Jura ENA 1 Automatic Coffee Machine, 1, Micro Black
|Human Interface Input||Buttons|
|Item Weight||19.4 Pounds|
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- ONE TOUCH: Prepare 3 Barista quality specialties including Ristretto, Espresso and coffee at the touch of a button - Coffee only
- COMPACT: Slim design, perfect for small spaces
- CONICAL BURR GRINDER: Multi-level grinder will perfectly grind whole beans to the optimum fineness
- ECO FRIENDLY: JURA is always freshly ground, Not capsuled - fresh taste with very limited waste - single serve machine
- CAPACITY: 37 ounce water tank, 7 ounce bean container
- Note : All machines are tested prior to leaving factory and there could be coffee residue in machine ,though they are cleaned thoroughly in the factory
- Page number 20 of User manual has information about functions of symbols on the machine; Energy efficiency class / energy consumption: 41 kw per h.
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From the manufacturer
The ultra-compact 1-cup coffee machine is designed not only to make the perfect espresso, but also to be as small as possible.
The perfect espresso
Multi-level grinder and Micro brewing unit for the ultimate espresso.
Touch panel with three user-defined cup sizes and two aroma levels to choose from.
The ultra-compact model, reduced to the absolute minimum. 9 x 12.7 x 17.5 inches. (W x H x D).
Kind to the environment
The automatic energy-saving mode, programmed switch-off time and patented Zero-Energy Switch ensure high energy efficiency.
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|Color||Micro Black||Piano White||Black||Black||Platinum||Silver|
|Item Dimensions||9.06 x 17.52 x 12.72 inches||13 x 20.6 x 18.2 inches||—||10 x 15.5 x 11.5 inches||9.1 x 9.1 x 9.1 inches||16.93 x 8.7 x 13.38 inches|
Take your espresso to the next level with the Refurbished Jura Ena Micro 1. Boasting the same fantastic features for which Jura is known, wrapped up in a more compact design, it's a coffee lover's dream! This great little super automatic coffee center delivers the perfect espresso with just the touch of a button! It can grind, tamp and brew delicious crema coffee or espresso in seconds - ranging in size from 1/2 to 16 ounces. The Refurb Jura Ena Micro 1 is the ideal machine for those who want an easy introduction into perfectly crafted crema coffee and espresso made at home.
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On the plus side, it only produces ground coffee as a waste product – no plastic pods or other environmental contaminants and makes a reasonable espresso.
On the negative side it really doesn’t like coffee beans unless they are dry, oily ones clog up the mechanism (if you use Pete’s Coffee beans - this is not the machine for you). It does not appear to build up a lot of pressure and produces a mediocre espresso. Periodically it will flash a variety of random lights at you and refuse to work - in these cases removing the water tank and various trays and then shaking the machine has “rebooted it“ for me.
For the money I was expecting a much better machine, but I was also getting distraught at the quantity of single use plastic waste my Illy iperesso machine, combined with my coffee consumption habit, was producing.
I do not think the coffee brewed by this machine is as good as a Nespresso or Illy Iperesso machine costing less than a quarter of the price - or even given as a free gift when you subscribe to the pods. But then, it doesn’t produce the waste. When it breaks I will not buy another, in the meantime it will do. Solid 3 stars.
Unfortunately I LOVE the espresso this machines makes (when its working)!
Originally, this was a huge impulse purchase back in the autumn of 2015 when I had moved into a new apartment because I had just become recently single *sigh* (best time for impulse purchases, amiright?) and basically needed appliances and whatnot of my own. The other main reason I bought this machine back then was because I had a trip to Switzerland a year prior to this and every coffee machine there was state of the art and always had this amazing taste and beautiful crema. When I came back to the states, I couldn't stand regular drip coffee anymore so my partner at the time bought one of the larger Jura models with the milk frother and cup warmer. I was spoiled, but I couldn't afford that kind of machine when I moved out on my own a year later, so I found the Ena Micro 1 which was a perfect fit for my tiny kitchen! Plus, I would never use the milk frother anyway, and cup warming is nice but not necessary.
Since then, I've only had one major hiccup with the machine, but only recently after I'd been using it for years and I was able to resolve it myself by researching online and reading the manual. The issue was that it wasn't grinding the appropriate amount of beans for a cup of coffee so one day when the brew came out and my cup just looked like dirty water, I was like "Huh?" And sure enough, I opened the bottom dispenser and saw that it had only grinded 1/3 to 1/4 of the amount needed for a cup of coffee. I figured out that setting the grind control up (I had it all the way on fine for the longest time, bad idea for oily beans) to make a coarser grind resolved the problem and then I thoroughly cleaned/vacuumed out all leftover old beans/grounds and it went back to working as usual and did not affect the taste of the coffee.
The only feature I wish was in this machine is to make the temperature hotter. People who've used my machine love it, but have all mentioned the same thing... They wish the coffee came out hotter. If Jura ever makes a new model of this machine, I'd like to see this feature in it. I honestly have never noticed this until family members started to say something in the past year, so perhaps it's just a sign of the machine declining due to its age or maybe I just prefer my coffee to not burn the heck out of my mouth when I drink out.
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.
I clean the machine when it recommends a cleaning and appreciate how automated this entire thing is. You turn it on, press a button and are instantly greeted with the sweet smell of fresh espresso.
I only have a small gripe (wasn't enough to knock it a star). It seems to count the number of brews to indicate when to empty the grounds bin. Well, I clean it after I turn off the machine so I can wipe down all the residue from the final rinse it does. As such, sometimes it will say the bin is full and make me empty it after my first shot in the morning, when it is clearly far from full. It's also programmed on a small time delay, so you cant just remove the tray and stick it back in, it will still insist you empty it. I chuckle inside at the programming involved here, but wish I could just pop out the tray, pop it back in and keep brewin. Nonetheless, it is a fantastic machine and I am very happy I bought it! Love my espresso!