Thursday, May 6, 2010

Medela Harmony Breastpump Review

My sister-in-law just had a baby. As most of us know, breastfeeding is difficult and often painful, especially if you have inverted nipples. With so many benefits of breast milk, us moms do our best to succeed in the art of breastfeeding. Using a breast pump was crucial for me when the pain became too severe or my breasts became too engorged, even after a feeding. There are also moms who work and pump so their babies can enjoy their breast milk. For these reasons, I was excited to give my sister-in-law a Medela Harmony Breastpump to hopefully help her along the way.
The Harmony Breastpump is a manual pump. I have found that manual pumps are best used for pulling out inverted nipples or relieving engorged breasts, not necessarily for pumping full bottles. However, the breast pump is quite comfortable and doesn't tug. It is a great, portable pump to keep in your diaper bag for a quick use. My sister-in-law has loved using it.


  • Preferred by 9 out of 10 moms over other manual pumps.
  • Lightweight & portable for on-the-go pumping.
  • Comfortable, massaging SoftFit™ Breastshield.
  • More milk in less time with 2-Phase Expression® technology.


  • SoftFit™ breastshield
  • 2 - 5 oz breastmilk bottles
  • Bottle stand
  • 2 solid lids
  • Travel cap
  • Breastfeeding Information Guide
  • Instruction manual
You can purchase the Medela Harmony Breastpump at several store including Target for about $30!
We are not compensated for our reviews. We receive product(s) for free so we can provide our experience. These are our honest opinions. Your experience may vary.

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