Looking for the best breast pumps in Singapore? Here’s a handy guide for breastfeeding mamas, including discounts and promos just for you!
Buying a breast pump is a big decision when you’re breastfeeding – it can aid in increasing your milk supply, and will be a big help when you return to work after maternity leave! So which one should you choose?
Things to consider when choosing a breast pump that’s best for you:
– Is it heavy? Do you need one that’s easy to take on a commute, or does weight not matter if you’ll only be pumping at home?
– Is it loud? Some breast pumps are quieter than others, so it’s worth reading the reviews to see what other mamas have to say about its sound.
– Can you pump hands-free? Most older models will require a hands-free pumping bra, but there are also some nifty new breast pumps that are so discreet that you can pump under your shirt while out in public!
– How much does it cost? Are you willing to spend more on a convenient, ticks-all-boxes model, or can you compromise on some of the functions for affordability?
We’ve listed out the best breast pumps nursing mamas can find in Singapore, plus tried-and-tested Sassy Mama faves!
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The Cimilre S6 Plus (S6+) is one of the smallest and most efficient portal hospital grade breast pumps in Singapore – quieter than a library and lightweight at just 850 grams. The brand hails from Korea and has been around for some 20 years, founded by Uzin Medicare who are also the brains behind Spectra. The Cimilre S6 Plus (S6+) is a Rechargeable Hospital-grade Double Electric Breast Pump with hands free breast shields that can fit under a nursing or wireless bra (without the need for a hands-free bra). It comes with an adjustable massage mode to stimulate let down, and 12 expression modes to help mothers achieve their maximum milk output. The memory function is great for saving your preferred settings so you can immediately start your pumping sessions without spending extra time readjusting the modes. Did we mention the Cimilre S6 Plus (S6+) is one of the quietest breast pumps ever made with a mere 38-decibel hum? It also has a soft night light to help mothers navigate the pump in the dark and is conveniently portable with a rechargeable battery that can last up to 4 hours.
Purchase directly from Cimilre Singapore to ensure authenticity and enjoy a stress-free 2-year local warranty support. If the pump requires servicing during the 2 years, Cimilre SG will provide you with a free rental pump so there is no disruption to your schedule!
Breast pump price: $269
Get 8% off Cimilre breast pump with the promo code SASSYCML8.
Purchase online at Cimilre or at the Trekvue Showroom at 1002 Jalan Bukit Merah, #04-02, Singapore 159456.
Hegen may be famous for their aesthetically pleasing milk bottles (not to mention their gorgeous gift boxes), but did you know they also make their own breast pump? Perfect for mothers beginning their breastfeeding journey, the Hegen PCTO™️ Double Electric Breast Pump (SoftSqround™️) is the world’s first relaxation breast pump designed for comfort and efficiency. Plus it boasts hospital-grade suction strength! It features a unique patent-pending kneading massage function that not only releases tension from breast engorgement and helps to stimulate milk supply, but also helps relieve body aches and sore muscles anywhere on the body! You can use it as both a single or double pump (and even switch from electric to manual pumping easily) to express and store breast milk directly into the Hegen PCTO™️ Breast Milk Storage PPSU containers, minimising the transfer of all that precious liquid gold. Its softsqround™️ flanges are made of soft silicone for better adhesion to skin, making every pump session a comfortable one. The gift set comes with a pair of 22mm flanges and 4 other flange sizes are available for purchase separately.
The compact breast pump fits nicely into any bag (it’s just 230 grams!) and allows hassle-free charging with a USB charging port. The minimal and easily removable parts also make cleaning exceptionally easy!
Breast pump price: $495
www.hegen.com and also available at Amazon.sg, Lazada, Shopee and major Mother and Baby Specialty stores and department stores.
Tommee Tippee is the number one brand for baby feeding accessories in the UK. They’re also one of the top brands of infant products and accessories in the global market! The Tommee Tippee Double Electric Breast Pump features an innovative switching expression technology that allows you to choose between pumping from both sides or a single side. This mimics your baby’s latch-on rhythm and simulates a natural feed, making it easier to trigger milk release thus delivering a natural and comfortable pumping experience. Its patented MassageTec®️ feature is a soft, cushioned silicone cup with a gentle texture that massages and soothes the breast (so vital for those intense first few weeks of breastfeeding!), allowing a thorough stimulation to effectively express milk. You have the option to choose between 5 massage and 9 express modes to stimulate milk flow and express breast milk in a way that’s most comfortable for you. With the pump’s ergonomic body, along with the weight being approximately two mobile phones, mamas can hold the pump comfortably in their hands for long periods.
www.nottoobig.com.sg and also available at Mothercare, Motherswork, Mummys Market, Pupsik, Kiddy Palace and the official Tommee Tippee store on Lazada and Shopee.
The Elvie Electric Breast Pump is the world’s first silent wearable breast pump – it fits in your bra with no need for tubes or wires – making it perfect for pumping at work or on-the-go! All you need to do is place the pump in your nursing bra, turn it on and press Play on the pump or in the free Elvie app to start pumping. The breast pump will automatically switch from Stimulation to Expression mode and will stop pumping when the bottle is full. We love that it’s hassle-free too, containing just five parts to clean and takes seconds to assemble. You don’t need the app for the breast pump to work, but it can help you monitor milk volume in real time, track pumping history for each breast and lets you control the pump remotely! You can choose the best fit for you with 2 breast shield size options and 7 intensity settings for greater comfort and choice.
