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Medela Harmony Manual Breast Pump
- For occasional time away from baby
- 2 phase expression technology
- Lightweight design is portable and discreet
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Medela Harmony Breastpump
Occasional use • single pump • manual
The newest technology in an easy-to-use manual pump.
Preferred by 9 out of 10 moms over other manual pumps.
Lightweight and portable for on-the-go pumping.
More milk in less time with 2-Phase Expression technology.*
*When pumping at Maximum Comfort Vacuum in the expression phase.
1 - Harmony breastpump
1 - 24 mm (medium) PersonalFit breastshield
1 - 5 oz/150mL BPA-free breastmilk bottle with lid and stand
1 - valve
1 - membrane
2 - spare membranes
From the Manufacturer
Breastfeeding. ..the Very Heart of Our Business
Medela’s primary focus is breastfeeding by helping moms to successfully breastfeed their babies and to do so for as long as they choose. Meeting this goal responsibly is at the heart of everything we do.
Medela Harmony Manual Breast Pump
A single, manual breast pump designed for occasional time away from baby.
- Lightweight design is portable and discreet.
- Great complement to a Medela double-electric breast pump.
- 2-Phase Expression technology in an easy-to-use
- Soft-touch, ergonomic swivel handle makes manual pumping comfortable.
- Compatible with PersonalFit breast shields.
- All parts that come into contact with breast milk are made without BPA.
- Includes: (1) manual pump, (2) 5oz bottles with lids, (1) bottle stand, (1) nipple with collar, (1) cap, (2) membranes.
Top Customer Reviews
(1) The Isis has a lot of parts and reviewers say it is a pain to clean. The Harmony has fewer parts making it easier to clean.
(2) We don't use Avent bottles, we use Dr. Browns. The Dr. Brown's bottles we already have (narrow neck) fit right onto the Medela pumps.
(3) The Harmony takes the same parts as the Pump in Style so no need to worry about keeping two sets of replacement parts.
I have used the pump a few times so far and it has been great. I easily can fill one of the Medela bottles they include with the pump (they include 2) and it is so easy and quiet to use. I can use it anywhere. Since the handle swivels and you can pump one handed, it can also be used while you nurse your baby.Read more ›
I am on my second child, and have tried almost every pump there is. This one is by far the easiest to use, quickest to clean, and most effective at removing milk quickly.
1. The very best part is the two-phase system: you use your thumb to pump quickly on the top button just like baby sucks really fast when she first attaches. Then once milk starts flowing, usually within thirty seconds for me with this pump, you switch to the longer, harder pulls with the handle. It's brilliant. Truly.
2. The breast shield is rigid yet slightly soft, so it really does mimic the suction of Baby's mouth further up on the breast. No other pump I've tried has this added feature. Sometimes when I'm not looking I actually can't tell which side she's on, it's that good.
3. The handle swivels, which is marvelous as I usually pump one side while nursing Baby on the other (I've found this the best way to get the most milk and easy let-down). With other pumps, it's been difficult to get the right angle without spilling milk. The swivel handle allows me to keep the pump at a good angle but move the handle so that my hand can pump.
4. The removable handle makes it easy to clean, and I've had no assembly problems as there are few parts to mess with.
5. I keep the removable base attached most of the time, so I can set it down without it tipping over.
6.I have been using it twice daily for a month, and it is still as good as new.
How it rates against others:
Second place: Ameda hand pump: I had this one with my son, and loved it.Read more ›
I'm here to tell you that you CAN get by with just this manual pump, despite what the "experts" say. Your milk won't dry up, and you can pump as many ounces as you need to. All you need is a bathroom stall and some persistence. This was my only pump for 8 months as a working mom with my first child and I plan to use it for a year with my second. (I have two of these pumps so one is always available.)
First, some pointers about making sure you have good suction. 1) Make sure no clothing is in the way preventing a good seal around the breast 2) Make sure the plastic flap/valve is well attached and in good shape - best to wash it by hand 3) The flexible plastic insert in the handle has an opaque cream colored bottom that must be lined up parallel to the handle. It may need to be readjusted during pumping - not a big deal.
To use this as your main breastpump, you need to combine it with breast compression while your are pumping. You can find pointers on the web, but basically when milk flow slows down you gently squeeze a region of your breast. You will see the flow immediately start up again. Repeat, compressing different areas until no milk can be expressed. It takes about 10-15 minutes to empty each breast. If the breast still feels firm or thick, continue to pump to encourage another milk let down.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this product to use in the middle of the night and sleep better. I have the medela pump in style advance electric pump and it is a pain to set up in the middle of the might... Read morePublished 17 hours ago by YRRB
Keep in mind everybody reacts differently to different pumps, what works for me may not work for yourself. Read morePublished 1 day ago by All Things Baby
I purchased this at Target for $40, which I'm now regretting because I could have saved some money if I had bought it here instead. :D. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Bethany Margaret Puntney
Bought it for my wife. Provides less suction than the electric breast pumps but makes a great backup for when your out and about. She loves it.Published 2 days ago by Eric Keefer
I bought this for my sister since her insurance would not cover a pump for her. A woman in Buybuybaby recommended it to me. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Erika Zivelonghi
Two new mothers shared their stories of preferring this manual pump to the Medela Dual Advanced In Style electric pump. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Sam McTavey