Technology has changed the way moms express milk

By on February 14, 2017

Millennial moms grew up in a digital generation for whom multi-tasking has become the norm. But using classic breast pumps  today means they have to stop what they’re doing in order to pump.  The latest technology has figured out a way to make things better.

Silicon Valley company went into full immersion and invented a new way to match active moms’ multi-tasking needs.

The result is the new WILLOW BREAST PUMP  wearable shaped like a ‘nu bra’ that discreetly pumps milk without the classic pesky tubes. They are also noise-free which enables working moms to do the pumping while at work.

Each side contains a bag that holds up the milk. The whole pumping device is powered by batteries that last for two days on a single charge.  To see how much milk is pumped, the device comes with a companion app so that you can keep track of each activity and record it  on your smartphone. The set comes with a disposable milk bags, 2 packs each of flange and Flextube™.

www.willowpump.com

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