ROK Presso Manual Espresso Maker

April 25, 2015 - Comment

Spotlighted by GQ magazine as one of the “Best Stuff of 2012,” the Presso ROK is an environmentally friendly manual espresso maker created with durable engine-grade metal guaranteed to last at least 10 years. Going above and beyond simple espresso, the innovative ROK comes with a stainless steel frothier to produce rich milk for lattes,

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Spotlighted by GQ magazine as one of the “Best Stuff of 2012,” the Presso ROK is an environmentally friendly manual espresso maker created with durable engine-grade metal guaranteed to last at least 10 years. Going above and beyond simple espresso, the innovative ROK comes with a stainless steel frothier to produce rich milk for lattes, cappuccinos and macchiato — all without using one bit of electricity. Created with traditionalists and espresso enthusiasts in mind, this London-designed espresso maker lets you exact complete control over brewing pressure using the two levers located on the sides of the ROK. Since this espresso maker brews with ground coffee, so you’re not limited by capsule and pod selection. The ROK comes packaged in a modern reusable storage tin, complete with accessories including a tamper/measuring spoon and detachable double-shot spout. Should any of the metal parts fail within a decade of your original purchase, Presso will replace the components gratis.

Product Features

  • Polished metal frame built to last
  • No electricity needed
  • Base has four rubber, slip-resistant legs to protect your countertop and prevent the espresso maker from sliding
  • Comes with 10-year warranty certificate
  • No Electricity Needed to Brew

Comments

Catherine T Freighley "Cat" says:

Nice espresso maker This review is for the ROK release with company-claimed improvements made to the original. I never owned the original PRESSO, so I offer no insight into the supposed improvements on this model, but you may find reviews of the machine there that are relevant. 

Alex says:

Great Espresso Maker, Would Buy Again I liked the idea of no pumps or electricity. Most of the cheap electric units have longevity issues. I use this twice a day and have not noticed any problems in the first month. I finally figured out the best tamp/grind combination and have been producing good quality espresso with a lot of crema. At first I wasn’t tamping enough and got lots of foaming but have finally achieved a dense crema from multiple types of beans. I would recommend buy a stronger metal tamp to get uniform pressure…

John says:

Excellent home machine for coffee nerds Length:: 1:54 Mins 

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