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Refillable Reusable Coffee Capsule Material Filter Bowl for Kitc

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Refillable Reusable Coffee Capsule Material Filter Bowl for Kitc

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Product description

Features:
100% brand new and high quality. Made of food grade stainless steel, environmentalfriendly, safe, and to use. Washable and reusable, very easy to clean. After using our coffee capsule, you can do your own favorite coffee and enjoy the process of making coffee.
Lightweight and reasonable size, very easy and convenient to use and store.

Specification:
Capsule Material: Stainless steel 304

Size: 5.5*3.5cm / 2.2*1.4in

Compatibility: for dolce gusto coffee machine

Weight: Approx. 88g / 3.1oz


Package list:

1 * Coffee Capsule

1 * Sealing Ring

1 * Brush

1 * Spoon


Refillable Reusable Coffee Capsule Material Filter Bowl for Kitc

 

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