Mom and Pop Place is proud to be able to offer moms several options for Breast Pump Rentals.
The Medela Symphony is a hospital-grade double electric breast pump. It is the same breast pump used in the hospitals here in the Fox Valley. It can be rented for $65 per month with a $65 security deposit. Each mother will also need her own Accessory Kit (tubes, membranes, connectors, etc). If she is pumping in the hospital, she will have received all the parts necessary to use the Symphony Pump. If any parts are missing, she will need to purchase her own Kit for $59.99. The Kit for the Medela Pump In Style will not work for the Medela Symphony.
The Hygeia Enjoye is a commercial-grade double electric breast pump. It is very similar to the Medela Pump In Style, but it is a “closed-system”, designed to be safely used by multiple users. It can be rented for $40 per month with a $40 security deposit. Each mother will also need her own Acccessory Kit (tubes, valves, connectors, etc). The Kit can be purchased for $49.99. If a mother has a Kit for the Medela Symphony or the Medela Pump In Style, it may work for the Hygeia Enjoye.
The Hygeia Enjoye is also offered as part of our Rent-To-Own program! If a mother rents a Hygeia Pump, half of her rental fees ($20 per month) can be applied towards the purchase of a brand-new Hygeia Enjoye Breast Pump.
Which pump should I choose?
The Hygeia Enjoye is a high-quality double pump. It has 2-phase cycling (let-down and expression), excellent suction, and a very reliable motor. It runs on a rechargeable battery and does not require access to electricity. It comes with a lightweight fabric bag. It is the most affordable and it will serve the needs of most pumping moms. It is the only rental pump that qualifies for the Rent-To-Own Program.
The Medela Symphony is hospital-grade double pump. It has the highest quality motor and suction available. It is the pump that most closely mimics the suction of a baby at the breast. For mothers of babies that have not yet latched correctly at the breast or mothers who are working at inducing or increasing their milk supply, the Symphony may be the best choice. Also, many mothers have already used the Symphony in the hospital. If they already have an Accessory Kit and they already feel comfortable with the pump, the Symphony may be a good choice. The Symphony comes with a heavy-duty plastic carrying case and requires access to electricity.