Avent BPA Free Natural Handheld Single Electric Breast Pump SCF332/01
Size/Count 1.0 ea
- Comfort single electric breast pump
- For ages 0 - 6 months
- Choose from 3 pumping settings
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Size/Count 1.0 ea
More Comfort, More Milk**
For Ages 0 - 6 Months
Unique, More Comfortable Expressing Position
Unlike other pumps there is a shorter funnel so you don’t have to lean forward to ensure all your milk ends up in the bottle.
Choose from 3 Simple Settings
For your most comfortable milk flow – low, medium, high.
Soft, Warm Massage Cushion
To gently stimulate milk flow.
Compact, Lightweight Design for Ease of Use
Fewer, lightweight parts.
Parts are dishwasher safe, excluding electric parts.
Requires 4 - AA Batteries (Not Included)
Dress CTN: 1
Master CTN: 4
Dress CTN DIM† (L x D x H): 3.74 x 11.89 x 9.21 in
Master CTN DIM† (L x D x H): 15.63 x 12.28 x 10.04 in
Dress Cube†: .237
Master Cube†: 1.12
Dress Weight†: 1.99 lbs
Master Weight†: 8.6 lbs
Made in England
*For hygienic reasons, once this personal care product is opened it cannot be returned.
**More comfort: 82% of 64 UK breastfeeding mothers agreed that this breast pump was more comfortable than their current pump (main market brands).
Please Note: This item has been built to U.S. electronics specifications and may need additional modifications or converters to be used in countries other than the U.S. and Canada.
Preparing for use: The motor unit, the silicone tube and cap and the adapter do not require cleaning and sterilizing, as they do not come into contact with breast milk. Clean and sterilize all other parts of the breast pump before first use as described in chapter 'Cleaning and sterilizing'. Also clean these parts after each subsequent use and sterilize them before each subsequent use. Assembling the breast pump: Make sure you have cleaned and sterilized the appropriate parts of the breast pump. Wash your hands thoroughly before you handle the cleaned parts. Be careful, the cleaned parts may still be hot. Tip: You may find it easier to assemble the breast pump while it is wet. Insert the white valve into the pump body from underneath. Push in the valve as far as possible. Screw the pump body clockwise onto the bottle until it is securely fixed. Place the silicone diaphragm into the pump body from above. Make sure it fits securely around the rim by pressing down with your fingers to ensure a perfect seal. Place the massage cushion into the funnel-shaped section of the pump body. Push in the inner part of the massage cushion as far as possible and make sure that it is perfectly sealed all around the rim of the pump body. Press in between the petals to remove any trapped air. Note: Place the cover over the massage cushion to keep the breast pump clean while you prepare for expressing. Insert the adapter into the wall socket and insert the other end into the motor unit. The adapter reference code is indicated on the bottom of the appliance. Only use the indicated adapter with the appliance. For battery operation, turn the bottom of the motor unit in the direction indicated by the marks on the bottom, then remove it. Insert four new 1.5V AA batteries (or 1.2V, if rechargeable) into the battery housing. Reattach the bottom to the motor unit. Note: A new set of batteries provides up to 3 hours of operation. If you have inserted batteries in the battery housing of the motor unit and plug in the adapter, the breast pump will run from the main power supply. The batteries cannot be charged in the unit. Attach the silicone tube and cap onto the diaphragm. Push down the cap until it is securely in place. Using the breast pump: When to express milk: If breastfeeding goes well for you, it is advisable (unless advised otherwise by your healthcare professional / breastfeeding advisor) to wait until your milk supply and breastfeeding schedule are established (normally at least 2 to 4 weeks after giving birth). If you are separated from your baby and wish to continue to breastfeed when you are reunited, you should express your milk regularly to stimulate your milk supply. You need to find the optimum times of the day to express your milk, for example just before or after your baby's first feed in the morning when your breasts are full, or after a feed if your baby has not emptied both breasts. If you have returned to work, you may need to express during a break. Using a breast pump requires practice and it may take several attempts before you succeed. Operating the breast pump: Wash your hands thoroughly and make sure your breasts are clean. Relax in a comfortable chair (you may wish to use cushions to support your back). Make sure you have a glass of water nearby. Press the assembled breast pump against your breast. Make sure