Pumpd Breast Pump Manual Silicone Pump to Save All Your Breastmilk - 150ml - Capture Every Drop!
A breastfeeding game changer!
Perfect for a busy mum, this new eco-friendly 100% food grade silicone Pumpd breast pump is durable, easy to clean and safe for mum and baby. It's also hands free, silent and easy to bring anywhere - no batteries, cords or anything else required. It really is the simplest way to express anytime and anywhere you need to.
Soft and simple, this little sucker is designed to work naturally with your let down – no need to sweat the small stuff. It works by suctioning onto the breast and then the pump does the work for you by suctioning and drawing your milk naturally. So you can use it solely to catch additional milk or it can completely replace your electric pump and do all your pumping for you.
Free Pumpd Lid included to keep your milk sterile if you want to store it directly in the pump.
Benefits for you and your baby:
- Safe for you and your baby – made from 100% food grade silicone and 100% BPA free
- One size fits all - includes bigger flange for larger breasts also.
- Easy to remove lid is included to keep your pump sterile.
- Discrete frosted finish as it is proven that when you cannot see what you are pumping, you produce more milk.
- Neck is shaped so nipple does not rub.
- Thumb guide on the front of the pump gives you an easy attachment guide and mls down the side to see how much you have pumped.
- Wide flat sturdy base to prevent spills on any flat surface including wood.
- Small, compact and silent, making it very discrete anywhere, anytime with no cords or batteries to worry about.
- Dishwasher safe – it also can be sterilised and left to sit in boiling water.
- Easy to use, easy to clean.
- Helps to relieve engorgement or during mastitis.
- 150ml capacity
Save every drop:
The best bit is you can attach it while feeding on the other side, capturing any let down that would otherwise be lost. It is also extremely useful to give you relief if you are engorged at night time or when you’re away from your baby. It is perfect for home or travel.
Tips for best use of your Pumpd breast pump:
- Sterilise your pump between uses when your baby is under 3 months old. Simply boil for 3-5 minutes. Once your baby is over 3 months old, you don’t need to sterilise, just clean it thoroughly (wash in warm soapy water after each use and allow to air dry upside down).If you wish to continue sterilising your Pumpd pump however, that is totally fine and up to you.
- Once you have suctioned your pump on, leave it alone, there is no need to keep checking it or repositioning it.
- Usually after 5 - 10 minutes you can gently remove your pump.
- Remember nursing is all about supply and demand, so if you are feeding every 2 hours it may be wise to only use the pump occasionally, but if are feeding every 3-4 hours you can use the pump to express more that will easily be replaced by the time the next feed comes around.
Here's what our customers are saying about Pumpd:
Bit of a review for the pump'd pump! I should probably prefix this by saying that I like the haaka but had a few issues with it. Main bug bears for me being that I found it a bit sore, it often spilt in my bag, couldn't hand express in it very easily and very rarely got more than 1oz so felt like it wasn't really worth the hassle.
This evening was our first time using the pump'd one and definitely think it's much better suited to larger breasts. There was no pain or discomfort, you can hand express into it easily because the flange is so much bigger. I got 100ml in this short feed which is very unusual for me but feeding has not been "normal" this week as baby has been unwell so limit remaining skeptical for now on this! It hasn't been rattled around my bag just yet but its hanging upside down over the carpet with no leaks so it's doing pretty well. The other thing that's a bit random is that the neck is much wider so its easier to clean. I'll be interested to see how it gets on in the next few weeks but its definitely a thumbs up from me.
Have been alternating last 4 days between Haaka and Pump'd on baby number 2, used Haaka on baby 1 and really liked but also had a few issues/ gripes....Definitely think I prefer Pump'd, it is a softer more flexible material so adapts better to boob, is more comfortable and has better suction so stays on better , if baby feeding on other boob I find Haaka pops off and you can spill milk
Haven't tried hand expressing into it but imagine wider neck means easier to collect milk. Wider neck also means dries quickly after cleaning , I found drops of water always retained on Haaka
Love the lid, definitely a better seal than the "flower" on the Haaka ( although the flower is prettier)