Enjoy the gentle comfort of the Philips Avent portable manual breast pump. With Natural Motion Technology, inspired by baby’s own suckling action for a quick let down. You can easily adjust rhythm and vacuum. Fits practically all nipples. The innovative silicone flange – inspired by the baby’s ideal suckling action – stimulates the nipple to help start your milk flow, fast. For comfortable and effective expression. One size fits all. Because we all come in different shapes and sizes, the silicone cushion gently flexes and adapts to fit your ideal anatomy. Fits 99.98% of all nipple sizes* (up to30mm). The breast pump is small and lightweight, which means it is easy to store and transport, making pumping on the go simple and discreet. Feel free to adjust the pumping rhythm and suction to suit your needs, comfort, and milk flow. Relax and sit comfortably while you express -thanks to our design that lets you sit upright, rather than having to lean forward. Because there are only a few parts, our new pump is easy to setup and clean. To feed using your expressed milk, simply attach the soft nipple to the bottle container. To store your milk for feeding later on, close the bottle using the sealing disc. * Based on: (1)Mangel et al. Breastfeeding difficulties, breastfeeding duration, maternal body mass index, and breast anatomy: are they related?. Breastfeeding Medicine, 26 April 2019, ((109 participants, Israel);(2)Ziemer et al. Skin changes and pain in the nipple during the 1st week of lactation. * Journal of Obstetric, Gynaecologic & Neonatal Nursing, May 1993, (20 participants (Caucasian), USA);(3)Ramsay et al. Anatomy of the lactating human breast redefined with ultrasound imaging, 2005, (28participants, Australia). * BPA Free breast pump: Only associated with the bottle and other parts that come into contact with breast milk. Following EU regulation, 10/2011
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From the manufacturer
Philips was founded in 1891 in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, by Frederik Philips and his son, Gerard. Recognizing the opportunity presented by the mass-market introduction of electricity, and inspired by Gerard’s keen interest in scıence and engineering, the pair soon conceived a bold but timely plan: cost-effective, reliable electric incandescent light bulbs. The 1900s were a time of dramatic social and economic change. During this time, Philips became the largest private employer in the Netherlands.
Recognizing the value of scientific research to product innovation, the Philips research laboratory – known as ‘Philips Nat Lab’ – opened in 1914. Led by Dr Gilles Holst, it aspired to the highest standards of research, embarking on visionary projects, such as investigating emerging lighting technologies to discover new sources of light, while its breakthroughs in X-ray tubes ultimately marked the origin of Philips’ involvement in health technology.