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Jura E60 15082 Automatic 15Bar Bean to Cup Coffee Machine & Milk Frother - Black + 2 Year Warranty - £479 (£469 New Customers) @ AO
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Jura E60 15082 Automatic 15Bar Bean to Cup Coffee Machine & Milk Frother - Black + 2 Year Warranty - £479 (£469 New Customers) @ AO

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Posted 15th Apr

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Price reduced to £479 which is good for this Machine, but sign up with a 'New' email account here to receive the extra £10 off code via email (worked for me instantly).

This seems like a great machine, even read a review stating it has a smartphone app with in-built Wi-Fi which you can make a cup directly from your phone - although I can't find any info on that so not 100% - maybe someone with this can confirm?

Next best price for this I can find is Peter Tyson for £548


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Jura E60 Bean to Cup
Wake up on the right side of the bed with this bean to cup coffee machine from Jura. It has 3 different programmes to choose from, so whether you wish to start your day with a velvety Cappuccino or full-bodied espresso, you’ll have a blend to suit your mood. The spout is height-adjustable too, making it easy to fit in different cups when you have guests. If you enjoy a luxurious froth on your morning brew, this model has special foam technology, which gives a deliciously creamy finish. The vibrant interactive TFT display makes creating the perfect coffee effortless as it guides you every step of the way. And you won’t need to do any washing up either, thanks to the handy Auto Clean function.


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Key Features
  • 3 pre-programmed coffees at the touch of a button
  • Height-adjustable spout to suit all cup sizes
  • Makes fine, feather-light foam for an authentic finish
  • Choose the perfect drink using the interactive display
  • Cleaning function keeps your machine in great condition

Featuring fully programmable coffee drinks, fine foam technology and a TFT colour screen, the Jura Impressa E60 Bean-to-Cup Coffee Machine will be an impressive addition to your kitchen appliances. Designed to make everything from creamy cappuccinos to strong espressos, this machine will get your morning off to the perfect start. And with an A energy efficiency rating A you can be sure that it won't be a burden on your power bills.

Ultra convenience
The E60 is ideal for those who like to make their favourite coffee quickly with the buttons for the espresso, coffee, cappuccino and milk foam functions are all positioned on the front for maximum convenience. This model can even prepare two coffees simultaneously and thanks to the modern TFT colour display, operating the machine is incredibly easy.

Pulse Extraction Process
This revolutionary technology from JURA takes inspiration from the world’s greatest baristas, which results in a technology that optimises the extraction time and allows for even short speciality coffees, such as ristretto and espresso to be prepared with an incredible intensity and gorgeous aromas like never before.

Intelligent Water System
The CLARIS water filter supplies you with perfect quality water for the best flavours. They also protect the fluid system against limescale and remove any substances, such as lead or other smells and tastes that interfere with the overall flavour.


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You need to buy a module for smartphone functionality. None the less, it's a great machine.
low_level_devel15/04/2020 20:10

You need to buy a module for smartphone functionality. None the less, …You need to buy a module for smartphone functionality. None the less, it's a great machine.


Thanks for confirming! How much is that?
Libre1115/04/2020 20:11

Thanks for confirming! How much is that?


It's £45 on Amazon at the moment. Might be worth it, but given you have to place a mug under the machine anyway, I'm not sure what the benefit really is!
low_level_devel15/04/2020 20:14

It's £45 on Amazon at the moment. Might be worth it, but given you have …It's £45 on Amazon at the moment. Might be worth it, but given you have to place a mug under the machine anyway, I'm not sure what the benefit really is!


I guess so, unless you leave one there from the night before? I guess it’s just extra lazy
Libre1115/04/2020 20:15

I guess so, unless you leave one there from the night before? I guess …I guess so, unless you leave one there from the night before? I guess it’s just extra lazy


Guess it may appeal to some peeps 😁
low_level_devel15/04/2020 20:14

It's £45 on Amazon at the moment. Might be worth it, but given you have …It's £45 on Amazon at the moment. Might be worth it, but given you have to place a mug under the machine anyway, I'm not sure what the benefit really is!



