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Medela Swing Breastpump

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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions5 x 11 x 9.5 inches
OriginSwitzerland
UPC020451670508
Item model number030.0052
Batteries:4 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
Safety warningContains small pieces. This breast pump is designed to be a single user product. Use of this breast pump and/ parts/ accessories by anyone other than the original owner presents health and performance risks and voids the product warranty.
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation16 Ounces
Maximum weight recommendation96 Pounds
Material TypeBPA Free
StyleMedela
Best usesBreast Milk Expression
Batteries requiredYes
SuspensionN/a
Wheel typeRemovable
  
Additional Information
ASINB000LPZTQY
Best Sellers Rank #492 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

So, you want a Medela electric breast pump - after all, it is the gold standard - but you're watching your budget? You'll love the Swing™ Breastpump, Medela's smallest, lightest, most-affordable electric breast pump! This single breast pump features Medela's exclusive 2-Phase Expression(R) technology for efficient pumping. And it's so compact and portable, you can clip it to your belt, or even hang it off your shoulder. Swing includes all the accessories you need to get started (including a bottle stand and two breastmilk bottles). All housed in a portable drawstring bag. AC adaptor included, or takes 4 "AA" batteries (sold separately) for pumping on the go. The Swing breast pump features Medela's 2-Phase Expression(R) technology which mimics a baby's natural nursing patterns. A light, fast stimulation phase is followed by a deeper, slower expression phase. Pump weighs less than 1 lb. (about 10 1/2 oz.) and is just 5" in diameter Swing accessories include: 24 mm PersonalFit™ breastshield, valve, 2 membranes, tubing, and optional-use neck/shoulder strap Includes these breastmilk storage supplies: 1 - Motor unit 1 - PersonalFit 24 mm (medium) breastshield 1 - Breastshield connector (pump body) 1 - Valve 2 - Membranes 1 - Tubing 2 - 5 oz (150 mL) breastmilk bottles 2 - Bottle lids 1 - Bottle stand 1 - Shoulder/neck strap 1 - AC adapter 1 - Drawstring bag 1 - Breastfeeding Information Guide 1 - Instructions for use

Customer Reviews

Excellent product, compact, easy to use and clean, very good.
karin wickert
I use this pump at least 3 times a day 2 days a week and it works really great for me.
Nicole McLemore
It works MUCH better than the hand pump that I had that took FOREVER!
Someone Who Cares

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

297 of 304 people found the following review helpful By Dexton on December 15, 2011
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After my wife gave birth to my daughter at the hospital, she wanted to breast feed and I supported her decision to do so. After a c-section however, they recommended using a breast pump to get the milk to the baby via the bottle. The unit they had at the hospital was a Medela Symphony, and she loved it. The problem is that it costs over $1,200.00 and we could not afford anything near that at the time for home use. After we read many reviews, we decided to give the Medela Swing Breast Pump a try, and overall we are very impressed with it for a single breast unit. The milk output is very similar to the $1200.00 hospital unit, which is great.

Now for the cons that I have read for this product, and a way we found to fix them... The tubing that comes with it causes two undesirable effects. The first issue is that breast milk can back its way into the tubing if you are not careful and can get into the motor, which is bad news all around for many reasons, including contamination (think of weeks old milk trapped in there, yuck). Secondly, it is a bit loud. Not so loud that it wakes everyone up in the house, but loud enough to make watching TV or having a conversation distracting, not to mention making the baby wonder what the heck is going on.

** HERE IS HOW WE FIXED these two problems: Purchase a longer length of Medela breast pump tubing. The ones for the Symphony fit the Swing Pump perfectly. We tried the longer tubing that was used with the hospital Symphony model that they gave to us when we left (which is around 42 inches long instead of the included 28 inches long tubing) and the difference was astounding. I would have NEVER thought that a slightly longer tubing would quiet the unit by 80% AND help prevent back-flow, but it did... as weird as it sounds.
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220 of 233 people found the following review helpful By M. Rowlen on November 11, 2006
OK... so I've been told the Symphony is the Cadillac of breast pumps... but with a price tag of $[...] who can afford that?? Renting it cost $[...] a month if you can find a place to rent it.. I did and used it for a month.. I honestly was not totally impressed for the price. Then I read up on the swing this pump ALSO (like the symphony) includes the Medela 2-Phase Expression Technology - the new standard for unsurpassed naturalness, comfort and efficiency. AND after buying it.. I liked it BETTER then the symphony. Infact I think it works just about the exact same, which is crazy of Medela when the price is SO different. I have tried the Medela Pump in style as well as the Avant Isis and this one is the best.

I would highly reccommend this pump.
POSITIVES:
This pump is portable. Comes with a travel bag, runs on batteries OR you can plug it in. The pump itself is about the size of a Hardees Hamburger. The breast shield is soft and very effective, you can control the speed and it has the letdown mode as well that automatically turns on after a few minutes. The breast shield is soft and comfortable, the suction and speed is the same as the symphony, the pump is SIMPLE to use, FOUR buttons-you can't NOT figure it out easily! It is FAST and emptys your breast totally.

NEGATIVES: (I have to stretch on this one cause I love the pump) It's not quiet, I don't know why the other review says it is.. It's actually louder then I thought it should be.. but not louder then the Medela Pump in style or symphony. But just not "quiet" I don't want you thinking you are going to get something you can pump with at the front of a mini van and noone in the back is going to hear..
It's a Single Pump... I know.. DUH..
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109 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Dexton on December 15, 2011
After my wife gave birth to my daughter at the hospital, she wanted to breast feed and I supported her decision to do so. After a c-section however, they recommended using a breast pump to get the milk to the baby via the bottle. The unit they had at the hospital was a Medela Symphony, and she loved it. The problem is that it costs over $1,200.00 and we could not afford anything near that at the time for home use. After we read many reviews, we decided to give the Medela Swing Breast Pump a try, and overall we are very impressed with it for a single breast unit. The milk output is very similar to the $1200.00 hospital unit, which is great.

Now for the cons that I have read for this product, and a way we found to fix them... The tubing that comes with it causes two undesirable effects. The first issue is that breast milk can back its way into the tubing if you are not careful and can get into the motor, which is bad news all around for many reasons, including contamination (think of weeks old milk trapped in there, yuck). Secondly, it is a bit loud. Not so loud that it wakes everyone up in the house, but loud enough to make watching TV or having a conversation distracting, not to mention making the baby wonder what the heck is going on.

** HERE IS HOW WE FIXED these two problems: Purchase a longer length of Medela breast pump tubing. The ones for the Symphony fit the Swing Pump perfectly. We tried the longer tubing that was used with the hospital Symphony model that they gave to us when we left (which is around 42 inches long instead of the included 28 inches long tubing) and the difference was astounding. I would have NEVER thought that a slightly longer tubing would quiet the unit by 80% AND help prevent back-flow, but it did... as weird as it sounds.
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