‘Jolie’ NUK man­ual breast pump

Mother & Baby (Australia) - - The Buzz -

“The con­ve­nience is what I loved most about the NUK ‘Jolie’ man­ual breast pump. It is small and com­pact, and means I can eas­ily pump any­where in the house and at work. Aside from cost sav­ings, the other rea­son I chose a man­ual pump over an elec­tric one is be­cause they are qui­eter and there­fore more dis­creet. The NUK ‘Jolie’ is com­fort­able to use and the smooth-ac­tion han­dle al­lows for the milk to pump eas­ily. With only a few parts, it’s also easy to clean and quick to as­sem­ble.” TONI BLACK­MORE, MUM TO JACK, NINE MONTHS “The NUK ‘Jolie’ man­ual breast pump is an op­tion for those want­ing to use a man­ual pump, with no re­quire­ment for bat­ter­ies or a power point. For a mum who hadn’t used a man­ual pump be­fore, I found it to be a new chal­lenge. I had to use both hands, and I did have some trou­ble with the pump rod fre­quently slip­ping out of po­si­tion on the han­dle. It wasn’t as ef­fec­tive as other breast pumps I have used, but in say­ing that, it was the first time I had used a man­ual in­stead of an elec­tric. All in all, it was easy to wash, ster­ilise and put to­gether.” EMMA ELLETT, 38, MUM TO LEILA, SIX MONTHS “I had al­ways as­sumed that elec­tric pumps were bet­ter than man­ual, but I was very sur­prised to learn that this wasn’t the case for me! It was re­ally nice not to hear the con­stant whirring of the elec­tric pump, and I didn’t have to worry about plug­ging it in or charg­ing a bat­tery. When I was back at work and still feed­ing, I used it to col­lect milk faster than with my elec­tric pump, and it was small enough to fit in my hand­bag.” SONG YE SEUL, 33, MUM TO HENRY, FIVE MONTHS

NUK ‘Jolie’ man­ual breast pump, $59.95

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