra Size L, 3PCS/Pack(Pink-Black-Beige)

u/Bellster07 · 3 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

For traveling, I just bought the Amazon CarryOn and am using it this summer for a two week trip to Spain/Portugal. It had pretty good reviews and I'm excited to be hands free this trip while going through airports and train stations.

For everyday, I just use this small leather crossover bag I bought at Target but have been meaning to upgrade to something larger to accommodate all the crap I schlep around.

u/band_fancier · 3 pointsr/Watches

Barton Bands is one of the ones I always recommend. They have a lot of good reviews.

u/WRider · 3 pointsr/WearOS

I use Lamshaw for my screen protector and having no issues so far, broke one already and no scratch on my watch.

I also bought Barton band but not the elite and like it as a change from the metal band.

u/ridicusauce · 3 pointsr/Sacramento
u/LittleBigHorn22 · 2 pointsr/klr650

If you want something cheap, my KLR came with this when I had it. It's not 100% waterproof but can survive downpoors pretty well.

u/HuggyBear79 · 2 pointsr/klr650

A guy on here told me about it $65 locks to the bike plenty of room I love it

u/mr_patsy · 2 pointsr/klr650

Hey, congrats on the new bike! I've got a 2014 as well, and this is the case I have on mine. It's lockable and big enough to fit a jacket, groceries, tools, etc. Once unlocked and you are home, it comes off the back easily to be carried inside. You'll have to drill some holes to mount the base, but it's not that big of a deal. Good luck, brother!

u/riomx · 2 pointsr/Honda_XR_and_XL

Haha well I would be way more happy with SoCal weather right now. I can only get out when the roads are clear and even then I still have to take it easy. I'm riding like a grandpa most of the time.

And I got the Emgo travel trunk on Amazon. I can't say enough good things about it. Durable, rugged, easy to install and sells for a great price ($65 shipped with prime). Best of all, they look badass on dual sport bikes. You should definitely get one.

u/DaemonXI · 2 pointsr/klr650

Sure thing, here ya go.

On my '93 rear rack, two of the holes lined up perfectly – I only had to drill two more to get it mounted securely.

u/Atomic_Bicycle · 2 pointsr/Dualsport

It's an ancient art passed down from KLR rider to KLR rider. I recently came into some money, so I splurged on the $60 locking trunk from Amazon. Thankfully, it still retains the all-plastic soul of the milk crate. However, it is fancy enough that all my friends keep calling me things like, "moneybags," and asking me to buy them gas or lunch...

u/JasonTodd21 · 2 pointsr/CB500X

I use the following rack and top box. Had them installed for a year now and they've worked great for a few camping trips on rough roads. Both are an easy install and they couple well together. Box is easily removed with a key, otherwise it's always locked when closed. The rack was quite a bit cheaper when I got it.

u/vanillamode · 2 pointsr/Watches

if he has a tendency to dip his arm in water without really thinking about the watch, maybe one of the 100m water resistant Casio ladies divers might be a good option, like the LRW200H-1BV; unisex style but at a smaller 33mm size.

the Timex Weekender is an option as well. You could get him a bunch of cheap nato straps for it as well if he wants to change the look.

for digital, any of the Casios would work, like the F91W-1 or the A168WA-1

u/--blue · 2 pointsr/EDC

Electrical Engineering Grad Student Carry:

u/thatsharebearkid · 2 pointsr/Watches

Adding Links:

World Time


u/dcxiii · 2 pointsr/minimalism

I've owned a Timex and several Casio. It'd always go for a Casio myself, however it's personal preference.

Here is a good example of the type you seem to be after. I only ever owned the plastic-bodied versions, but would always recommend Casio for good-value watches.

u/MommaPi · 2 pointsr/breakingmom

You mention holding the pumps - have you tried using a pumping bra? Like this one

u/FishbaitMo · 2 pointsr/NewParents

I'm using the Medela Pump in Style and love it. I also got their personal fit shields for pumping because I couldn't get anything out with the regular sized ones. I've even used it in the car on road trips with the battery option so we didn't have to stop for 40 minutes every three hours so I could breastfeed. I use a hands free pump bra too.

You can use other bottles with the Medela pump. When my son was swallowing too much air with the Medela bottles and nipples we got Dr. Brown bottles and I pump directly into those. Most bottles have the same threads on them so you can screw them onto the pump.

u/mgnlr · 2 pointsr/breastfeeding

Ok so there’s this nursing bra hack that works in a pinch, I’ve also heard about cutting holes in a sports bra. I’ve bought this bra from amazon and it’s pretty good. I want to buy the kindred bravely nursing/pump bra when I go back to work though.

u/erinrae0814 · 2 pointsr/breastfeeding

I bought this one it is basically one size fits all. It was super easy to put on. Size adjusts by a really sturdy velcro then I could just leave it velcro to my size and take it on and off by a zipper on the front. It has 4.5 stars on Amazon.

u/lov_liv · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

I use the Medela Pump in Style Advance (free through my insurance). Are you going to be pumping due to a return to work? The version my insurance provided doesn't include the extras that came with the PISA when my sister purchased hers in 2011 (prior to Obamacare), like the backpack, the battery pack, the cooler bag, and freezer pack. My sister gave me hers, so I use all of these things and would recommend purchasing them or something like them if you will be pumping at work.

