Avent Pump Parts

Have an Avent Breast Pump? Here you will find all parts and accessories for your Philip’s Avent Breast Pump!avent-pump-parts

Avent doesn’t boast a ton of breast pump models. In fact on their website, you will find only 3 current models being sold. 

  • Avent Comfort Double Electric Pump – Model #SCF334/12
  • Avent Comfort Single Electric Pump – Model #SCF332/11
  • Avent Comfort Manual Breast Pump – Model #SCF330/20

Avent replacement parts and accessories, therefore, are not quite as involved as say Medela.

Here is a simple diagram showing the basic parts of the Avent electric pumps. Just match the picture with the corresponding number. Note that this is for the current model, not discontinued models.

avent-pump-parts1 – Comfort Tube Module

2 – Comfort Electric Silicone Diaphragm

3 – Comfort Pump Body

4 – Comfort Breast Pump Cushion 

5 – Funnel Cover

6 – Motor (not replaceable part)

13 – Tab Valve

14 – Avent Bottle

Your Avent Pump will come with the necessary parts but there are parts that you will need to replace every now and again. Also, note that the Comfort Breast Pump Cushions come in SMALL and LARGE. A set of Large comes with your pump.

Avent Pump Basic Parts


Avent Comfort Breast Pump Cushion (for all Comfort models) 1 – Size LARGE


Avent Comfort Breast Pump Cushion (for all Comfort models) 1 – Size SMALL


Avent Comfort Pump Diaphragm – For Single & Double Electric Pumps (Pack of 2)









Avent Comfort Diaphragm for Manual Pumps (Set of 2)


Avent Comfort Breast Pump Valves (for all Comfort Pumps) – Set of 2


Avent Comfort Breast Pump – Pump Body Replacement by Maymom. Includes: 1- Pump Body, Valve, Tube, Massage Pad, Diaphragm, and Cap. (Note this is for 1 set only)











Avent Replacement Tubing for Comfort Breast Pumps by Maymom (set of 2)








Avent Bottles and Storage

Avent has several bottle options to choose from. My personal favorite is the Avent Naturals. The nipple is wide and soft and made to mimic the breast. There is also the Classic bottles and glass. Most of the bottle sets come with a medium flow nipple so if you are feeding a young baby, you may want to buy some slow flow nipples. Fast flow is available for older babies as well.

Avent also has a Variable Flow Nipple. This nipple is available for both their Classic and Natural bottles. It allows you to control the flow by switching between Slow, Medium, and Fast Flow. Absolutely genius! One of my favorite Avent products!

As long as you have the Pump Conversion Kit (listed below), then you can pump into any Avent Bottles. Very convenient!


Avent Standard Breast Pump Conversion Kit (to pump into Avent Bottles) Set of 2


Avent Naturals Bottle 4oz, Clear, Set of 4


Avent Classic Bottle 4oz, Clear, Set of 5










Avent Glass Natural Bottle 4oz, Clear, Set of 3


Avent Natural Bottle 4oz, Pink, Set of 3


Avent Natural Bottle 4oz, Blue, Set of 3








Avent Natural Bottles 9oz, Clear, Set of 2


Avent Classic Bottle 9oz, Clear, 1 Bottle


Avent Natural Glass Bottle 8oz, Set of 3








Avent Natural Bottle, 9oz, Pink, Set of 4


Avent Natural Bottle, 9oz, Blue, Set of 3


Avent Natural Bottle, 9oz, Pink Flowers, Set of 3








Avent Natural Bottles, 9oz, Blue Monkeys, Set of 3


Avent Natural Nipple, Newborn Flow (Flow 1), Set of 4


Avent Natural Nipple, Preemie & Newborn Flow (Flow 0), Set of 2









Avent Natural Nipple, Slow Flow – 1+ Mos (Flow 2), Set of 2


Avent Natural Nipple, Medium Flow – 3+ Mos (Flow 3), Set of 2


Avent Naturals Nipple, Fast Flow – 6+ Mos (Flow 4), Set of 2








Avent Natural Variable Flow Nipple, Set of 2


Avent Classic Variable Flow Nipple, Set of 2


Avent Classic Nipple, Medium Flow, 3+ Mos (Flow 3), Set of 2








Avent Breast Milk Storage Cups, 6oz, Set of 10


Avent Breast Milk Storage Bags, 6oz, 50 Count


Avent Classic Bottle Sealing Discs, Set of 6







Bundles & Other Fun Stuff

Avent has some great “starter kits.” These are basically bundles with everything you need to get you by when it comes to bottle feeding. They don’t do many bundles when it comes to pumping parts, however. I find that most need to be purchased separately.

