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Medela Harmony Manual Breast Pump

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  • For occasional time away from baby
  • 2 phase expression technology
  • Lightweight design is portable and discreet
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Product Information

Technical Details
Product Dimensions9 x 4 x 8 inches
OriginMade in USA
UPC883413186284 020451671864
Item model number67186
Target genderFemale
Material TypeBPA Free
Power source typeManual
Batteries requiredNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB0006HBS1M
Best Sellers Rank #81 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  
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The Harmony breast pump from Medela is a truly innovative manual pump featuring breakthrough two-phase expression pumping for convenience and efficiency. Safe for the collection, storage and feeding of breast milk, the Harmony blends quiet, effective pumping with ease, true comfort and optimum convenience.

The Medela Harmony Breast Pump offers:
  • Fully manual operation so there is no worry about dead batteries.
  • SoftFit breast shield massages for maximum comfort.
  • All parts that come into contact with the milk are BPA/DEHP-free for purity.


The Swing's compact size makes it easy to pump wherever you are. View larger.
Gentle Comfort
Designed to provide gentle comfort, the Harmony includes several features to help make pumping a more enjoyable experience. First, the contoured, ergonomically designed handle fits easily in your hand. The handle also swivels, giving you the freedom to position your hand and then pump more comfortably on each breast.

Two-Phase Expression Technology
Designed to feel more like your baby than any other manual pump, the Harmony features two-phase expression technology, an advanced pumping pattern that mimics a baby's natural nursing rhythm.

This system works in two modes: the simulation mode and the expression mode. The simulation mode simulates your baby's initial rapid sucking to start your milk flowing, while the expression mode simulates your baby's slower, deeper suckling to express your milk gently yet efficiently. These modes work together to make pumping a quick and painless process.

Convenient, Safe and User-Friendly Design
Medela knows that busy moms don't have the time or patience to struggle with complicated parts or to wait for the pump to stimulate milk flow. That's why the Harmony is designed for faster let-down.

Additionally, this one-piece unit features fewer pieces to assemble and clean than traditional manual pumps, making it a snap to start pumping when and where you need to. Most importantly, the Harmony is a safe and sanitary way to provide your baby with healthy breast milk--all parts that come into contact with breast milk are 100-percent BPA/DEHP free. For added convenience, this pump is also upgradeable to electric pumping with the use of the Symphony or the Lactina conversion kits (not included), and it is backed with a 30-day limited warranty.

About Medela
Founded in 1961 in Zug, Switzerland by Olle Larsson, Medela is committed to supporting the WHO Code's depiction of breastfeeding and breast milk as the optimal nutrition for the growth, development and health of babies. The company believes it is their obligation to offer a complete solution, "from breast to belly," of high quality products that enable mothers to provide the optimum nutrition of breast milk to their babies. Today, Medela's primary focus remains to help moms successfully breast feed their babies as long as they wish. This goal lies at the heart of every product the company develops.

What's in the Box
One SoftFit breast shield, one container stand, two five-ounce containers, two lids, Breastfeeding Information Guide and Instruction Manual.



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Customer Reviews

Very easy to use and clean.
Leslie Romero
This one is so easy to use and you have to pump a long time before your hand gets tired.
Amy BW
I'm a stay at home mom, so this pump works great for my needs.
Katelyn Anderson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

983 of 1,005 people found the following review helpful By Lauren A. VINE VOICE on April 14, 2005
I am a first time mom and I exclusively breastfeed my 3 month old. I have a Medela Pump in Style Advanced, which I love for work. However it isn't that convenient for at home use and travel. For one, the Pump in Style has a lot of parts and tubing that need to be connected. You need to plug it in - or use a TON of batteries. It is heavy and it is loud. I first noticed that I needed a manual pump when my husband and I made two plane trips with the baby. I didn't want to drag the pump along with all of the other baby equipment I needed so I left it home. I brought the bicycle pump style manual pump that Medela includes with the pump in style. I managed to get a full bottle fairly easily, but the pump really tired my arms out and it was loud. So I began shopping for an easy to use manual pump. I heard a lot about the Avent Isis, but not much about any other pump. While online, I came across this Medela Pump and decided to give it a try for a few reasons:

(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.
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189 of 208 people found the following review helpful By a mom on May 24, 2005
I got this pump for free at the hospital. I also have an electric one which I bought that is great, but this one stayed in the nursery and was great for relieving engorgement in the middle of the night, or when I need a little more out than the baby took. I could also use it while walking around the house which I couldnt do with my electric one. It was pretty powerful too - could get a whole feeding in a few minutes. It is also easy to clean.
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204 of 252 people found the following review helpful By SUDS on January 13, 2013
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This pump works great unless the o-ring falls off or cracks. If that happens then it is useless and Medela will only sell you an o-ring with two other parts for almost the price of this pump. If that happens do yourself a favor and go to a hardware store. For $.23 I was able to get a replacement o-ring. They did not have them at HD but they had them at Ace. Just ask the person for an 1/8th inch ID o-ring. I spent less than $2 and bought 8 of them. I will keep them with me when ever I use the pump. My husband is a genius!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By remengland on June 6, 2012
After leaving my Lansinoh manual pump at work over a five-day weekend, I had to buy this Medela Harmony as a replacement. I was so happy to get my Lansinoh back! Hopefully this review might help people who are deciding between the two. As background, I work two days a week and pump three times a day on those days. On all other days, I pump once overnight. For my needs I am glad I didn't shell out for an electric pump. I am able to pump a full bottle in 10-15 minutes. There are a few things I prefer about the Medela (see below), but the bottom line is that the Lansinoh works better. Both pumps are quiet. The Lansinoh, however, is simply a better fit and more efficient at pumping - and that's all I really care about! The Lansinoh has a padded breast shield and I really miss that when using the Medela. My main complaint is the suction is very poor on the Medela. It could be that the breast shield part didn't fit me right, they warn of this in the instructions, but seriously - I don't want to go out and buy yet another part especially as it might not help. When using the Medela I found the handle kept losing suction (yes I had it put together correctly according to the instructions) and becoming very loose during pumping - so annoying! When I first got the Medela I was excited to read it had a nifty feature that allows you to press on one end until let-down, then you pump using the main handle. Sounds good and clever, but really it's pointless and doesn't help. I never use that feature, and with the Lansinoh, it's so easy just to pump more quickly until you let-down that it makes such a feature irrelevant. Assembly on both pumps is extremely easy and it's possible to pump one-handed. The Medela is better designed for cleaning and is more compact - it fits in a make up bag which is awesome. One other good thing about this pump is it comes with a nipple. I don't think I'll ever use it for feeding my baby but I can imagine it's good to have.
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56 of 72 people found the following review helpful By VA Mom on March 18, 2006
I am a first-time, stay-at-home mom and I love this pump! I was completely overwhelmed when I started shopping for one when I was pregnant, and finally went with this model after hearing great things about Medela's overall. I have used this pump for 6 months now, pumping once a day almost daily, and it still works great.

I love it because:

1) there are minimal parts to clean, lose or break

2) there are two pumping "modes" making to help get the milk flowing

3) since it's a manual, it's easy to travel with or pump in the car

4) it's silent so I can pump discretely

5) it's so small it tucks easily into a bag when travelling

6) holding and operating the pump is very comfortable---I've never gotten sore hands or fingers

7) you can pump directly into the Medela freezer bags or their provided bottles, and I found the neck also screws directly into the Playtex VentAire bottles we use

8) it's quite effective---I'm able to pump 4-6 ounces in 10-15 minutes

Whew! To sum it up, I found this to be a great manual pump, perfect for my needs! I HIGHLY reccomend it!
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