How to Breast Feed Your Baby
Instructions to how to use HappyGira's wearable breast pump

We know it can be hard.

Breastfeeding can be an incredibly challenging and demanding task for many new mothers. While it is a natural and essential way to nourish a newborn, it often comes with its fair share of difficulties. From latching issues and painful nipples to supply concerns and sleep deprivation, the journey of breastfeeding can be physically and emotionally taxing. It requires a tremendous amount of dedication, patience, and perseverance. Mothers often find themselves struggling to find the right balance between their baby's needs and their own well-being. The pressure to breastfeed can also add stress and guilt to an already overwhelming experience.

Despite these challenges, HappyGira Wearable Breast Pump enables mothers find the rewards of bonding with their baby and providing them with essential nutrients to be deeply gratifying, making the journey, though difficult, ultimately worth the effort.

Before You Begin

Understand the interface

① Start/Stop Button
② Express Mode
③ Tingle Mode
④ Up Button
⑤ Suction Level Display
⑥ Power/Button for Changing
⑦ Massage Mode
⑧ Auto Pilot
⑨ Timer/Time in Minutes
⑩ Down Button
⑪ Battery Life Indicator
⑫ Clock Display

step 1.

Install the valve

Stick the valve onto the milk collector, paying attention to the direction you are inserting towards.

Step 2

Add Silicone

Shove that silicone thingy into the milk collector and press hard to seal the deal.

Step 3

Snap the flange

Snap the flange onto the milk catcher, matching the grooves and pressing firmly for a seal.

Step 5

Finish it up

Drop the pump body onto the milk collector, aligning the notch with the silicone thingy. Push it down to seal the breast pump.