I recently received a request to review two models of Swiss-quality coffee machines, namely Jura D6 vs D60. I discovered that many users often mistake between these two gadgets. Therefore, I want to give a quick review about the two products and review which one is more suitable for your home.
Stay tuned and check this technical data table before dive straight to the article. Let’s swallow the information slowly.
Differences Between Miele Jura D6 vs D60
Design & Convenience
Now, this is a hard question: what is the difference in designing between Jura D6 vs D60? The answer is nothing. Absolutely nothing! They are 100% similar to each other, from the dimensions, weight to the color shade of the machine.
So how can you figure out which model is D6 and D60? I believe the only option we have is to check the machine tag. Apart from that, every single detail in the D6 machine all presents in the Jura D60 gadget.
Overall, Jura D6 and D60 have quite distinguished designs from other coffee machines of Jura. It does not use a touchscreen or a screen display to operate but just a plain text display. This offers users a pretty new and interesting experience.
However, I will not recommend these machines for people with bad eyesight. The text running in the machine is hard to catch, and the operation is not an easy procedure.
The advantage when owns one of the two machines lies in the compact design and lightweight design. They come with 11 inches in depth, 13.6 inches in height, and 16.3 inches in width. You can place the machine under your cupboard without having any issue relating to inconvenient refilling water tanks and coffee beans.
And whenever you feel the need to change the coffee machine’s position, these 18-pound gadgets won’t even break you a sweat for carrying them.
Wattages and Capacity
Both Jura D6 and D60 generate the same robust engine of 1450 watts, brewing 40 cups of coffee per day. Unfortunately, the two devices still have the same capacities for the water reservoir and bean container.
With 64 ounces of water tank, which is the standard water level of a coffee machine, you can brew 8 cups of coffee before running out of water. The coffee bean capacity of both models is also 7 ounces.
So, are they really one model but with a different name?
As far as my research goes, I discovered that the D6 model is compatible with ground coffee and coffee beans, while the D60 machine brews only fresh coffee beans.
For those who prefer to substitute the fresh coffee bean with the ground coffee, please avoid the Jura D60. The machine has no such function for ground coffee. Meanwhile, the approximate servings of Jura D6’s ground coffee is up to 16 units.
After reading the review of the design section, you might get the idea that both machines’ operation is not easy or suitable for beginners. And this factor might cause a reduction in buyers’ demand. In order to solve the problem, Jura comes with the idea of controlling remotely from mobile phones or tablets.
This Smart Connect idea has certainly helped lots of people, especially those who have to stay in one place for a long time.
If you ask me the biggest difference between Jura D60 vs D6, my answer will be “nothing essential.” There might be some tiny difference when the manufacturer tries to adjust the machine to be suitable for different regions and environments. But overall, they can be considered the same.
The Jura D6 is the only model in the D series that exists in the American market. Meanwhile, the D60 coffee machine is also the only D-machine in the UK coffee maker’s market.
Rather than saying this fact is a “feature,” I will just consider it as the influenced element to decide the best coffee machine that suits your needs.
Quick Rundown of Jura D6
- Medium capacity of water tank
- Can be used by Smart Connect
- Budget-friendly cost
- NO auto shut on/off function
Quick Rundown of Jura D60
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- Coffee bean aroma protection
- Simple and straightforward design
- 6 levels of grinding
- Not compatible with ground coffee
Jura D6 vs D60 comparison has come to an end. As an American buyer, I will surely go for the D6 model. Furthermore, it also has the option to brew two types of coffee: ground and fresh bean. This factor will allow users to explore more on their journey of brewing coffee.
If you’re living in European countries, feel free to go for the D60 since it has almost all the similar features of the D6.