I also recommend a Simple Wishes hands free pumping bra. My lactation consultant recommended watching this video to learn tips about maximizing production:, and I use these techniques throughout my pumping sessions every day.

I pump twice a day at work - at 10am and 2pm - for 20 minutes each time, not including set up and take down time. I keep my milky pump parts in a gallon ziplock bag in a mini fridge (that I bought on sale at Best Buy for $99) behind my desk after the morning pump session. Since they are refrigerated, I don't have to go rinse or wash them in the communal office kitchen sink between pumping sessions. I take them home every night and wash in hot, soapy water, and then I sterilize them in the Medela sterilizing bags in the microwave. I let them dry overnight on the Boon grass lawn drying racks. I have multiple sets of pump parts and bottles because sometimes they don't fully dry overnight. I also wash and reuse the ziplocks, but I plan on replacing them with PlanetWise clear storage bags (which are top rack dishwasher safe) to reduce waste. I keep one complete set of extra pump parts and bottles in my desk at work just in case I forget something - it's already saved me once!

To stimulate let down at work, I bring a slightly used burp cloth that smells like baby (smell is one of your strongest senses!), I watch videos or look at pictures of baby, and it sounds weird, but I close my eyes and visualize my hungry baby. The visualization plus the smell of the burp cloth does it almost every time.

Please let me know if you have any more specific questions!

ETA: My daughter was 20 weeks when I went back to work and she only took 5-8oz the first week at daycare, but I think that was just her adjusting to the transition. Now she takes between 10-14oz on average. I usually pump about 12-13oz. I built up a small freezer stash before going back to work just in case she outpaces me.

u/chocolatechipbrownie · 2 pointsr/breastfeeding

After I did a bunch of research and talked to other full time working Mamas, I ended up with the Medela Freestyle- I love it. It's a double pump electric and a rechargeable battery. So, just my $.02.

But, other advice, seriously La Leche saved me as well, I went to a few meetings before hand and when I had some problems, I had numbers to call and helping voices to guide me through.

The other thing I HIGHLY recommend is getting a hands-free bustier. I got this one ( and love it. I can work on the computer, walk around my office, whatever while pumping. And, you can just use it over your nursing bra, so you don't even have to get naked in the office. Worth it. Good luck!

u/virtuesplea · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

You can buy hands free pumping bras (or modify one of your own bras) to hold the flanges in place.

This is the one that I've used in the past ->

u/p_kitty · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

I always fed for about 15-20 minutes on one breast and then swapped him to the other and fed for another 10-15 minutes, then pumped both. I found if I didn't, I tended to get uncomfortable and leaky before he was hungry again.

Also, originally I thought it was a waste of money, as they're not cheap, but a good hands free pumping bra is a blessing. It lets you actually do things while you pump, even if 'things' is just play a game on your phone or eat lunch, otherwise you're stuck there holding the flanges on your boobs, which is a pain. I kind of felt like a cow in a milking bay, but the extra 15 minutes I had to do things was so useful I dealt with it. :)

I liked this one from Amazon. I think like most parenting, it's trial and error and trying to work out what works best for you and your baby. There are very few 'right' answers. :)

u/shrimpy8p · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

I haven't went back to work yet. However I would recommend trying to start a stash asap. I had one. He had about a 4 day period where he decided he didn't want to latch and I ended up using the stash along with some formula till he decided he wanted the breast again. Also get one of the hands free breast pump bras.

u/emjayrose · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

purchase a hands free pumping bra ( i feel like all breast pumps should come with one, but they don't and it's a must have.

if it's a possibility that someone might bust in on you while you are pumping, get a nursing cover too. i got one as a hand me down and i don't think ill use it while nursing but it would come in handy while pumping.

u/kendallcorner · 2 pointsr/breastfeeding

I always need something to hold them on. Especially if the bottles get kind of full and heavy. Sometimes shoving them in my bra works, sometimes not. This is my favorite style: Simple Wishes Signature Hands Free Pumping Bra, Patented, Pink, XS-Large

This one is a good style too: LactaMed Simplicity Hands Free Bra Kit - Black

This one didn't work as well for me when the bottles got heavy: BRAVADO! DESIGNS Women's Maternity Clip and Pump Hands-Free Nursing Bra Accessory, Dove Heather

Also cutting holes in a sports bra works, especially if you need one now but it was a pain to get on/off, and I pump multiple times a day, every day, so I got a dedicated pump bra.

u/ayriana · 2 pointsr/breastfeeding

The best thing I did was get a hands free pumPing bra. I use this one and I'm pumping right now. It's still awkward to hold him but not impossible like it would be otherwise.

