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EZ Express Breast Pump

CCS Medical is pleased to offer the EZ Express to those with qualified insurance. The EZ Express functions perfectly for mothers who need an easy breast-pumping experience. The simple design and advanced technology provide convenience and ease of use for breastfeeding mothers.


The EZ Express 2 is a high-performing pump that allows you the option of 4 cycle speeds (2 Stimulation, 2 Expression) with 7 suction levels in each cycle. Includes a portable AA battery operation and converts to a manual pump with the included manual handle kit.
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  • BPA Free
  • Light weight & portable (less than a pound)
  • Closed system to prevent back-flow and mold growth
  • 4 cycle speeds, single or double pumping, wall outlet and AA battery operation
  • AC power adaptor included
  • Accessories included: breast shield bodies, breast shield/flanges, silicone cushion inserts, bottle adapters, membrane vales, bottle bases, 5 oz. bottles, silicone diaphragms, and tubing connector caps
  • Simple use (various sizes & breast shields included)
  • Manual handle kit (coverts electric pump to a manual pump)
  • 2,000+ hours of motor life
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