Glimpse into the future of superautomatics with the Krups Barista One-Touch! This machine brings new meaning to superautomatic with its fully integrated one-touch digital screen and easy to read illustrated options. Customize up to eight different recipes per user profile for volume, temperature, and coffee dosage desired. Or simply start-up the Barista One-Touch and select from one of seven ready-made options.
Great for milk based drinks, the One-Touch will guide you through the amount of milk needed. The Barista One-Touch will also heat and froth the milk directly in your cup! This handy automatic frothing spout only appears when needed and retreats for an automatic rinse after each use. Thanks to Krups, the future is here with the Barista One-Touch!
Features & Functionality of the Krups Barista One-Touch EA9000
- Fully Automatic: Down to the innovative frothing technology, the One-Touch does just about everything for you!
- Personalized Programmability: Personalize your favorite drinks with your own user profile. Each profile is customizable by your name and favorite color.
- One-Touch Digital Screen: The fully integrated screen keeps choices simple with illustrated options and guided instructions.
- Personalized Settings: From the settings option you can program the language, brightness, date/time, auto off function, volume, water hardness, and coffee temperature.
- Metal Conical Burr Grinder: Features automatic grinder settings to adjust fineness of grind as well as the amount of coffee ground according to the pre-programmed recipe.
- Bypass Doser: Available for your favorite pre-ground coffees.
|Ease of Care and Maintenance||3|
|Ease of Use||5|
|Overall Value for the Money||4|
|How Does it Compare?||
The Barista One-Touch is a big step towards a fully automatic machine. We feel the only way you could improve would be to hire a full-time barista!
|Tips and Tricks||
For those syrup and sauce lovers, we suggest adding your favorite flavor after the One-Touch has completed your milk based drink.
|Product Weight (lbs.)||38.3000|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel/Plastic|
|Cup Clearance||5 inches|
|Reservoir Size||57 oz|
|Water Sources||Reservoir/Internal Tank|
|Auto Shut Off||Yes|
|One-Touch||Yes - One-Touch Functionality Only|
|Bean Hopper Capacity||9.8 ounces|
Submit a question directly to owners of this product and ask what they think about it!
Also, where are the replacement tablets, filters and cleaning fluid available?
Thanks. Jan 12, 2014
We offer the Krups cleaning tablets, but not their water filters or their branded milk cleaning liquid. I do not have a suggestion for the water filter, but for another option for that cleaning liquid, try RInza. I have included a link for the Krups Cleaning Tablets and the Rinza below:
http://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/rinza-milk-frother-cleaner Jan 17, 2014
I'm seeing different dimensions for the EA9000 everywhere. Is the length truly 15 inches? Elsewhere I've seen EA9000 up to L 23 inches but counter space is a commodity for me. Jan 12, 2014
Width 11.50 inches
Depth 15.50 inches
Height 15.00 inches Jan 13, 2014
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Warranty Information for the Krups Barista One-Touch EA9000 superautomatic espresso machine
|What it Covers:||
Krups espresso machines and coffee makers
|Who Supports the Warranty:||Krups USA|
|Warranty Contact Information:||800-526-5377|
|Notes:||If a product is proved to be defective, Krups will repair or replace the machine with no charge to the customer.|
|Eligible for SCG Extended Warranty?||No|
|Can SCG Repair?||No|
Caring for the Krups Barista One-Touch EA9000 superautomatic espresso machine
- Soap out water tank and drip trays every few days.
- Wipe the casing with a damp rag or sponge.
- Depending on the number and type of milk based drinks prepared, you will need to manually clean the steam nozzle from time to time. You can begin this process by selecting Steam Nozzle Cleaning Manual from the Service tab on the touch screen.
Very happy with machineReview by Paul
Quality Price Value
I visited Starbucks daily for a latte, which I realized was a large waste of time, money, and mileage on my car. I spent a few weeks researching these machines and was confused, as many of the coffee lovers on the internet complained about the temperature and quality of the coffee. I like coffee very much, but I don't think I am an extreme coffee snob. I was looking for something of Starbucks quality at home.
I am happy to report that this device delivers Starbucks quality coffee with no skills required at home. I did have to make my own custom drinks, as I was not satisfied with the automatic settings, mainly the time it frothed the milk for.
