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Nespresso Pixie Clips White.

Nespresso Pixie Clips White. Image: Supplied

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Nespresso Pixie Clips Black.

Nespresso Pixie Clips Black. Image: Supplied

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Nespresso is also launching these cups which have been designed by Berlin design studio Geckeler Michels. The cups are made with a ceramic top half and silicon bottom half.

Nespresso is also launching these cups which have been designed by Berlin design studio Geckeler Michels. The cups are made with a ceramic top half and silicon bottom half. Image: Supplied

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Customisation seems to be the key word when it comes to styles of coffee so it is about time that same flexibility permeates the machines that make them. Nespresso is this August expected to launch twelve new panels, in a variety of finishes and colours, which clip onto the sides of their Pixie Clips machine. The panels allow its users to change the mood (arty, pop, high tech, elegant, etc) of their caffeine dispenser.

Retail prices range from $30-$60 per pair of clips.


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