Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine Awards 2011/2012 best manual breast pump

If you're heading back from maternity leave while your baby is still young you're going to have to learn to pump. But which to use? These are the best buys

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Just because you’re going to be going back to work after your maternity leave doesn’t mean you have to give up the breastfeeding bond. Do you research to find out which type of breast pump is right for you and consult our breast pump buyers guide. If you’re choosing to go for a manual pump, take your pick from these best buys, all competing for a Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine award

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Medela Harmony

Medela Harmony

The Medela Harmony manual breast pump is ideal for mothers who only express milk occasionally and do not want to miss the unusual feel of their baby. Easy to use and easy to clean. £39

Read our review of the Medela Harmony

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Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Manual Breast Pump

Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Manual Breast Pump

The Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Manual Breast Pump comes in just three parts so it’s quick to assemble. The pack includes everything you need to get started. £26.99

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ARDO Amaryll

ARDO Amaryll

The ARDO Amaryll is a light, compact manual breastpump handy enough to fit in a changing bag or handbag. It’s discreet – perfect for mums on the go. £27.50

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Mothercare Manual Breast Pump

Mothercare Manual Breast Pump

The Mothercare Manual Breast Pump is gentle on sore breasts, easy to assemble and easy to use. £14.99

Read the review of the Mothercare manual breast pump

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Babies R Us Manual Breast Pump

Babies R Us Manual Breast Pump

The Babies R Us Manual Breast Pump is comfortable for mums and easy to use and includes 12 pads to start mums off. £14.99

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