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Jura 7520 Claris Water Care Cartridge

by Jura
4.3 out of 5 stars 69 customer reviews

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  • Claris Water Filter 7520 is a replacement filter for Jura Capresso C1000, C3000, S7 (original model), S8, S9 (original model), and Jura X7.
  • Filters reduce limescale build-up for longer machine life, optimized brewing pressure and consistent temperature.
  • Active filters also reduce other substances that may affect the smell and taste of water such as chlorine.
  • You get a perfect cup of coffee with a natural and intense aroma and a rich and creamy foam.
  • One filter per order.
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  • Jura 7520 Claris Water Care Cartridge
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  • Jura Cleaning Tablets for all Jura Automatic Coffee Centers, 6-Count
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  • Jura Decalcifying/Descaling Tablets (9 tablets)
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Product Description

The Claris Water Cartridge reduces water hardness up to 75% and eliminates decalcifying. It removes (if present) up to 85% Chlorine, up to 90% lead, up to 95% copper and up to 67% aluminum. Fits Jura/Capresso models C1000, C3000, F9, S7, S8, S9.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 3.5 x 0.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0000ADY4M
  • Item model number: 7520
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,567 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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The Claris filter is manufactured for the Jura Coffemakers, but does not fit the F9 perfectly.
It only has 3 slots to lock in place however the water container comes with 4 blades which should lock into 4 slots.
It still fits, but the clearyl water filter has a better fit.
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This product is so overpriced that the company should be embarrassed. I am sure they are not! No choice, I love the coffeemaker.
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If you buy the 4 pack they are $15.00 each and you get 500 cups per filter. That's 3 cents a cup. How much do you pay for a cup of coffee at Starbucks? Factor in the cost of coffee beans and the per cup amortized cost of the coffee machine as well as the per use electricity consumption and this is way cheaper than coffee house coffee! And these filters will reduce or eliminate calcium buildup failures. The Jura machines cost from $800.00 to $3,000.00 each. Spend the $15.00 per 500 cups. Cheap insurance.
I cut one open to see how it works. It is filled with a layer of what appears to be tiny carbon granules, and another layer of resin beads. I am guessing the resin beads are a one time use water softener to eliminate calcium and the carbon is to reduce chlorine and possibly other chemicals. If the beads also act as a sediment filter I don't know. This is just my speculation as I am not a filter expert.
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These things are so freakin expensive and my machine makes me change them every 5 - 7 weeks. They work great for not having to. Descale the machine but I can't believe what a rip off they are. I rate them 1 star based on price to value, but as far a how they work, I guess they do what they are designed for,
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By George B. on February 18, 2013
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I normally did not use this filter with my S8 because I use R/O water, but now our present RO system can do no better than up in the 90 ppm range due to the hardness of the ground water so I decided to try this filter again. I was surprised to see it immediately bring the 90 ppm level down to 28 ppm (AMZ // HM Digital COM-100 Waterproof EC/TDS/TEMP Meter)... and apparently thee filter is good for 500 cups at $20 or two months whichever comes first... for me that would only be 120 cups in two months before I had to throw it away and I probably would because I don't know what's in that filter, but someone does!!

I thought that it was just a "filter" but something that brings down the ppm level that far down is more than just a filter. I have a Spotless Water System (AMZ // DI-120 Cr Spotless Water System) for washing my cars and windows, it also turns water into distilled (de-ionized) water quality of 0.00 ppm. It uses a resin to remove ALL minerals in the water. I'm guessing, just guessing that this Jura filter uses a resin of some sort too. I wasn't expecting that. I don't drink my Spotless Water System water per company recommendation, but I don't know why they don't recommend drinking it and it probably has nothing to do with a Jura filter process. Spotless recommends for one thing that totally mineral-less water is of no value to drink...?

Plan B:
$35 per 3 gallon glass water bottle (cheaper locally without shipping) plus an AMZ Dolphin Manual Drinking Water Pump @$17... then $.50 per gallon of water for commercial RO water @ 5 ppm max. At $20 per filter that equals the price of 40 gallons of high quality commercial RO water if you have an outlet near you... and I don't have to throw my water away after 2 months, or 500// (120 actual) cups!
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Apparently the Jura is so smart it tracks whether the filter is replaced in a timely fashion or not; if not replaced properly you may void your warranty. For me, it's worth spending a little extra on these filters so the machine functions properly and it never lets me down in making the very BEST cup coffee.
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We have a whole house softner, a dedicated filter under the kitchen sink changed every 6 months, and use the Brita pitchers to filter water for the Jura so tried changing the jura filter less often and even tried reusing filters after rinsing, letting them dry out and reusing. Our machine got plugged up, water spouting everywhere except through the spouts. Called Jura, told to clean the dispensing holes with a straightened paper clip, did that, descaled, cleaned and everything was good. NOW I USE The dang filters as recommended. Love the coffee from my 7+ year old Jura and won't take a chance on messing it up again. Cost of filters aside, it makes an unbeatable cup of coffee. New visiters are always astounded...we pay plenty for good coffee beans too but having that special cup in the mornings is worth it.
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Amazon had the lowest price I found on this filter which is the one specified for use with a Capresso C1000.
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