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  1. Hey guys, I've had my Rocket since may of this year, and back flushed with puly caff once, and noticed my lever started to squeak and become a bit stiff. I saw a video on youtube that you need to change gaskets inside the lever and just wondering where can i pick them up?? 1st place i checked was bella barista, but no luck there. Plus i want to change group head gasket as well. Question is, where can i get them both ?? Thank you.
  2. Hi everyone, my R58 is coming up for some descaling. Would any kind soul like to talk me through the process and recommend the product I should use? I have so far just used tap water, but think I'll revert to volvic which seems to be the mineral water of choice, so as to minimise having to do the descaling process! As always, thanks for any advice offered.
  3. hello I'm a new member and looking for some guidance iv got a 200pounds gift voucher for bb and just over 2000 quid in the bank to treat myself to a machine and grinder. my initial thoughts are a rocket r58 paired with a fausto. Sorry about my spelling and grammar I'm dyslexic. Iv been researching for along time and that's the reason my budget just keeps getting bigger and bigger. I'm going to bb on Monday I was just wondering what or if I can do better with my current budget or what other members would do with 2200 quid. I will be making around 6 to 8 shots a day so its just for home use. should I hang on a few mouths and save for a pressure profiling machine thanks david
  4. Well after carefull deliberation i decided to........................Wait and save up a bit more increase the budget a bit and get a Londinum 1 that was until i showed the wife the pics and video i seem to recall the words ''I'm not having that in my bL***y house'' ringing around my ears the lever does not appear to fit with the ''Retro cool and expensive'' apperance of the house so i am told anyway so thats that idea well and truly out of the window, however she loves the look of the Rocket and the similar looking ECM and others. So since im saving up a bit more i fancy either the The Rocket Cellini Evoluzione or the R58 but which one? i do make lots of lattes for her indoors i like Cappucino's, Espresso's etc,The evo appeals at the moment for its quiteness of the roatary pump and it can at a later stage be plumed in. Or any other suggestions would be taken into consideration but no commerial three groups or anything else silly please, i have also had a quick look at the Fracino little gem electronic but she dosnt like that either. As always any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
  5. I could do with some advice. I'm looking to upgrade this year from my Piccino. I was wondering what the main differences are between the Expobar Office Leva Dual Boiler Coffee Machine & PID and the Rocket R58, which costs around £600 more. Another option was the cherub, Its just a shame theres no PID on these yet
  6. I am considering a one off /last time upgrade,funds and space permitting.I have already posted and received lots of useful information on a suitable grinder and possibly hope to pick one up after the grind off. The machines I am considering are listed above. I have not seen these in the flesh but done lots of reading. I will visit B /B to view them at first hand and speak to Claudette. Can I please have views/ pros /cons / suggestions /likes/ dislikes or any other information to assist my choice. Others can be suggested but I do prefer straight sides no artistic shapes sexy or not.
  7. I am fairly new to my rocket r58, but now I've got used to using it I'm starting to want to play around with a few settings on it, one being the manual pre infusion. A friend has an expobar leva and the pre infusion is activated by lifting the lever half way up. This doesn't appear to work on the rocket. Also is there such a thing as a manual pre infusion on the e61 group head?
  8. Hi all, Posted about this before and it turned out that some overly casual filling of the water tank was the culprit that time. However I've had the back and sides off and there is no sign of water on the base of the machine or anywhere else that it shouldn't be, as best as I can see anyway. Wondering if anybody has experienced this sort of issue with an R58 to see if it's a simple part fix or something I can do before I go to the hassle of trying to find somebody to take a proper look at it. It seems to trip a couple of minutes after I turn it on, possibly when the boilers kick in? It's worth noting that it doesn't always happen but it is happening more often than not at the moment, leading me to believe it's a part failing or lose wire somewhere. Many thanks, Ben
  9. So the time has come to sell my Rocket R58 dual boiler espresso machine, I've owned now for a few years and am selling due to upgrade to a La Marzocco GS3 MP. Machine is in excellent fully working condition with very minor cup marks on the drip tray (I always weigh my shots so these are probably from the scales), it has only been used approximately for one shot a day for about 4 years using only BWT filtered water. I have regularly back flushed the machine and recently stripped down the group head and re-gressed interfacing moving parts of the e61 group head using Molykote 111. The only issue I have had with the machine during ownership was the temperature probe failing, this was replaced with a genuine Rocket part purchased from Bella Barista, I initially thought it was one of the solid state relays failing which is wasn't so have one of these as a spare item. I have all the original packaging and instructions. I am looking for £1300. Im from South Somerset and would prefer buyer to collect, I can also demonstrate the full working order and condition of the machine. Any Questions feel free to ask.
