Jura ENA Micro 1 Espresso Maker First Impressions Review

It's the footprint, not the features that will draw customers to the Jura ENA Micro 1.

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Introduction

Jura's big debut at the International Home + Housewares Show in Chicago was actually quite tiny. The ENA Micro 1 bean-to-cup espresso maker is just nine inches wide and 17.5 inches deep, and Jura claims it's the smallest automatic espresso machine in the world.

With an expected MSRP of just $899, it will also be the least expensive espresso maker in Jura's lineup when it goes on sale in August. A small footprint does bring compromises, however: There's no milk frother, and a cup warmer is sold separately.

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  2. Design
  3. Usability
  4. Conclusion

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