Everyone loves the convenience of single-serve, pod-based coffeemakers like Nespresso. But unfortunately there are some complaints regarding this like environmental impact of the disposable coffee pods, the per-cup cost, and the quality of the coffee. A startup called Capsulier hopes to solve all of those complaints by allowing people to make Nespresso reusable pods at home with fresh-ground coffee beans they choose themselves.
For those who use Nespresso, the Capsulier Revo sounds like a dream come true. All you have to do is simply put coffee beans into the machine, which machine will then grind them for you and package them into “Capsi,”. According to CNET, the device plans to come with four of these Capsi and can prep up to eight at a time. For now, the Hong King-based startup has only made this machine available via Kickstarter and the delivery dates are quite ng waiting. The Revo isn’t slated to be delivered until December. The machine is available for about $205.