Related Article: Here's What's New On The 2018 Rocket Espresso Mozzafiato
You've probably heard, via our instagram page, that Rocket has released it's newest espresso machines. Let's go over what's new, what's not and what's gone!
Basically, the Cellini is gone - donezo. It's been replaced by the incredibly fun-saying Mozzafiato. Like the Cellini, the Mozzafiato carries the simpler, boxier frame when compared to the rounded-out Giotto. Who wouldn't want something called a Mozzafiato in their kitchen?
The Evoluzione models have now become the Evoluzione R. New to these are PID replacing the pressure stat. Now, users can control boiler temperature with the touch of a button. All Rocket machines, minus the Appartamento, now contain PID.
Rocket has added adjustable feet allowing you to lower you machine by as much as an entire inch. It's unique two-level design allows users to simply remove the top level to instantly lower your machine. Ideal for those working with limited counter space.
As if their machines weren't beautiful enough, Rocket has taken it a step further. Replacing the plastic cup rack is an elegant stainless steel railing. This not only means better quality but an even further improved appearance sure to yield endless compliments.
All models now contain the patented "R" steam knobs. This has absolutely zero effect on the performance of the machine but it still looks pretty damn awesome.
PID has been added to the Evoluzione R series replacing the pressure stat. Now, you can control your boiler's internal temperature with the touch of a button.
The only change to the ever popular R58 is the addition of the height adjustable feet.
The only change to the R60V is the addition of the height adjustable feet.
No changes. The Appartamento does not contain height adjustable feet.