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Philips AVENT Isis Manual Breast Pump

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  • Includes one ISIS Manual Breast Pump, two 4-oz AVENT Natural Feeding Bottles and two Sealing Discs for breast milk storage
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Technical Details
Item Weight12.8 ounces
Product Dimensions9 x 7.9 x 3.1 inches
OriginUnited Kingdom
UPC761269004931 761269004030
Item model numberSCF290/20
Power source typeManual
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Best Sellers Rank #29,741 in Baby (See top 100)
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An efficient and convenient breast pump without noisy motors or batteries, the Avent ISIS Breast Pump is an excellent choice for nursing mothers. The results of the ISIS pump are similar to most battery or electric pumps, and it distinguishes itself from other manual pumps with 5 soft petal-shaped cushion massagers and a unique silicone diaphragm that work together to mimic breastfeeding and stimulate the natural let-down reflex, helping to express more milk, quickly, naturally and gently. As you pump, the ¿petals' flex in and out, gently massaging the area behind the nipple, replicating your baby's suckling action. The suction produced by the diaphragm is so efficient that you can control it just through the pressure of your fingertips on the handle, adjusting it to your own comfort level with comfortable one-handed action. Includes two 4-oz. bottles, 2 newborn nipples, Nipple Travel Pack, sealing disc and spare parts. Weighing only 1 pound, this light and portable pump easily fits into your purse or bag. Dishwasher safe. Imported.


The Avent Isis breast pump is a great portable system. This manual pump provides a comfortable and efficient way to pump without the need for a larger, battery-run breast pump. The disposable silicone "let-down" cushion has five petal-shaped massagers that flex in and out to imitate your baby's suckling. It's comfortable because you control the speed and pressure. This pump is easy to take apart and clean and comes with a stand, travel cover, sealing disc, spare diaphragm, and two valves. It also has a newborn nipple so you can use the 4-ounce bottle to feed your baby. --Andrea Linsky

Customer Reviews

Get the sterilizer when u buy the pump, worth the money.
It kept coming off and causing me to lose suction and then milk would get up between the pump and the cushion.
Hollie C
With this ISIS manual pump, I can get the same amount of expressed milk in less than half the time.
Kelly D Velasco

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433 of 436 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 28, 2005
Everyone on Earth told me, "Don't cheap out and get a manual pump! Get the Medela!!!" I do like the Medela, but...well, read on.

Last week, when my baby hit 4 weeks, my husband and I spent the weekend on a mini-vacation while my mother-in-law took care of the baby. I didn't want to take my big, luggy Pump-in-Style along and set it up in the hotel room, just to express milk that I wouldn't keep because I had nowhere to keep it. So I went to the drugstore and bought the Avent Isis, about which I'd heard good things.

Compared to the electric pump, this was SOOOOOOO CONVENIENT. All you have to do is hook up an Avent bottle (or disposable breastmilk cup) and go. There's no tubing to plug in, no bag to lug around, etc. I got just as much milk out of this as I do from my Medela P.I.S. It was easy on my hand, too, and I have a tiny, tiny bit of residual carpal tunnel syndrome left over from pregnancy. The milk just flowed.

Also, I was already using Avent bottles, so that makes this even easier. If you want to store your milk in Avent bottles but use another brand of pump, you have to buy Avent's bottle-neck adapters. (I have these, too, for the electric pump.)

With the electric pump (for the unfamiliar out there), you have to hook up tubing between the part that gets the milk from your breast, and your electric pump unit (concealed in the fashionable bag). You also have to hook up a plug from your bag/pump unit to the wall. It is annoying if one end of the tubing, say, touches the floor or your pet comes up and gets his face on it before you get started (have to re-clean and start over). There are other annoyances, but the setting up is the most inconvenient part of the electric pump.
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196 of 199 people found the following review helpful By History_of_Art_Geek on June 11, 2002
Recently, while on vacation I misplaced the membranes for my "Medela, Pump In Style Breast pump", which are vital for operation. The spare parts were safe at home, and with a hungry boy on my hands, I was in a predicament. Unable to nurse, I have provided my son with breast milk by pumping three times a day since birth. I was concerned about maintaining my milk supply, not to mention the discomfort of very full breasts, so I purchased the Isis Breast pump because I use Avent products and liked the idea of being able to pump right into the feeding bottle, 4-ounce, 9-ounce or disposable. I am amazed by the comfort, control and power this little hand pump provides. In addition, I enjoy the convenience of not having to be "plugged in" and the reduced amount of bottles to wash. I found this pump to be great in a pinch, or for a weekend away. However, for my particular situation having to express 30 ounces a day in order to keep up with my little guy, the "Pump In Style" is superior to the Isis in both speed and quantity of milk expressed.
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53 of 58 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 15, 2002
Before giving birth I purchased the Avent Isis pump (after reading the reviews) with the plan to pump just occasionally. I first tried to use it in the hospital, but couldn't draw a drop! Unfortunately I had a lot of problems breastfeeding (extreme pain) and decided to buy the Medela Pump in Style so that I could pump all my milk and feed the baby by bottle. This worked fine for 3 months - I'd double pump for 15-20 mins and get a total of 4-5oz. The downside to the Medela though is it is heavy to carry around, noisy and requires electricity, so is not very practical if you're traveling or out shopping for the day! Also, if you are double pumping it "ties up" your hands so if you're alone with the baby and have to retrieve a pacifier or answer the phone you have to turn the whole thing off, un-attach the bottles (otherwise they easily tip over) and clean yourself up! The Avent's much easier in this regard.
I had tried the Avent again (since leaving the hospital), but still couldn't get more than a couple of drops, so was reluctantly preparing to stop breast pumping altogether (before going on vacation) and reverting to formula. Yesterday I decided to give it one last try and after re-adjusting it on the breast a couple of times I got amazing suction and pumped 2.5oz from one breast in just 3 minutes. I think the trick is to press it really firmly against your breast (so it's air-tight)and position your nipple in the center. You have to pump a couple of times to get it going (feels a bit uncomfortable), but then the milk really starts flowing. If you re-adjust every few mins. you can get even more milk by pressing on different ducts. I'm now using this pump INSTEAD of the electric one as it's so much quicker.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Paige Burkes on June 2, 2005
Near the end of my pregnancy I bought the Isis manual pump in anticipation of relieving any engorgement between feedings. I thought I would need to invest in the Medela electric pump when I went back to work. Not so. The Isis has been the perfect pump. At work it's fast and completely quiet. In 10-15 minutes I've been able to comfortably pump up to 10 ounces of milk at the office (or just about anywhere, for that matter). I just pour it out of the bottle and into a bag and I'm done! My son is now 15 months old and it's still the only pump I use.

Early on I had problems with getting enough (or sometimes any) suction. While pushing the pump securely to the breast is important, making sure the little star shaped valve is pushed completely in (with stars facing up) is critical. Once I figured that out, I never had a problem.

Cleanup is very easy too. I'm glad I didn't waste $300+ dollars on a big electric pump. For 1-4 pumpings a day, this is the only pump I've ever needed.
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