u/singinglilies · 2 pointsr/WTF
u/Fightsactualfoo · 2 pointsr/breastfeeding

Seconding this. Also invest in a hands-free pumping bra (I have this one: You'll express more when pumping both breasts at the same time than you would if you pumped each breast individually. Plus, what's the point of shelling out for a double pump if you can't us it to double pump?

u/CY550 · 2 pointsr/breastfeeding

I also exclusively pump. I do both sides at the same time, because when I was breastfeeding he would eat off both sides each time. I make sure to pump every time my LO gets a bottle. I find that a pumping bra (such as this one) is useful for letting me multitask when pumping. I use a boppy pillow to prop my LO up after feeding (once he was a few weeks old) so he can be next to me while I pump. I can interact with him and make sure he’s happy. He’s not a fan of lying flat on his back.

Feel free to message me if you have any questions!

u/toxicheartbeat · 2 pointsr/anime

I got mine at my local FYE, but you can probably find them online.

There's one, but I'm not sure if you want it. I love mine, and it works perfectly. Good luck to you!

u/RoninShinigami · 2 pointsr/anime

I have seen these ones at quiet a few cons. Also ED's pretty cool

u/ann_nonymous · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

[This] ( is awesome! You are awesome for hosting a great contest. I hope you have a great day and enjoy your break!

u/juliet1484 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/Workasaurus · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Um... you have this in your wishlist... I think you might be amazing like us! Welcome to the club!

u/musashi66 · 2 pointsr/Watches

JUNKERS - Men's Watches - Junkers Bauhaus - Ref. 6046-5

You can get a junghans if you’re ok with quartz for $500

Junghans Men's 'Max Bill' Quartz Stainless Steel and Leather Dress Watch, Color:Beige (Model: 041/4562.00)

Zeppelin Automatic 7060-4 Automatic Mens Watch Made in Germany

u/berwyn_urine · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I just answered a nearly identical question in the SQ thread. To quote:

> I've seen this asked before and people typically say to look at military surplus.

> Here are some other options:

> - Craghoppers ($200) ~ recommended to me from another user here. I have no experience, but he liked his a lot and it looked good in fits.

> - Alpha Industries ($160-$200) ~ once again no experience, but people throw this brand around all the time here.

> - Helly Hansen ($208 after applying 20% off promotion) ~ supposedly underrated brand. Looks like a really nice parka for the price.

All of that said, I have to agree with what /u/thesaltyoubreathe said. It might be worthwhile to stretch your price range to $300 or $400 to get a decent quality parka. Otherwise you might have some luck looking through resale ads on grailed or ebay.

u/Vitrilic · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Should I get this Hollister Coastal Trail Parka or the Alpha Industries N-3B Slim Fit Parka? Looking for something warm and relatively slim fitting. I like the prices too. Also for the Alpha Industries parka, should I go for black or replica blue?

u/AngelicBabyGirl · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I love face maasks/clays so much, I use them all the time! I gusse it is a good thing that is what I am going to school for. :P

I would love to try the Rhassoul clay, it sounds amazing!

I love Eeyore and Totoro! They are super duper cute and I just want to hug them alllll the time! XD

u/DisWeirdo · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy Birfday. Enjoy your senior year! It's gonna go by so fast.

I ain't birthed no babies! I just celebrated two of my nieces' first birthdays!

Something that makes me happy.

u/sicaeffect · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Do you think I should just opt for this Weekender instead? For some reason I just can't get 100% on board with the nylon strap. But if the quality is superior to the pleather easy reader straps then I'd consider getting that. Sorry for my ignorance. This is my first time purchasing a watch of any kind so I'm just looking for something versatile and simple.

u/Darth-Traya · 2 pointsr/EDC

Big Skinny Metro Wallet ($24.95)

Timex Weekender ($24.42)

Victorinox Cadet ($31.99)

ThruNite Ti3 ($13.95)

Pilot G2 Pens ($3.83)

Total: $99.14

I didn't consider tax here, though.

Hard mode should be using Canadian retailers and Canadian dollars. I just used American Amazon here.

u/jwestbrook23 · 2 pointsr/NavyBlazer

This one... i swapped out the cream stripe band for a white stripe.

u/hellgal · 2 pointsr/gravityfalls
u/AffectionateGiraffe9 · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction
u/LeapOfFae · 2 pointsr/1200isplenty

Ooh I own something similar, but it's so hot here in Texas that they're hard to wear. Undersummers look much more breathable. I was thinking of these: Bandelettes.

u/VictoriaSnowww · 2 pointsr/diabetes

Maybe this....depending on the dress and your infusion site.

u/sweetpea319 · 2 pointsr/ABraThatFits

I like stretchy underwire free bras because the structured ones never seem to fit for more than a day for me with changing breasts. I am a 36 DD and love these. iLoveSIA 3pack Nursing Bra They stretch, are padded, and you can nurse and sleep in them. My only issue is they have a higher neck and I don't love my shape in them. But they make the girls and my nursling happy.

u/senora_sassafrass · 2 pointsr/breastfeeding

Would something like this work for you?