  10. Hi there, having missed out a rocket r58 I am now looking for a similar DB machine. I currently have a micro casa which is great but my partner struggles with it and with so many variables I am struggling to pull consistent shots! (I'm completely new to home coffee brewing) We mainly drink milk based drinks with the odd shot after meals and on busy mornings so I've set my sights on a decent CB machine, preferably one with the option to plumb it into the mains but a reservoir is a must. After some reading on the matter my preference would be the profitec followed by the r58 - I'd also consider a brewtus IV with both reservoir and plumb in option. Please let me know if you are thinking about selling one Many thanks.
  11. Guy's thought I would throw my hand in on this forum and show off my setup (after all you lot are the only ones who'll appreciate it). Have a Rocket R58, with Eureka grinder (on a chrome drawer knock box, Rocket tamper and tamp station. I use a Hario VST scale with built in timer which is very useful and makes up for the delay with the scale, which is a pain. Use The Roasting Party 'The Party' espresso beans which are exceptional along with Nude Coffee 'East blend' beans and Monmouth 'organic' espresso beans, which I get fantastic results with. Overall I love the build quality and aesthetics of the R58, it's not perfect but pulls a great shot and I find the Eureka grinder very good (for the price) once you get a hang of the very sensitive grind setting along with all the other overpriced 'Rocket' branded parofinalia! What do you guys think, comments, advice, haters bring it on.
  12. t-c

    At that Point.

    I've finally managed to get to a financial position to afford the Rocket R58 -which it seems the two stores I was looking at have frustratingly run out so another wait... I've decided to buy the K8 grinder. So you guy have the experience I don't have, is a good set up (when it arrives?) Thanks.
  13. The review below is a summary of my thoughts and not intended to be a full in-depth analysis of each machine Today I had the pleasure of spending a delightful 4 hours at Bella Barista, hosted by Claudette and her team. The aim was to evaluate the R58 vs Alex Duetto Mk IV (aka new Alex Duetto III in the US) side-by-side and walk away with the winner. I had previously narrowed my search to replace my home machine to either of these dual boiler espresso machines. click to enlarge Also on the bench was the ECM Heidelberg espresso machine (HX), which I used to dial in the grinder (the Eureka Mignon) and pull reference shots on, for a coffee that I was familiar with. This machine was so forgiving and produced not only lovely espresso but some of the best milk I have steamed in a long time - a glossy paint finish which was perfect for latte art. I would have happily parted with £1099 if I was in the market for this type of machine. Of the 3 machines this had the best drip tray too, shallow and wide, with plenty of cup clearance and ample room to move cups around. I initially pulled shots using the stock basket before switching to a 20g VST basket for the evaluation of the R58 and Alex Duetto Mk IV. The same coffee, grinder, basket, portafilter, tamper and milk was used for all tests. The Rocket R58 was up next. The first shot ran a little too fast, so a tweak to the grind was required, and the next shot was sublime. Easily one of the cleanest espresso's I had tasted this year. You could pick out the individual flavours and the aroma was more intense than on the ECM. With a rotary pump the Rocket R58 was also quieter than the ECM. There was no 'whine' as reported on earlier models and the pressure was pretty steady - no flickering of the manometer needles at all. Both the Rocket R58 and the Alex Duetto Mk IV were set to the same service boiler temperature and held steady at 93c throughout the evaluation period. Changing the settings using the external controls on the R58 was easy and the interface is fairly intuitive, but I wasn't a fan of the coiled cable connecting the control box to the chassis, cluttering up the workspace. If you intend to 'set and forget' then this is not an issue. The Rocket R58 is a real looker and wins the beauty contest - but I wasn't judging beauty so tested the steam capability to see what I could achieve. Better than expected is how I would describe the steaming on the R58. Noticeably more powerful than the ECM the steam through the standard 2 hole steam tip was consistent and handled different volumes of milk with ease. My second jug was the best from this session. I would have liked to spend more time adjusting steam boiler pressure to see how the different increments affect the milk. This however would be best achieved when I could focus on the one machine. The shots and milk I enjoyed would have justified the £600 price difference between these machines. After spending 20 minutes on the machine, tweaks and changes to the grind produced some lovely looking (and tasting) espressos and my wife was starting to feel the effects of the coffee. We took a quick break and Claudette roasted some Tanzanian coffee on the Gene Café roaster. I was genuinely surprised at how little smoke there was. My wife was showing a lot of interest in the Gene Café roaster as well, which is encouraging! Although for the time being I'm quite happy to let the experts roast and discover the fruits of their labour. After a pint of water later and a quick tour of the Towability factory next door it was time to evaluate the Alex Duetto Mk IV. I pulled a shot on the R58 then tried to replicate on the Duetto. A minor tweak to the grind was required (again a fraction finer) and the resulting shot was excellent - with more crema and