Monix is a Spanish manufacturer, 100% specialized in household goods. This company markets all the articles you may need in a kitchen. There are all kinds of them, with a more classic or modern look, and with materials for all uses: stainless steel, aluminium, steel, enamel, cast, without a doubt, a reference company in this sector.
Monix belongs to the Taurus group (which brings together many of the best-known household appliances and kitchenware) and can boast a long history of over 60 years of service to consumers.
In the coffee machine sector, Monix uses the same materials and philosophy as in the rest of the articles in its catalogue.
It means that there is no technology or electrical components of any kind and that aluminium or stainless steel parts predominate. Indeed, you have guessed it: Monix sells only the traditional Italian mocha or coffee machine.
All Monix coffee machines: Price and models
As we have said, Monix works specifically in the Italian coffee machine sector.
All its models are simple, low-cost and have basic features. An Italian Monix coffee machine stands out for its functionality and variety in both design and colours.
There are six Monix Italian coffee machines: Vitro, Aroma, Cream, Roma, Eternal and finally, the traditional Monix Moka in three colours. Here you have them all, with their prices and tariffs updated today.
We will now take a closer look at each of the main models:
Monix Vitro coffee maker: The classic
From the Vitro model, Monix markets three versions: The Monix Vitro Noir (black lacquered), the Vitro Express (matt aluminium) and the Vitro Rock (stone effect finish).
They have a classic design in aluminium, with an octagonal plan and a bakelite handle (it isolates the heat so that you do not burn yourself). All of them are available in sizes from 1 to 12 cups.
This aluminium Monix coffee machine is a cheap option with a wide range of sizes for those users who do not ask for big aesthetic displays from their mocha.
There are also three other models, which we could call Monix coffee machine of colours, which are identical to each other and equal in design to these Monix Vitro that we have just seen.
They are the Monix Cobalt, Fresa and Lima coffee machines (blue, red and green). All of them belong to a line of products that Monix commercializes with the same colour and name (for example, the cobalt pot, the Monix Lima paella pan), and they are very basic and very cheap mochas.
They give a colourful note to the classic range of Italian coffee machines by Monix.
Monix Cream coffee maker: The original
The Monix Cream is a coffee machine for those who want something more original, although with the same characteristics as the previous ones.
The Italian coffee machine Monix Cream has a particular brown colour (with a matt finish) in the body, the handles, and the knob. The waistband retains the metallic colour of the aluminium.
As you can see, the design of this Cream has the peculiarity that it is octagonal (with edges) in the upper body but cylindrical (without borders) in the boiler. It is a large Moka, with 6, 9 or 12 cups.
As with the previous Vitro model, the Monix Cream is made of aluminium, but this one is valid for induction kitchens because its base is steel. Therefore it can capture and distribute the induction heat upwards.
Monix Roma coffee machine: The stainless steel one
The Roma is a more innovative Italian coffee machine than the previous ones. It retains the edges but has a cylindrical plant, and the handle is straight.
The Monix Roma differs from the previous models in that it is built 100% in 18/10 stainless steel. It can, therefore, be used in induction kitchens. It is available in three sizes: 4, 6 and 10 cups, so it is a truly versatile coffee machine that meets the needs of users who are less fond of the classic.
If you are looking for a Monix induction coffee machine, this is an excellent alternative.
Monix Eterna coffee maker: 10 cups
The Eterna model is another induction Monix coffee machine with built-in 18/10 stainless steel and a glossy finish.
It has the same characteristics and sizes as the previous model (Roma), it can be used in induction kitchens, and the only difference is that the handle is not made of bakelite but also steel.
The knob of the Monix Eterna is still made of bakelite and keeps its characteristic black colour.
Monix Aroma coffee maker
We arrive at the third model of Monix coffee machine for induction: The Aroma. On this occasion, the knob has been replaced by a tab that allows you to lift the lid with the same hand you hold the handle.
The handle is made of silicone and is black, as is the characteristic decorative band found on the waist (the point where the two bodies of the coffee machine meet).
The Italian Monix Aroma coffee machine comes in three sizes (4, 6 or 10 coffee cups) suitable for induction.
Why buy a Monix coffee machine?
Monix coffee machines are recommended for users looking for a functional, low-cost Italian coffee machine. As they are very cheap, you can afford to buy several different sizes or several models for every occasion.
Spanish manufacture, variety of models and colours, a guarantee of a brand that will last a lifetime, unless you are particularly demanding with your espresso and are looking for a very high-quality mocha, the Monix Italian coffee machines are a comfortable and safe choice for most users.
The Italian Jata coffee machines are a very similar alternative in everything (variety, price, simplicity).