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Jura Ena Micro 1
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- Simply espresso, the ultra-compact 1-cup coffee machine
- Designed to make the perfect espresso
- Bean to cup in a compact design; User defined cup sizes
- Aroma preservation cover keeps the coffee beans fresher longer
- Automatic energy saving mode with the intelligent preheating system
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|Item Dimensions||17.52 x 9.06 x 12.72 in||11 x 16.1 x 13.6 in||15.5 x 10 x 11.5 in||12.46 x 17.44 x 21.5 in||9.4 x 17 x 13.8 in||16.73 x 15.16 x 15.35 in|
The Ultra-compact 1-Cup Espresso machine is designed not only to make the perfect espresso, but also to be as small as possible. With a compact design, this machine requires minimal space and fits into 9" spaces. Eco-friendly thanks to high energy efficiency, this machine can be programmed for three users, producing great tasting, piping hot espresso with a feather light crema.
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We really love this machine because we love great coffee but we don't make frothy milk drinks. This machine produces very, very good coffee from scratch at the push of a button, automatically grinding the beans pumping through hot water and dumping out the "puck" of coffee grounds into the internal bin. It's a nice compact size and fits easily on a counter under the cabinets.
We bought this to replace another Jura machine we have had for the past 10 years, which after many thousands of cups of coffee started to leak and get a bit temperamental. The Micro ENA-1 is smaller and cheaper than that older model, but produces the same great (maybe even greater) coffee.
Pros: consistent coffee quality; easy strength/water volume adjustments; good coffee temperature; convenience of operation; nice design complementing our kitchen furniture.
Cons: it is LOUD, and the pump itself is much louder than the grinder; hard to fit in a smaller (NYC size) kitchen because it needs access from the front, back and top; to start the cleaning cycle you need to read the instruction manual first since it is not intuitive.
1. The machine is not cheap, and I was surprised that all the shiny parts were not metal but easily scratched plastic;
2. Judging by the various hissing/clicking noises machine makes during operation, it should contain a lot of small mechanical parts and valves, so I am curious to wait another year or so and see how well it stands the test of time.
We are having anywhere between 2 and 8 cups of coffee a day, so the coffeemaker is not overworked.
Nevertheless the machine is highly recommended. Enjoy!
Update: after 2 years the machine still works fine. We clean and descale it when prompted, and it keeps making great coffee.
We liked this model because of its small footprint. In addition, we did not need all the extra bells and whistles like the milk steamer. We’re a coffee/espresso household and don’t drink those types of coffee drinks that often.
This coffee maker replaced our 10 yr old Saeco Magic Deluxe that the water pump went out on. At first we were going to replace the water pump on the Saeco but after looking at the new coffee machines on Amazon we decided to take the financial plunge and replace it. Life is too short to drink watery coffee!
We placed the old Saeco Magic Deluxe on Craigslist as a free giveaway and it was gone in about 4 hours after placing the ad so I’m hoping it will have a productive second life. She was our first “real” coffee maker so we were a little sentimental about are old friend Miss Saeco. Sad to see her go, but Miss Jura is Ohhh so sexy and smooth so we now have new love in our life!
With this Jura you have the option to use replaceable water filters. The water filters are pricey but we felt it was the way to go for us. If you do not use the water filters you have to descale the coffee maker every 3-4 months with a chemical descale tablet. We did not like the thought of running chemicals through the coffee makers water supply so we opted to use the filters instead. You have a choice during setup to use the filters or not.
Previous Review Below:
I am amending my previous 1 star review. My machine did not break after six months, but it did jam for no reason other than humidity I am told. The coffee it makes is great, but if you live somewhere humid, be sure to vacuum out the grinder every few months. Customer care was good, and I got the machine working again. It makes great coffee, but just make sure you follow every step for cleaning and care, or you might have issues.