Why Buy Me?
- The simplest way to express free of fiddly parts, the Elvie Curve breast pump is easy to use - simply press the silicone pouch to create natural suction and express up to 4 oz of milk each time
- Wearable - Sitting discreetly inside your bra, Elvie Curve is a wearable breast pump so that your hands are kept free and you don't have to worry about it being knocked off when your little one is feeding
- Comfortable - Elvie Curve fits the shape of your breast, with soft-touch silicone and a valve to control the level of suction, ensuring it's comfortable even for milk-filled breasts and can be removed easily
Elvie Curve is a wearable, silicone breast pump that uses natural suction to enable comfortable, hands-free expression. Use Elvie Curve to gently express milk whenever your breasts feel full or when you let-down while you're feeding or pumping on your other breast.
Fitting to the curve of your breast and worn in-bra, you can express milk with next to no effort while leaving your hands and body free to move. Small, compact, and worn inside your bra, the Elvie Curve breast pump is ideal for managing your milk supply during day-to-day life and while traveling.
- Safe and durable: Elvie Curve is dishwasher safe, BPA free, and made with food-grade silicone, perfect for mother and baby
- Warranty: Elvie Curve comes with a 90 day warranty. For complete warranty, see the Instructions for Use inside the packaging
Dimensions: L11.3 x W10.6 x H5.7cm approx.
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Personalised items will be delivered within 7 days.
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