Women's Full Cup Lightly Padded Wirefree Maternity Breastfeeding Nursing Bra Size L, 3PCS/Pack(Pink-Black-Beige)

It's what I've been using. 32 B pre pregnancy, 34 C ish when I delivered/when I'm full of milk. They're pretty comfy and super reasonable. The pads come out if you want. I started with them in but got annoyed with folding them down to pump or let little man eat.

u/schnitzengiggle · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

I loved these Hofish ones when I was pregnant and also love them now for breastfeeding (although I’ve now replaced the pads in them with some bamboobies pads).

u/sunnyinthesouth · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

Sure! I wanted to wait until after baby was here to invest in good nursing bras as I know my size will probably change so I didn't mind going the cheap route for the last few weeks.

Women's Full Cup Lightly Padded Wirefree Maternity Breastfeeding Nursing Bra Size L, 3PCS/Pack(Pink-Black-Beige)

u/moosejock · 2 pointsr/onebag

Amazon Basics makes a carry on travel knapsack that looks reasonable.

u/develop99 · 2 pointsr/digitalnomad

Sounds like a solid plan. You might want more portable luggage if you're doing carry-on only, check out the newer lines from AmazonBasics and their competitors. They are super light and open like a piece of luggage. The one I have has been a life saver as I move around every 3-4 weeks.

Your insurance question will give you a wide range of responses. Check out the previous posts from the last week or two here. If you can get catastrophic-only coverage with a decent deductible, that could be a good option. For things like losing your cell phone, breaking a tooth or even a broken bone - you might be better off just paying out of pocket in Mexico.

Finding your perfect accommodations is the next step. Airbnb is the favorite but look into Facebook groups and book a month+ at a time if that suits you.

u/Funkuhdelik · 2 pointsr/backpacks

Personally I’d recommend something like the Osprey Porter, only $40 over your budget, but comes with Ospreys ironclad lifetime warranty. (Literally no questions asked, could be 15 years old and they will replace it).

Osprey Packs Porter 46 Travel Backpack, Black

But more budget friendly option is something like an Amazon Basics.

AmazonBasics Carry On Travel Backpack - Black

I’d strongly recommend shelling out the extra $40 for the Osprey tho

u/pocketsked · 2 pointsr/Watches

Nice watch. Looks sharp. Waterproof, good for summertime. Try Barton for a replacement leather band. They're nice.

BARTON Quick Release Top Grain Leather - Choice of Colors & Widths (18mm, 20mm or 22mm) - Black 22mm Watch Band

u/owlbeyourfriend · 2 pointsr/withings

I got my leather ones from Barton, via Amazon.

I highly recommend them :)

u/satzzz1 · 2 pointsr/Unexpected

DIOMO Geometric Women Backpack Luminous Sequin Color Changing Reflective Daypack (Lumious NO.1)

u/Werro_123 · 1 pointr/Dualsport

Is it this case? I have the same one on my scooter.

u/blumhagen · 1 pointr/motorcycles

So you seem against luggage, but let me tell you that even having 1 top case is so convenient. Especially since you can just open it, throw your crap in & close it. You don't have to worry about anything getting loose either.

I have the full KLR luggage set (Tail bag, saddle bags, & tank bag) since I got it free with my bike (kinda overpriced otherwise IMO but the tank bank is totally worth it.) but I'm thinking of moving to something like this as it's pretty cheap for what it is & pretty popular: (probably not the cheapest price so I'd keep looking)

That one is also quick release so if you want to only put it on when you know you need it you can leave it off until you need it.

As for bulky stuff I keep 4 bungee cords that I use for things like camp chairs, tents, & sleeping bags.

u/s0crates82 · 1 pointr/motorcycles

I like skinny bikes because I can split lanes. My topbox keeps my bike narrow.

I've got (the FZ1 version of) this: .

With this on top: .

u/iclimbrocks2 · 1 pointr/dr650

I have the hi-viz nelson riggs dry bags that are like 100 bucks on Amazon. They are a bit deformed from mistreating them, but they keep everything dry and stay put pretty well. I also carry everything I need to dismantle my entire bike and spare parts everywhere. I am over-packed 99% of the time. They have held up to falls and everything. The saddle bags are about twice as big as the crash bars they sit on. So the top part is supported but the bottom sags in and deforms the rigid back of the bag. It works fine, it just looks a little sloppy. I also have the this box mounted on this rack that I am very pleased with for the price. The box is cheap, but it is easily removed, locks (even though its just plastic and can be easily broken into probably), and it doesn't allow any water in even in the heaviest of rain. I have put these to the test, and they have held up for 8000 punishing miles so far.

As for the fuel problem, do you have the stock tank? I use MSR fuel containers that are specifically designed to handle pressurized fuels. I took a couple with me on the TAT, but never needed them with a 5.3 gallon tank. I definitely would have needed one with the stock tank though as I did a span of 180ish miles between fuel stops. So they mostly just get used to catch gas when I take the tank off or do carb work. I would say keep them outside of your duffels if you can just for the sake of everything not smelling like gas.

