Swing is the multi-award-winning electric breastpump for mothers who need a breastpump for everyday use. Whether you work part time, want to have an evening out, play sports or just want to go shopping, the Swing electric breastpump is the ideal solution for mothers who don't want to spend too much time for pumping.
Also suitable for health problems
There are various issues which can make breastfeeding directly on the breast difficult, such as latch-on problems, breast infections or sore nipples. The electric breastpump Swing helps you to get around these problems, whilst still providing your baby with breastmilk at this difficult time. You have time to heal and enjoy the benefits of a short break from breastfeeding.
Mothers can benefit from our research
Thanks to our 2-Phase Expression Technology the breastpump simulates the natural infant sucking behaviour at the mother's breast. The electric breastpump feels very comfortable to use - almost like breastfeeding itself. Its faster let-down and maximum milk flow significantly reduces pumping time, so you can express more milk in less time.
Mother – friendly operation
It is really easy for you to switch between phases yourself or set the most comfortable vacuum level. The electric breastpump can be used with a mains adapter. The option of battery operation combined with the beltclip guarantees you maximum mobility.
Choose the right breastshield for you
The choice is yours: choose between individually adjustable PersonalFit Breastshields. Whatever your needs and preferences, we have the right one for you.
Swing is small, compact and light
Swing is easy to use: mothers can easily transport the electric breastpump if they want to express milk on the go. You can assemble the electric breastpump more easily, meaning it is readily available for you to use.
Thorough cleaning – for the good of your baby
All products which come into contact with breastmilk are BPA-free and easy to clean, no matter whether you boil, disinfect or clean them using our microwave bags.
Medela is committed to supporting the WHO Code’s call for commitment to breastfeeding and breastmilk as the optimal nutrition for the growth, development and health of babies.