The $299 Nespresso VertuoLine in chrome.
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VertuoLine coffee and espresso makers are available in black, red, or chrome.
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One container acts as a water tank while the other collects used coffee and espresso pods.
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Only Nespresso-brand coffee pods are compatible with this machine.
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Eight coffee blends and four types of espresso are available with VertuoLine.
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Lift the top to add your coffee or espresso pod of choice.
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Insert the pod with the flat side facing up.
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Press the button on the top once and the machine will begin to brew your drink.
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Short on countertop space? No problem. VertuoLine machines have a pretty small footprint.
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A close-up of the chrome finish.
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