Whether it’s the first cup of the day or the pick me up in the afternoon, you need to make sure that each sip has the ultimate bold flavor paired with aromas that take you to Italy, or at least your local coffee shop. An automatic coffee machine is a big investment, but in the long run, pays for itself.
The Jura Z6 and the Jura Z8 are two examples of top-quality automatic coffee makers that do far more than brew a fresh cup. We are going to compare all their specifics such as design, coffee types, ease of use, and value for money. There will be a comparison chart, some pros and cons, and a final verdict on the best buy.
There are just a few things that the Jura Z6 vs Z8 have in common, and we will start with these features.
The comparison chart below gives us an overview of the Jura Z6 and the Jura Z8.
The Jura Z6 and the Jura Z8 have Jura’s conical Aroma G3 grinder for a fast and fine coffee grind.
The dual spouts on the Jura Z6 and the Jura Z8 mean you can brew one or two cups of certain coffees at the same time. These spouts can be adjusted to fit different-sized cups on the plate.
The Jura Z6 and the Jura Z8 have large water tanks that hold 81 ounces of water. They also have the same coffee bean containers that hold 9.9 ounces of your favorite beans. If you want to use ground coffee, there is a chute too.
Coffee machines are notoriously difficult to keep clean. The Jura Z6 and the Jura Z8 have integrated cleaning cycles with step-by-step instructions on the screens.
Considering the Jura Z6 and the Jura Z8 are in the same line, there are a surprising number of differences.
The coffee machines have a modern, sleek design that will suit any kitchen.
The coffee machine is chrome and measures 12.6 x 14.76 x 17.72 inches. It weighs 25.4 pounds.
The size is very similar at 12.6 x 14.96 x 17.71 inches and the stainless steel is also alike. The coffee machine weighs 29 pounds.
The Winner Is- The Jura Z8
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There are 13 specialties to prepare including coffees, espressos, and ristrettos in single and double brews. You can also make flat whites, macchiatos, latte macchiatos, and cappuccinos. It will make serve milk, create portions of milk foam, and hot water.
You can’t imagine such a range of drinks. With 21 options, you can make single and double ristrettos, espressos, coffee, lungo baristas, and café baristas. There are the same specialties as the Jura Z6 with the additional lungo barista, a jug of coffee, hot water for black tea, and hot water for green tea.
With the additional coffee options, one coffee machine has the ability to brew larger quantities.
You can brew 1oz, 2oz, 5oz, and 8oz coffees.
There is the option to brew coffee sizes from 1oz to a full jug.
The Winner Is- The Jura Z8
The display screens allow for a precise personalization of hot drinks.
The Jura Z6
On the front of the coffee machine, there is a TFT color display with controls on each side. You can select from 10 coffee strengths, 10 milk temperatures, 3 brewing temperatures, and 3 hot water temperatures.
The Jura Z8
The display is a color touchscreen. Again, you can choose from 10 coffee strengths, 3 brewing temperatures, and 3 hot water temperatures. Although there are only 3 milk temperatures, you can select different temperatures for the milk and the milk foam.
Much of the flavor and aroma of coffee comes from selecting the right coffee beans. But the technology of a coffee machine will help with the optimal extraction.
This was the first Jura coffee machine to have Pulse Extraction Process. This technology pulses hot water through the ground, optimizing extraction time and retaining the best aromas. Thermoblock technology heats only the water needed for the selected coffee and RFID is wireless communication between the coffee machine and the filters for automatic adjustment.
The only technology that is listed is the Pulse Extraction Process, however, this is hard to believe.
The Winner Is- The Jura Z6