Best Breast Pump

Best Breast Pump

by Emily Gilbert |
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Smart touch screen technology with streamlined design builds in a super-convenient pumping experience. USB rechargeable battery with 2-hour battery life and light motor unit connected to the pump guarantee handy, wireless use.

The MAM 2in1 Single Pump offers mums the most flexible solution for expressing their milk.

Lansinoh® 2in1 Double Electric Breast Pump is the ultimate choice for women who want comfort and flexibility, and the convenience of either single or double expression.

The Medela Solo is a compact, effective and easy to use single electric breast pump with a rechargeable built-in battery, 2-phase expression technology and PersonalFit FlexTM breast shield.

The SmartPump 2.0 Double Electric Breast Pump is fully customisable with three pumping styles, eight suction levels, two breast cushion sizes and is said to be the quietest Lansinoh pump yet.

The Philips Avent Single Electric breast pump has a unique design, so your milk flows directly from your breast into the bottle, even when you are sitting up straight.

Medela’s iconic breast pump has been redesigned offering mums more pumping power with a new look and a USB charge.

The timer feature on this Nuby breast pump is super handy when it comes to timing how long you’ve been expressing.

Tommee Tippee Made for Me Double Electric Breast Pump is made for busy mums. Lightweight, slimline and quiet this double pump allows mums to express naturally and quickly wherever and whenever you choose.

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