Swing Maxi™ Double Breast Pump

Swing Maxi™ Double Breast Pump

R 4,499.00
On Credit: R 419 / month*
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Get the best with the electric Swing Maxi Double Breast Pump from Medela.

With an innovative two-phase system, the Swing Maxi mimics your baby's natural sucking rhythm to express more milk in less time, leaving you more time to live your life pump-free.

This is the Rolls Royce of breast pumps. Also included is Calma, a unique breast milk feeding solution that enables your baby to pause and breathe regularly whilst feeding.

Get the best with the electric Swing Maxi Double Breast Pump from Medela.

With an innovative two-phase system, the Swing Maxi mimics your baby's natural sucking rhythm to express more milk in less time, leaving you more time to live your life pump-free.

This is the Rolls Royce of breast pumps. Also included is Calma, a unique breast milk feeding solution that enables your baby to pause and breathe regularly whilst feeding.

Exactly what you will get:

  • 1 x pump controller
  • 2 x 150ml bottles
  • 2 x suction cup heads
  • 2 x bottle stands
  • 1 x teat
  • 1 x cap
  • 1 x bottle screw
  • 1 x extension lead
  • 1 x instruction manual

Suitable for:

  • Why not take a loot at Medela's Guide to see which breastpump is best for you?

Key features:

  • Easy to use: easy to assemble, use and clean. 
  • Comfortable: a range of vacuum levels and settings. 
  • Flexible, light and compact to pump at home or on the go, use with batteries (not included) or main adapter. 
  • Support of milk supply: double pumping can help to increase and sustain milk supply.
  • Individually adjustable vacuum levels and quiet operation guarantee high comfort
  • Twice as fast as single pumping
  • May promote increased milk supply for a longer period of time, with milk of a higher energy content

NAPPI code:

  • 151873-001

How to use

How to Clean

Tips & Troubleshooting

Breastfeeding Tips