Selling my Medela Symphony pump. It was the only one that worked for me. It is hospital grade, sells for $2,000 new and works perfectly. This is the Cadillac/Mercedes Benz of breast pumps. I have the cord and card, but do not have the case or manual. But the manual is available on line (http://www.medelabreastfeedingus.com/assets/file/Symphony%20Maintenance%20and%20Technical%20Guide% [TL_HIDDEN] .pdf). Want to sell quickly. Asking only $400. Even new, the pump does require a separate purchase of the pumping the kit ($36 on Amazon), but the kit provides you all new gear, making using the pump like starting from new. Amazon describes the pump: The Medela Symphony hospital-grade double-electric breast pump is the first breast pump with 2-Phase Expression technology which is proven to achieve faster milk ejection and faster milk flow. Designed to mimic a baby's natural nursing rhythm. One touch let-down button so moms can easily return to stimulation phase. Initiate and maintain milk supply if direct breastfeeding is not possible, as well as collect breast milk at work or during other absences from the baby. Convenient single or double pumping. All parts that come into contact with breast milk are not made with BPA. Required kit - Symphony Double Pumping System Sold Separately (Model #67099).
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