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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 15 x 14 in||11 x 16.1 x 13.6 in||15.5 x 10 x 11.5 in||9.4 x 17 x 13.8 in||8.7 x 16.93 x 13.38 in|
Treat yourself to a perfect cup of espresso with the Jura ENA Micro 1 Automatic Coffee Center. This ultra-compact machine delivers full-flavored espresso without taking up valuable counter space. The Micro 1 can be programmed for three sizes, which are espresso, lungo and ristretto, each in two aroma levels. The aroma-preservation cover keeps coffee beans fresh, while the built-in grinder gently grinds them, and the micro brewing unit delivers perfectly extracted espresso every time. The intelligent preheating feature ensures that your drink topped with feather-light crema is always dispensed piping hot, and the user-friendly touch panel makes it easy to brew espresso like a pro, right in your own kitchen. This machine also comes with energy-efficient features including energy save mode, an auto-off function, and a Zero-Energy switch.
9-1/10" L x 17-1/2" W x 12-7/10" H
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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.
So I called Customer Service. Their Customer Service is excellent, perhaps the best I have experienced with any company. I called on Monday morning, was talking to a person within two minutes, supplied the serial number (it's on the bottom, of course) and an Amazon invoice. On Thursday a brand new unit arrived at my front door along with a UPS return label which paid all shipping charges for return of the old machine. Great, I thought, unbelievable service.
Alas, the new machine soon began to show the same symptoms as its predecessor: first was a false alarm about the waste container needing emptying. And then the "My Cup Overfloweth" syndrome struck once again, so it was back to watching carefully and turning off the flow manually. I'm not going to call Customer Service again. This is a heavy, bulky machine, and at eighty-eight years, unpacking, packing and lugging this thing to the UPS store was quite a hassle.
I previously owned a DeLonghi and quickly found that neither it's reliability nor it's customer service came close to that of Jura. So, on the basis of two machines approximately one thousand dollars each, from respected and very different companies, I have reached the, probably rash, conclusion that it is not possible to build a truly reliable completely automatic machine for $1,000. I'm not sure where I will go next but meanwhile I continue to enjoy some superb coffee from my Jura, provided I stand there and remember to turn off the flow.
I has no choice but to return the machine. I purchased a C65, made in Switzerland....wow, what a difference...larger bean container, water container and no operational issues....if you are able, spend the extra money and get a larger machine. I was able to get this through a trade-in program directly with JURA.
I am currently living in Italy, so i get Lavazza beans pretty easily and cheaply, so i am using Lavazza Super Crema. Excellent flavor and crema out of this machine. I absolutely love it! My Keurig is currently sitting on a shelf in my garage along with 7 half used various bags of K-cups.
I was a little curious what was included in the box, so to help others, there is NO descaler included. You get the Ena 1, filter, 2 Jura cleaning tabs, a single use water hardness test stick, and an instruction book. I paid quite a bit less on Amazon just a few weeks ago for this machine, bought new, sold by Amazon, not a 3rd party. I see that as I write this review the machine is in the high $700's. I guess you just need to watch for a decent price on it.
Update: Almost 2 years of using our Jura and not a single issue with it. This thing has been through 2 home moves(we are a military family), ran for a year on 220v power using a converter, and now resides on our counter here back in the U.S. Still going strong. We clean it when it says to clean it, descale it, when it says to descale it, and it has not let us down EVER. Love this coffee machine. We use Lavazza Super Crema beans in it and get a wonderful cup of coffee.