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Jura 13531 Impressa C5 Fully Automatic Coffee Center, Piano Black

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  • 1450-watt automatic coffee machine with 15-bar pump and stainless-steel ThermoBlock heating system
  • Rotary dial for choosing coffee or espresso and 1 or 2 cups; Intelligent Pre Brew Aroma System
  • 6-setting conical steel burr grinder; separate funnel for pre-ground coffee; 5-16-gram brewing chamber
  • Adjustable-height coffee spout; Easy Cappuccino Frother or hot water nozzle; removable water tank
  • Measures 15 by 11-1/2 by 13-1/2 inches
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Product Description

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Grind, Tamp, Brew and Clean in under 60 seconds..with a push of a button! Make perfect espressos, cappuccinos, lattes and crema coffees..every time! The Impressa C5 produces more crema for the best high-pressure-brewed coffee, espresso, cappuccino, latte, cafe mocha latte and more. The Impressa C5 features an illuminated Rotary Dial for a whole range of coffee specialties using a single control. With the Rotary Dial operating system you simply turn and select the symbol to choose between espresso or crema coffee and one or two cups. The variable brewing chamber holds between 5 and 16 grams of ground coffee, making it possible to brew any kind of coffee from a single 1-ounce ristretto to two 8-ounce cups of coffee at one time. The Impressa C5 features a stainless steel Thermoblock heating system and an 18-bar pressure pump that guarantees fully aromatic high pressure brewed coffee and a strong layer of crema. The Impressa C5 comes equipped with a Dual Frother PLUS, which makes it easy to froth or steam milk like a barista into any sized pitcher or directly into the cup. There is also a dispenser for hot water. A Clearyl Water Filtration System purifies water and eliminates the need for decalcification. A separate coffee funnel can be used with different varieties of pre-ground coffee, such as decaf, when there are regular beans in the bean container. The commercial quality conical steel burr grinder with six fineness settings has a special design to maximize the flavor and aroma of the coffee. The machine alerts the user to add fresh coffee beans when needed. Self-monitoring rinsing, cleaning and descaling programs make it easy to keep the Impressa C5 in top condition. All setting and activities are permanently stored in a built-in memory.

Product Details

Size: just machine
  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 11.5 x 13.5 inches ; 20 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 25.5 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00330QVLG
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 13531
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #119,734 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Gregory G. on September 6, 2010
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Purchased this machine about three months ago and have been totally pleased with it. Owned a C 1000 and upgraded with the frothXpress PLUS as well.... Easy to program, easy to use and easy to clean. I have been through two cycles of cleaning with the tablets and the cleaning took about half the time the C 1000 took... It uses special Cearly Blue filters.. no discounts on these. They are a standard price and you replace them with every cleaning so there is a little expense with this.

The frothXpress is great and I use it only when I am making a few cappucinos. It comes completely apart and cleans easily.

All in all, I could not be happier. The only thing that coul be better are the initial directions on how to use the machine. Having owned the other one, this one was easier to maneuver. The directions for the frothXpress PLUS are almost non-existent but I found some directions online which helped.

It is a hefty price for a machine but I value good coffee. You will not be disappointed.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By girlygil on September 30, 2011
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This machine was on my wishlist for a long time, but I couldn't bring myself to drop close to a $1000 on a coffee machine. One day we realized we had alot of AMEX points and could convert them to use on Amazon... voila! 3 days later the machine was sitting on our kitchen counter. It did take a bit of time to setup and get the hang of how to use the frother but once you do - the coffee gods will smile down on you.

I held back posting a review until now. Last week the filter needed to be replaced and I ordered the wrong one (it's not the white filter that shows up as a bundled item with the tablets btw) so we've not been able to use the machine for the past week. We went back to using our old Tassimo single cup maker which I used to think brewed a pretty good cup of coffee. After drinking espressos, lattes and regular coffee from the Jura for the past 3 months I'm afraid I've been completely spoiled for anything else. This machine has now become an integral part of our daily routine...need to make sure I don't run out of the filters again!

If you're thinking about purchasing this machine all I can say is "do it, just do it".
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By D. Rich on August 5, 2012
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Almost everything you can read about this beautiful machine, the C-5, is true. I bought it on Amazon for a very competitive price. A good move.

The espresso is excellent. The ability of precisely calibrate the the fineness of the grind pays off when you adjust it for your favorite bean (I use Lavazza Crema, also a good deal through an Amazon subscriptions). The various other features all work about as described -- few surprises.

After 14 months of heavy use (two quadruple espresso pulls and cappuccino operation every day, all year), I found the hardware for the steaming fixture is just not up to even routine household usage. Even before the year's warranty expired, an excessive amount of steam and hot water was escaping from somewhere near the top of the frothing wand. I assumed it was from around the rubber grommet by which the wand can be detached from the machine for proper cleaning -- I figured I'd stretched it out from frequent cleanings and so I just called and bought a new one ($15) from Jura USA. After installing it, I discovered that was not, in fact, the problem: high pressure super-hot steam continued to escape from the flimsy joint between the metal wand hardware and the 3mm curved metal pipe that delivers the steam from the front of the machine. Now, I keep a piece of paper towel wrapped around the joint to prevent getting scalded when turning off the steamer.

In addition, the drip tray fills up quite quickly, even if you *never* allow purging water or other drippings to go into it. (There must be some internal water purging process that happens to dump all this water into the tray.) Be sure your sink isn't too far way: the tray is shallow and long, which can make for a tense walk to the sink.
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81 of 106 people found the following review helpful By N.O.65 on March 2, 2010
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I have purchase the new Jura-Capresso Impressa C5 before it had been released. So I had to wait for several weeks for its delivery. Once it arrived it took a good couple of hours to read through the manual, (the machine operation is not intuitive). It had all kinds of warnings for grinding: no oily beans, no flavored beans, and so on. (You could grind such beans in separate grinder and use it in the grinded beans compartment. I have not tried this yet). So, I have followed the instructions closely, and for about 5 to 7 days it worked fine. However, one morning, after the first cup of coffee I made, I could not make a second one. (There was no coffee coming out of the spouts). I try different approaches to solve the issue myself, however eventually called the company. The representative had walked me through some steps, basically squandering more and more of my good beans, but was not able to solve the problem. To his credit, once he realized he can not resolve the issue he offered to replace the body of the machine. The way it worked; the company has sent the new body and a label to send the old one back. (I had to remove all the removable parts: water tank, spout for cappuccino, and such) It took about a week for a new one to arrive. On arrival, I have noticed that the spout on the new one did not feet as well as on the old one, but I did tried to froth the milk yet. (I hope it works)
As far as quality of the coffee it makes, it is not bad; it is still not a commercial quality, but the machine makes a creama that is somewhat resembling of a good European café coffee. I have tried several different kinds of beans and came to the conclusion that quality of beans make a bigger difference than the machine itself. (I tried the good beans in the cheap espresso machine and the coffee was almost as good). The best beans I found were at the "Whole Foods" store.
Overall, I think it is way overpriced, and I would not purchase it again.
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