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Alessi 9090 Espresso Coffee Maker at 1912.00 HKD from Forzieri
Alessi 9090 Espresso Coffee Maker
HK$ 1,912.00
Forzieri
This beautiful espresso maker was the first Alessi object designed for the kitchen after the 30's by Richard Sapper and is on display in the Permanent Design Collection at the MOMA in New York. Made in Italy
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 WACACO Minipresso GR Handheld Portable Coffee Maker at 344.00 HKD from Zapals
WACACO Minipresso GR Handheld Portable Coffee Maker
HK$ 344.00
Zapals
The Wacaco Minipresso is your best choice to enjoy up to 50 ml of authentic espresso at home, in the office and on the go.
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Nespresso Inissia espresso machine at 1422.00 HKD from Lane Crawford
Nespresso Inissia espresso machine
HK$ 1,422.00
Lane Crawford
Weighing only 2.4kg, Nespresso's Inissia features a compact design that will fit in any interior. Reduced in size but not in quality or efficiency, it heats up water to the ideal temperature in 25 seconds, enough to make up to nine Grand Crus without having to refill the tank.
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STARESSO Handheld Portable Coffee Espresso Maker at 887.00 HKD from GearBest
STARESSO Handheld Portable Coffee Espresso Maker
HK$ 887.00
GearBest
Staresso Handheld Portable Coffee Espresso Maker
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Alessi 9090 Espresso Coffee Maker at 1678.00 HKD from Forzieri
Alessi 9090 Espresso Coffee Maker
HK$ 1,678.00
Forzieri
This beautiful espresso maker was the first Alessi object designed for the kitchen after the 30's by Richard Sapper and is on display in the Permanent Design Collection at the MOMA in New York. Made in Italy
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Alessi Espresso Coffee Maker for 6 Cups at 3004.00 HKD from Forzieri
Alessi Espresso Coffee Maker for 6 Cups
HK$ 3,004.00
Forzieri
This Alessi coffee maker is part of the 'La Tavola di Babele' collection and was designed between 1980 and 1983 evolving out of the Tea & Coffee Piazza project. It immediately became a brand's leading product as well as an Eighties design icon. Design Aldo Rossi 1982. Made in Italy
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 Portable Manual Coffee Maker Handheld Espresso Coffee Machine at 310.00 HKD from Zapals
Portable Manual Coffee Maker Handheld Espresso Coffee Machine
HK$ 310.00
Zapals
It is very compact, you can make espresso coffee anywhere as you want.
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Alessi 9090 Espresso Coffee Maker at 2544.00 HKD from Forzieri
Alessi 9090 Espresso Coffee Maker
HK$ 2,544.00
Forzieri
This beautiful espresso maker was the first Alessi object designed for the kitchen after the 30's by Richard Sapper and is on display in the Permanent Design Collection at the MOMA in New York. Made in Italy
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Gift Boutique Gift Boutique Iced Coffee Maker at 235.00 HKD from Shopbop
Gift Boutique Gift Boutique Iced Coffee Maker
HK$ 235.00
Shopbop
Turn hot coffee or tea into a delicious chilled beverage in as little as five minutes. Place the stainless steel mug in a freezer, add to the insulating sleeve, pour in any beverage and snap the lid with optional straw. 11 fl. oz. Imported, China. Measurements Width: 4in / 10cm Height: 10in / 25.5cm Length: 4in / 10cm
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Nespresso Pixie Electric espresso machine at 2043.00 HKD from Lane Crawford
Nespresso Pixie Electric espresso machine
HK$ 2,043.00
Lane Crawford
Nespresso's Pixie is a compact machine that is slightly higher than a stack of eight capsules and no wider than a teaspoon's length, delivering high technology and aromatic coffees to almost any corner of an interior. This smart design is able to detact empty water tank and heat up water in 25 seconds, so that your favourite coffee is always ready when you need it.
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Gearbest Handheld Portable Coffee Espresso Maker at 327.00 HKD from GearBest
Gearbest Handheld Portable Coffee Espresso Maker
HK$ 327.00
GearBest
Handheld Portable Coffee Espresso Maker
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 The Spy In The Coffee Machine at 109.00 HKD from Kobo
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The Spy In The Coffee Machine
HK$ 109.00 HK$ 137.00
Kobo
What do you know about the new surveillance state that has been created in the wake of pervasive computing that is, the increasing use of very small and simple computers in all sorts of host from your computer to your coat? Well, these little computers can communicate via the web and form powerful networks whose emergent behaviour can be very complex, intelligent, and invasive. The question is: how much of an infringement on privacy are they? Could these intelligent networks be used by governments, criminals or terrorists to undermine privacy or commit crimes? From CCTVs to blogging, from cookies to Rfid tags, we are sleepwalking into a new state of global hypersurveillance. And when even cans of Coke are connected to the internet, the risk of someone misusing this information is very high indeed. Kieron O'Hara is Senior Research Fellow in Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton, UK. Nigel Shadbolt is Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the University of Southampton, UK, and was President of the British Computer Society in 2006-7.
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