Cup sizing guide:

If it has been a while since you have had your bra size measured, then we recommend that you check your current fit.  

To measure your cup size you’ll need the following:

  • – Your best fitting non-padded bra, preferably one that is less than a year old
  • – A tape measure
  • – A large mirror

To measure your band size:

  • – Wrap the tape measure firmly under your breasts, just below where your bra sits, making sure the tape is snug but not so tight that it causes discomfort.
  • – Take your measurement in inches.

To measure your bust size:

  • – Measure loosely around the fullest part of your bust, which is normally over the nipples, making sure the tape measure is straight all the way around your body.
  • – Take your measurement in inches.

To calculate your cup size:

  • – Subtract your band size from your bust size, the difference between the two will give you your cup size which you can check on the chart below.
Please check the sizing guide before purchasing to find your recommend cup size: 

System size                  Your current Bra/chest size                                                             

Extra Small Cups  =     26A – 30AA

Small Cups            =     28B – 32AA

Medium Cups        =     32A, 32B, 32C, 34AA, 34A,

Large Cups            =     32C, 34B, 34C, 36B, 36C, 38B, 38C, 40A, 40B, 42A, 42B, 44A, 44B

Extra Large Cups  =     32D, 32DD, 34D, 34DD, 36D, 36DD, 38D, 38DD, 40C, 40D, 40DD, 42C, 42D, 42DD, 44C, 44D, 44DD

Extra Extra Large Cups  =      42DD, 44C, 44D, 44DD and upwards.

For example, if your bra is currently a 36B, you will need to buy the ‘Large cup system’.  

Bra Size Calculator:

If you are unsure about your bra or chest size, please use this online Bra-size calculator here or email us at [email protected]

 Or you can click here to help calculate your bra size.

Safety Notice

Our system is safe to use as long as it is used according to the instructions

Avoid over pumping. As This can cause bruising and possible burst capillaries to the breast area. This is not permanent damage and it will resolve itself. However, if this happens we suggest you stop using the system until the problems has resolved itself.

To Avoid over pumping, we advise to use the system once a day for 15-30 mins at a time, slowly and gently. Once you are used to the system you can then slowly over a few weeks increase the time used. We recommend to not use the system for longer than 1 hour at a time.

We recommend that when you start to pump, you pump once slowly and gently, then wait a couple of seconds and then pump again and repeat this until the breast is inflating in the cup. You should feel a slight tugging on the breast. If you feel any discomfort or pain when pumping, release the pressure immediately and wait a few moments before pumping again.

Do not use the system if you have Breast Implants, a history of Breast Cysts, blood clotting problems, nerve damage. If you have any concerns please contact us before purchasing.

As long as you pump safely and according the instructions you should experience no issues with using the system.