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Philips Avent Manual Breast Pump offers mothers a unique and more comfortable, natural expressing position. It features a soft, warm massage cushion to gently stimulate milk flow. It also has a naturally shaped teat for easy feeding.
Philips Avent Manual Breast Pump
More comfortable expressing position. Unlike with other pumps you don't have to lean forward to ensure all your milk ends up in the bottle. Soft warm stimulating massage cushion. Our iconic massage cushion now has a new soft warm texture intended to help stimulation. Natural shaped teat for easy feeding. The pump comes with our new natural shaped teat so baby can easily feed from breast and bottle. Also included: instruction guide. Always refer to the enclosed leaflet for instructions. 1More comfort: 82% of 64 UK breastfeeding mothers agreed that this breast pump was more comfortable than their current pump (main market brands). More milk naturally independent research has shown that there is a link between stress levels and milk production: see www.philips.com/avent. *0% BPA - following EU directive. "Much more comfortable than my usual breast pump - you don't have to bend forward". Susan, mum of two boys. www.philips.com. Trademarks owned by the Philips Group. ©Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved. Personal care product - no refunds or exchanges once opened. This does not affect your statutory rights. www.philips.com/avent. Call free on 0800 331 6015. This carton is made of recyclable material.
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Philips. Avent. More comfort, more milk naturally1. Philips Avent manual breast pump. Natural. 0% BPA*. Unique more comfortable natural expressing position. Soft warm massage cushion to gently stimulate milk flow. Natural shaped teat for easy feeding.
It's an expensive exercise to find a pump that works, but this one really did it for me. I tried a different brand's electric pump and still got more out using this manual pump. Electric is not necessarily better.