Willow Breast Pumps

Meet the hands-free breast pumps that are ready to go wherever you go, while never compromising your comfort or control. Willow all-in-one breast pump models include the Willow 3.0 and the Willow Go.

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Willow Breast Pumps Overview

Willow's breast pump offerings have turned conventional breast pump design on its head. Unlike most pumps, they do not have a singular motor that you use to pump from one or both breasts. They come as a pair of pumps, each with their own motor, one for each breast. For both pumps, all parts that come into contact with breast milk are BPA free and dishwasher safe.

Since Willow's introduction to the breast pump market a few years ago, moms have enjoyed the increased level of freedom and autonomy the pumps provide. Let’s take a look at each of the two models.

Is a Willow Breast Pump Right for You?

If hands-free mobility is a must, Willow is a great option. Cord-free with minimum parts, pumping with Willow means less maneuvering around dangling bottles to find an effective, efficient position. Willow offers freedom while pumping, and all new moms agree that being able to multi-task is worth its weight in gold.

The 3.0 offers more features and full mobility, while the eco-friendly Go offers hands-free flexibility with more breast milk capacity and a more affordable price. Because Willow pumps are considered an upgrade, they come with an out-of-pocket cost.

Willow 3.0 Wearable Hands Free Double Electric Breast Pump

Willow 3.0 is a true in-bra pump, and offers the greatest flexibility of the two Willow pump models with its leak-proof freedom. You can tuck the Willow 3.0 pumps directly into any bra, including a nursing bra, and pump in any position, directly into self-sealing milk bags or reusable containers.

The reusable containers allow for 180 degree mobility. When using the spill-proof breast milk bags, the 3.0 offers full 360 degree mobility. So whether you’re doing yoga, loading the dishwasher, caring for your children, or even lying down (!), this Willow wearable breast pump creates new possibilities for how you spend your precious time as a breastfeeding and pumping mom. You don’t have to worry about battery life either as the rechargeable battery lasts all day with a full charge (up to 5 sessions)!

Pair your pump with the Willow Generation 3 App for iOS and Android for even greater control on your mobile phone. Now featuring Apple Watch connectivity - allowing you to pause, adjust, and track your pumping session right from your wrist. Willow Gen 3’s step-by-step onboarding process walks you through the setup so you’re not left to figure things out on your own. It even provides personalized tips. You can see your progress in real time, including breast milk volume tracking, suction level, and pumping duration.

  • 245 mmHG suction strength
  • 1 year limited warranty
  • Internal rechargeable battery in each hub
  • Single or double pumping capability
  • 7 total levels of adjustable suction including a sensitivity setting for comfort
  • Smart suction technology automatically transitions from stimulation to expression mode at letdown and adjusts based on your unique suction preferences
  • The only in-bra pump with the option to pump into spill-proof, self-sealing milk bags
  • Hands free and wearable with 360 degree mobility (with spill-proof milk bags only)
  • Just 2 dishwasher-safe parts to clean

Willow Go Wearable Double Electric Breast Pump

The Willow Go is a more budget friendly option, yet it still offers hands-free mobility due to its in-bra design and hospital strength suction with no dangling cords or parts. Like the 3.0, all of the pumping happens inside the device.

The Go offers more breast milk capacity - both 5 oz and 7 oz reusable containers. It’s compatible with containers only, and does not currently offer direct pumping into milk storage bags. It doesn’t offer full range of motion like the 3.0, but it still allows you to pump totally hands-free and cord-free! There are also two flange sizes included (21mm and 24mm) for your convenience and comfort.

The Go pairs with the Willow app to easily keep track of your pumping session and milk supply. For those curious about the hands-free pumping lifestyle, the Go is a good place to start.

  • 280 mmHG suction strength
  • 1 year warranty
  • Internal rechargeable battery in each hub
  • Single or double pumping capability
  • Connect to the Willow Go app to track your sessions and access tutorials
  • Hands-free and wearable with 180 degree mobility
  • Includes two USB charging cables so both hubs can be charged at the same time
  • Easy to clean with just 5 dishwasher-safe parts

Both the Willow 3.0 and the Go are FSA/HSA eligible. We’ve got everything else you need to keep your breast pump maintained: reusable containers, breast pump flanges, spill-proof milk bags, diaphragms, duckbill valves, and flextubes. We also offer financing through Affirm. Both Willow pumps come with a 1 year manufacturer warranty.

Can I get a Willow Breast Pump Free with Insurance?

Under the Affordable Care Act, insurance companies will cover one standard electric breast pump (as well as necessary supplies) per pregnancy. Willow pumps have convenience features not covered by insurance, so your plan may pay for part of the cost of a Willow pump. Submit our insurance eligibility form, and we can tell you exactly how much a Willow upgrade pump will cost out-of-pocket. Often, you can save hundreds of dollars!


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