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Nespresso releases Pixie Clips coffee machine

by Sophie Cullen on Aug 18, 2015 in Products
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Revolutionary coffee machine brand Nespresso has just launched the Pixie Clips series in Hong Kong

With their innovative machines and cutting-edge designs, Nespresso is the pioneer and reference for highest-quality portioned premium coffee. Headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, the firm has embraced the trend of personalisation through the launch of the new Pixie Clips machine. Featuring exchangeable side panels, the machine allows customisation to fit any kitchen theme or design.

Pixie Clips - Fun Pixie Clips - Fun - 2

The simple clipping system changes the design of the machine with ease, and there is an extensive range of colours and patterns to choose from. Each machine comes with two Pixie Clips but a selection of others can be purchased in themes such as Fun, Graphic, Techno or Authentic. Creating coffee at the touch of a button, the Pixie Clips machine delivers Nespresso’s signature high quality along with interchangeable design.

Pixie Clips - Black & Lemon Neon Box Set

 

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