Is Spectra a Korean brand?

Is Spectra a Korean brand?

All Spectra products are made in South Korea, and is the leading breast pump brand in Korea. Mothers from all over the World have been enjoying the benefits from Spectra, including mothers from the USA, Australia, UK, Taiwan & Singapore to name a few.

Which Spectra is hospital grade?

The Spectra S1 is a powerful hospital grade pump that meets most every mom’s breast feeding needs.

Is Spectra better than Motif?

Both pumps have strong pump motors and will yield close to the same in most moms. But with that said, on paper, the Motif Luna is slightly stronger than the Spectra S2. You can read more about the basics of pumping and using pump settings, here.

Where are spectra pumps made?

South Korea
Spectra breast pumps are manufactured in South Korea by Uzinmedicare since 1999 and since 2003 are sold internationally. Spectra breast pumps have exploded in popularity around the world in the past 7 years, being mom’s top choice. Spectra breast pumps have won design and consumer awards in many countries.

What company owns Spectra breast pump?

After years of hard work, grit, and determination, Spectra Baby USA, launched by Humphries in 2011, is now one of the top breast pump companies in the US and continues to grow and push boundaries in providing breastfeeding moms with the best and most-up-to date technology in the industry.

Which is easier to clean Spectra or Medela?

Most people who have used both prefer two separate pieces, because it is easier to use a hands-free pumping bra, and it is easier to clean. Spectra has backflow protectors and Medela does not (its barrier is built into the connector). This is an extra piece to clean.

How do I choose a Spectra pump?

What factors should you consider in choosing a breast pump?

  1. Mobility (whether or not an electric outlet is required, size)
  2. Noise (for example, being able to pump while you’re on the phone)
  3. Usability (features like timers, settings)
  4. Price.

How do I choose a breast pump?

When choosing a breast pump, there are many things to consider:

  1. Your pumping needs and lifestyle.
  2. Which pumps your health insurance will cover.
  3. Price point.
  4. Portability.
  5. Strength/variability of suction.
  6. Comfort.
  7. Loudness of the pump.
  8. Other parts you might need in addition to the pump.

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