NUK Nature Sense Double Electric Breast Pump
- Rechargeable Electric Breast Pump, super-soft silicone cushion and ergonomic breast shield - for double time-saving, recommended by midwifes*
- Extra-powerful pump for use on both sides (single expressing possible)
- 16 options for different suction rhythms and strengths as well as a memory function to save a favorite session and an LCD display
- Can be used with rechargeable battery, network adapter or external power bank
- Incl. 2x NUK Nature Sense Breast Milk Container 150ml, 2x NUK teat 0-6 months S, 2x screw ring, 2x sealing disk, 2x cover, 2x bottle stand, with shoulder strap, USB cable and network adapter
- Can be combined with all NUK for Nature and NUK Nature Sense accessories
NUK Nature Sense Rechargeable Double Electric Breast Pump with LCD, incl. 2x NUK Nature Sense Breast Milk Container 150ml
NUK Nature Sense Double Electric Breast Pump – for double time-saving
Every mother has her own needs and ideas when it comes to caring for her baby. So that these needs can be met time and time again, NUK has been researching and developing new products for over 60 years. The result: products inspired by nature, which optimally help babies in their healthy development and make everyday life easier for parents. Our working together with paediatricians and midwives plays a major role here.
Simple and doubly efficient
In the first months of life, babies do not really need much more than breast milk and a whole lot of love. But there are mothers who cannot or do not always want to breastfeed but would still like to give their baby precious breast milk. Specially for mothers, who would like to be particularly time-saving when they express, we have developed the NUK Nature Sense double electric breast pump. With its two breast shields, it enables the efficient expressing of not only one breast but also both breasts at the same time, reducing the time required by half.
Strong performance, gentle expressing
With its quiet, yet very powerful motor (max. 330 mbar), the NUK Nature Sense double electric breast pump can express a lot of milk in a short time and thanks to the soft silicone cushion, it is particularly gentle on the breast. 89% of the midwives asked would recommend the pump to mothers, who appreciate efficiency and time-saving.*
Relaxed in your own rhythm
In order to trigger the let-down reflex, babies’ sucking rhythm is very fast at the beginning. Once the milk flows, they slow it down. Each baby's sucking power and rhythm are different. To come as close as possible to this principle, and to enable mothers to express their breast milk comfortably at all times, the NUK Nature Sense double electric breast pump has a great number of different setting options. It can simulate four different suction rhythms, each of which has four different suction strengths to choose from. The mother’s favourite session can be saved with the memory button and recalled any time. The LCD smart display provides reliable information about the settings and the exact expressing time - automatically adjusting to the light quality at any time of day or night.
96% of the midwives asked confirmed that the pump is easy to use. 98% agree that it gives relaxed expressing.*
Anytime and anywhere
The NUK Nature Sense double electric breast pump can function without an electrical power socket. The integrated battery lasts for three times 30 minutes of expressing and is quickly rechargeable – e.g. using an external power bank (not included). The practical shoulder strap helps to ensure that the light and handy pump can also be used when out and about. And, of course, it can be combined with all NUK Nature Sense baby bottles and teats - for feeding straight away or safe storage of precious breast milk. For maximum flexibility and efficiency in the breastfeeding daily routine.
Recommended by midwives:*
89% would recommend the pump to mothers who would like to express efficiently and save time
96% confirm that the pump is easy to use
98% agree that the pump gives relaxed expressing
*Independent market research with 46 midwives, February 2019