Swing Flex™ 2-Phase electric breast pump
For quick, efficient expression whenever you need it. Ideal for breastfeeding mums who want to share feeding with a partner, get out for an appointment, or simply take a break.
At a glance
New PersonalFit Flex™ breast shield – a whole new pumping experience, personalised to you
Medela 2-Phase Expression® technology mimics babies’ sucking for a more natural pumping experience
Compact, portable and easy to use
- Closed system prevents breast milk from entering the tubing.
Shaped around you1
Every mum is different. Your breast shape is unique and can change throughout your breastfeeding journey. With our new PersonalFit Flex™ breast shield, you can easily adapt the way your Medela breast pump fits to help you find the most comfortable, effective, position to express.
A more natural pumping experience2,3
When your baby latches on, he sucks quickly at first to start the milk flow, then more slowly to feed. Medela 2-Phase Expression® technology mimics these instinctive rhythms for a more natural-feeling and comfortable pumping experience.
Simple to operate, comfortable to use
Medela Swing has a very simple design and is extremely portable. It’s easy to assemble and take apart for cleaning so all parts can be sanitised quickly.
1 x Swing motor unit
1 x mains adapter
1 x 150 ml bottle with lid
1 x bottle stand
1 x PersonalFit Flex™ connector
1 x PersonalFit Flex™ breast shield size 21 mm
1 x PersonalFit Flex™ breast shield size 24 mm
1 x IfU Swing Flex / Swing Maxi Flex™
1 x Quick Card
- Medela Swing and Swing Maxi Flex™ Instructions for use PDF, 19.48 MB
- Medela breast pumps with Flex™ technology PDF, 551 KB
- Infographic: Why your choice of breast shield is key to successful pumping PDF, 331 KB
- Breast shield fitting guide PDF, 90 KB
- Flex™ technology range features comparison PDF, 166 KB
1 ClinicalTrials.gov [Internet]. Bethesda MD: National Library of Medicine, USA, data on file: NCT02496429; NCT02492139; NCT02719548; NCT03091985.
2 Kent JC et al. Response of breasts to different stimulation patterns of an electric breast pump. J Hum Lact. 2003;19(2):179-186.
3 Kent JC et al. Importance of vacuum for breastmilk expression. Breastfeed Med. 2008;3(1):11-19.