Working mums will know this struggle: trying to get a sleek, light yet effective breast pump for their daily pumping needs away from their kids.
One of the main things I look for in a pump is usually the size, weight and noise level of the pump. We recently tried the Haenim NexusFit™ 7V Breast Pump in white and rose gold and this is how we feel about it.
Haenim NexusFit™ 7V Breast Pump Review
1. It is super sleek and stylish
There are not many pumps that are as sleek and stylish as this one, especially in the white and rose gold colour. Usually, pumps come in pastel colours, but the metallic finish on this pump makes it a very classy one to be carrying around. So if aesthetics is what you’re going after, then this pump is a good choice.
2. It has a built-in LED night light with adjustable brightness
This is particularly useful for when you’re travelling or if you happen to be sharing a room with your little one and you don’t want to wake them from the bright light.
Many other pumps come with external lights which, might be a little glaring or bright. But the built-in LED night light is gentle on the eyes and surely won’t wake baby up.
Not to mention, the easy interactive LED display indicates the timer, suction level and battery level.
3. It is incredibly light
At only 385g, this is one of the lightest breast pumps I’ve used of this calibre. This is not to say it is the lightest one in the market – but it is incredibly light for something so quiet and powerful.
4. It is gentle on the breasts
Powerful is not always good, especially if you’re using the wrong parts. It could end up in cracked nipple problems, clogged ducts and more issues. But when you have a design for the breast shield that is comfortable for the breast, it can be advantageous. The Haenim NexusFit™ 7V shields come with grooves, which gentle massage and press down on the breast, easing the milk to come out.
The one-size-fits-all silicone breast shield is also convenient for mums as it fits nipple sizes from 20mm onwards.
5. It comes with a smart memory function
If you’re like me and you like to work while pumping, sometimes, you lose track of time and you forget to switch fro massage mode to pumping mode. For me, I like to run my massage mode for 3-5 minutes before switching to pumping mode.
All it took was doing this once and saving it as my favourite setting using the memory mode and it was automatic after that. I didn’t have to pay much attention as the pump effectively drew out my supply.
Overall, I am quite happy with the results of the pump. Usually it would take me 30 minutes (15 minutes on each side, single pumping mode) to yield about 7 ounces, but with this pump, it cut short my time to only 25 minutes to achieve the same yield.