8.4, Based on 71 Reviews
Semi Commercial Flat Burr Grinder with Doser
Metal / Black, White / Black, Red / Black
Grinder, Burr, Prosumer
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A prosumer level espresso grinder that has been on the market since 1991. Grinder has seen changes cosmetically since introduction, now featuring steel side panels. Features professional burrs and motor inside. At $380 (Feb '09) the price is on the high side.
John Trefethen (quality: 7.3)
Bottom Line: Fantastic, Reliable, Dependable, Simple to Opperate.
Bottom Line: Beautiful, simplistic design. Consistent Grind.
Joseph Levitt (quality: 7.0)
Bottom Line: Put your "Jolly" up for sale on ebay and get yourself a fantastic, commercial-quality grinder.
Justin Shardey (quality: 7.8)
Bottom Line: Excellent value and performance - buy one and you won't be disappointed.
Karen Nakamura (quality: 5.0)
Bottom Line: Lives up to its name, long live Rocky!
Kevin Jo (quality: 5.5)
Bottom Line: solid machine
Laurence Yeung (quality: 7.0)
Bottom Line: If you're ready to take the plunge into the world of specialty coffee, this should be on your short list.
Mark Farris (quality: 6.3)
Bottom Line: A grinder I would recommend for home use without any reservations.
Mark Harris (quality: 5.5)
Bottom Line: The Rocky costs more than many are willing to pay. But like so many things in the marketplace, you get what you pay for: Reliability and Quality.
Mark Prince (quality: 8.1)
Bottom Line: Best grinder you can get for the home for under $400. Will improve your shots by a significant amount.
Michael Nelson (quality: 6.7)
Bottom Line: Good basic construction, with several design defects and poor Q.A. at the factory
Michael Owen (quality: 1.0)
Bottom Line: A grinder with plenty of power and grind settings.
Mike G (quality: 7.5)
Bottom Line: $300 is a lot for a coffee grinder, but I'm happy with the purchase!
Mike Wright (quality: 4.8)
Bottom Line: It's the only burr grinder I've used, but it's hard to imagine anything better.
Nic Miller-Clendon (quality: 7.7)
Bottom Line: A solid machine that lives up to the hype - don't bother with the doser!
Patrick Sloane (quality: 6.0)
Bottom Line: Quality you can rely on at a a price which is right - but go the doserless model!
Paul Pikowsky (quality: 7.0)
Bottom Line: Beauty and performance for the home espresso grinder
Peter Farrell (quality: 6.0)
Bottom Line: Regardless of the price if you are looking for a solid and professional grinder under $300.00 this grinder is worth serious consideration.
Richard Ross (quality: 5.5)
Bottom Line: This is the starting point for good burr grinders, don't settle for less.
Richard Wolfson (quality: 4.4)
Bottom Line: As advertised -- get over your fears of spending real money for a grinder and pull the trigger. Go doserless. You won't be sorry.
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