soft silicone cup is specially designed to mimic a baby's natural feeding action
switch suction levels during expressing to give you maximum efficiency and extra comfort
only 3 parts, making it quick and easy to assemble and clean
The Closer to Nature Electric Breast Pump is specially designed to mimic a baby’s natural feeding action, for brilliant results at the touch of a button.
The unique silicone cup makes our Electric Breast Pump super-comfortable to use. There are 4 settings to choose from: light, low, medium and high. We recommend starting with the light mode to encourage milk let down, and then moving onto the setting that feels right for you.
Portable and lightweight
Includes handy steriliser box
Only 3 parts – easy to use, clean and assemble
Included inside: 1 x Closer to Nature Easi-Vent 150ml Baby Bottle, 1 x Milk Storage Pot, 6 x Disposable Breast Pads, 1 x Microwave Steriliser Box
Contains: 1 x Electric Breast Pump, 1 x Closer to Nature Easi-Vent 150ml bottle, 1 x Milk Storage Pot, 6 x Disposable Breast Pads, 1 x Microwave Steriliser Box
Natural Feel Expression
The Closer to Nature Electric Breast Pump’s soft silicone cup is specially designed to mimic a baby’s natural feeding action.
Efficient Milk Expression
You can switch between low, medium and high suction levels during expressing to give you maximum efficiency and extra comfort. 0% backflow guaranteed.
The new soft silicone cup combined with the new valve design provides gentle and efficient expression, offering maximum comfort for mum.
Easy to Use / Clean / Assemble
The simple and intuitive design of the Closer to Nature breast pumps makes them easy to assemble, use and sterilise.
One Piece Valve
A new, one piece valve provides improved suction, delivering improved efficiency and guaranteeing 0% backflow.
For total reassurance, all of our products are free from Bisphenol A (BPA).
Are all bottles compatible with the Closer to Nature breast pump?
Closer to Nature breast pumps are compatible with all Closer to Nature bottles, including 150ml, 260ml and 340ml bottles. The breast pump is not compatible with other brands.
Can I leave the batteries in my electric breast pump when it's connected to the mains?
Yes, that's fine. The mains connection will simply override the battery supply.
Is it possible to order spare parts for the breast pump?
Certainly! You can request breast pump spare parts from our Careline via Freephone 0500 97 98 99, or by submitting an enquiry here.
What should I do if I experience loss of suction?
Firstly, it's common for there to be a low volume of milk when first starting to express. Expressing successfully does need a bit of practice, so relax, take your time and don't worry if things don't go to plan straight away. It's important to find a routine that suits you, and if you are unsure in any way, ask for help from your Healthcare Professional.
If you're still concerned about the pump itself, here's some things to consider:
Make sure all connections are secure. The silicone insert on the horn should be forming a complete seal around the breast. Ensure that the valve is clean and not damaged in any way, as well as checking that the air tube is securely fitted to the upper pump body and to the motor unit if using the electric model. It's also worth looking at the air tube for any kinks!
For an electric breast pump - If there is only a small amount of suction being created at the end of the air tube even on setting 3, this normally indicates that there has been a problem with the assembly of the breast pump, or that a part has become damaged.
Please follow the steps detailed below:
1. Check the main body of the pump for cracks and tears (all main plastic components including the air tube).
2. Ensure that the white rubber valve that hangs down into the bottle has a visible split running across the base. This allows the liquid to flow through. If there is no visible split, you can gently rub this to get it to pop open or change it for the spare.
3. The setting may be too fast for your milk flow. Try turning it down to a lower setting. PLEASE NOTE - You do not necessarily need to go straight to number 3, as 1 or 2 may be better for your milk flow.
4. The silicone cup part needs to have a little “give”. It should not be pushed all of the way onto the plastic horn underneath and should leave a small gap between the two materials.
5. The silicone shield should create a good seal around the breast. Moistening the shield with a damp cloth may help create a better seal.
For a manual breast pump, there are 2 main parts within it that make up the suction. First there is the valve which hangs down into the bottle, the second being the silicone concertina. Check the valve has a split running across the end of it. If not, gently rub the valve together between your finger and thumb as this should allow it to re-open. This process will allow the milk to flow freely. If you are still experiencing loss of suction, please check the concertina part to make sure there are no visible splits or tears inside.
Should the above steps not improve your suction or a spare part is required, please contact our Careline Team.