So below you will find mostly bottle starter sets and other accessories.


Avent Classic Plus Essentials Gift Set – Includes: 2- 4oz Classic Bottles, 2- 9oz Classic Bottles, Microwave Sterilizer, Formula Dispenser, Bottle Brush, Trainer, Pacifier


Avent Natural Essentials Gift Set – Includes: 2- 4oz Natural Bottles, 2- 9oz Natural Bottles, Microwave Sterilizer, Bottle Brush, 2 – Pacifiers


Avent Natural Glass Bottle Set – Includes: 3- 4oz Glass Bottles, 2- 9oz Glass Bottles, Formula Dispenser, Bottle Brush, 2- Pacifiers












Avent All in One Gift Set – Includes: Bottle Warmer, Microwave Sterilizer, 3- 4oz Bottles, 2- 9oz Bottles, Formula Dispenser, Bottle Brush, 2- Pacifiers



Avent Bottle Warmer


Avent 3-in-1 Electric Steam Sterilizer










Chose PINK or BLUE – Avent Classic Newborn Starter Kit – Includes: 2- 4oz Bottles, 2- 9oz Bottles, Formula Dispenser, Bottle Brush, Trainer, 2- Pacifiers


Avent Comfort Breast Shells- Collect excess milk and help protect sore nipples! 2 Count


Avent Disposable Breast Pads – 100 Count












Avent Breast Care Essentials Set – Includes: 12- Day Disposable Breast Pads, 6 – Night Disposable Breast Pads, 2- Thermo-Pads w/ washable sleeves, 1- Reminder Bra Clip, 1- Feeding Diary, 1- Washable Pouch


Avent Nipplette- Solution for Flat or Inverted Nipples. 2 Count












So there it is. Tons of great Avent products to choose from. Don’t See your favorite Avent product? Leave me a comment and let me know! And as always, if you have any questions on a particular item, let me know by dropping a comment on this page and I will help you out.

Happy Pumping!

Also See – 


Read: 6 Different Pumps for All Moms


Read: Best Hands-Free Pumping Bras

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  1. Batya says:

    I never knew that Avent made a breast pump. In the past when I have pumped I used a medela which was good, but like I said I only used it a couple of times. Although I did use the Avent bottled for my first daughter and she liked them. Although my second daughter didn’t like them so I got Dr. Browns bottles for her.

    • Heather Grace says:

      Medela is certainly the more widely known and recognized brand of breast pump. There are a lot more out there and some that are just as good and even better. I used the Dr Browns bottles with my first baby because he spit up so much. Love them! They are a pain to clean though… Thank you for stopping by!

  2. jschicanha says:

    wow this is great for i have been struggling of how to provide my daughter with the pump which is secure and in some cases safe but with the information have just found i have realized i got the answer to the ever asked question

    thanks for information provided


    • Heather Grace says:

      Avent is a great brand so you can’t go wrong there. I personally love their bottles. I hope you found what you needed and if you need any help, please feel free to reach out! Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Julie says:

    Your website is a heaven-sent for first time mothers like me! I do have an Avent breast pump which I’ve been using for the past 3 months. I didn’t know that they had a variable flow nipple available, wow that sounds ingenious I’m definitely going to get that as well as the conversion kit. By the way I’ve also considered the Avent steam sterilizer, have you tried it? Thanks for sharing.

    • Heather Grace says:

      Yes the variable flow nipple is amazing! I used it with my second baby and was sad I didn’t know about it sooner!

      I actually do own an Avent Steam Sterilizer. It works great! I used it for both bottles and pump parts. I think my only complaint was with its bulky size. It is quite a pain to store in a kitchen with limited space (which I have). It took up a lot of space. But I am still glad I had it. It made sterilizing a breeze!

  4. Kams says:

    Hi Heather, thanks for this review. I used Avent manual breastpump and I was very pleased with it and the amount of milk it could express. The only downside was that my thumb would get tired after 20 minutes of pumping, so investing in an electric model may be a better idea. However, you can take the manual pump with you in your purse anywhere you go.