The most important part of the system is how you attach it. You don't want things moving around because it will destroy them. Even sand in your tent fly bouncing around on the back of the bike will ruin it as I learned when suddenly my tent was no longer water tight after 3000 miles on the back of the bike.

u/huy- · 1 pointr/Watches

My girlfriend told my Santos looked like a Casio. Ain't wrong.

u/Coigleach · 1 pointr/Watches

It's a version of this watch Casio A168WA-1

I can't find the silver face version, though. Good luck!

u/sastarbucks · 1 pointr/AskUK

You say this but I think this watch is classy as fuck

u/summon_lurker · 1 pointr/gadgets

Something similar to this, either an over lay or under lay which requires very little power.

u/anco_vinyl · 1 pointr/DJs

I've got one of these Casio watches that has a button to light up the face with a nice blue glow

u/shadowbanningsucks · 1 pointr/Watches

You might have a look at this watch It is very similar to the one you posted, but it has a better backlight.

u/icecolddrifter · 1 pointr/Watches

Casio Duro. Inexpensive, durable and waterproof. If you want an automatic, you could go with a waterproof seiko 5.

Personally I probably just get on of these for my festival visit in august.

u/dbmeed · 1 pointr/EDC

You can find some of this subs favourite watches here - all of them are under $150, because honestly, if you are going to spend more than that, you should probably do a significantly more amount of research. If you don’t like rubber strap, I would suggest getting a NATO strap-they are compatible with nearly any watch, and super cheap.

My personal recommendation would be a metal Casio A168 or MDV106 with a NATO strap

u/dsbM · 1 pointr/Watches

This is a problem im kinda having too right now. I currently wear a gshock but want to switch it up for something a little slimmer. Gshocks run pretty big for me (like 44mm+). Casio seemingly dominates the market for cheap sport watches that are ridiculously durable. Was thinking of getting a casio A168WA

u/SDSKamikaze · 1 pointr/streetwear

None of them are massive, unless you want to go down the G-shock route. I have this one and I've never found it to be particularly small.

u/Infsys · 1 pointr/EDC

Casio watches are easily my favorite brand of watch.

Incredibly cheap yet incredibly durable and functional.

Just bought my second Casio ever A168W-1, got it for about $17USD - worth every penny.

u/designgasm · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

A simple versatile watch could be great. A Timex Weekender, even a Casio A168W-1 Stainless Steel (amazon).

u/andthischeese · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

Honestly I am pretty thrifty. But for the amount of time I spent pumping in the first 18 months, spending $25 on an actual hands free, strapless nursing bra was worth triple the price I paid. like this

u/hazelowl · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

Yes. It's this one.

It's awesome because it is super adjustable (big issue for me with my smaller ribcage and bigger boobs) and is wider so it actually covers and provides a little support. And the holes are nicer.

u/csectioned · 1 pointr/breastfeeding

[this one](Simple Wishes Hands-Free Breastpump Bra, Pink, X-Small-Large
I heart Amazon
Simple Wishes Hands-Free Breastpump Bra, Pink, X-Small-Large

u/OrganizedSprinkles · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

The tube is super adjustable from tiny to big. I only used one tank a day. I only had 3. The bambooobies were essential to not leaking everywhere. And they are the size of coasters so you can keep some extra in your bag if you're leaky.

u/Nymeria9 · 1 pointr/workingmoms

Simple wishes double pump bra
Simple Wishes Hands-Free Breastpump Bra, Pink, X-Small-Large

u/knittin · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

Found a really thorough post about Maternity/Nursing bras over there, thanks!

Clicking a few links led me to this monstrosity. Between that and the pregnancy vagina post, I am officially done for the day.

u/morematcha · 1 pointr/breastfeeding

I just went back to work but I'll try to help.

I started pumping for a freezer stash at about 8 weeks and I still do my extra session most mornings because I'm worried my supply will dip if I stop. My husband uses the milk for baby's first feed after I leave.

I use this bra and it works well but I have to disrobe and put it on while I'm pumping and take it off when I'm done.

My baby takes every drop I make and my husband has to dip into the freezer stash sometimes so I'm not sure how to help you there. 😕

u/Lunar3 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Thanks doll! Wow you have a ton to choose from,you have some pretty kick ass things on your wishlist. You should buy This because fma is reason enough plus this kicks ass, this because cloud is amazing & I cried like a baby at the end of crisis core & this because every d&d player needs a good dice set and these are gorgeous.

From my list? I would love this butterfly. How does it relate to the items from your list? It is white which represents cloud, before it died it flew free which is what Al in fma wanted was to be free from his suit.

I had fun looking through your wishlist, your taste is very similar to my own. Have you played arkham horror?

u/TwistedEnigma · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


Edit: the above item is more than 5.00, sorry this is more like it!

u/KristiiRexx · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm queen of attention to details

SNAKE If you like them..

