Jura F9 TFT Automatic Coffee Machine

The Jura F9 is, like all automatic coffee machines, a bean to cup fresh milk machine. The F9 is designed for small to medium sized offices of up to about 25 people and is identical to the Jura F8 but features full one-touch technology. Its small size means it enables one to make a great cup of coffee at a very reasonable price, as coffee machine prices increase exponentially with increasing machine size.

The Jura F9 can make 8 coffee specialities including espresso, latte, cappuccino, americano (black coffee), ristretto, special coffee, milk foam and macchiato.

Coffee Beans
Suitable for Offices

5-30
Purchase Price

R16,300

Rental Price

From

FREE

Only Pay For Your Coffee

R5.63 / Cup

(minimum usage required)

You can Make
Espresso
Cappuccino
Latté
Black Coffee
White Coffee
Frothed Milk
Tea
Hot Water

Jura F9 Review

Unfortunately no machine is perfect – we wish they were. Below we list the pros and cons of the F9. To read our full review of the F9 please click the link here: Jura Impressa F9 Full Review

Jura F9 Pros

  • Milk Froth Quality – The froth on all Jura Automatic machines from mid 2014 utilises the new fine foam frothing technology, which means that the milk froth for cappuccinos and lattes comes out thick and creamy. This is still one feature which separates Jura machines from most other entry level automatic machines on the market today.
  • Coffee and Espresso Extraction – The famous Jura grinder and brewing unit technology means the extraction on all “black coffee” drinks is still a level ahead of other bean to cup options. The need for constant cleaning of coffee machines makes many of them somewhat of a nuisance.
  • No Removable Brewing Unit – Jura is still the only brand which doesn’t have a removable brewing unit which means everything can still be cleaned at the touch of a button
  • One Touch Functionality – The F9 features full one touch technology meaning every drink can be made at the touch of a button.

Jura F9 Cons

  • High Price for One Touch – The F8 is a “two-touch” cappuccino machine and retails for R12900 Ex. VAT. The F9 is around 20% more expensive with the only difference being full one touch technology. The are environments and circumstances which demand a fully one touch machine, however if you can avoid it, you might be better off with the F8 instead.
  • Noise – The F9 does have a few features to eliminate noise as much as possible however when grinding beans there is still some latent noise which can be heard.
  • Water Tank Size – The F9 has a 1.9 litre water tank which can make around 15 cups between fills (cappuccinos). The machine is ready to go immediately once the tank is refilled however it still does need to be refilled.

Jura F9 Video Review & Demonstration