Rancilio Rocky Coffee Grinder (doserless)
Location AvailabilityOnline: In Stock
Sydney: In Stock
Hobart: In Stock
Pickup from our showroom in Moonah, Tasmania. If your item is currently showing as 'No Stock' in Hobart, please allow 1-2 weeks for it to arrive from our Sydney Warehouse. We'll contact you when it's ready to collect. If you require your item more quickly, we recommend selecting a direct shipping option.
Pickup from our showroom in Frenchs Forest, NSW
You have to grind fresh to get that great tasting coffee at home and the Rancilio Rocky doserless burr grinder does a great job.
- Flat burrs, 50mm
- Power: 140 watts
- Burr speed: 1400rpm
- Hopper capacity: 300g
- Weight: 9kg
- Dimensions: 128w x 256d x 359h
- Stepped grind setting (50 settings)
- Colour: Black with brushed stainless steel
- Available also in the doser model (we recommend the doserless version for most people)
In store demonstration available on this model
Country of origin
|Hopper Size||250g - 500g|
|Burr Size||upto 50mm|
|Electric - Hand||Electric|
|Grinder Height||36cm - 43cm|
|Country of origin||Italy|
Not bad but unsure about clumpsBy: Peter Hill on 21 July 2017Looks great and does the job although I found it dished out a clumpy grind. I read online and people recommend giving it a whirl with a cocktail stick which I tried and it seems to deliver a better extraction on the shot. No problems really although would be great without clumps!
Great grinder for a good priceBy: Rob Mingis on 25 April 2017I am not a grinder aficionado, but am a coffee geek and engineer. I bought this grinder to replace my Sunbeam conical burr grinder (EM0480) and the improvement the Rocky has made to my coffee (when paired with a Rancilio Miss Silvia) is incredible. A few of good points are below, using the EM0480 as a comparison: - Much quieter than the EM0480, you can grind and carry on a conversation. - The grind can be finer than the EM0480 without plugging up the portafilter basket - The extraction is great, best improvement to my coffee so far - Great machine and affordable at the lower end of the 'professional' spectrum (ie not the lower mass marketed consumer levels) Some in this rage are up to ~$2k - Easier to clean - Looks great and is very rugged but that means it's heavy. Not an issue if you don't take it hiking. I suppose the last point is that this store had it at the best price I could find, even on the net. I'm a happy camper.