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Old 07-11-2011, 01:50 PM
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This wonderful grind and brew coffeemaker with an ingenious design is well worth the price. The days of measuring coffee for the perfect pot of coffee are long gone. The coffeemaker grinds just the right amount of beans for the amount of coffee desired. The coffee grinds in a separate chamber from the filter basket, so there is no mess to clean or waste coffee grinds. The price of such a coffeemaker is between $150 - $190 dollars, but for all the fancy options, the Jura-Capresso is well worth the price.

The consumer also gets to choose the texture of the coffee grinds. Course or fine grinds are available at the touch of a button. Strong or weak coffee is ready to serve in minutes. The quality of the coffee that this coffeemaker produces is like no other. Hot, full flavor coffee is ready in minutes. The conical burr grinder preserves the taste of the beans, so only exceptional, quality coffee is produced.

One minor issue with the coffeemaker is the extremely loud coffee grinder. The grinder is loud enough to wake someone who is sleeping. The grinding process goes on for nearly a minute if the machine is programmed to make a full pot of coffee. For the price of the coffeemaker some sort of noise insulator to reduce the notice should have been added. The sound so not enough to blow out an eardrum, but it is annoying. The coffeemaker is easy to use and safe for users. There are just a few easy steps to become a pro at using this machine.

Another minor issue is that the machine leaves a few coffee grounds remain in the machine after grinding. This is a problem when switching coffees if the consumer is not aware. The coffee is a mixture of two different types of coffee and the taste is altered. The other problem is that if consumers do not use the coffeemaker for a week or so the stale grinds mix with the new grinds and alter the taste of the coffee. These are both minor issues that can be resolved by washing the coffee chamber and using new coffee.

This coffeemaker is a wonderful long-term investment for frequent coffee drinkers. The digital functions and built in coffee grinder make this a great, must have coffeemaker. 3 easy control settings make as many cups of coffee as the consumer wants. The automatic shut off make the machine safe, and the stop drip function allows users to grab a quick cup while the pot is still brewing.
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