Get started with brewing top quality coffee with your existing coffee machine!
Save the environment and money by using the Capsulone™ reusable coffee capsule.
Because of the differences in the brewing process, many of the reusable pods on the market are intended for the Original line of Nespresso machines, and very few are built for the Vertuo line. This is because the mechanics of the Vertuo process are more complicated. These pods need to spin rapidly, and it’s this spinning motion that mixes the coffee and water properly.
These Coffee Capsules aim to fill the space left by a lack of Vertuo refillable options, and they do so very well. The stainless steel finish of these pods looks wonderful, and it also means that these capsules will hold up over time. Don’t worry about any espresso seeping into the surface and leaving behind a residue – that won’t be a problem with the steel.
These capsules are a great choice for anyone who is excited about a newer Vertuo line machine, and who is looking for a more sustainable way to get a morning coffee fix.
This coffee capsule is compatible with Nespresso Vertuoline! You can also use tea infusions or hot chocolate even inside of a Nespresso machine.
With these new tiny reusable refillable capsules, you can save the environment while brewing your favourite coffees in the morning.
1. Reusable, saving money, saving the earth.
2. Brew your own flavoured and fresh coffee, make your life unique.
3. Lower your costs, 10+ year lifetime use, less than £0.01/time when you use.
4. Safe to use, made of food-grade 304 stainless steel, BPA FREE, LEAD-FREE.
5. Makes espresso coffee as original Nespresso coffee pods do.
6. This capsule makes crema rich coffee.
7. Holds up to 11.5g of coffee powder.
- Nespresso Vertuoline GCA1
- Nespresso Vertuoline Plus
- Delonghi ENV150
- Delonghi ENV135
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