|Country of origin||China|
Elvie Curve Manual Wearable Breast Pump - Based on Natural Suction, Hands-Free, Kick-Proof, Portable Silicone Pump That Can Be Worn in-Bra for Gently Expressing While Feeding or Pumping
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|Size||1 Count (Pack of 1)|
|Item weight||0.12 Kilograms|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||11.3 x 10.6 x 5.7 centimetres|
About this item
- HANDS FREE PUMPING: Elvie Curve lets you gently express milk using natural suction when you let-down while you're feeding or pumping on your other breast, or whenever your breasts feel full. Free from fiddly parts, Elvie Curve is easy to use. Just press the silicone pouch to create natural suction, and express up to 4 oz / 120 ml of milk.
- WEARABLE BREAST PUMP: Discreet, Elvie Curve sits securely inside your bra. That way, your hands are kept free and unrestricted to hold your baby, coffee, or whatever needs mama’s attention. No need to worry about it being knocked off when your little one is feeding.
- COMFORTABLE: Elvie Curve fits the shape of your breast, simply press on the silcone pouch to increase suction to desired level. Easily decrease suction using the control valve on top.
- SAFE AND DURABLE: Elvie Curve is dishwasher safe, BPA free, and made with food-grade silicone, safe for mother and baby.
- Elvie Curve can be used hands-free while you’re feeding or pumping on the other breast, or whenever your breasts feel full. This silicone Manual Breast Pump collects "let-down" / breast milk leaks and relieves engorgement using pure natural suction pressure.
- WARRANTY: Backed by a limited manufacturer’s warranty against any defects in materials or workmanship for 90 days. The warranty does not cover purchases from non-authorized resellers.
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Easy to use, just press the silicone pouch in-bra to activate a continuous natural suction. Simply press the pouch again whenever you need more suction to keep the milk flowing. Express up to 4 oz/120 ml of milk at a time.
Hands-free, all-in-bra design
Our discreet, curved design fully tucks in-bra, so there’s no need to hold the pump to your breast. Instead, use your hands to hold your baby, coffee, and whatever needs mama’s attention.
Elvie Curve’s wearable in-bra design means you don’t need to worry about it being accidentally knocked or kicked off your breast when your little one is feeding.
Comfort control Valve
Soft-touch silicone and Valve easily adjust suction, so you’re in control of your comfort. Then, painlessly remove the pump by releasing the pressure via Valve –no pinched skin for the win.
|Elvie Pump (Single)||Elvie Pump (Double)||Stride Single||Stride Double||Elvie Curve||Elvie Catch|
|Product description||Silent, wearable breast pump||Silent, wearable breast pump||Hands-free, hospital-grade electric breast pump||Hands-free, hospital-grade electric breast pump||Manual, in-bra, silicone breast pump||Pair of silicone milk collection cups|
|Designed for||Pumping confidently anywhere, with total discretion and no hassle||Pumping confidently anywhere, with total discretion and no hassle||Pumping confidently anywhere, with total discretion and no hassle||Pumping confidently anywhere, with total discretion and no hassle||Capturing bonus milk in-bra with hassle-free, one-press expression||Catching every last drop of milk with leak-free confidence|
|Units included||1 pump||2 pumps||1 pump||2 Pumps||1 (Single) pump||2 Cups|
|Power type||Electric||Electric||Electric||Electric||Silicone (semi-manual suction)||Collection cup (no suction)|
|All-in-one wearable||Yes||Yes||No (tubes connect in-bra cups to motor)||No (tubes connect in-bra cups to motor)||Yes||Yes|
|App features||Yes (all)||Yes (all)||Yes (some)||Yes (some)||No||No|
|Milk capacity||150 ml||150 ml each||150 ml||150 ml each||120 ml||30 ml each|
|Sizing||3 Breast Shield sizes available||3 Breast Shield sizes available||3 Breast Shield sizes available||3 Breast Shield sizes available||One universal size||One universal size|
Is Elvie Curve right for me? Elvie Curve is a manual pump that uses natural suction, making it ideal for gently expressing milk during let-down while feeding or pumping on the other breast, or whenever your breasts feel full. Useful for women who wish to express milk with minimal additional effort.
Can the suction be adjusted? If the suction feels too high, lightly press the Valve at the top of the Pouch to release a small amount of pressure. If the suction feels too low, re-squeeze the Pouch through your bra to generate more suction.
Is Elvie Curve one size fits all? Elvie Curve is one size fits all so there's no need to worry about choosing a size. It has been tested with women of many different breast shapes and sizes for the best comfort and fit.
How much milk should I get with Elvie Curve? How much milk you collect with Elvie Curve is a personal thing, as milk flow varies greatly between women. It can be impacted by where you are in your feeding journey, when you last fed and what you are doing at the time!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 July 2022
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However, I didn’t really end up using it past a few weeks. Essentially, if I needed to save milk I just used a Haakaa when toddler wasn’t around or pumped, and if I didn’t need to collect milk, instead of fiddling with the Elvie Curve I just let letdown absorb into my breast pads. The Curve became obsolete, which was a real shame. If this had suction equal to the Haakaa, it would be the perfect product for milk collection. Sadly, it doesn’t meet the same standard.
Original review at 2 weeks old:
I’m going to level with you. This isn’t as good as the Haakaa/Naturebond for output. However, if you’re a mother who simply can’t sit with a Haakaa on any more (ie if you have a toddler who keeps trying to pull it off) then this is a pretty useful item to have.
It collects a decent amount of letdown (I’ve had up to 80-100ml in a session) which is enough if you’re slowly building a freezer stash. It sits in your bra, which is a huge benefit because you can be sure it won’t be falling off and getting milk everywhere. It has a decent suction, not as strong as a Haakaa but definitely enough to trigger letdown and much stronger than every day milk collectors (eg Medela). It is generally more convenient and less obvious than a Haakaa, if you used it with other people around.
Over all, it’s a good alternative for a Haakaa and the best part is it goes in your bra.
I also have an electric pump £25.99 and it takes 20mins to get 2oz from one breast so disappointed as it cost £49.99 for this product would not recommend. Suction is crap.
I use the curve on the breast I am not feeding on for each feed from around 4pm onwards. By the evening I have collected enough milk for my husband to give the baby an 11pm bottle so that I can go to bed a bit earlier and sleep. Using the product means I do not have to sit and pump milk with the electric pump at all, so saves me up to half and hour each day!
I would really recommend as long as you have a reasonably good milk supply. So simple to use!
When using the Haaka I can get 2-3oz from the entire feed. However with this I only got 1oz and that's mainly from one breast as my left requires more work / suction than my right, so when I swap it to my left, it barely collects any.
But this does have a role in my breastfeeding schedule - and that's during night feeds when using the Haaka feels like I'm tempting fate to spill my milk all over the bed in my tired state.
With this, I can just slip it in, add some suction and due to the higher supply at night + going longer between feeds, I am able to collect more.
I simply pour into a storage bag in an ice cooler pack by the bed and in the morning transfer to the fridge. By the end of the night I can have 4oz - and I don't have to do any work for it!
Oh. Also the Haaka lady bugs are similar, but don't have enough suction in comparison to this one.