JURA 15133 Automatic Bean to Cup Coffee Machine : Superb machine for a coffee-loving single person household

I received this from the seller in germany by the expected date. The packaging was damaged and despite it being originally well packed – one box inside the other with those inflated pillows to protect it and tape all round – i feared the worst when i opened it. I took photos of the tears and piercing and the punctured packaging pillows as evidence to send to the seller if the actual machine turned out to be damaged. The box inside appeared fine, and i quickly unpacked it and put it together according to the instructions. The preparation cycle started and then. I tried again and again but no joy. I consulted the handbook which suggested that the aroma cover was not fitted properly – to cut a long story short i went online to search for a picture of the aroma cover under replacement parts – there is a little tab which sticks down into the machine when the cover is in place. During a the bouncing around in transit this must have been broken off mine – i couldn’t find it in the box. I contacted the seller, expecting a long argument, but they couldn’t have been nicer or more helpful.

Just received my machine a couple of days ago. Decent size , without taking up too much space, mine is in the bedroom ready for action first thing in the morning. Have used an nesspresso machine over twenty years. This is quite a step up in taste and aroma. There is no comparison between capsule and freshly ground coffee , this machine is quite a revelation. It does not have a milk frother option which means less maintenance. I already have a separate one. The handbook instruction takes some understanding and is not very clear. I initially rang jura for some directions, they were very helpful. I already own a pure espresso machine,which i found too messy , never really found consistency in taste.

Bought this for my husband and he loves it so easy to use and it’s self cleaning.

Really like this machine, it produces tasty black coffee, in intelligent civilised sizesthough one drawback is i seem to be constantly filling up with water [it runs water through the system at turn on & turn off points admittedly it does warm your cup and ensures machine is rinsed and ready to go to produce pure coffee with no leftovers to spoil the tastejust wish the water reservoir was bigger also, their uk office is in east lancs – and so people very helpful.

I have tried a number of machines over a number of years. Started with gaggias and moved to capsule-based systems (lavazza, illy etc). This makes fantastic coffee and looks amazing. Also got the jura frother – they look sleek next to each other.

I currently have a z9 which i have had for 2. Purchased when a lot of the family drank coffee but now there is only me, i don’t use all the functions & its a big machine. So i investigated buying a smaller model. Looked at the delonghi etam 29. B for £399 but was very disappointed with the creama it didn’t produce. So i bit the bullet & ordered the a1. Yes, i am very, very pleased with itjust press the button & it produces a fabulous expresso or long black. It’s like buying a ford or a bmw, you get what you pay forhighly recommended.

Superb machine for a single person household who is looking for a great, straightforward bean-to-cup coffee makeri bought this to replace an old ‘all-singing, all-dancing’ jura impressa c7 which had given me many years of great service. Experience had taught that me i didn’t need all the extras (99% of the time i’m making espressos): so i decided to keep it simple. There’s general agreement amongst those with experience of both machines that this one makes a slightly better coffee than the c7: whether this is anything to do with jura’s claims that the ‘espresso brewing process has been perfected with a world first: p. . (pulse extraction process) technology’, i really don’t know. It was simple and straightforward to set up and within 20 minutes of it arriving, i was enjoying my first coffee. It probably helped that i was already familiar with jura’s general procedures (there’s much in common). There is, however, a significant ‘but’.This is a relatively small machine and hence water tank (capacity 1 litre), bean holder (maximum about 125g), grounds container and drip tray are modest in size. As a single user, i can usually get by with filling water tank, emptying grounds etc once a day: if there were more of you, you would probably need to do it more often and this might become tedious. Hence recommendation for single person household.

This unboxes well, the water tank is right at the back, and you can put the beans in just in front of that. Then just press the screen buttons, once for strength and once for size (three options), and the machine handles the rest, the coffee tastes great. You need to clear the grounds out periodically from the front (pull on the drip tray). However the machine is about the size of a bread maker, so dominates our surfaces and there’s no milk foaming option so you’ll have to do that separately.

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JURA 15133 Automatic Bean to Cup Coffee Machine, 1450 W, Piano Black

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  • Superb machine for a coffee-loving single person household
  • excellent
  • Stylish Coffee

JURA 15133 Automatic Bean to Cup Coffee Machine, 1450 W, Piano Black

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