viscosity than on the R58. I had to check this was no fluke and pulled several more in quick succession - each tasting the same - rich and silky smooth. I could have had another but needed to evaluate the steaming capability so set about preparing my milk jug. The Alex Duetto Mk IV steam is very dry. Plenty of power behind it and that's with the no-burn steam arm insert still in. I have been told by a couple of owners that I spoke to earlier this month that one of the first mods to make after getting to grips with the machine is to remove the tube - giving you even more steam power. However, putting aside those thoughts I gave the steaming a shot. I hadn't expected such power and too many bubbles were created. Starting afresh I adjusted the angle and depth and turned the steam knob. Not as easy as the R58 but I'm glad that no 'radiator tap' retrofits have been made as some distributors in the US have done. This jug was pretty good and I could see what to do to make the next one even better. Several small adjustments later (this biggest change to me was steaming on the left instead of on the right like I'm used to) and I could produce lovely milk time after time. I still have a way to go but already notice an improvement on my previous technique. So, the Alex Duetto Mk IV was producing nicer espresso than the R58 and milk every bit as nice as the ECM. Although I think the R58 has the edge in milk steaming (that is until I remove the no burn steam arm and evaluate again) The R58 won on looks and had better cup clearance than the Duetto. However removal of the drip tray was not as smooth on the R58 compared to the Duetto (which also holds more water / liquid). The rotary pump on the Alex Duetto Mk IV was even quieter than the R58. I hadn't anticipated the difference would be so tangible. By this stage I had written out the cheque in my mind, and nearing the edge of my caffeine tolerance levels (I think I pushed them a little today) decided upon the Alex Duetto Mk IV as my new home espresso machine. After informing Claudette of my decision all that remained was to choose the box from the stock room and get the machine bench tested. The bench testing process was very thorough and Bella Barista's techie Jordan ran me through the PID settings and set the defaults based on testing undertaken by their reviewer. The factory defaults are also provided for future reference. After the great service provided of loading the machine into the car, carrying an awkwardly shaped 44kg+ box containing the machine and accessories up 3 flights of stairs by yourself isn't fun. But after mounting the feet and warming up the machine, pulling a shot was the best reward.
  14. RichardHD

    Hi

    Hi there. I have been lurking on and off for a couple of years, but thought I should introduce myself. Until recently, I was using a Gaggia Classic, with Silvia wand, PID, OPV at 9 bar, bottomless portafilter etc, and learned to pull a decent shot on it. A couple of weeks ago, I finally took the plunge, and upgraded to a Rocket R58 from Bella Barista, which I'm really enjoying. I'm planning to get it plumbed in, not least because of the hassle of moving it to refill the reservoir and the risk of running out of water mid-shot. I'm still using the Malkonig Vario I bought a few years ago, but I may upgrade that at some point, when my bank balance has recovered. I read about the new Niche grinder, which looked interesting, but I have an open mind.
  15. after revising my budget and little help from the good mrs I have now a lot better budget to play with. I didn't want to go the silva route and keep upgrading so am looking for a machine that I can have for many years and not need to upgrade again and again. my choices I have narrowed to: profitec 700 Vesuvius ambient ecm synchronika rocket r58 very interested in peoples view and opinions on each one and which is the better model, I think the ecm has the same internals as the profitec 700 just different case but I could be wrong. also am I under the right impression that dual boiler machines are the better to have? am not a black coffee drinker and the mrs loves frothy milk in her hot chocolate's (part of the reason she is contributing lol)
  16. Guy's thought I would throw my hand in on this forum and show off my setup (after all you lot are the only ones who'll appreciate it). Have a Rocket R58, with Eureka grinder (on a chrome drawer knock box, Rocket tamper and tamp station. I use a Hario VST scale with built in timer which is very useful and makes up for the delay with the scale, which is a pain. Use The Roasting Party 'The Party' espresso beans which are exceptional along with Nude Coffee 'East blend' beans and Monmouth 'organic' espresso beans, which I get fantastic results with - oh yeah and I only ever put volvic water in it! Overall I love the build quality and aesthetics of the R58, it's not perfect but pulls a great shot and I find the Eureka grinder very good (for the price) once you get a hang of the very sensitive grind setting along with all the other overpriced 'Rocket' branded parofinalia! What do you guys think, comments, advice, haters bring it on.
  17. Another one of those apples and pares compares threads, excuse me my foibles but keen to hear thoughts from others on it. Using a Mini Mazzer A with my R58, producing amazing espresso but I am finding that the machine over pressures the pour at the end of run such that I am vaguely tempted by the pressure profiling of the R60 but am I better placed to move to a higher end grinder instead? Drinking 4-6 double ristreto's a day, like it nice and tight with very fine mouse tails and am shopping around on beans at the moment, so it's happening across most varieties I have tried.
