Summary: We bought this coffee maker three years ago and the coffee tastes great and I like the espresso and regular cup features as well as the settings for the amount liquid extracted. Making java or tea is very easy and quick.
Summary: This is a factory reconditioned unit, and arrived with the spout loose. I called Jura Capresso and all i needed to do was describe the fault and give the serial number, and i had a replacement with me the next day.
Summary: We purchased this coffee machine after many long hours of research. At first it seemed wonderful, about a month into it the frothXpress stopped working like it should. Three months into it, we didn't realize at the time, it was leaking.
Summary: This is a wonderful machine. Every day I am grateful we invested in it. It works like a charm. We keep it clean and use it regularly. We did have a bit of a clog after using ground coffee (instead of using the brilliant internal burr grinder).
Summary: I bought the Impressa F7 for around $1200 about four years ago. I've had error messages and jamming for 3, even after they "repaired" it. For the last six months, it'll freeze up once a day, sometimes after I make one espresso, sometimes before I can make any. Now it doesn't work at all.
Summary: This machine is utterly fantastic, period. I have wasted through endless Cuisinart Grind & Brew machines to no avail and spent way too much on Starbucks. This literally makes the perfect cup of coffee or espresso. The milk frother creates perfect cream.
Summary: I have had 3 cappuccino makers prior to the Jura J5 and have always wanted to own the Impressa J5. Well, this year I went out and got one and, as far as I'm concerned, that was my biggest mistake.
Summary: I had a Capresso C1500 for about 6 years. It started leaking and making weak coffee. So, I got the J5 as an upgrade/replacement. I have now own the J5 for about 2 months. It is definitely an improvement over the C1500. Pros - It makes really hot beverages - Two types of frothing method: 1.