Best Buys Reviews & shopping Manual breast pumps The award-winning manual breast pumps are unveiled 1 of Ad break Can’t-do-without manual breast pumpsIf you only need to express milk occasionally and don’t want to splash out on an electronic breast pump, a simple manual breast pump is the answer. Find out which our mums rated as the best Lansinoh ManualEasy to use, this pump is quick to assemble. The ergonomic handle means there’s no strain on the wrist and thanks to its compact size, it’s easy to transport. £24.95 Read the review MAM Manual Breast PumpThis only has four parts, so there are no small parts to lose! The funnel can be rotated 360° to ensure mums can find the most comfortable position for pumping. £32.29 Read the review Nûby Natural Touch Breast Express™ Breast Pump ThiThis compact pump is ideal for instant expressing while out and about, and has been specially designed to relieve painful engorged breasts. £12.99 Continue slideshow > Philips AVENT Manual Breast PumpAn efficient pump with a strong suction action. Compatible with the AVENT bottle-feeding range, so perfect if you’re doing combined feeding. £27.50 Read the review Medela HarmonyIdeal for mums who only want to express occasionally. Its ergonomic swivel handle and two-phase technology means it’s easy to use. £24.96 Read the review Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Breast PumpEverything you need to start breastfeeding in one box, and with only three parts it’s simple and easy to use. £24.99 Read the review By Daniella Delaney Comments Latest on MadeForMums Harry Kane, Kate Goodland and child - family facts Katie Piper opens up about her post-baby body - 6 months after having Penelope Cough syrup recalled over warning that one of its ingredients goes mouldy Katie Piper combats mum guilt: 'I'm certainly not gonna torture myself over things'