Wearable Breast Pump - W42

Wearable Breast Pump - W42

$64.99$119.99
hands-free  Low Noise 4 Modes & 6 Levels Suction 4parts, easy to clean
Wearable Breast Pump - W38

Wearable Breast Pump - W38

$64.99$119.99
hands-free  Low Noise 4 Modes & 9 Levels Suction 4parts, easy to clean
Double Breast Pump - E15

Double Breast Pump - E15

$59.99
Pain free  Low Noise 4 Modes & 9 Levels Suction easy to clean
MiniO Breast Pump - E19

MiniO Breast Pump - E19

$39.99
The new minio breast pump is a small, easy-to-use double electrical breast pump created to fit seamlessly right into your way of living and also share even more milk in...
Pocket Breast Pump - E21

Pocket Breast Pump - E21

$69.99
The new Design is a portable, compact, and easy-to-use double electric breast pump made to fit seamlessly into your lifestyle.  The portable breast pump is rechargeable for consistent use of 4-6...
Lactation Massager

Lactation Massager

$33.99$59.99
ADVANCED & ADJUSTABLE- 5 modes of vibration, and each mode has 4 levels of vibration strength. And 2 levels of adjustable heat. Provide more exact and more comfortable combines. COMFORTABLE...
Bellababy Wearable Breast Pump - W40 | UK

Bellababy Wearable Breast Pump - W40 | UK

$49.99$94.99
【Breast Pump Hands Free】- This wearable breast pump is a hands-free, fully portable breast pump that you can wear directly in your bra which allows you to pump carefully in...

Comparison Chart

Parameters Wearable Breast Pump Wearable Breast Pump Double Breast Pump MiniO Breast Pump Pocket Breast Pump
Series No.(Manual) W38 W42 E15 E19 E21
Suction Levels 1 - 9 Level 1 - 6 Level 1 - 9 Level 1 - 9 Level 1 - 9 Level
Modes 4 Modes 4 Modes 4 Modes 2 Modes 2 Modes
Timing Yes No Yes No Yes
Battery Life 4 - 6 Sessions 4 - 6 Sessions 4 - 6 Sessions 4 - 6 Sessions 4 - 6 Sessions
Flange Size (mm) 17mm ~ 28mm 21mm ~ 28mm 21mm ~ 30mm 21mm ~ 30mm 21mm ~ 30mm
Usage Wearable Wearable Portable Portable Portable

Looking for an easier and more efficient way to pump breast milk? Look no further than the electric breast pump! This powerful little device can help you express milk half the time, meaning you can spend more time with your baby instead of being stuck at the manual breast pump. Electric pumps are proven to deliver 18% more milk on average than manual pumps – perfect for busy moms who want to ensure their baby is getting all the nutrients they need. And because double pumping with an electric breast pump results in milk with a higher fat and calorie content, it’s great for growing babies. So why wait? Make life easier with an electric breast pump today.

Mom's Question

What's the electric breast pump and manual pump?

An electric breast pump uses an electric-powered motor to express breast milk automatically. and the manual breast pump means mom expresses milk by hand.

The development of breast pump?

In the beginning, the only breast pumps on the market were manual breast pumps. With the development of technology, electric breast pumps were designed. Many mothers would choose a portable breast pump, which features a tube. In the last two years, the wearable breast pump has become the choice of more mothers, which is actually a newly designed electric breast pump.

How to choose suitable breast pump?

Usually we consider price, insurance covered, FDA approved and application scenarios. The manual pump is the cheapest, which is suitable for a full-time mom at home. And the wearable breast pump is most expensive, which is insurance covered normally. It is suitable for full-time mothers and is more convenient and private. The portable breast pump is somewhere in between.

How to choose suitable breast pump?

This is the biggest problem that confuses new moms. In fact, the breast pump does not determine the amount of milk produced. Keep balanced diet and good mind. Follow doctor's advice.

When should I start using my breast pump?

When your baby is gaining weight and keeping a healthy weight, experts recommend waiting six weeks to use a breast pump to first establish a breastfeeding routine. However, low birth weight, separation from your baby, and other factors may mean your doctor recommends you start sooner (but never during pregnancy).

How often should I clean my breast pump?

If you’re using a shared pump such as a rented medical-grade breast pump, clean it before each use. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends cleaning any breast pumpTrusted Source parts that come into contact with breast milk after each use and ensure they dry thoroughly. This is true for both shared pumps and if you own your pump.

How do I know which breast pump will work for me?

Most breastfeeding mothers do not need a pump at all. If you decide to get a pump, most lactation experts agree that a double expression breast pump is ideal, though a single expression pump can be beneficial in certain scenarios, such as when nursing and pumping at the same time.

You can also choose between manual and electric breast pumps, which comes down to preference.

If you have a low milk supply, need to build up stores, or establish your milk supply, a hospital-grade breast pump is a good choice. If your baby spends time in the NICU or is born prematurely, your doctor may recommend one. In most cases, a double electric pump will fulfill pumping needs.

How do I pump breast milk?

Always wash your hands and then assemble the breast pump parts. For electric breast pumps, center the breast shield over your breast, pressing gently. Start on a low intensity and then increase slowly if you want. It should never feel painful. Manual pumps require a slightly different process. You will want to stimulate your breast by hand first and then center and press the pump to your breast before you start manually pumping the handle.

What breast pump do lactation experts recommend?

Lactation experts all may have different favorite breast pumps they recommend, but they do all agree that a double expression pump is the best so you can pump on both sides at the same time.

Will a breast pump change my breasts?

Your breasts after breastfeeding and pumping may be different than before the baby, but many women experience minimal long-term changes. Nipples may change in size and appearance while breastfeeding, and stretch marks may intensify.

Pumping should never be painful, but breast pumps can cause trauma to breasts when used incorrectly or too often. So it’s important to choose the right size and not to overpump, which can lead to engorgement and mastitis.

When should you order your breast pump?

Hear from moms across the board to find out when they ordered their breast pump. We found most of them ordered around week 30. Any time during pregnancy is a great time to begin the process, so that we have plenty of time to arrange the details before baby arrives. If you’ve already given birth and just learned that a breast pump is a covered benefit through insurance, you are still eligible up to one year postpartum. Keep in mind that each insurance provider has a different set of guidelines regarding when your breast pump can be shipped. So, your pump may not ship until 30 days prior to your due date or even after you’ve given birth in some instances.