  18. As a first time poster but long term lurker on this forum I would like to say hello to everyone and a big thanks to all for the excellent information posted here. I am currently on the verge of an upgrade and am hoping for some help and direction with this. I currently have a Gaggia classic which I have owned for almost two years and have this coupled with a Pharos hand grinder and have gone from making shots that were only good for cleaning drains to ones that although not perfect are very drinkable. Over the last two years I have come to understand the shortfalls of the classic and the single boiler design and its lack of pid and am now in a position to purchase a more professional machine to continue my espresso journey. I currently drink approximately 2-3 coffees a day during the week and more over the weekend. I tend to start the day with an espresso but will switch to either a latte or cappuccino during the day so ideally am looking for a dual boiler design. I am also looking to upgrade my grinder and am looking for one which would be a suitable companion for the espresso machine I finally end up purchasing. I have a budget of around £2k to cover the cost of both items, I am ideally looking to remove the temptation to upgrade so want to go for the best bang for my buck straight away. The machines I am considering are the Expobar Leva DB, Rocket R58, Izzo Alex Duetto Mk IV and the Quick Mill Verona, all look very capable machines but does one of these stand out? I am prepared to go slightly over the £2K budget to get the best combination if it’s felt that it’s worth the additional cost. I look forward to reading peoples advice and guidance.
  19. Would anyone with a Rocket R58 tell me if the 41cm height is up to the cup warmer platform or is it 41cm to the top of the warmer rail?
  20. Has anyone tried Alchemy Coffee in London to supply the R58? If so, how was your experience and after sales?
  21. More expensive than the R58 and same price as Duetto when not on offer http://www.bellabarista.co.uk/brands/quick-mill/quick-mill-verona-dual-boiler-espresso-machine.html
  22. Hi All Been lurking for over 6 months and found all the conversations and advise to others excellent. Having got sick of Starbucks and then inconsistent shots from the coffee houses I decided to do it myself! We have no local decent coffee shops! So on Wednesday I took myself off to Bella Barista, 105 miles from home and 2h 30 minutes later, I'm greeted my Claudette and the information starts to flow. Following great reviews and recommendations here I was looking at the Expobar Dual Boiler and the Eureka Zenith 65e. I was going to opt for a cheaper setup but saw/read the messing about with single/hx machines and having to do cooling flushes etc. Having has something similar in the past and ditching it, I decided to go the whole hog! So what did I end up with... Not what I expected !! The Eureka stayed..... Though I'm half wishing I'd gone the mazzer route, time will tell but the Zenith does a great job and the missus loves the look. Machine I ended up with was the Rocket R58. In part cause I'd already short listed it and in reality cause the missus didn't like the look of the expobar. I loved both so it didn't matter too much to me. I know Bella Barista already have a great reputation here but I can first hand fully endorse all those great comments. Best thing I ever did was going to pick the machine in the 'flesh' and getting a little training to boot. Burrs seasoned with a bag of stale coffee provided, used this to try dial he grinder in a little. First shot pulled and if lucked a great shot.... Next 5 terrible and undrinkable.... Can't steam milk to save my life.... But I'm sticking with it and this morning with another batch of coffee and nice fresh milk and I got 3 nice double lattes for myself and family member :-). I now need more new stuff to go with it I think :-)
  23. Hi, I'm Howard and I've joined the forum in the last couple of days I've owned a few machines through the last ten or so years, starting with a Gaggia Baby Twin and pre-ground coffee, then a couple of years ago I moved onto a Rancilio Silvia E with a Eureka Mignon. Today I've taken delivery of a Rocket R58 and I'm blown away Thank you, Bella Barista, for another smooth and simple purchase! I buy my coffee at Guntons, a deli in Colchester. They do a great dark roast bean called Tiger Stripes which reminds me of my favourite coffee bars in the Varese/Milan area of Italy. I like espresso and macchiato styles and I make them with a naked portafilter and 18g VST basket. Looking forward to chatting with all of you and learning how to improve how I do things. I will also have a Rancilio Silvia E (2016 model) available for sale at an appropriate point. regards, H
  24. Hello all, I registered here a long time ago (which I had forgotten and got the surprise error message 'this email address is already in use' when trying to register today!) but I'm back now as I'm getting an ever more persistent itch to upgrade from my sturdy old La Pavoni Europiccola. I'm looking for something with more consistency and the ability to have more control. Ever since I got the La Pavoni I have always thought that one day I would upgrade to an E61 machine. Something like the Rocket R58. I just fell in love with the look and the build quality, and to me they have a lot of the qualities I like in the La Pavoni, as they are traditional and have a romance about them. However, I am an engineer, and it seems to me that the Sage Dual Boiler is better in almost every measurable way, it has way more features - with pre-infusion, wake up time, shot timers etc etc and its cheaper! So the engineering side of my brain is telling me to go for the Sage Dual Boiler, but the side of my brain which appreciates my little old La Pavoni every morning because of its character and all its immeasurable qualities is telling me to go for the R58. Any ideas what I should do?
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