Or an owl if you like less creepy things? Even though owls are pretty creepy if you think about it..

I've got a ton of things.. ._. A lot of owls.. I think I may be drawn to them?

And an octopus. Which is also creepy..

I question my taste. Haha.

u/treesaremyfriends · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This pocket watch necklace is under $5. I have this thing for watch necklaces lately.

u/elephant_owl_hippie · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This owl pocketwatch for $2.45 + free shipping, or this octopus necklace for $0.99 + free shipping, i can put them onto hemp jewelry and put them in my shop!

u/zaikenandzeppelin · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Thanks for the contest!

u/Skelthy · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy birthday! <3

$2.80+free shipping

u/Gark32 · 1 pointr/motorcycles

i use a 4-pocket Eastpak from high school (quite old now) but i want a Pangolin.

u/schadenfroyde · 1 pointr/fringefashion
  • Jeffrey Campbell absolutely kills me when it comes to shoes. I recently discovered these shoes.
  • This backpack made out of recycled tires.
u/SAMElawrence · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. Sitting at work, answering support tickets and going over finances after payday + paying rent.
  2. I'm trying to save up some money for travel this year and pay down debt.
  3. Work all day, then ebaying lots of stuff. Gotta get that paper. Wish I had a Zweihander.
  4. I would really like to go to Africa with a charity:water trip.
  5. My laptop, my iPhone, a glass of water, and stacks of papers and shit that are all my boss's.
  6. "Proper hiring creates a good team, and a good team leads to lower turnover."
  7. Entreleadership by Dave Ramsey.
  8. Chicken wings and a Strawberry Chobani yogurt.
  9. "May We Shed These Mortal Bodies" by Amber Sparks. No.
  10. Asterix and Obelix comic books from my childhood. I'm re-reading them.
  11. Cyclus Pangolin Backpack.
u/lithium111 · 1 pointr/Watches

Tissot, Hamilton and Seiko are good choices for this price range. The Visodate is definitely a classic and I think it can be dressed down as well if necessary.

Something about the phrase mid-century vintage makes me think of a Zeppelin 7060-4 which is also a solid choice in your price range.

By the way kudos on knowing so well what you're looking for, doing so much of your own research and communicating it all so clearly. Also congrats on your upcoming wedding! :)

u/Littlecatonnip · 1 pointr/Watches
u/afrikaharold · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice
u/ehsu · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Have you considered a Uniqlo down coat? They have some good choices under $200 that should keep you warm this winter. Also check out the Alpha N-3B.

Is that the Natick Uniqlo, by the way? I swear I've taken a fit pic in front of that exact mirror.

u/Baquio · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

This parka or this one assuming I can get them for the same price?
I'm working with a fairly simple business casual wardrobe.

u/Ketchupboi · 1 pointr/streetwear
u/Tkachenko · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Some colors and sizes are more expensive than others, but some are still around $120. I picked up the replica gray and orange and I love the contrasting colors to death.

u/cosmic_dentist · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

This Alpha Industries hooded fishtail which only appears to be available in Europe but can be obtained thru third party sellers at Amazon or Ebay. Its fairly pricy but I like the way it look. If I don't go for that one I will probably get the Alpha N3B Slim Parka which is aesthetically less pleasing to me but probably just as functional. Anyone have experience with the first one?

u/DoodlesAndSuch · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I like homemade Devil's Food Cake, with chocolate frosting!
This please!

u/diaju · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Congrats on the success :) Keep on it

Childish or Whimsical fuckery, or maybe some nostalgic fuckery. For me because I don't have kids and my fur kids are already spoiled.


u/justalittlejen · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

To the socks? It is here!

u/StellaMaroo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm not a size 8. I wish I didn't have hobbitses feet but I do. However, these socks would cover them up nicely. :) I love socks!

u/vanillawafercaper · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

you need this!!

I want a gift card but i will not win because I'm your sisterrrr. :P

u/thingsloversdo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

$12.34! But then there's $1.65 shipping which makes me go ):

Okay I still feel good getting the number spot on :P

u/Nynes · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Totoro snuggle cloak - yay free shipping! - laying around snuggling in this thing with my little creatures while vegging out would be splendifferous :)

u/Gaming_Gal · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I thought this and also this are cute!

u/ilikesleep · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/super_slow · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion

That one's actually 28.94 if you price match amazon

u/Woollen · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Picking up a Timex Weekender from Amazon.

