We know how daunting it can be when you start breast feeding your little one for the first time. The distinctive Symphony breast pump with its research-based pumping programs has been developed specifically to support mothers throughout their lactation journey: to initiate, build and maintain an adequate milk production.

The emotional closeness and the bond between mother and baby during breastfeeding are very special. It is no wonder, then, that mothers are reluctant to place their trust in a breast pump. But when direct breastfeeding is not possible or the mother is experiencing difficulties, switching to a breast pump might be very helpful.


Benefits of Subscribing:

  1. Enjoy the full benefits of a hospital-grade pump at a fraction of cost
  2. No need to worry about future maintenance
  3. Decluttering – no need to store the pump since it is temporary
  4. Free pump delivery and collection included!

Benefits of Symphony double breast pump

The hospital-grade, multi-user Symphony breast pump with its technical features and accessories is based on clinical research and is designed to support mothers to meet their individual needs throughout their lactation journey.

Symphony features Medela’s initiation technology and 2-Phase Expression technology, comes with overflow protection and is equipped for double and single pumping.

  • Supports mothers to effectively initiate, build and maintain an adequate milk production.
  • Helps initiate lactation when using the INITIATE program
  • Assists mothers to build and maintain their milk production when using the MAINTAIN program
  • Alleviates symptoms of engorgement and helps heal mastitis
  • Brings out flat or inverted nipples
  • Easy to use and pleasingly quiet operation

Advantages of 2-Phase Expression:

  • Maintains lactation due to simulation of baby’s sucking behaviour
  • Feels natural
  • Provides optimal mix of comfort and efficacy
  • Expresses more milk in less time
  • Shorter pumping sessions due to quicker time to milk ejection
  • Allows easier transition from breastfeeding to pumping