Written on: 29/01/2010 by csearle (1 review written)
I've had mine for over eight years. If you are any good at DIY then the Pros outweigh the Cons (see below).
I like the style.
It is compact and very easy to use.
The coffee always tastes good. It has lasted well (although this has come with some effort - see Cons below).
It usually impresses guests as its name suggests it might!
The whole thing can be carefully dismantled, fixed, and rebuilt with a little dexterity and a little tool to get the rear screws out. If you need help just ask… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/12/2007
I love getting great coffee first thing in the morning and this Jura delivers every time!… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/02/2007 by tcsr205 (21 reviews written)
I am very happy with the Jura F90. It cost £900 so I wouldn't want to be disappointed though! It makes excellent coffee very very easily. The touch screen is easy to use and you can very easily select the size and strength of the coffee you want..
The automatic milk frother (optional extra but seems to be bundled with the machine everywhere) is excellent. You drop a tube into a carton of milk, press a button and it sucks milk up the tube, froths it and shoots it straight into your cup… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/06/2006 by redpath (1 review written)
I would not buy this Jura F90 machine or even suggest to friends as I was put off from the boxie look which was an uphill climb to buying it. I am looking for an all steel machine with the concepts that Jura is trying to sell but are poorly executed.The thing is made of plastic all the way baby. It is a waste of money and the coffee was burned in cases. Also no easy way to know what errors reported in the nice digital display to fix them other than turning it off and back on… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/12/2005 by lizelliot (2 reviews written)
The Swiss made Jura F90 coffee & espresso machine is that rarity, a complex piece of kit that is beautifully simple to use. Its sleek silver and black lines look stylish without being obtrusive, and would fit in with most designs of kitchen. On one side is a reservoir, into which you put tap water. On the other side, a hopper for coffee beans. On top, a hatch for ground coffee, if you want to alternate between caffeinated and decaff. Press a button, out comes perfect coffee, with excellent… Read Full Review
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