Could use some suggestions on which one to pick up and which additional straps to buy. Must be from Amazon due to shipping.

u/offby1 · 1 pointr/Watches

The Weekender sounds right, but it's only 38mm across, not 40mm (at least according to

u/pipkin42 · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I have this one. In case the link doesn't work as I intend, it's the one with the blue and yellow nylon strap. That face is more casual, because of the relatively large numbers (and the fact that they are there at all). Plus, with this watch it is easy to replace the extant strap with [other nato straps] ( to keep things fresh or to better match specific outfits.

u/capitaladequacy · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I feel like a Timex Weekender is a pretty common suggestion for an inexpensive watch, and it definitely works on small wrists. I think I've seen them go on sale for as low as $20 on Amazon.

u/audi27tt · 1 pointr/CFA

I recommend you strap up with this baby

Or if you really want to ball out, Timex weekender is a classic

u/johnwclark · 1 pointr/Watches

Probably the most popular Timex is the Weekender. It is more modern size at 38mm.

u/Faller4Life · 1 pointr/gravityfalls

Amazon has the lowest price and free shipping. I bought one and it's really good quality!

u/Iveheardofweedkiller · 1 pointr/gravityfalls

I got this one off of Amazon. I really like it! It's a little bit larger than a baseball cap and has mesh in the back, like Dipper's hat from the pilot episode.

u/IamtheCarl · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

Just found these a couple of weeks ago - game changer. Available at Walmart and other stores too, different brands. Search for thigh bands.

u/marbleavengers · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

My sister recommended these and they are incredible. Way cheaper too than the bravado and other fancy brand name ones but surprisingly great. I've had mine for 7+ months and wash them after every wear, and they've held up beautifully -- I'm actually shocked at the quality. Their sizing is also pretty intuitive and forgiving. I may never go back to regular bras.

u/MyCarIsBlue · 1 pointr/pregnant I bought these and I am amazed. I started off pregers at 36d then I jumped up a size at 3 month. At 5 months I could tell those bras were getting tight. I read the reviews on a lot off bras and these looked promising. They are soooo comfortable. I have never not worn a wire bra. They keep the girls in place while not being too tight or letting the jiggle.

u/writerdust · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

If these are the ones you're talking about on Amazon, I bought them. They're not particularly attractive, but they're comfortable and supportive. I'm a 36C heading towards D now, for reference- I think if I was much bigger, I would need more support. I also think the pads will get a little bumpy as I keep washing them, but I'm going to switch them out for nursing pads soon anyway so I'm not too concerned. For $25 bucks, they work and like another bumper said, I don't want to spend too much money till my milk actually comes in and my boobs explode.

u/hillshmill · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

My chest seems to be going through yet another growth spurt at 32 weeks, so I bought [this well reviewed 3-pack of nursing bras](Women's Full Cup Lightly Padded Wirefree Maternity Breastfeeding Nursing Bra Size L, 3PCS/Pack(Pink-Black-Beige) on Amazon. They haven't arrived yet, but they look comfy enough to wear for the next two months of maternity and then get me started in the postpartum time. For what it's worth, I started with a 34C pre-pregnancy and am now probably a 38D. My L sized sports bras still fit just fine. I switched to bras with no underwire by week 10 due to boob growth.

u/myhosieryisbunching · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

These are awesome for me. They come with bra extenders because I don't know how big I'll get. I'm 25 weeks. I'm a 36c pre-pregnancy and got a large. They're so comfortable and the pad helps hide my huge pregnancy nipples.

u/FoxyLoxy56 · 1 pointr/June2019Bumpers

I like these they apparently don’t have the exact brand I got last time but this style is pretty comfy. I got xl so I’d be sure they’d fit pp and they worked great. I also ended up using the band extenders because of my ribs separating.

u/pnwbusinesscasual · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I've been wearing these since week 8 or so of my pregnancy. I'm normally a 32DDD or something ridiculous and I'm filling out a size large. I will say- the boob shape it gives you isn't the best but idk how good my boobs could look right now while still wearing a comfy bra. They are massive.

u/anonymouse278 · 1 pointr/OctoberBumpers2017

I bought these because my formerly VS 34DDD were growing out of control (I ordered a 34G underwire bra in a style recommended by r/abrathatfits from Poland and wound up growing out of it in two weeks). They're firm enough to be supportive but stretchy enough that I think they'll still fit even when my milk comes in. And they have nursing clasps so they should be wearable postpartum, too. And you really can't beat the price!

They're not that cute and they don't push up, but they don't flatten me, either. And at this point, uh, I don't really need any pushing up.

u/janae0728 · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

I bought a three pack of nursing bras from amazon ( as soon as I was popping out of my normal bras, which was at like 8 weeks. I just couldn’t justify buying regular bras for a relatively short period. I’ve loved these. Way more comfortable than the underwire I was used to, supports me well, and I have room to grow.

u/Lyslyssa · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I got these ones

It looks like they're just soft cups you can pull out and put nursing pads in.

u/alibear123 · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

I had two nursing bras when LO was born, plus two nursing PJs. The PJs were garbage because they were too loose, so pads won't stay on my boobs and I leak all over. I also didn't have pads right away, so I leaked a ton and was doing the laundry twice a day until I got pads and 3 more bras. I also have an underwire nursing bra but I don't like it for nursing, it doesn't fold out of the way nicely. I will probably use it mostly after I go back to work and need access to pump, as it does give better structure.