I have the module via amazon Germany. Not really worth it
Looks a well reviewed home bean to cup machine. If my Melitta wasn’t still going strong I would be seriously tempted. Have some heat!
Which tool linked this to alcohol?
antspam15/04/2020 20:25

Which tool linked this to alcohol?


It automatically selects the linked groups.. So blame the HotUKD algorithm
Libre1115/04/2020 20:33

It automatically selects the linked groups.. So blame the HotUKD algorithm …It automatically selects the linked groups.. So blame the HotUKD algorithm


Algorithms are programmed, no?
Great machine and price.
antspam15/04/2020 21:03

Algorithms are programmed, no?


Well it’s probably due to there being a brand of Whisky called Jura..
Edited by: "Libre11" 15th Apr
Libre1115/04/2020 21:16

Well it’s probably due to there being a brand of Whisky called Jura..


I know that and you know that. But when I set up an alert for the word whisky, that is literally what I want notifying about. Not alcohol generally, not anything that contains Baileys, not anything with the same name as a whisky (eg Scotch tape) - just whisky.
antspam15/04/2020 21:19

I know that and you know that. But when I set up an alert for the word …I know that and you know that. But when I set up an alert for the word whisky, that is literally what I want notifying about. Not alcohol generally, not anything that contains Baileys, not anything with the same name as a whisky (eg Scotch tape) - just whisky.


Then maybe contact The HotUKD help team mate
How does this compare to the De'longhi Elleta?
antspam15/04/2020 20:25

Which tool linked this to alcohol?


Could possibly make a hot espresso martini with it
low_level_devel15/04/2020 20:14

It's £45 on Amazon at the moment. Might be worth it, but given you have …It's £45 on Amazon at the moment. Might be worth it, but given you have to place a mug under the machine anyway, I'm not sure what the benefit really is!


We have a Jura machine at work and when it’s been off for a period of time, it rinses itself. You wouldn’t want that in your morning coffee. Trust me, I’ve done it.
Good machine for the price, but if you don't mind a bit of a learning curve, go for something that isn't automatic.

I switch from a Jura Automatic to the Sage machine that's often seen around these parts for a similar price. Once I got the knack of it, the coffee is far better than anything from an automatic machine!
bma144516/04/2020 09:14

Good machine for the price, but if you don't mind a bit of a learning …Good machine for the price, but if you don't mind a bit of a learning curve, go for something that isn't automatic.I switch from a Jura Automatic to the Sage machine that's often seen around these parts for a similar price. Once I got the knack of it, the coffee is far better than anything from an automatic machine!


I currently have the Sage Barista Express.. Love it but it can be of an effort to make a coffee sometimes. I often think I’d just prefer a automatic.. But I do love my sage!
We have this and its a great machine, so easy to use and maintain apart from the milk part which is a bit of a faff to maintain so we sometimes just head a shot of milk in the microwave instead to save cleaning. The wifi thing seems gimicky so don't bother.

We have loads of coffee makers and machines at home now and this gets used the most by far. Sure a proper espresso machine is better but this is so much easier. I don't bother with my espresso machine anymore.
DanTheManc15/04/2020 23:13

How does this compare to the De'longhi Elleta?


If you drink milky coffees daily, go for the Eletta. The milk caraffe has a clean option on it, whereas with the Jura you have to put a jug of water under it for cleaning. They recommend you buy new tubes every X months etc too. The Jura also requires expensive cleaning tablets, although doesn't require cleaning often, it's still an extra ongoing expense. On the delonghi you can remove the brew unit and clean. The water tank is easier to replenish on the delonghi too because it slides out. Neither will make a particularly hot milky drink, but the delonghi will make a hotter black coffee with the highest temperature setting. The Jura does make a slightly tastier coffee, but could be down to personal opinion.
Awsome black one,nothing more comfortable than a hot cup of coffee in the morning
£449 now
low_level_devel16/04/2020 11:50

The Jura also requires expensive cleaning tablets, although doesn't …The Jura also requires expensive cleaning tablets, although doesn't require cleaning often, it's still an extra ongoing expense.


You can get generic cleaning tablets which are much cheaper than the Jura-branded ones and which do the same job. I use them in my Jura S9.
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