Willow, the best-known wireless breast pump on the web, has just announced that It can now be controlled from an application that you can install on your Apple Watchgiving mothers even more freedom of movement.

Gone are the manual breast pumps that extracted milk from the mother’s breast with great difficulty but were experts in causing tendinitis in those who used them. Now there is a wide range of electric breast pumps, which make the task much easier and are also much more efficient, emptying the breast in less time and with much less discomfort. The evolution of these pumps comes from the hand of “cordless pumps” like Willow: a small device, about the size of a breast, that can be placed over the chest and under the braand that he does his job while the woman can continue doing hers, and that also can now be controlled from the Apple Watch.

This Willow 3.0 allows you to control the start and end of milk extraction from your Apple Watch, switch between a stimulation session or an extraction, even modify the intensity of the extraction with a simple touch on the screen of your Apple Watch. In addition to controlling, you can also see different measurements that are carried out in real time, such as the amount of milk extracted, or the remaining battery in the extractors. The expressed milk accumulates in a bag housed inside the pump that is disposable and can be purchased separately. Its price, as you can imagine, is not cheap at all: $549.99, although some insurance companies reimburse part of the investment. On its website you can also purchase different packs that include transport bags, as well as disposable bags and other deposits that are reusable. You can access from this link.