    • Heather Grace says:

      That is true that a manual pump is very portable! But the double electric pumps are getting smaller and lighter too! Medela Freestyle , for example, fits perfectly in a purse. I did always carry a manual pump in my car though for emergencies. You never know when you might forget the power core or pump at home haha.

  5. Dennis says:

    Wow! Things have sure changed since I was a young father! LOL! I’m amazed at the technology and designs of these new breast pumps, compared to the ones back in the 80’s. Your design is well-designed and easy to navigate, and your information to potential buyers is top notch. Good job!

    • Heather Grace says:

      Thank you, Dennis! I keep saying that I will be in awe in just 5-10 years at the new advances they come up with. It is certainly amazing the things they come up with. Makes lives as parents easier and more complicated all at the same time haha. Thank you for stopping by!

  6. Jessica says:

    Hi Heather,

    I use to work at a drug store that sold only Avent so I never heard of Medela. And we only sold 1 type so it is good to know that there is some variety. Do you think the lack of variety has to do with the quality of pumps that they already make? I had no idea, though, that they had so many accessories. There seem to be so many things that come with this that it could make your head spin just trying to figure it out. Your post is great for helping people figure what they need and what accessories they may need as well.

    • Heather Grace says:

      It can make your head spin! I actually found myself in a situation with my first baby, where I was trying to buy tubing for my Medela pump and I bought the wrong one… I had no idea there were so many to chose from and that I had to look for the correct one for my pump. I thought a Medela was a Medela haha. It was frustrating so hopefully this helps someone else!

      As for lack of variety, I think there is a lot that goes into breast pumps and there are only a few trusted brands. You can find a lot of “off” brands on the market but those seem to come and go. Medela had dominated the breast pump world for a long time. Most women stick with what they can trust. You don’t want to be in a situation where your pump isn’t as efficient and now you are dealing with low supply. I say stick with what works! Perhaps that thinking is what keeps women from trying new things haha.

      Thank you for your comment!

  7. Onewhosews says:

    My goodness! Who knew there was so much variety from Avent bottles these days.

    A truly helpful, knowledgeable page for soon to be moms and even women who haven’t had a baby in years (things change all the time).

    I was wondering however…are these bottles BPA free? And if they are, is the newer plastic safer?

    Just thinking out loud, or rather typing 🙂

    • Heather Grace says:

      Yes, all the Avent bottles and pump parts are BPA free. BPA free has been deemed safer and is used in most newer infant and children products (but always good to ask or read labels). BPA (BPA stands for bisphenol A) is a chemical used in plastics and other industrial items that has been shown to seep into foods and liquids. Exposure to BPA is a concern because of possible health effects on the brain, behavior and prostate gland of unborn babies, infants and children. So it is a good idea to buy BPA free products when your child is concerned!!

  8. Chante Wolf says:

    I like that your site has a lot of practical knowledge for mothers who are breastfeeding. I especially like the section on working and pumping. Also great font choice for the title. Maybe you can provide links as to where a reader can find the replacement parts for the breast pump?

    • Heather Grace says:

      Thank you, Chante. Working and pumping can be a challenge. I am glad you found it useful! Right now we currently have links for Avent and Medela pump parts. I plan to have other brands in the very near future up and running. Thank you for stopping by!

  9. Regina says:

    I don’t pump but I did get one just in case. It was a medela. It’s definitely a more popular brand of pump than avent. I see more mummies pumping using medela.

    But when it comes to bottles, more people seem to prefer avent. I can see why: the great variety of teats and bottles makes it easy to choose something that works for you. I have some myself (again, unused because I got them just in case too).

    Avent bottles are also more widely available, even at supermarkets. If a teat spoils, you can easily replace it fast.

    • Heather Grace says:

      You are right, Regina, that Medela pumps are much more widely used than Avent. I also personally own a Medela pump. But I agree with you about the bottles. They are great! I love the nipple options as well and how easy it is to find them. I would recommend the Avent bottles for sure. There is a converter that allows you to pump into an Avent bottle from a Medela pump which I think is genius since you get the best of both worlds!

      Thank you for your comment and for stopping by!

  10. Jack says:

    I’m not too well versed in breast pump feeding, but I have read of the benefits to infants in receiving breast milk from mother as opposed to bottled milk. Pumping Mommy sure seems to have it all covered. Very through. It also seems like it is a great niche. I learned a lot from the Pumping Basics, and I think the product reviews are very well covered. I have a son who just got married and I’ll send the URL for tyhe site to him and his wife.

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