Pump Anytime, Anywhere, Anyways With Elvie: The Smart, Silent, Wireless Breast Pump

Are you one of those moms that are f*cking tired of hiding behind closets, locking yourself in the bathroom or covering your upper body part with useless wraps all because you need to pump while in public? And the pumps are taking a lot of space, and the electric ones are even noisy, and your wrist gets tired, and you get all kinds of *looks* from around you, and and and. Remember that time when Scarlett Johansson admitted she took her breast pump to the Oscars, because she had a regular pumping schedule she could not skip? (we all know why..). Nothing unusual about this, but imagine how amazing it would have been for her and all nursing mothers out there, to be able to pump everywhere, anywhere, anytime…

Well now, it is possible thanks to the world’s first silent wearable (and almost invisible) breast pump: meet Elvie Pump. Now you can lead the meeting in a deux-piece and heels, or enjoy a quiet time outdoors with a good book – all the wile you pump. It’s time to cut the cords and pump on your own terms. 

Think no tubes, no wires, no noise. Small and lightweight, Elvie Pump is worn inside a standard nursing bra, making it truly hands-free. Nothing to tie you down – or slow you down.

Realmomster Elvie Breast Pump

Realmomster Elvie Breast Pump

 

I mean, just imagine you have tickets on Broadway. Or any kind of theatre show, and you so desperately need to pump as you have been away from your baby all day. Or think about being the lead of a board meeting in your company that takes place exactly at the time you had scheduled a little pumping party. Now it is all possible, and above all, easy as hell to do this.

“The breast pump epitomizes everything that’s wrong with health technology for women,” says Tania Boler, a cofounder. Unlike loud and bulky traditional pumps that usually consist of tubes, plugs and fragmented parts, the Elvie Pump is simple, silent and wireless. It also connects to a smartphone app that allows women to control the device remotely and track her volume of milk output.”

You can find the Elvie pump on elvie.com.

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