Medela Harmony™ Breast Pump

Item #: 67186

Harmony™ Breast Pump is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 40.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome! I’m writing a review because I relied so much on them when doing my research. If you’re on the fence about this, definitely go ahead and give it a try! I’m so glad I did. I’m not a huge fan of pumping, but since I’m back to work part time, I had to do it. I have another brand hospital grade pump that I found intimidating and frustrating, so I started looking into manual pumps. I was getting overwhelmed, so I decided to go with the Medela Harmony. I knew Medela has a good reputation and that replacement parts and accessories are easy to grab at Target, so I figured I’d just go for it. I made a good choice! It’s inexpensive, great quality, and so easy. I even use it at work. My double electric pump is in a box right now. The manual pump is more comfortable, there are more breast shield sizes available for my Medela than my other pump (I’m a 36F but actually needed a smaller size shield than it came with, which surprised me), and the flex breast shields are so much better than standard ones. It does take a little longer to use a manual pump, but if you factor in the setup and pumping bra switch that the double electric takes, it evens out. I had read that this pump has lost suction for some people, but I use it a lot and haven’t had an issue. The one time it happened, I realized that it was because I had accidentally pulled the diaphragm loose, so I just pushed it back in and it was fine again. Also, I was initially confused about how often I needed to sterilize the handle, since you’re not supposed to use the steam bags for that specific part. The FAQ answered my question-you don’t have to do it every time!
Date published: 2019-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this little pump~ mom of 6 I love this little pump. I have had two Medela Pump in Styles and two or three of these little pump. I ask for it in the hospital and have been given one with a few of my births. I am pumping for my twins now. I use it in the car on the way to pick kids up from school and back home...really anytime I’m taking a 10-15 min drive. I am preferring it over my electric most times I pump. It might even be quicker than the electric pump and it’s more gentle!
Date published: 2019-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So easy and convenient!!! I love this pump! I take it with me everywhere and get as much milk as I do with the plugged in pump. The ONLY complain I have about Medela - you don't make the flange size that I need! 17mm, or smaller....
Date published: 2019-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great alternative to the automatic pump I think the manual pump works better and is faster than the automatic medela pump I received from the hospital. Highly recommend this product.
Date published: 2019-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprisingly wonderful! I wanted the Harmony as my “just in case” pump. Not really expecting to use it, because I really couldn’t imagine a time or place I couldn’t or wouldn’t use my Sonata. But the first time my little guy slept a little longer, and I needed to pump in the middle of the night - I didn’t want to take the time to set everything up, so I grabbed my Harmony and pumped right there in bed. It took a few minutes longer to pump, but I got just as much. Plus, a lot less hassle setting up and cleaning up.
Date published: 2018-07-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent. I bought this product to pump off excess milk/ pressure before feeding my daughter. I love how easy this pump is to use and it don’t hurt at all, I manually expressed my milk and it hurt so I was a bit scared to try a manual pump and I absolutely love it. Great for if you were going anywhere away from home and your nervous about breastfeeding in public like I am. Easy clean up as well. 100% recommend
Date published: 2018-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So easy to use! I was going to a concert and it was the first time away from my son for more than 4 hrs, so I knew I was going to need to pump or I’d be in pain! So I decided to try this so I can pump anywhere and I was pleasantly surprised! It is quite, so simple and I like it better than the automatic one!!
Date published: 2018-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from works! not bad!! it actually works!! works really well but only for occasional use because all that hand work can be a pain...
Date published: 2018-03-05
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Has the O-ring problem been resolved? I jave 2 Madela electric pumps and while I am eligible for a 3rd pump, that seems wasteful. I was thinking this manual pump might be a good back-up pump. But so many people have documented this problem so recently.

Asked by: Sonja
Hi Sonja--- We appreciate your interest in our Harmony Manual Breast Pump and would love to help answer any questions you may have. In order to ensure that we are correctly understanding your questions and the problem that you are referencing, please consider chatting with us on our website or calling us at 1-800-435-8316. We'd be happy to help!
Answered by: Medela Customer Service
Date published: 2019-01-31

Will the membranes, valves and shields from my Medela pump n style work with this? Looking for a back up during air travel. Thanks!

Asked by: kit3338
Yes, the membranes, valves, and breast shields will work with this. You want to ensure that the breast shields you currently have separate from the connector and are not a single piece.
Answered by: Medela Customer Service
Date published: 2018-09-19

I want to use this while traveling so I don't need to stop to nurse and take my baby out of his car seat. Can I pump and feed directly from the bottle right away? (Note my drive is 4 hours and hubby drives)

Asked by: AshleycoteBrown
Yes, definitely. I found this pump to be perfect for travel
Answered by: trlbld
Date published: 2018-09-16

I have parts for the Medela symphony (flanges and tubes and all) can I use the flanges on this one? 

Asked by: Godsgrace2212
Hi Godsgrace2212--- You can use the breast shields as long as they are the PersonalFit Breast Shields that separate from the connector. This will not be compatible with the 1-piece breast shield valve and membrane. Please consider chatting with us on our website if you have additional questions. We'd be happy to help!
Answered by: Medela Customer Service
Date published: 2018-08-28

I absolutely love this product !! Super disappointed though because when I tried to use it the other day it had NO SUCTION after spending a good 10 minutes trouble shooting I realized that that tiny 'o' ring is missing and I have no clue what to do ??!

Asked by: EvaV
Hi EvaV--- We're sorry to hear that you're having trouble with that. If the o-ring is missing, it would require a new one in order to create the proper suction. The o-ring can be found as part of the Harmony Diaphragm, Puller, and O-ring Assembly: http://www.medelabreastfeedingus.com/products/979/harmony-diaphragm-puller-and-o-ring-assembly Please reach out to our team directly so that we may check into your warranty. We're now available via chat on our website!
Answered by: Medela Customer Service
Date published: 2019-03-14

Are we allowed to heat up breast milk in these bottles? I know it's not good to heat up plastic because chemicals can leech out but I was told that there were no harmful chemicals in these polypropylene bottles.

Asked by: nicknack
Hi Nicknack, I would not microwave any milk in these bottles (or any breast milk ever for that matter), but they seem to be safe to do a warm water heat up. If the breast milk is frozen I would let it defrost in the fridge for a few hours and then do the warm water soak. If you are really worried about it though I know of a couple of Medela friendly glass bottles that wouldn't have any chemicals at all (Lifefactory and Evenflo being the two I know of). Good luck!
Answered by: Sarah86
Date published: 2019-04-11
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