Jura 13332 Impressa J5 Automatic Coffee and Espresso Center, Matte Black
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|Voice command||Dial, Buttons|
|Item Weight||24 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||16.5 x 22.75 x 20 inches|
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- Automatic coffee and espresso center with 18-bar pump
- 1450-watt thermoblock heating system; 2-step pre-infusion cycle
- 6 beverage buttons; 11 programming options; LCD display
- Removable water tank; 6-setting conical burr grinder; 2 frother systems
- Measures 16-1/2 by 11 by 13-1/4 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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|Color||Black||Piano Black||Silver||Micro Black||Stainless Steel|
|Item Dimensions||16.50 x 22.75 x 20.00 inches||20.00 x 12.20 x 16.10 inches||11.00 x 15.30 x 14.40 inches||9.06 x 17.52 x 12.72 inches||14.70 x 14.50 x 17.60 inches|
Equipped with an 18-bar pump and 1450-watt stainless-steel-lined thermoblock heating system, this automatic coffee and espresso center can produce cup after cup of coffee with no down time in between. The machine's unique two-step pre-infusion cycle ensures every brew delivers optimal flavor extraction and a creamy crema layer. In the first stage, freshly ground coffee gets compressed, then injected with a small burst of hot water, causing the moist grounds to expand. In the second stage, brewing water courses through the engorged coffee grounds.
This user-friendly appliance combines not only powerful performance, but also a simple, elegant design with easy-to-use controls. Its front panel offers six buttons in the shape of a ring: two buttons for espresso (single and double), two for coffee (single and double), one for hot water, and one for steam. All of these functions are individually programmable. For example, the strength, temperature, and size of each of the coffee buttons can be set, as can the amount of water delivered in a hot water cycle, and the amount of time a steam cycle lasts. The 10-digit alpha-numeric LCD display clearly communicates all functions and settings in any one of five languages. The top of the unit provides three more controls: two buttons (one for power, the other for maintenance) and an illuminated rotary control dial for overriding any settings for coffee and steam. Choose from 11 programming options by pushing the integrated rotary button.
The coffee and espresso center also showcases several other innovative features. Its new ceramic-valve technology shortens the flow of coffee, resulting in a hotter temperature and more crema in the cup. The machine's three hot-water temperature settings produce a hotter Cafe Americano, pre-warm coffee cups faster, and accommodate a larger variety of tea preparation. It also provides a dual, butterfly, coffee-spout design that moves up/down and in/out to accommodate a larger range of cups.
Other highlights include a commercial-grade, solid-steel conical burr grinder with six fineness settings and low-noise operation; a 9-ounce bean container with aroma cover and low-level bean indicator; a self-adjusting brewing chamber, which holds from 5 to 16 grams of ground coffee to make up to two 8-ounce cups of coffee at a time; a sensor-activated pre-ground coffee funnel; a clock/timer with programmable auto-on and auto-off capabilities; and a 71-ounce removable water container with a Clearyl water-filtration system and low-water indicator. Even more, the machine provides two interchangeable frother systems, which include a Dual Frother Plus for manual operation and a frothXpress for automatic frothing and steaming. A concealed compartment neatly stores the measuring scoop and the Dual Frother Plus attachment. The coffee and espresso center measures 16-1/2 by 11 by 13-1/4 inches and carries a one-year limited warranty.
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- It makes really hot beverages
- Two types of frothing method: 1. Traditional way; 2. FrothXpress way
- Programmable everything (e.g. water temp, strength of coffee, amount of water..etc)
- Self-rinsing before startup and before shutdown.
- Cheap Plastic Shell (Especially for a machine costing $1800!!)
- Extracting the espresso too fast. (But this is with all Super-autos)
- Does not have a traditional steam wand. (the wand came with it is not really a traditional one you find with other machines)
- Cleaning the wand properly after use. (You really have to soak it and make sure the little holes on the wand are clean. Or else it will not steam properly)
I think maybe because now I am a bit more experienced in making espresso and understand the details that goes into it that I find I am looking for more in a machine. Yes, this is a very good machine that produces good coffee/espresso. But now I am wanting to go a step higher and get a "God" shot of espresso. The J5 (actually all super-autos) will not give you that.
What this machine will give you is convenience. The shots are hot and are good. It will give you good froth but not the true micro-foams you find in traditional semi-auto machines. I still love the machine and feel that the espresso it produces is better than 80% of the retail coffee shops.
I would recommend this machine to people who are into coffee/espresso and knows at least that good espresso does not need to taste bitter. This machine will satisfy probably 90% of the coffee drinkers out there. For the other 10%, the coffee snobs, this machine probably will not do. It does not produce "tiger stripes" shots (at least I am not able to do it). You can not control tamping. The steam wand is not traditional and in my opinion not that powerful. Does this mean I am a coffee snob?!?
But really, I can not complain too much it is still a wonderful machine. I am starting to contemplate more of a prosumer type of espresso machine. One that is semi-automatic and you really need the end user's experience/input to produce that "god" shot (e.g. Tiger Stripes crema). Well, I will use this until it dies. Then I will go the next step....
We love the coffee and lattes it makes but there is one very annoying and potentially dangerous issue.
The frothing tip on the machine flies off intermittently and sprays hot milk on us and all
over the cabinets and floor. We make a point of blowing steam through the tip for about 30 seconds
after we make each latte to make certain no milk remains in it to clog it and we also clean the
tip in solution as directed -but the problem continues. We had this issue on other Jura-Capresso
machines as well so we don't understand why they don't have screw on tips to easily solve this problem.
Making lattes has become a stressful event!
What a great Swiss invention. Completely programable and infinitely adjustable for coffee fanatics. Simple enough for the rest of us.