Breast Pumps and Baby Weigh Scales

 
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The Medela symphony

Individual-user(retail) pumps work great for some, but there isn't a one size fits all, and sometimes a hospital-grade breastpump can pick up where other pumps leave off, but they can be expensive! Medela Symphony Breastpumps are available to rent by the month or week. If you used a hospital-grade breastpump during your stay in the hospital (and brought your pump accessories home with you), great news- it will fit the Symphony and you most likely won’t need a new one! Don't worry if you didn't though, we have them available for purchase. Pumps can be picked up any day of the week (check for availability first!), or delivered for a small convenience fee depending on location. We also offer breastpump education and pump setup (including helpful tips to help you along your pumping journey). Check out our Services page for more info!

Pump pricing:

  • Bi-weekly: $50

  • Monthly: $75

  • One month rental deposit($75) required. You will get this back in full after pump return.

  • Delivery rates determined based on your location.

  • Pump education includes set up, instructions on use, flange fitting, cleaning and breast milk storage instructions with hand outs.

We offer the following retail items to help along your breastfeeding journey: 

  • Medela Symphony Pumpkit

  • Pumpin' Pal Flanges

  • Supplemental Nursing Systems

  • Special Needs feeders (150ml and 80ml)

  • Hydrogels and Nursing pads (disposable and cotton)

  • Medela Pump N Style breast pump

  • Calma bottles

  • Pump storage bags

  • Sanitizing steam bags

  • Replacement parts for Medela breastpumps (individual use and hospital-grade) including: tubing sets, membranes, flanges, adapters, battery packs

 

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Pro tip: Did you know that using the correct size flange can have a huge impact on how much milk you pump? Using flanges that are too large (or too small) can reduce the amount of milk you get per pumping session and cause unnecessary discomfort. Many moms are also surprised to find out their flange size can change, just like a bra size, as your body changes postpartum.