that your nipple is centered, so that the massage cushion creates an airtight seal. Gently start to press down the handle until you feel the suction on your breast. Then allow the handle to return to its resting position. Repeat step 4 rapidly 5 or 6 times to initiate the 'let-down' reflex. Adopt a slower rhythm by pressing down the handle and keeping it pressed down for up to 3 seconds before you let it return to its resting position. Continue in this way while your milk is flowing. If your hand becomes tired, try to use the other hand to operate the breast pump or rest your arm across your body to pump from the opposite breast. On average, you need to pump for 10 minutes to express 60 - 125 ml (2 - 4 fl oz) of breast milk. However, this is just an indication and varies from woman to woman. When you have finished expressing, carefully remove the breast pump from your breast and unscrew the bottle or breast milk container from the pump body ready for feeding / storage. Clean the other used parts of the breast pump according to the instructions in the chapter 'Cleaning and sanitizing'. Cleaning and sanitizing: Disassemble the breast pump completely. Also remove the white valve. Be careful when you remove the white valve and when you clean it. If it gets damaged, your breast pump does not function properly. To remove the white valve, gently pull at the ribbed tab on the side of the valve. Clean all parts in hot water with some mild washing-up liquid and then rinse them thoroughly. You can also clean the parts in the dishwasher (on the top rack only). To clean the valve, rub it gently between your fingers in warm water with some washing-up liquid. Do not insert objects into the valve, as this may cause damage. Sanitize all parts in a Philips Avent steam sanitizer or by boiling them for 5 minutes. Store the breast pump and its accessories in a safe and dry place.
The breast pump is only intended for repeated use by a single user. Do not leave the breast pump unattended when it is plugged in. Never drop or insert any foreign object into any opening. Although the breast pump is compliant with applicable EMC directives, it may still be susceptible to excessive emissions and / or may interfere with more sensitive equipment. Never use any accessories or parts from other manufacturers or that Philips Avent does not specifically recommend. If you use such accessories or parts, your guarantee becomes invalid. Clean, rinse and sterilize all pump parts, except the motor unit, the tube and cap and the adapter before each use. Never put the motor unit or the adapter in water or in a sterilizer, as this causes permanent damage to these parts. Do not use antibacterial or abrasive cleaning agents when you clean breast pump parts. Do not use the breast pump if the silicone diaphragm appears to be damaged or broken. See chapter 'Ordering accessories' for information on how to obtain replacement parts. Do not continue pumping for more than five minutes at a time if you do not succeed in expressing any milk. If the pressure generated is uncomfortable or causes pain, switch off the appliance, break the seal between the breast and the pump body with your finger and remove the pump from your breast.
Always unplug the breast pump immediately after use. This breast pump is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. Do not allow children or pets to play with the motor unit, the adapter or accessories, as these parts may pose a choking or strangulation danger. Inspect the breast pump, including the adapter, for signs of damage before each use. Do not use the breast pump if the adapter or plug is damaged, if it does not work properly, if it is damaged or if it has been dropped or submerged in water. Do not use the breast pump outdoors, where aerosol spray products are used or where oxygen is administered. The breast pump is not suitable for use in the presence of flammable anaesthetic mixtures with air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide. There are no user serviceable parts inside the motor unit of the breast pump. Do not attempt to open, service or repair the breast pump yourself. If you do, your guarantee becomes invalid. Keep the adapter and the silicone tubes away from heated surfaces. Only use the adapter indicated on the appliance. Do not attempt to remove the pump body from your breast while under vacuum. Switch off the appliance and break the seal between your breast and the pump funnel with your finger. Remove the pump from your breast. Never use the breast pump while you are pregnant, as pumping can induce labor. Never use the breast pump while you are sleepy or drowsy. Do not expose the breast pump to extreme heat and do not place it in direct sunlight.
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