Do you need to pump on the go? The Ceres Chill allows you to pump directly in a cooler that you can safely store your breast milk in! Here’s everything you need to know about the Ceres Chill.
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What is the Ceres Chill?
The Ceres Chill is a combination cooler, container to pump into, and baby bottle, all in one!
You can pump directly into it (single pumping or double pumping), feed your baby a bottle from it, and safely store your milk for up to 20 hours without having to transfer the milk into a different container.
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When would you use a Ceres Chill?
Here are some examples of when the Ceres Chill can come in really handy.
If you need to pump during a flight or road trip, you can easily pump right into the Ceres Chill and then add ice to the outer chamber to keep it cool as necessary.
(If you’re on a flight, you can usually request ice from a flight attendant when you need to.)
Pumping at work
With some jobs, you don’t have easy access to a fridge.
For example, if you’re a speech therapist who works in patient’s homes, or if you’re in sales and constantly in car, storing your milk can be a challenge. The Ceres Chill can make this a lot easier.
Pumping on the go
If you’re out running errands or at a party, it can be easier to just have one accessory to manage instead of both bottles and a breast milk cooler.
How does it work?
The Ceres Chill has a few different parts. Here’s how they work together.
This is the main container, and you can attach your pump parts directly to it. It’s made of stainless steel, and it’s super light, so there are no issues with it pulling everything down when you pump using a hands-free pumping bra.
The inner chamber holds about 12 oz of breast milk, and it comes with a separate cap.
Below is what it looks like when it’s set up to pump. If your pump screws into narrow-mouthed bottles (like Medela, Evenflo, and Ameda), it should thread onto the inner chamber. With pumps that thread wide-mouth bottles (like Spectra and Baby Buddha), you will need an adapter.
You put cold water and ice in the outer chamber to keep the breast milk in the inner chamber cool. Then you can slide the inner chamber into the outer chamber and ice bath.
Cup and Connector
The cap to the outer chamber doubles as a cup can be used as a second bottle to pump into, or as a bottle to feed your baby. It holds about 3 oz of breast milk.
Ceres Chill Review: Bottom line
I love how the well-designed the Ceres Chill is – especially how the cap to the outer chamber doubles as a bottle to feed your baby (or to use for pumping on your slacker side)!
If you frequently pump and feed outside the house, the Ceres Chill can be a great tool to make storing your pumped milk easier. I like that it uses ice (which you can get anywhere) instead of an ice pack that requires you to cool it in a freezer.
If you’d like to check out the Ceres Chill, it’s available on amazon or you can get it directly from them for 15% off with the code EPUMP.
Have you used the Ceres Chill? Share your review in the comments!