Why Buy Me?
- Pump in peace thanks to clever silent technology
- Keep an eye on your milk volume and control the pump remotely using a free app
- Fits comfortably inside your nursing bra so you can pump at a time that works for you
Elvie Pump - Single Electric Breast Pump is a silent, wearable breast pump that can be connected to a free app for additional features. Completely redesigned for modern lives, Elvie Pump makes it possible to pump on your own terms.
Simply place the pump in your nursing bra, turn it on and press Play on the pump or in the app to start your pumping session. Elvie Pump will automatically switch from Stimulation to Expression mode when it detects let down and will stop pumping when the bottle is full. Elvie Pump is designed to fit in your bra, and your life - so you can go about your daily routine while you pump.
Small and lightweight, Elvie Pump is worn inside a standard nursing bra, making it truly hands-free.
Elvie Pump is the world's first silent breast pump. Revolutionary technology eliminates noise so that you can pump in peace - anytime, anywhere.
Each Elvie Pump has just five parts to clean and takes seconds to assemble. No cords, no wardrobe changes, no fuss.
Use the free app to monitor milk volume in real time, track pumping history for each breast and control the pumps remotely.
- 1 Hub (pump mechanism)
- 2 Bottles (150ml/5oz)
- 2 Storage Lids
- 1 Breast Shields (24mm)
- 1 Breast Shields (28mm)
- 2 Valves
- 2 Spouts
- 2 Seals
- 2 Bra Adjusters
- 1 USB Charging Cable
- 1 Carry Bag
- User Manual and Product Warranty
Elvie Pump can be used with or without connecting to the app. The free Elvie Pump app is available for download from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Elvie Pump is compatible with iPhone 5S and later (iOS10+) and Android 6 and newer versions that support Bluetooth Smart / Bluetooth Low Energy (excluding Huawei phones).
For any questions you have regarding Elvie products, please don't hesitate to reach out to Elvie's Customer Care team on +44 (0)203 823 6298 or email them on [email protected]
Dimensions: H128 x W110 x D68 mm / H5 x W4.3 x D2.7 in approx.
Weight: 225g / 7.4oz
The delivery options available in checkout may vary based on your items availability and your location.
We will deliver your order in 3 - 5 days.
Pre-order items will be delivered in up to 5 days from the delivery date specified on the product page.
Personalised items will be delivered within 7 days.
Please allow an extra day for Bank Holidays.
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£4.95 on orders under £50
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