Jura Capresso GIGA 5 – The best Super Automatic Espresso Machine on the Planet – Reviewboard Magazine

Featured Articles

Jura Capresso GIGA 5 – The best Super Automatic Espresso Machine on the Planet

Jura Capresso GIGA 5 – The best Super Automatic Espresso Machine on the Planet

If the Jura Capresso J9 and the Jura Capresso Z7 had a baby, this is what it would grow up and look like.  It is without a doubt perfection incarnate. The Jura Capresso GIGA 5 is now the standard in which all else is weighed, measured and found wanting.  Like all titans, things that destroy their competition… it does not come cheap.  Why would it though?  This is a complex machine, and not for the light of heart.  This is a machine that screams affluence, taste… It is for the coffee prosumers, people that spend time to find the perfect coffee bean, make sure it is roasted fresh, or roast their own.

Let’s go over some of the features shall we?  To begin with it has two incredibly quiet ceramic disc grinders underneath two separate bean hoppers.  Finally you can have a hopper for a robust early morning blitz of caffeinated wonderment, and in the other bean hopper a decaf, or something a little less buzzy in the evening.

Details of the Jura Giga 5:

  • Fastest and quietest Jura Automatic Coffee Center.
  • Color TFT display with rotary selection and easy to identify drink selection buttons.
  • 2 Professional grade electronically adjustable ceramic burr grinders
  • Two 9 oz. bean hoppers with aroma preservation seal.
  • You choose which beans to use or choose a mix, Half regular Half decaf, No problem.
  • High performance pump rated to produce 15 bars of pressure.
  • Dual HEIGHT-ADJUSTABLE SPOUT – The height-adjustable spout accommodates a variety of cup sizes
  • 18 individually programmable specialty coffees. Choose from 5 strengths ( 5 to 16 grams) and 3 brewing temperatures.
  • Integrated rinsing, cleaning and descaling program.
  • Electronic ventilation system expels warm air and draws fresh air in.
  • Clearyl water filtration system eliminates chlorine taste and the need to decalcify.
  • Dual stainless steel thermoblock heating systems with intelligent pre-heating feature which ensures each cup is the perfect temperature.
  • Automatic ground coffee funnel let you use ground coffee instead of beans.
  • Auto-shutoff, Zero Energy Button and Energy Save Standby Mode make saving electricity easy.
  • 87 oz. removable water tank.
  • 20 oz. thermal milk container
  • 1250 Watts, 120 Volts
  • 39.3 Pounds – 16.3″ high x 12.6″ wide x 19.6″ deep
  • 2 year warranty

The rest of the Jura Capresso GIGA 5 is what we have become accustomed to with Jura Capresso.  The best design, sleek and sharply appointed stainless and black look with an uncompromising attention to the things that make each and every cup perfect.  We have nominated the Jura Capresso GIGA 5 for a Best Innovation, and Editor’s Choice Award.

If you are looking to pick on up check it out over at 1stincoffee.com, they are one of the few places that actually have them, and as usual 1stincoffee is giving away a lot of great stuff with the purchase of the Jura Capresso GIGA 5 (Free case of Illy Coffee, Free Jura Cup Warmer, and a Free Jura Cool Control Milk Cooler) – Not to mention free shipping.


Featured Articles

More in Featured Articles

Jura z6 Coffee Center

Jura Z6 Review – The Best Coffee Machine In The World

Reviewboard MagazineJune 16, 2017
Fusion3 Design F400 Industrial 3D Printer

Fusion3 F400 Industrial 3D Printer Review

Reviewboard MagazineFebruary 2, 2017
Etymotic Research Music Pro Earplug Review

Etymotic Research Music Pro Adaptive Earplug Review

Reviewboard MagazineJanuary 26, 2017
Two Fools Fatboy Belt

Two Fools Fatboy Belt Review

Reviewboard MagazineJanuary 24, 2017

Plated.com – Food Service Review

Reviewboard MagazineDecember 28, 2015

Allurez 14k White Gold Black and White Diamond Mens Wedding Band UB630 Review

Reviewboard MagazineAugust 14, 2015

Dyson AM06 Air Multiplier Desk Fan Review

Reviewboard MagazineJuly 7, 2015

D-Link DCS-935L HD Wi-Fi Camera Review

Robert EnglandJuly 6, 2015
Connect To Facebook