Jura - Impressa F50 Classic Automatic Coffee Center
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- Two programmable aroma levels each with three coffee strengths
- Conical steel burr grinder
- Professional-grade thermoblock system
- Integrated Clearyl Blue water filter
- Auto-on and auto-off setting
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Jura meets the demand for a back-to-basics automatic coffee center with the Jura Impressa F50 Classic. From crema coffee and classic espresso to cappuccino and latte macchiato, the Impressa F50 Classic produces a true bean-to-cup experience while offering the ultimate ease-of-use. Featuring an intuitive rotary selector and plain text display, the Impressa F50 Classic lets users brew perfect coffee beverages just the way they like them. Two programmable aroma levels, each with three coffee strengths, provide a variety of options to brew coffee to personal tastes. This automatic coffee Center grinds, tamps, brews, and self-cleans in less than one minute. Choose one or two cups by pressing one of two preparation buttons and the conical steel burr grinds kicks into action, freshly grinding whole coffee beans to the desired consistency. 15 bars of pressure push water through the professional-grade thermoblock system, creating the ideal environment for extracting a perfect coffee beverage. Integrated Clearyl Blue filter cartridge removes impurities from water and eliminates the need for decalcifying. Impressa F50 Classic features a removable 64-ounce water container, 8-ounce bean hopper and height adjustable coffee spout to accommodate larger cups. It is equipped with a milk frother for frothing or steaming milk and it also produces hot water for tea and more.
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EVERY SWITCH, THE STEAM KNOB ON THE RIGHT, THE LEFT ESPRESSO KNOB, BUTTON SWITCHES ON TOP ROW....IDENTICAL. THE STEAM DEVICE WITH HOSE ON RIGHT IDENTICAL!
The cup storage on top , exactly the same! Looks like the Jura badge top middle, except the other says Java.
The Java machine is out of a toy distributor in Cali. Its......$799.
WHATS UP! I WAS THINKIN OF BUYING THE JAVA.......WHICH CAN BE HAD ON ONE CHINA WEB SITE AS LOW AS $300. Must be gads of profit in these superautomatics, that break too often, and hard to get fixed at a reasonable price.
Gettin a little discouraged, sitting here with my just broken, Gaggia Titanium.