ROK Espresso Maker

Mar 10, 2016

Category: Gear

For many people (ourselves included), espresso is a really important part of the day. It’s what you wake up with in the morning, and what can keep you going in the afternoon. For most, however, espresso is limited to the cafe. The Espresso maker by Rok changes that.

Unlike other expensive and complicated espresso machines, this brew method doesn’t require any electricity or coffee pods – just hot water and ground coffee. The mechanism that makes this machine work is relatively simple; just grind up your espresso beans, throw them in the portafilter, fill the catch with water, and then lower the plunger using the two outer handles. Just like that, you have a cup of espresso. This machine comes with a milk frother, a tin case, and is backed by a 10-year warrantee. Get yours for $160. [Purchase]

Rok Espresso Maker 1

Rok Espresso Maker 2

Rok Espresso Maker 3

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