Jura-Capresso Cup Warmer

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Don’t spend another day brewing into a cold cup! Preserve temperature stability from espresso machine to cup; with the Jura-Capresso Cup Warmer, you won’t have to lose precious heat and end up with lukewarm coffee every morning.

Made with detail-conscious espresso aficionados in mind, the Jura-Capresso Cup Warmer is designed to keep cups at exactly 133?F—ideal, brew-ready temperature. Professionals have always known importance of pre-warming cups to preserve not only temperature, but also flavor and aroma. Now, the Jura-Capresso Cup Warmer makes it possible for home users to easily and efficiently preheat cups, mugs, and glasses.

Energy-efficient programmable automatic on/off options let you preset the machine to ensure that warm cups are waiting for you when you need them most. With two drawers, each with the capacity to house six cappuccino, four coffee, or five espresso cups, you won’t ever be at a loss for space.

Functional and elegant, the Jura-Capresso Cup Warmer has a contemporary styling that features frosted translucent side panels for dramatic effect. This Cup Warmer is designed to compliment all Jura-Capresso ENA and Impressa espresso machines.

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  • Two sliding, stacked drawers, each with enough height to accommodate most coffee mugs and cups
  • Easy-to-read display
  • Closed environment guards against dust and heat loss
  • Slim, space-saving design
  • Durable, heavy-duty construction
  • Power - 120V, 60Hz
  • Dimensions - 12.2 x 30.6 x 34.9 cm
  • One year manufacturer’s warranty

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Accessorize! The Jura-Capresso Cup Warmer

Posted By: Nick B
May 18, 2012 02:24PM
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For those of us who like our coffee hot, warm cups are a must. It brings a tear to my eye to admit that not every machine comes with a built in cup warmer, which is why I was so happy when I un-boxed the Jura-Capresso Cup Warmer. My first impression was that the Cup Warmer looked a little bit...

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