The Pioneer Nespresso India is the fourth pocketknife model launched by famed Swiss army knife manufacturer Victorinox made from used Nespresso capsules. The previous models, which were all launched as limited editions, have been highly popular.
The collaboration between Victorinox and Nespresso dates back to 2016 when the two companies presented the first pocketknife with an aluminium shell made from recycled coffee capsules: the Pioneer Nespresso Arpeggio, which shimmers in the dark purple of the Grand Crus Arpeggio coffee capsules. Victorinox followed this up one year later with the tan brown Pioneer Nespresso Livanto. Last year, the teal Pioneer Nespresso Dharkan hit the shelves.
Now comes the latest eco-friendly pocketknife: the Pioneer Nespresso India. Like its predecessors, it stands out for its exceptional colour – this time in a vibrant green – as well as its practical features.
According to a Victorinox statement, the Pioneer series, which is in high demand, is the “epitome of a stable, versatile pocket tool” thanks to durability and extreme resilience, the especially high material strength of its welds and blades, and its tried and tested mechanics.
The Pioneer Nespresso India will be launched as a limited edition on 27 May.
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