Breast pump price: From $439
PramFox offers free same-day shipping on all their electric breast pumps, including Elvie, Spectra and Medela – because when you need it, you need it! Sassy Mamas can get 10% off PramFox’s curated Breastfeeding Essentials Kit with the code SASSYMELONS – PramFox founder Elise, mama of three breastfed babies, hand-picked each element of the kit to help smooth out the bumps in your breastfeeding journey!
Philips Avent is one of the most renowned brands in the baby gear market, with award-winning products such as baby bottles, breast milk storage solutions and breast pumps! They’ve created a range of single and double electric rechargeable breast pumps with a focus on improving your milk flow. Featuring the Natural Motion Technology for quicker milk flow, Philips Avent Breast Pumps can help you produce more milk in less time while delivering the best and most comfortable pumping experience.
Breast pump price: From $320
There’s so much to love about the Baby Express BE Mini Electric Breast Pump, conceptualised right here in Singapore! This wireless and tubeless breast pump is a fab modern innovation for working mothers – and it doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket. Light, small, portable and closed-system, the BE Mini Electric Breast Pump is a great on-the-go mama must-have without compromising on quality and power. Other amazing features include a low noise level, a 1-button on/off switch and a nipple correction mode to help correct flat or inverted nipples for a more comfortable pumping experience.
Breast pump price: $79.90
Enjoy 10% off with promo code sassy10, no minimum purchase is required!
Available for order on babyexpress-sg.com
With more than 100 pump settings to choose from, the Freemie Liberty Mobile Pump is stronger and more versatile than most breast pumps. Unlike a regular breast pump, the Freemie Liberty collects milk in Next Gen Freemie Cups. They’re worn in the bra for discreet, hands-free pumping anywhere that’s also practical (each cup collects up to 8 ounces of milk – that’s over 230ml!) and hygienically separated from the electronic pump motor. The detachable belt clip also allows mobile on-the-go pumping – you could even be pumping at the table while having lunch with girlfriends!
Breast pump price: $529
LoveAmme is a homegrown brand that’s made a global name for itself as the creator of the world’s first customisable breast pumps. With five breast shield sizes and three T-joint sizes (uncommon for most breast pumps!) to suit various bottles on the market, you can get the best fit for a comfortable pumping experience. The certified hospital-grade LoveAmme TailorMade Pro is great for pumping while you’re out and about thanks to the in-built rechargeable battery. It can be easily recharged using any USB power option, including power banks! Need something more compact for your outings? The MadeToTravel Double Breast Pump is easy to use and fits in your handbag (featherlight at just 224g)!
Breast pump price range: $583.60 – $633.90
Read more about LoveAmme’s fab gadgets here!
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“The Medela Pump in Style Advanced has to be one of the OGs in the breast pump market. I loved that I could easily strengthen the suction with the handy dial, and it was fairly easy to assemble once I got the hang of it! The stimulation function often released my letdown within seconds, which was encouraging for me as a first-time mama. Mine came with its own bag that was easy to carry around, with the option to remove it to be placed in my other bags. It’s also easy to get replacement parts affordably should you need to change the tubes, flanges or membranes.”
Breast pump price: $329
Find it on Mothercare
The GoMini Electric Double Breast Pump weighs only 145g (as light as your smartphone!) so it’s a must-have for mamas who are always on-the-go and need something that’s super portable. It can also be operated easily with one hand – where the multi-tasking mamas at? Pump directly into your favourite Pigeon bottles and it takes away the need for any transferring into other milk storage bags or containers.
Breast pump price: $189
Find it on Mothercare
“The first time I breastfed, I got myself a manual pump, yes one of those where you’re actually milking yourself and it was a total disaster, on top of my total breastfeeding failure overall. With the second baby, I was determined to get it right. I’d been to countless baby fairs in Singapore and I keep seeing one brand of electric pumps that piqued my interest: Spectra. I was really unsure about getting it and kept thinking that perhaps European & American brands would be better (old school thinking, right?). But after reading many reviews, I went ahead and I’m super happy with it. Many of the functionalities can also be found on other brands, like the massage function to stimulate milk ducts before the actual pumping. I especially loved the fact that it’s hospital grade AND easy to transport. AND rechargeable (so no pesky cables if you’re pumping outside your home!). Often you have to choose between these 3 key features for me but this Spectra model (Spectra S1 Plus) had it all!”
Breast pump price: $280
PS. There’s also the new Spectra Dual S that’s currently getting rave reviews from lactation consultants worldwide! Check it out if you’re a mama who needs to pump several times throughout the day.
Manual breast pumps are often inexpensive and great for collecting letdown on one side while latching your baby on the other. Or simply collect milk when you feel the letdown coming! They’re also useful for relieving engorgement in a pinch. These are huge lifesavers in the early newborn days and can help to easily build a breastmilk stash in your freezer for emergencies.
Manual Breast Pumps to check out:
- Haakaa ($25)
- Hegen ($70 or $175 for the Starter Kit)
- Medela Harmony ($39)
- Lansinoh ($31)
- Tommee Tippee Made for Me ($106)
This post contains some paid partnership content. This article was first published in July 2021 and was updated in July 2022