Vibiemme Domobar Junior Double Boiler

When it comes to making excellent ESPRESSO, it is hard to find any coffee machine in this class that can match the Vibiemme Domobar Junior Double Boiler in Malaysia.

Need a mirror? Ladies can do their make facing the side panel.

This is a TRUE ESPRESSO Machine.
Espressos pulled from this machine are some of the best I have tasted.


  • It is a Double Boiler Machine
    You can brew espresso and steam milk at the same time.
    Double copper boiler that can operate independent of each other.
  • E61 Group Head with Pre-infusion and thermal syphon
    Exposed Original E61 Group Head. Very consistent temperature stability.
  • Commercial size portafilter with a 58mm double basket
    Make real international standards double espresso.
  • 3.5 Litre water tank
    Enough water to make more than 50 cups of espresso per filling.
  • 0.6 Litre brew boiler and 0.7 steam boiler
    Plenty of steam power to make smooth velvety milk.
  • Safety Switches and Controls
    Brewing temperature can be adjusted.
    Brewing pressure can be adjusted.
    Low water level alarm warning.
  • Twin pressure gauges
  • Hot water dispenser
  • Cup warmer with enough space for 6 – 8 cups
  • Stainless Steel Body
  • Large and easily removable drip tray
  • 360 degree movable steam wand with safety grip

Price = RM 7,200.00

29 thoughts on “Vibiemme Domobar Junior Double Boiler

  1. aea

    wahh… come with double boiler and temperature control too… is this the new version? is this your new acquisition?

  2. John K

    Hi KF,
    I’m looking at this Vibiemme. How does this compare to Oscar Nouvo Simonelli since it is double the price? Does the coffee taste two times better?

    Do you sell the HX version and how much would that be?

  3. kfchan Post author


    The Appia 1-Group cost around 12K. The Domobar Junior only 7.2K. It is totally a different category man. Domobar Junior is a professional machine. The Appia is a commercial machine.

    On the other hand, the Domobar Super Double Boiler (DSDB) may be comparable to the Appia in a certain sense. DSDB surely looks better. Espresso extraction may be superior. Steaming power, Appia is definitely better. But the DSDB only cost RM9500.

  4. Bazza

    And you have to plumb in the Appia unless I am mistaken as well as the Appia taking up quite a bit more room probably on the bench top…

  5. Bazza

    In terms of extraction – is it fair to compare the VBM with a fully commercial machine like the Appia? The Appia having a bigger boiler etc may be more temperature stable?

  6. kfchan Post author

    Bigger boiler give advantage to milk steaming. Can serve higher volume.
    When it comes to brewing, it is a different game.
    Domobar Super Double Boiler comes with a dedicated boiler just for the brewing process and it is PIDed.

    * Actually the steam wand on the Domobar Super is really nice to use. Silky microfoam easily. But if you force it to make 20 cappuccinos in 30 min, then got problem lah. Recovery of steaming pressure no fight compare to Appia.

  7. Jesper

    Hi all,
    Any idea where I could buy a Domobar Super in Malaysia?
    Used to have a Pavoni – but it broke, only 3 years old and the central electric system is already falling apart. Not recommended!
    Much appreciated

    Best regards,

  8. Grassman

    Hi KF,
    I’m staying in JB,Work In Singapore,everyday traveling in & out. Visit H’Lander every month, As i know there are 2 model of home espresso machine from VBM; i) Domobar junior HX – SGD 2999. ii) Domobar Super Double boiler – SGD 3699. Thinking of buy one of the machine by this year end.

    Seek for your opinion:
    a) Compare Junior HX & DSDB,
    b) Compare Junior HX & Junior DB.

    Best regards,

  9. Richard

    Hi Chan

    What do you think of the Ascaso Dream series of espresso machine? I thought it looks very nice but not sure how good it is? Have you tried it or know someone who uses it?

  10. kfchan Post author

    Good things about the Ascaso Dream: Looks great, has a 3-way solenoid valve and an OPV.

    Bad things:
    Single boiler (about 7.5oz) means that you cannot use it well for even a small party. It’s gonna be brew, wait, wait, wait, steam, wait, wait, brew, wait, wait, wait, steam….

    Steam wand with an enhancer!!! If you cannot remove it or change it, then lousy milk is what you gonna get.

    Check out the video:

    Unless it is really cheap, like sub-2K, it is not worth it. Get the Oscar instead. HX machine with a boiler almost 3 times the size of the Dream. Can make you really nice microfoam.

  11. Tim Tan

    Dear Chan,

    Thanks for running such an informative site and sharing your valuable knowledge.

    I am looking for a Rancilio Rocky and Silvia combo in Malaysia. Can you point me in the right direction as to where to buy one?

    Tried an online Malaysian site, but they were out of stock.

    Thanks a lot.

  12. Sam Lim

    hi, I am Sam Lim fr Penang. Interested on the Vibi Junior or double boiler. How to go on from here ?

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  14. Kuok Cern

    Can you help me? Im looking for the jubi junior double boiler,cant seem to find it. Currently using the ascaso dream,pulls a decent shot but the steamer takes forever to heat up.

  15. Kek Yeong Shuenn

    I want to rent this machine, do you offer this to me for my event? Thanks a lot sir

  16. BlankBlankBlank

    Hi .. Im just a waiter who dream for a coffee shop in the future.. My salary is not that stable and big.. Around like bellow a thousand. But i do have some savings. My boss bought one of this and by the price of 7,200RM is such a big money for me. Can you give me some idea. On how to start.. maybe just 50-75Cups per day.

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