Moi, c’est Clara. J’ai 29 ans, et je suis testeuse de produits électroménagers pour un grand groupe français. A mon adolescence, je suis tombée littéralement amoureuse du café et je n'ai plus décroché depuis si bien que mes amies me surnomment "la caféinomane" ! Grâce à mon métier, j'ai la chance de pouvoir tester de nombreuses machines à café et toutes sortes de cafés. Mon amour pour le café n'a donc jamais été aussi fort ! Vous l'aurez compris, le café tient une place très importante dans ma vie. C’est donc tout naturellement que j’ai souhaité créer ce blog pour partager mon expérience et mon expertise avec les internautes !

I have had a Capresso 304 Espresso (steam pressure) Machine since January, 2007 making 2-3 cups each day, every day, without a flaw so I was confident in Capresso's ability to produce a good product. I had read that the "pump" espresso machines make a finer cup of espresso and this proved to be true with this Capresso Pump Machine. It took me awhile to figure out the proper grind of the coffee bean and the frothing took a little practice but for the most part, this machine is easy to use and makes a very good cup of cappuccino. There was a problem with the first 1050-watt machine that I received. It worked fine for three or four days but then the rocker switch that chooses output between cup or steam broke. It would not switch to steam. I contacted Amazon and they shipped a replacement immediately. I got it two days later. Fortunately I still had my pressure machine and was able to make my daily cappuccinos - I am addicted, you see. When the replacement arrived I tested it immediately and am completely satisfied with it. Except for having to repack the faulty machine and dropping it off at a UPS store, the transaction cost me nothing out of packet and was painless. I recommend this machine.

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I started with the Jura F9 and after 15,000 coffees I sent it in to Jura to have it refurbished. I ended up selling it on eBay and them purchased a Z5. The Z5 was much superior to the F9. I did have some problems in leaking issues. That seems to be a common complaint. I have had it now for 4 years and decided to upgrade again. I looked at the Z7 which is a current model. I also looked at the Z9 with the TFT screen. So after much thought I got the Z9. I am waiting on it as it is coming from back East. I got the 34 oz. cooler and a cup warmer. I may sell both, as I typically just do coffee and espresso and the occasional milk based drink. I realize the Z7 and Z9 are basically the same, just a different look. The units with double coffee grinders look good but might not fit under our counter. Also I just use 100% Kona and have no need for an additional coffee. Jura is really good about fixing units out of warranty. You just send it back (The cover postage both ways) and they will turn it around in about a week. For the Z5 it is $350 and they will repair anything that is not working. I do love the look of their machines.

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Well after much consideration, and after reading countless reviews, I purchased a J9 One Touch TFT. I've been using it now for going on 3 months, and so far it has performed perfectly. It makes the best tasting coffee, espresso, Latte's, and Cappuccino's I've had at home. And better than a lot of coffee places I've been to. So far I am super happy with my J9! The one thing that I've learned is to stay consistent with the maintenance, and to keep the frother unit clean. I use the Clearyl Blue water filter, and the company says that I don't need to descale since I'm using it, but I went ahead and did one recently anyway. I just want to keep it performing optimally.