Best Buys Reviews & shopping Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine Awards 2011/2012 best electronic breast pump If you want to express milk to continue feeding your baby when your maternity leave it up, an electronic breast pump is the perfect accessory 1 of Ad break Expressing is fab because it means you can keep up breastfeeding without being right next to your baby all the time. You can get your milk out by hand, but far easier to use a breast pump. There are two different types of breast pump, and most mums tend to go for the electronic option to save time and arm muscles! But which electronic breast pump to choose. These are the best buys on the market hoping to win a Practical Parenting & Pregnancy Award Philips Avent Breastfeeding Essentials SetThe Philips AVENT Breastfeeding Essentials Set covers all of mums needs for breastfeeding and expressing. It includes the award-winning Philips AVENT Electric Breast Pump. £119 Read our reviews of the Philips AVENT Electric Breast Pump Medela FreestyleThe Medela Freestyle is the world's smallest, high performance electric breast pump, ideal for daily and frequent use. £319.99 Medela SwingThe Medela Swing has been designed to perfectly adapt to the daily routine of a dynamic mother. Ideal for occasional or frequent pumping. £130 Read our review of the Medela Swing Continue slideshow > Tommee Tippee Closer To Nature Electric Breast Pump The Tommee Tippee Closer To Nature Electric Breast Pump is designed to mimic the feel of your baby breastfeeding with a unique silicone cup that flexes to fit your breast for maximum comfort. £99.99 Read our review of the Tommee Tippee Closer to Natre Electric Breast Pump Nuby Natural Rhythm Electric PumpThe new Nuby Natural Touch Rhythm Electric Pump is efficient yet gentle. It memorises your baby's natural rhythm, making expressing milk easier. £71.49 Mothercare Electric Breast PumpMothercare's Electric Breast Pump is gentle on sore breasts and adjusts to your individual comfort level. £49.99 ARDO CalypsoThe ARDO Calypso breast pump is compact, quiet and easy to operate and includes three different breast shell sizes. £119 Continue slideshow > Ameda Lactaline Electric Personal BreastpumpThe Ameda Lactaline Electric Personal Breastpump uses dual suction and speed adjustability to allow mums to choose from a total of 32 combinations, for the best comfort and milk flow every time. £149.99 Find out about manual breast pump best buys By Daniella Delaney Comments Daily deals from top retailers Latest on MadeForMums 14 internet and text slang terms every parent should know Mum breastfeeding between contractions - captured on camera This mum's adorable selfie with her toddler isn't what it seems Is it time to end the 'nightmare' of parents' evenings?