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Top 3 Most Expensive – And Compact – Coffee Makers For Your RV

We recently featured a video by David and Brenda Bott about their thoughts on the first 12 months living in a new Tiffin Allegro motorhome.

One of the things that stuck out was the coffee machine that Brenda mentioned in the video.

It’s a Jura ENA Micro automatic coffee center. So I did some research and found out it costs over $1,000 ($1,398.95 to be exact)! 😮

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What exactly are the most expensive (and coolest) coffee makers you can use in your RV?

Top 3 Most Expensive (And Compact) Coffee Makers For Your RV

Jura ENA Micro 9

JURA ENA Micro 9 ($1,260) A favorite of full-time RVers, David and Brenda Bott, the Jura ENA Micro 9 is billed as the world’s smallest one-touch automatic cappuccino machine. You won’t have to spend a lot of time reading the manual one you buy: just press one of the easy-to-understand buttons for your drink of choice including latte macchiato, cappuccino, café crème, espresso, or regular hot water.


DeLonghi Magnifica

DeLonghi Compact Magnifica S ($1,000) Don’t let the compact size of the Magnifica S fool you. This full-service coffee machine has all the features of larger models in a smaller footprint. Conveniently use tap water as the built-in filter automatically purifies the water. Plus, the energy-saving switch saves up to 77% energy.


Jura Micro

Jura ENA Micro 1 ($800) This machine does one thing and does it well, make customized cups of espresso.

Here’s how one reviewer described the ENA Micro 1:

There are three settings for concentration of beans and three more settings for how much water. And you can match those six buttons up any which way you want. A cup of ristretto would be made by using the most concentrated beans and the least amount of water. An espresso would be made by using the little bit larger amount of water. A “regular cup of coffee” would use the largest volume of water.

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