Why Buy Me?
- Easy to use: 4-button intuitive interface and 9 pre-programmed settings
- Easy to assemble and clean thanks to few parts
- Lightweight and compact design
Medela Solo™ Single Electric Breast Pump
Solo, the next generation and enhanced version of the Swing electric breast pump family from Medela, was developed thinking of breastfeeding mothers, who seek comfort and practicality in their lives, without compromising or losing effectiveness.
Solo uses the 2-Phase Expression® technology, which alternates from fast to slower sucking rhythms, mimicking the baby's natural rhythm. Solo comes with PersonalFit Flex™ breast shield that can be easily adjusted to fit your breast, making your pumping more comfortable and giving you up to 11.8% more milk1. Solo is more compact than the Swing electric breast pump and has a built-in rechargeable battery with USB type C connector, saving you time and allowing you to use it without having to recharge for up to six pumping sessions.
Solo is a single electric breast pump with closed system, that prevents breast milk from entering the tubing, overflowing and leaking into the pump mechanism. This helps ensure that your expressed milk stays safe and clean, but also that your pump's components are protected from potential damage.
- Improved mobility: built-in rechargeable battery for up to 6 pumping sessions
- Faster charging with USB type C port, compared to micro-USB port
- 2-Phase Expression® technology mimics your baby's natural sucking
- PersonalFit Flex™ breast shield for increased comfort and 11.8% more milk1
- Noticeably quieter compared to the previous generation, with less than 45 dB at the Maximum Expression Level
- 1 x Solo™ motor unit
- 1 x 150ml baby bottle with lid
- 1 x bottle stand
- 1 x PersonalFit Flex™ connector
- 1 x PersonalFit Flex™ breast shield size 24mm
- 1 x USB charging cable
- 1 x USB power adaptor
- 1 x Instructions for use for Solo™
Dimensions: 90 x 54 x 120cm
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