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Thread: Freedom bras - anyone try them?

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    Freedom bras - anyone try them?

    I just got a groupon for them - they look like what I'd love, but I can't seem to find any reviews on them. Have you tried them? Are they decent? This is the link for their site - http://freedom-bras.com/review/produ...59/category/3/
    The groupon was for only $24 plus $3 shipping. (for 3)
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    I haven't, but here's a link to the Ahh brads on Amazon; looks like the same thing. There are 83 reviews you can read:
    http://www.amazon.com/Ahh-Bra-Nude-B...dp/B004ZGBXUQ/

    Edit: Or maybe not quite the same. Googled "freedom bra reviews" and found a few. Here's one:
    http://www.thefrisky.com/2012-05-16/...itely-freeing/
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    They look a lot like the Genie Bra which I did try from QVC. I sent them back. I think they must be good for a small busted woman. Not for me.

    http://www.qvc.com/Genie-Bra-Set-of-....001?$uslarge$
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    I can't tell if they have hooks or just slide over? I don't buy slide over bras because what slides down usually slides up. If I want comfort, I stay in my PJs. If I want the girls where they should be...I go underwire which I HATE!

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    That says the freedom bras are $99..........................
    WOW! That seems a bit steep!
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    I know - $99 is crazy. But $24 seems reasonable. They look just like this bali bra that I recently got at Kohl's and love - so comfy!! But I know bali quality is great - have no clue about these though.
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    Barely There bras are much the same too. not much support. i wear them around the house but usually not out. I think they are all pull over.

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    Oh well - nevermind. Even though the groupon says you have 2 more days - it's now SOLD OUT. Too bad.
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    I am looking for freedom FROM bras, lol!!

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    When I had my breast cancer surgery last fall I bought 4 or 5 of these. You step into them, they don't hook anywhere. They came in small medium large and extra large it was sort of guess and by golly for sizing.
    I still wear them occasionally but I call them my blobby bras because that is pretty much what large busts turn into in them. They've never ridden up though and they stay in place in the back, two good points.
    Very comfortable, but I don't care to wear them out in public. I have enough trouble with stubby and stretch without adding blobby into the mix.

    I think the next step is sports bras, same style but firmer shapes if that makes sense.

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