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The starter Giotto coffee machine along with an awesome grinder.

Pack includes
- Rocket Giotto Espresso Machine 
- Mini Mazzer Black Grinder
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Pack content

  • Rocket Espresso GIOTTO EVOLUZIONE V2 Coffee Machine
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    1 x Rocket Espresso GIOTTO EVOLUZIONE V2 Espresso Machine

    The GIOTTO EVOLUZIONE V2 features include a full commercial rotary pump as opposed to a vibration pump and the use of commercial espresso machine pressure stats. Commercial brewing head. Weight 4.05 kg (9 lb) Dual pre-infusion system: mechanical pre-infusion system with progressively working piston and static pre-infusion chamber. 

    SAR 5,798.87 SAR 6,799.00 -14.71%
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  • 1 x Rocket Mazzer Mini Black Coffee Grinder

    Electronic grinder-doser with flat blades suitable for low consumption (decaf, single-origin coffee).Stepless micrometrical grinding adjustment.On-demand grinding with electronic dose adjustment.Single and double dose with independent adjustment.Digital display with shot counter.Mod. A: push button panel operating device.

    SAR 2,698.92 SAR 3,579.00 -24.59%
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Data sheet

Electricity 220V/1 phase
Frequency (Hz) 50, 60



Some people consider the domestic espresso machines built by Italian company ECM in the 1980's as legendary.

When we at Rocket Espresso purchased the rights to build those very machines, we certainly thought so. We then set about turning the legendary machines into the finest handmade espresso machines. Our machines had to be beautiful and made with meticulous care and attention to detail. More importantly the machines of Rocket Espresso had to be capable of producing the finest espresso.

Rocket Espresso, a partnership between New Zealanders Andrew Meo and Italian Daniele Berenbruch, whose father had been the inspiration behind those very first machines.