Reason for Return
Never been used, customer returned because they needed a more robust machine for their bakery.
Blemishes of Note
- None to be found.
- Machine has never been used.
- Additional unknowdicable blemishes may be on the machine but none that could be found with the naked eye.
Please Read Before Purchasing:
When a customer would call us and ask, "What machine would you recommend that will last 20 years or more, with commercial build quality, and will still look good in our kitchen?" The Junior DT1 Cimbali espresso machine was the machine we would recommend hands down. The Junior DT1 has a beautiful stainless outer shell that looks great on black marble, blends in with other stainless steel appliances, and fits under standard cabinet heights of 17 3/4". The Junior DT1 espresso machine has a rotary pump, is very quiet, has programmable volumetric dosing, must be plumbed in, runs on a 15 amp 110-volt circuit, and has the ability to direct drain into the drip tray or not.
Many new features have been added to this machine, including the ability of passive pre-infusion, dual gauges, and a new three-hole steam tip with smaller holes which makes it simple to produce great microfoam even when doing small quantities of milk.
It is very simple to activate pre-infusion: hold any button on the display for 2 seconds and it goes into a pre-infusion mode when you make that drink. Press and release any button and it makes the shot without pre-infusion.
* All of the VST insert baskets will work in the Cimbali portafilters, except the 22 gram *
We are the exclusive North American Importer; Distributor inquiries welcome.
Starting October 9th, 2011, we are extending the manufacturer's warranty one additional year FREE of charge, that gives you two years of warranty coverage.
Warranty: Two-year parts and labor provided by Chris' Coffee Service, Inc.
(Free shipping in the 48 contiguous United States)
We ship your machine strapped to a small pallet and send it via common carrier (LTL - Less than Truckload). This form of shipping is MUCH more expensive for us than UPS or FedEx, but we feel it is not only worth it but necessary. We have tried both UPS and FedEx and it simply isn't worth it; too many machines got damaged in the process of shipping. The last thing you would want is to place an order for a beautiful machine, only to have it arrive damaged.
**You will need to call the trucking company to schedule a delivery day for your machine**