September 9, 2010

Nespresso C110 CitiZ Automatic Single-Serve Espresso Maker and Nespresso Capsule Storage

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We're big fans of the Nespresso CitiZ line of single serve coffee makers (read our full review here), and we think pairing the machine with the Swissmar Capstore Vista Storage Rack for 40 Nespresso Coffee Capsules is a winning combination. The Nespresso C110 CitiZ Automatic Single-Serve Espresso Maker is for use with coffee-filled capsules from Nespresso, and features both espresso and lungo buttons with automatic and programmable volume control. The C110 also features a 19-bar pump, energy-saving mode, and 1-liter removable water tank.

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If you pair the Nespresso C110 CitiZ Automatic Single-Serve Espresso Maker with this Turntable-style storage unit you'll be able to store up to 40 Nespresso single-serve capsules. The storage unit spins and makes picking the perfect lungo or espresso in the morning much easier, and with less mess.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at September 9, 2010 7:43 AM
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