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Jura-Capresso 13548 Impressa J6 Automatic Coffee and Espresso Center, Piano Black


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  • Automatic coffee and espresso center grinds, tamps, and brews in under 60 seconds
  • Built-in 6-setting conical burr grinder; 15-bar pump; 1450-watt stainless-steel-lined Thermoblock system
  • Manual/auto frothers; 6 pre-programmed beverage buttons; 11 programming options; LED display
  • 71-ounce removable water tank; 9-ounce bean container; pre-ground coffee funnel; dual coffee spouts; water filter
  • Measures 16-1/2 by 11 by 13-1/4 inches; 2-year limited warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 11.2 x 13.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 36 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B003XPHFY8
  • Item model number: 13548
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #145,519 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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The Jura Impressa J6 is an exquisite combination of modern style, rich color and quality materials, designed with unique workmanship. Elegant and sophisticated, it makes a bold visual statement. Coffee lovers will be enraptured by its versatility as they experience new dimensions in enjoyment with ristretto, espresso, cafe au lait, cappuccino, latte macchiato and many other popular specialty beverages. Preparing them is a snap, because the innovative operating system couldn't be easier. The integrated cup illumination system puts the spotlight on every coffee you make. For the first time ever, you can adjust not only the height of the coffee spout, but also the width, which means it will fit just about any standard cup and that guarantees a perfect result every time. The Connector System enables you to use the frothXpress system (part of the standard equipment) to obtain a perfect milky foam or warm milk, a hot water nozzle for a smooth, even jet of water and the optional Dual Frother Plus. Ceramic-valve technology maximizes cream and optimizes steam output, and a high performance 15-bar pump combines with a fast-heating stainless-steel-lined Thermo block to deliver cup after cup of delicious coffee with no downtime. Compact unit has a larger, 73-ounce water reservoir and 9-ounce bean capacity with Electronic Bean Level Sensor, than similarly sized makers, and a user-friendly rotary dial that's simple to program.


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As others have said, the setup is simple.
J. More
So, in order of tastiness: Perfect Espresso, Great Latte, Good Coffee.
Perfectance
Would definitely recommend getting one to all coffee lovers!
anna

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56 of 56 people found the following review helpful By M. Schenkman on April 10, 2011
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Due to the high price I checked many reviews on many sites and most brands had specific problems or limitations. The Jura was consistently rated highly with few problems. When spending $1500+ I didn't want a machine that was going to break down after a few months. I have now had this machine for about 6 months and have had no problems except a minor one explained below.

First the good

Very easy set up. I was up and going in about 30 minutes after opening the box and making sure all the parts and pieces were included.

The machine is pretty idiot proof. It tells you when to add water, when to add coffee beans, when to run the cleaning cycle, when to decalcify, and when to dispose the used grounds. The burr grinder is fairly quiet and has run without clogging. You do have to be careful not to use beans that are too oily but if they are all you have to do is let them sit for about 5 hours before using. The water capacity is very adequate at 70 oz. The bean hopper holds about 1/4 lb of beans so you don't have to keep adding. There is no way to empty beans to add a different type, however there is a place for ground beans if someone want a different type. I like that you can change the height of the two nozzles for different height mugs and being able to separate the nozzles for brewing two cups at the same time. Cleaning is a snap. Just slide out the empty grounds tray, rinse and replace.

I like that you customize each button on the face of the machine (see below) and you can easily override how much coffee or water you use for a single use without losing the programmed amount.

Finally customer service, something important for such an expensive machine.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. More on July 18, 2013
We had a Gaggia for about 5 years that made good coffee but was loud, really loud, so we decided that the next machine had to be quiet and make great coffee. We have now had the Jura J6 for 7 months and just love the machine; it is super-quiet and makes outstanding coffee (on the same level as what you get at a good coffee house).

We did not buy the machine in Amazon because they did not have the option to buy a refurbished machine, so we went elsewhere. The refurbished machine is about $1,000, a significant savings. The only difference is that you get a 1-year guarantee from Jura. I recommend this option.

As others have said, the setup is simple. Contrary to what others have said, I did not find the top buttons confusing. You do have to read the manual.

Cleaning the machine is also easy. We have been cleaning the machine after every 180 coffees or so, and descaling after about 280 coffees. The cleaning cycle requires a special tablet (about $2), while the descale operation requires 3 rectangular tables (about $5). For two of us, this is about $24 for cleaning and $30 for descaling per year.

Making cappuccinos is easy and fast. The J6 has a double boiler so count on 30 seconds before the machine is ready for making cappuccinos. I have been using the dual-frother for heating the milk and making the foam. I did not find any advantage to using the so-called frothxpress attachment. The manual suggests that you clean the dual-frother with the Jura cleaning fluid but I have not bothered with this. I dismantle the dual-frother and soak it in warm water for 5 minutes or so.

Oily beans are not a problem. The manual states that oily beans should be left in an open bowl for about 5 hours (overnight) before using them.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Scott V on December 13, 2011
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We have gone through 3 grind-and-brew style coffee makers in the last 3 years. They all stopped functioning or started leaking.

Extensive research and $400 off the sticker price led me to the Jura Impressa J6.

Less than ten minutes out of the box, we were enjoying the finest cup of coffee produced in our house. In the two weeks since that first cup, we are marveling at how spectacularly better a cup of coffee is when properly brewed.

I had always thought if you kept your beans vacuum sealed up to the point of grinding, you were going to get the best cup of joe possible. Well, you can banish that thought forever. The J6 grinds the beans then tamps them right before brewing, and the flavor extraction is far beyond that of mortal brewers.

Two design features make this the perfect purchase. 1] You can fill both the water tank and the bean receptacle without having to move the machine from under the cabinets! All the other brewers were top-loaders. I had to pull the them out from under the cabinet, eyeball the water level, then push them back under the cabinet. The J6 has a detachable water tank on the side that lifts about a half-inch and easily separates from the main body. Once filled, the tank's clever disappearing handle makes it a snap to replace. A full tank lasts two or three days for us. 2] The start/stop and program buttons are super-simple to use. One session with the owners manual and you will be customizing your coffee, latte and cappuccino's to perfection.

Obviously I cannot address reliability issues. We have a whole-house water treatment system, and specific drinking water spigots at our kitchen sinks. I'm hoping these will contribute to the J6's longevity.
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