|Item Weight||13.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 4 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||67186|
|Assembled Height||8.62 inches|
|Assembled Width||3.5 inches|
|Assembled Length||7.25 inches|
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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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.
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
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UPDATE: instead of returning the second defective pump, I went to my local hardware store and asked if they sold "tiny rubber o-rings." I bought two that looked similar in size, but a bit thicker and sturdier. When I got home, I slipped on the smaller one and it totally fixed the problem!! Don't buy Medela's replacement o-rings, they are crap. It's worth the $.50 and drive to the hardware store. Works great now! See photos.
The pieces needed are: breast shield, valve, membrane, handle, and bottle. The stand is not necessary.
I found that this tipped over regardless of whether the bottle was sitting in the yellow stand. This product is very too heavy, even when full.
Everything is dishwasher (top rack) safe. I generally would rinse in the sink and throw into the dishwasher. All pieces would come out clean without issue.
I greatly prefer the double electric Medela or hand expression to this pump. I found that the handle would often come off causing chaos. It is also very loud. Finally, could never elicit a good let-down like baby or electric pump. This was only useful (1) for a quick pump out in public when I didn't have electric pump or couldn't hand express and (2) when I was feeding baby on other side since this pump only requires one hand to operate and is easier than dealing with cords of an electric pump while feeding. Overall, I don't think I'd buy a replacement if this broke, good enough since I have already purchased it but not worth the price or effort overall.
This Medela pump simply did not work. The Avent comfort is far better. I've used the hospital grade double electric Medela pump which I do like so I figured this manual pump would be great. The only positive was that you could easily see your nipple position. (The Avent you have to turn the pump slightly to see your nipple) good luck & happy pumping!
Ok so lemme start by saying I hated pumping. This is my first child and using an electric pump in the hospital jus felt like torture and it was painful.
So I got a free Ameda electric Pump through my Insurance and it did the job I guess but I just hated pumping and I kno it was affecting my supply
I decided to try manual pumping since I’ll be taking one to work when I start back.
I got it in the mail today, right away I boiled it and used it jus for fun to “get a hang of it”
Ladies!!....within 5 minutes I was shocked.
The pic shown is jus 15 mins and within 20 I was topping 4oz almost 05oz!!!!
I wanna throw my ameda out the window🤭😂
Ohhhh by the way , amazon has this product for half the price in stores! 🙌🏾