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Stainless Steel Element Introduced To Its Smallest Machine

Nespresso Brings Elegant Design To Its Popular Pixie

Stainless Steel Element Introduced To Its Smallest, Ergonomic Machine

New Zealand, February 2013 – In its relentless drive to bring the ultimate desirable device to Nespresso Club Members, enhancing their coffee experiences at home, Nespresso has further refined the much-loved PIXIE machine, by introducing a sleek, stainless steel-paneled option.

Adhering to the industrial design concept of ‘less is more’ which PIXIE is known for, the robust stainless steel paneling on the new PIXIE with the addition of the black matte handle enhances the elegance of the machine.

PIXIE minimises time and space in reflection of the fast-paced, crowded world around it, taking only 25 to 30 seconds to make your perfect cup of Nespresso coffee.

As in all PIXIE machines, the PIXIE Stainless Steel’s innovative technology provides for an intuitive design experience and provides an alert when water levels are running low. It boasts uncompromising performance and sustainability meaning the PIXIE consumes 40% less power than the best in class energy category of A Class machines.

At the heart of its high design and related simplicity is the Nespresso System, and it is the optimal management of all factors - pressure, water temperature and quantity – which ensures the highest quality Nespresso Grand Crus, providing the ultimate coffee experience,time and again.

The PIXIE Stainless Steel comes bundled with anAeroccino, and will be available from April 2013 in the Nespresso Boutique in Newmarket, selected trade partners, online at or through the Nespresso Club on 0800 234 579.

Nespresso is offering a cashback reward of $50 on the PIXIE range from March 25th until May 19th 2013, as well as a cashback reward of $50-75 on other selected machines.

Nespresso PIXIE Stainless Steel bundled with Aeroccino RRP $499.

About Nestlé Nespresso SA
Nestlé Nespresso SA is the pioneer and reference for highest-quality portioned premium coffee. Headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, Nespresso operates in more than 50 countries and has more than 7 000 employees. In 2011, it operated a global retail network of 270 exclusive boutiques. For more information, visit the new Nestlé Nespresso corporate website:

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