Medela launches Freestyle Flex Breast Pump
Medela is looking to give mothers nursing their children a mobile and efficient way to do it.
The McHenry, Ill.-based company is unveiling its new Freestyle Flex Breast Pump, which weighs less than one pounds and is a palm-sized device, the brand said.
"We know that moms are on the move — whether they are coming home after giving birth, breast milk feeding a newborn while parenting a sibling, or returning to work — and the new Freestyle Flex ensures mobility without compromise," Melissa Gonzales, executive vice president of the Americas for Medela, said. "We are relentlessly committed to supporting every mom's breast milk feeding journey and innovating beyond the mechanics of pumping breast milk, considering how it fits into her day-to-day life."
Designed with a rechargeable and hands-free pump, the product also is cordless and offers two hours of pumping time, as well as options for charging, the company said.
Those interested in purchasing Medela’s Fresstyle Flex can do so at Amazon.com, Target.com, BuyBuyBaby.com and Walmart.com for the suggested retail price of $379.99.