8.4, Based on 71 Reviews
Semi Commercial Flat Burr Grinder with Doser
Metal / Black, White / Black, Red / Black
Grinder, Burr, Prosumer
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A prosumer level espresso grinder that has been on the market since 1991. Grinder has seen changes cosmetically since introduction, now featuring steel side panels. Features professional burrs and motor inside. At $380 (Feb '09) the price is on the high side.
Bottom Line: Beautiful, simplistic design. Consistent Grind.
Bottom Line: Excellent lifetime purchase. Have the doser? See Detailed Commentary on simple way to keep it swept clean!
Bottom Line: For a first or only grinder it will do it all for years faily well
Michael Owen (quality: 1.0)
Bottom Line: A grinder with plenty of power and grind settings.
Henry Townsend (quality: 1.8)
Bottom Line: Makes good coffee, but the machine broke down too quickly and it is taking far too long to get repaired.
Colin Newell (quality: 2.5)
Bottom Line: Adds quality and integrity to any pump driven espresso machine
Stuart Hargreaves (quality: 3.0)
Bottom Line: Excellent grind quality, quiet and solid. I wish it came in stainless steel.
Steve Beaudin (quality: 3.0)
Bottom Line: Pour 350$ Cdn, vous ne pourrez trouver mieux
Todd Krieger (quality: 3.5)
Bottom Line: Although not mechanically ideal, can produce superior drip coffee.
Alan Wolkower (quality: 3.7)
Bottom Line: essential to make any real pump expresso machine give good results
Scott Glass (quality: 4.0)
Bottom Line: If your serous about your coffee, buy it, I dont think you will be disappointed. I would like to add that buying high quality products that last for years do not contribute to our growing waste problem.
Andre Preoteasa (quality: 4.0)
Bottom Line: Drop another $100 on a Mazzer and forget the Rocky if you're serious about espresso.
Galpi (quality: 4.0)
Bottom Line: Good grinder, fragile construction
Becky Grimsrud (quality: 4.3)
Bottom Line: Good grinder for the price, but do yourself a favour and go for top-of-the-line.
Scott Smith (quality: 4.3)
Bottom Line: An excellent grinder if you buy the doserless unit.
Richard Wolfson (quality: 4.4)
Bottom Line: As advertised -- get over your fears of spending real money for a grinder and pull the trigger. Go doserless. You won't be sorry.
Ed Lamoreaux (quality: 4.5)
Bottom Line: BEST unit for the price, despite design problem!
Chris Schaefer (quality: 4.5)
Bottom Line: great machine for the money
Christopher Cerrudo (quality: 4.7)
Bottom Line: Solid Machine that you'll be very happy with!
Mike Wright (quality: 4.8)
Bottom Line: It's the only burr grinder I've used, but it's hard to imagine anything better.
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