NowPresso Portable Espresso Machine

NowPresso Portable Espresso Machine

The words "avid traveler" and "coffee lover" don't always go well together. Many times on your travels, you'll end up getting subpar coffee because well, it's better than no coffee at all. Even if you bought your own portable espresso machine, it's not exactly the most portable appliance out there. However, with the NowPresso Portable Espresso Machine, coffee lovers will get exactly the brew they want, when they want it, and where they want it.

A Kickstarter success, NowPresso is the first portable and rechargeable lithium battery-powered Espresso Machine. It can boil water and make coffee whether you're up in the mountains, in front of your desk, or lying on your couch having a lazy day at home. Basically, what the NowPresso stands for is the dream appliance for coffee lovers; the search for a way to get your coffee fix whenever you want is now over. The NowPresso ensures that you can get your daily cup of joe from anywhere you want and just the way you like it.

The best part? The NowPresso is unlike other portable espresso machines. It is truly portable. It is small and lightweight. It is compact enough to fit in your handbag or backpack. You can even put it in the glove compartment of your car and still have a lot of room to spare, or hand-carry it to the office if you want. It is that portable. Just like other portable espresso machines today, the tiny but mighty NowPresso is compatible with Nespresso pods.

With just a push of a single button and via a very simple eight-step process, you'll never have to worry about getting your coffee fix ever again with the NowPresso.

At a very low retail price of $199, who knew that achieving true coffee freedom was so affordable?

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