Nespresso’s new Pixie made of recycled capsules

June 20, 2012

NESPRESSO HAS RELEASED its new Pixie espresso machine in NZ.

The second generation of PIXIE machine is made out of recycled Nespresso capsules.

Nespresso has leveraged the “infinitely recyclable nature of aluminium, making the new PIXIE aluminium panels from 98% recycled Nespresso capsules, with approximately 100 capsules in each panel.”

The new PIXIE machines come in two new colours – carmine and brown.

PIXIE heats up in less than 30 seconds and automatically powers off after nine minutes of inactivity, making it Nespresso’s eco-friendliest machine.

The Pixie retails for $499

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