|Product Dimensions||20.3 x 15.2 x 7.1 cm; 0.1 Grams|
|Item Model Number||63.00.191|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Weight||0.1 g|
Ardo Amaryll Start Manual Breast Pump -, Manual Breast Pump for Gentle, Occasional Pumping of Breast Milk - BPA-Free - Swiss Made
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|Colour||White & Green|
|Item weight||0.1 Grams|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||20.3 x 15.2 x 7.1 centimetres|
About this item
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- Manual Breastpump for gentle expressing
- Clever ergonomic design which means it can be used by both right and left-handed mums
- Easy to put together and simple to use - product is fully assembled
- Made from premium-quality Bisphenol-A free materials
- Left and right-handed women can adjust the ergonomically shaped lever to the right position - also ideal for women with particularly small or large hands
Frequently bought together
The Amaryll Breastpump is the ideal manual pump if you're occasionally expressing. It's small enough to pop into your bag when you're out and about and very easy to use.
What’s in the box?
1x Amaryll manual breastpump with a150ml bottle with 26mm breastshell; 1x lid with removable insert; 1x Bottle Stand; Multi lingual Instructions.
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We did have the advantage that the hospital had provided us with the cone attachment I had used while I was there which meant we didn't have to buy one of the appropriate size as the one that came with it was a little small - this saved us a little and we have a backup cone now which is useful.
It also fit the few bottles we were sent home with as the screw fitting is the same as those used at the hospital we were at.
The suction is very good (and variable depending on how hard you press the lever) and the top fits into place three different ways so that whether you are pumping on the left or the right you can get your pumping hand into a good position (though the markings for that are not so obvious - it is in the manual that comes with it though).
The one downside it has is that it has no cover for the cone and so once sterilised you have to use it straight-away or, as we do if we're taking it out, put it in a sterilised bag (we use brand new sandwich bags and an airtight clip)