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Medela Harmony Flex Breast Pump

$6899 CAD

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Harmony is a single, manual (hand-powered) breast pump designed for occasional time away from your baby. This breast pump is a great option for travel or as an occasional back-up to your double electric breast pump. A small, lightweight, and portable design makes transport easy and discreet for convenient pumping at home, at work, or on the go. Best of all, an included PersonalFit Flex breast shield means more milk faster, when compared to the traditional 90° breast shield. These shields are designed to reduce pressure on the breast and optimize milk flow, giving you more milk faster.

The Medela Harmony Flex Breast Pump is especially recommended for moms who travel: for use either as a backup for a double electric pump or on its own if you are not a frequent pumper.

Light and discreet

Harmony is a manual pump so it does not require electricity or batteries for operation and is almost silent. This is a very lightweight pump that fits easily into a handbag.

Simple and elegant design

Harmony’s ergonomic design is intuitive and allows for very easy use. It is very simple to take apart and clean. The handle on the Medela Harmony manual breast pump has been designed to twist, so you can always get the best angle to pump the milk without having to move your arms into an uncomfortable position. The lever has a soft rubber cover that makes pumping a little easier on your hands and helps the pump operate quietly.

2-Phase Expression technology

Harmony is one of the few manual pumps in the world featuring 2-Phase Expression technology. The breast pump simulates the natural baby sucking behaviour at the mother's breast.

  • Stimulation phase: When babies first go to breast, they suck fast and light to stimulate milk flow.
  • Expression phase: After milk flow or "let-down" starts, babies breastfeed with a slower, deeper suck, bringing out more milk faster.