This Swiss-designed Automatic Milk Frother by Jura is built to save time, effort and clean-up by providing you with the perfect milk for your favorite drink at the flip of a switch. No more screeching steam wands or burnt fingers. This handy mini-appliance brings peace and piece of mind so you can concentrate on crafting a great drink! Pairs perfectly with the Jura ENA Micro 1.
Features & Functionality of the Jura Automatic Milk Frother
Select from three included disc attachments
Large capacity can product up to 8 ounces of foamed milk or 12 ounces of steamed milk
Automatic shut off for safety
Three temperatures settings: cold, warm (perfect for hot chocolate) or hot
Sturdy removable stainless steel milk pitcher is very easy to clean
Froths on its own, perfect accessory for any brand coffee or espresso setup
Hot and Cold Frothing - Froth your milk to the temperature you want with three pre-set temperatures.
Easy to Clean - The stainless steel pitcher and inserts are top shelf dishwasher safe and a breeze to clean.
Auto-Off - You can walk away with confidence since this frother shuts off automatically.
Get A Grip! - To change between the whisk disk and the heating disk you will need a very forceful tug.
Perched - The plastic lid perches on top and does not create a tight seal, so take care not to overfill.
How Does it Compare?
The Jura Automatic Milk Frother has a coated stainless steel pitcher rather than a glass or plastic pitcher.
Best Answer:I like my coffee really hot and really foamy. I run it on the hottest (top) setting and it gets plenty hot for me. This only works though if your coffee is really hot as well so I use a Bunn coffee maker. I always use the Cappuccino disk to make my coffee. I love this frother machine. Also an interesting thing to note is that when I use non-fat milk I get loads and loads of foam. But when i use 2% it doesnt foam up very well. So it depends on what you like.
my frother worked will for 2 weeks, giving me firm foam. now it is runny. what could be causing this?
A shopper on Jan 14, 2014
Best Answer:I am sorry about the issues with your Jura Automatic Milk Frother! Have you changed the milk you are using or the length of frothing time? Is the whisk clean of any build up and does it spin freely in the unit? Other than these suggestions, I am not sure what could be causing that problem. Jura Capresso may have some more insight for you, and they can be reached at 800-767-3554.
Will this work with the standalone Jura Automatic Milk Frother?
A shopper on Oct 12, 2015
Jura Automatic Milk Frother
Jura Cool Control Basic
Best Answer:No, the Cool Control is a refrigerated compartment for Jura's thermal carafe, and is intended to be used in conjunction with their espresso machines, so that you can leave your milk out longer, and have the tube connected to the machine so that it siphons the milk to the machine and steams and froths it into your cup for you.
The Jura milk frother will heat and wisk the milk so that you only add as much milk into the container as you want heated and frothed, and then will pour that directly into your cup. They are different machines with different intended uses.
About 6 months ago I was able to find and order replacement frosting disks for the Jura Automatic Milk Frother but now I cant find them online anymore. I have ruined two that fell into my garbage disposal and got chopped up. Does anyone know where to order online? I called the customer support number and emailed them but their customer support went into voice mail. I'd rather order it online.
Best Answer:Unfortunately, we do not carry any Jura parts, so I'll have to refer you to Jura. They should have them readily available though, as they are easily removable and could get lost or damaged. Jura's phone number is 800-767-3554. Hope you can find what you need!
Best Answer:While you can add flavorings to the milk in your Jura Automatic Milk Frother, it is best to get the unit started first and then add as it is running, or to premix the flavoring to your milk before adding it to the unit. As long as the whisk in the unit can spin freely, you should be fine, and I would just advise avoiding thick powder or syrup bogging down the whisk, and being sure that you clean the unit thoroughly after use. Hope this helps, and happy frothing!
Warranty Information for the Jura Automatic Milk Frother
What it Covers:
Jura and Capresso espresso machines, coffee makers, tea makers, grinders and milk frothers
- 1 Year (Refurbished Jura-branded equipment, all Capresso-branded equipment)
- 2 Years (New Jura-branded superautomatic espresso machines)
Who Supports the Warranty:
Warranty Contact Information:
Capresso-branded equipment is often replaced rather than repaired during the warranty period, whereas Jura-branded superautomatics have a repair process managed directly by the company (located on the East Coast of the US).
This is a great product with one major weakness. I've tried a few different frothers, and I'm probably going back to this one. It is quiet, it is easy to clean, it is relatively small, and above all, the froth is amazing. You could almost stand on it. I'm very happy with the operation and the end result. However, as many people elsewhere have lamented, it has a design flaw which is the gasket at the bottom of the cup. After a while, it start to come undone and the gaps trap milk residue which can't be cleaned. We have always hand washed and never in the dishwasher. I haven't been able to find a replacement for just the top portion of the frother, but that would be ideal instead of buying a new one. I'm not sure if it happens with all of the products or just mine. (Posted on 9/8/2015)
excellent productReview by LB
I've had my frother for over a year now and I love it. I use it at least once a day and sometimes more if I have the day off of work. The frother has always worked perfectly, and fortunately I've never had a problem with it. I would, and have, recommend this product to friends. (Posted on 8/28/2015)
Don' bother Review by Max
I do not know why it seems so difficult to make a decent frother, but this was one of the worst I have tried. Jura makes good machines, but terrible brothers (and that goes for the one-touch super automatics too-- I have had constant problems with it, which they are good about fixing and replacing, but it shouldn't be so problematic. I am going to try the Breville now, which seem to have good reviews. I have been using a minoya, which is nice when it works, but it often doesn't move the disk and there is a lot of playing around to get it to operate. The frothing mechanism on the Rancillo Sylvia takes some getting used to, but is the best I have used. It is excellent. (Posted on 4/3/2015)
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