It does require frequent water drip tray emptying (about once per 3 drinks, maybe 4) and filling of the reservoir (once per 4 or 5 drinks). It nags about cleaning constantly, and unfortunately some of the cleaning cycles are not fully automatic (they ask you to do things in the middle of them like empty the drip tray, so you can't just walk away for the 15 minutes that it is cleaning).
Compared to the other machines on the market, I think that the way this machine heats and froths the milk is superior. Both in terms of quality and heat of the milk, but cleanliness too.
I would recommend this machine to others.
(Posted on 7/19/14)
I call her Hel after Fritz Lang's MetropolisReview by crema
Price Value Quality
Quality? It took some doing to find Hel's custom setting tricks. To get a fine grind, heat and strength, I had to program my custom drinks. Hel has a lot of categories and room for 64 drinks (8 under 8 headings) in her "brain." One-touch welcome screen settings were fine for coffee with or without steamed milk and a weak Starbucksy capp or latte, but the best drinks are a combo of custom drink settings where one can adjust the grind, water ounces and temperature. Then, a custom cappuccino plus a custom espresso will achieve the double longo latte trick among other fascinating drinks.
Heat? After the custom milk preheat and froth it's lofty and hot! Hel is hot and I'm not even near the highest setting.
Grinder? The pulls are a little bitter/astringent and new nuances are detectable (good and bad). The character of the beans that are selected for a different semi-auto with a deeper filter cup would show up. I'll need to play with my blend. Overall, I was concerned about the built in grinder, but a grounds check proves it's powdered sand fine. I just wish it would tamp more grounds into a pull. I have to study the manual and get tricksy, but I'm 90% into caffeinated nirvana (and totally wired - apologies in advance).
Ease? Hel interrupts me a little, like, "Hey, refill Hel's water tank," and, "Hel's ground bin should be emptied," and "Hel is heating up/doing maintenance/cleaning the steam nozzle." Her control panel is resistive rather than adaptive touch screen. Frankly, that's good because you'd want selections to be deliberate. Mistakes are expensive - bean-wise.
Clean? Hel cleans the bejeezus out of herself and I don't have to do anything but refill the water tank, dump the rinse tray and used grounds bin occasionally. It's slightly irritating that she cleans during my custom multi selection in one glass stilo. I wish she'd wait for me to say "now." One should read the manual to adjust Hel's cleaning and maintenance behavior (a little). Be prepared, there will be replacements of water filters and cleaning fluid and a deep clean of that nozzle protocol eventually.
Convenience? Hel is the Bentley of Mercedes in convenience. Milk is measured by custom preference, right into your cup straight from refrigerator, so it's a personal user experience from fat % to nut milks and flavored syrups. She holds 1/2 pound of whole beans and there's a little bypass cup for decaf or other grounds (flavored and other gross stuff). Oddly, she's so super-auto that it's maddening sometimes - just like a woman. You'll wish you could adjust more yourself (well I do anyway a 1/4 ounce here or there, larger clearance for ginormous "to go" travel cups instead of hot on demand smaller ones, frothing nozzle rinsing interrupt). But, she'll heat your cups topside, has her own built-in light for dark mornings, an auto timer, auto off, and writes "hello" - hello Hel!
Noise level? Hel is rumbly and whirry, not quieter but more tolerable than my stand alone grinder and semi auto steam, hiss and whine. Those both frightened my kitty Lily after piquing her interest.
Footprint? Small considering the scope of performance. 15L x 11.5W x 14H with some clearance required for bean hopper lid - let's say 5.75 inches of upswing. One major advantage of Hel to other autos is not having those ugly, unsanitary milk bins to the side that take up coveted counter space and break your heart like a relative in ICU with life assistance tubes. Yeah, just like that, but more latte than loved one.
Time? It takes less time to make a picky person's "latte" with Hel than basically every other machine I've tried. She's fast as a fat panther just waking up. Don't ask how I know that.
Price? Geez. Ridonkulous, but she'll earn her keep eventually. The best deal going right now is here at Seattle Coffee Gear with superb customer service and shipping. Worth it? Too soon to tell in my personal Metropolis. I need different beans, now and tweaks, then maybe.
(Posted on 1/17/14)