Edit to add:. I bought a set of three nursing bras from Amazon because I also hate spending money on under wear. They work well as the name brand of the same style I bought from outlet mall:

u/thelumpybunny · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

Don't buy regular bras right now. Have her buy soft nursing bras.,0,140,180_QL70

Then when she stops breastfeeding she can go back to regular bras. It was a wonderful feeling

u/popefasa · 1 pointr/solotravel

Honestly that pack doesn’t look great. No brand and ships from NYC? Smells like a scam / ripoff to me. Check this one out $49:

u/WorkAcct622 · 1 pointr/onebag

Might be worth checking out the AmazonBasics Carry-on. Looks pretty similar to my eBags Weekender but at sub $50, pretty tough to beat if you just need a bag for stateside travel.
Edit: link:

u/Scorge120 · 1 pointr/videography

Looks like I might barely be able to squeeze it into this thing


Should be receiving the Peli and backpack on Tuesday, I'll try it out and report back

u/bexiemcc · 1 pointr/onebag

Hi Canadian! Are you hoping to buy any/all of these from MEC? I exclusively buy my backpacks from MEC regardless as to what they are because of their incredible return policy.

>We guarantee the quality of our products. If the quality of an item hasn’t met your expectations, you can bring it back. We also guarantee the product selection advice we give. If something you purchased based on this advice turns out to be unsuitable, you can bring it back for an exchange, refund, repair, or credit.

They really stand by the whole "product selection advice" thing. I have friends who work there, and I myself have returned backpacks years after I've purchased it because a zipper has broken, or a strap has broken and it has been replaced, no questions asked. I've returned hiking boots that DID. NOT. WORK. Replaced, no questions asked. Whatever you choose, get the advice from MEC, buy it from MEC, because if it doesn't work out, you can switch it for something different, because it did not work for you. They resell refurbished products with the same guarantee or donate them, so their returns do not go to waste.

I myself was looking at the Vapour Overnight pack. The reason I didn't get it was because I:

  • I worry I would be frustrated by how the inside is treated. Other items in the Vapour line mention that the interior has a "stickyness" to it. I can see a lot of sighs in my future with that bag.

  • didn't like that it didn't have chest or waist straps. Personally, I need them, or at least one of either. I'm 5'8" with crooked shoulders and a back problem.

  • I made and did not return a bad purchase on a recommendation from someone who does not have the same travel needs as me, and I'm feeling incredibly guilty about that purchase to buy something else before I sell it.

    The reason I still want to get it is:

  • I would rather get it, find out I hate it and exchange it for something better than to learn it could have been everything I wanted.

  • it looks so very waterproof and that makes me so very happy.

  • I like the compartments a lot. A lot a lot.

  • The price is very right.

  • It's so lightweight.
u/next19994 · 1 pointr/onebag

I got the one from Amazon Basics (

Did not want to invest a lot upfront because its my first attempt....

u/ChuckLezPC · 1 pointr/sffpc

I use the Amazon Basics carryon backpack currently with my Cougar QBX ( ). For LAN party trips, I am able to fit everything except the monitor in one of these.

u/Thatonesillyfucker · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I can vouch for this as being a high quality leather strap if you're into those. Would also recommend checking out the accompanying buckles to match your watch casing or just go for something other than the silver the band comes with.

u/turdbogls · 1 pointr/Watchexchange

I have a brand new Casio Durio (MDV -106) I was going to list. I got a couple as a gift from work, already sold the first one, but still have one more.


for $50, I'll throw in a couple straps of your choice.

Clockwork synergy Gray Perlon nato - brand new

clockwork synergy steel blue perlon Nato - Pretty much new, worn 2 times. cut the 2nd strap off, so it's not really a NATO any more...but yeah. cool color, just not for me.

Black Barton leather quick release - used but good condition

dark brown Barton Leather quick release - used but good condition

Clockwork Black/gray stripe NATO with black hardware - used, 2nd strap cut off, and strap shortened to fit a 7.25" writs. it's basically a single layer slip through now.


I'll also throw in a cheap-ass, no-name watch. (head only as I have no 20mm straps)

here's the only pic I have, strap not included.


if you are interested, I'll grab a Pic of everything tonight and we can make this happen. I've sold a few watches here before but apparently no one has left feedback.

u/nicholas6706 · 1 pointr/AndroidWear

I use this
A bit pricey, but totally worth it. It was stiff at first, but it's really comfortable now. IMO leather looks the best on this watch. You don't want to go with some cheapo band that will break and destroy your ZenWatch.

If you really want rubber, I've heard good things about these but haven't used them personally.

u/Im_done_withthisshit · 1 pointr/Damnthatsinteresting

You can get them on Amazon
Luminous Backpack

u/transcribot · 1 pointr/TranscribersOfReddit


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u/relish1922 · 0 pointsr/RandomActsOfPolish

RSSP Women's Ladies Bronze Tone Owl Hunter Case Floral Necklace Pocket Watch. I hope this works because I am on my phone and don't how to use reddit on my phone ha

u/drqxx · -3 pointsr/Survival