Breast shields play a key role in pumping comfort and efficiency. That’s why Medela incorporated the new Flex technology that’s shaped around you with the PersonalFit Flex™ Breast Shields. Its unique oval shape can be rotated 360°, allowing you to adjust the breast shield to find the most comfortable pumping position for you.
It’s available in 4 different sizes; choose the right size for maximum comfort and pumping efficiency.
The rim of the breast shield is made with a soft, natural-feeling material that lays smoothly on the breast for comfort.
Unit Weight: 0.17 lbs
Case Weight: 1.50 lbs
Unit Size/Packaging: 5.50" x 3.94" x 3.54"
Case Size/Packaging: 11.25" x 8.38" x 4.13"
*For hygienic reasons, they cannot be returned to store once opened.
What are the PersonalFit Flex™ Breast Shields made of?
Medela PersonalFit Flex™ Breast Shields are made of food grade Polypropylene (PP) and Thermoplastic elastomers (TPE).
Is the material safe for mom and baby?
Yes, the material is made without BPA, natural rubber latex and phthalates.
Where are the Medela PersonalFit Flex™ Breast Shields produced?
Medela PersonalFit Flex Breast Shields are manufactured in Switzerland, packaged and printed in the U.S.
What breast pumps can you use the shield with?
PersonalFit Flex™ Breast Shields can be used with all Medela breast pumps.
How should I clean my PersonalFit Flex™ Breast Shields?
The PersonalFit Flex Breast Shields should be washed and sanitized prior to first use. They should continue to be washed after each use and sanitized once daily. Cleaning instructions for the PersonalFit Flex Breast Shields are the same as the cleaning instructions for your other breast pump parts that come in contact with your breast or breast milk; please refer to the breast pump instructions for use for detailed cleaning instructions.
How does the PersonalFit Flex™ Breast Shield yield more milk vs the traditional, 90 degree shields?
The new 105° opening angle and oval shape of the PersonalFit Flex breast shields allows more flexibility for mom to position the shield in different ways while she pumps, based on what’s comfortable for her. When let-down occurs, mom’s milk ducts get bigger – the new shape and angle allows the milk to flow more freely. Changing the opening angle of the flange from 90 degrees to 105 degrees made a difference; it better matched the contour of the breast and reduced compression of the milk ducts, which allows milk to flow more freely through them. This change resulted in increased volume of milk expressed during a pump session - 11.8 percent more overall on average. The 11.8 percent is the average but every mom’s personal experience will differ.