ROK Espresso is a durable and eco-friendly coffee maker; comes in a stylish tin, with Free coffee and delivery. A Must Have for any Espresso Lover.
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Manufacturer: The ROK Espresso Maker
The ROK is a stylish, durable and easy to use coffee maker ideal for anyone wanting to produce quality espressos, americanos, cappuccinos and lattes at home, in the office or on the move.
All Coffee Lovers agree that the original lever machine design espresso machines make the Best Coffee. Designed and Engineered in London (UK), the non-electric the ROK has no wires and is totally portable.
Simply fill up the portafilter with fresh ground coffee, pour hot water in the top, lift the lever arms up and press them down to force the water through the coffee. The result is a Delicious Coffee Full of Flavour. It really is that simple, the whole process takes seconds, we really cannot stress enough how easy it is to use, store and clean.
The ROK Coffee Maker comes in a stylish metal tin complete with milk frother (for lattes or cappuccinos), a solid chrome porta-filter, a spoon/tamper, a 2 cup adaptor, a booklet full of tips, Free Delivery and a bag of Gourmet espresso coffee so you can start making delicious coffee straight away!
With the ROK you really get into the Ritual of Making the Perfect Espresso, Just the Way You Like it.
"I want to thank you for my ROK, I am so pleased with it, it makes wonderful espresso and is so easy to use. I recently bought an espresso machine in excess of £200 and was so disappointed. ROK is superb." Jim. C
"I love my new coffee gadget, it makes really great coffee. I really appreciate your quick dispatch, that was definitely the best customer service ever!" Michael
The ROK has already been featured in the Independent, Stephen Fry"s excellent Gadget Man TV series on Channel 4, Beautiful Kitchens, The Daily Mail, The Observer and OK Magazine. The original Presso was featured in the Sunday Times Magazine and The Observer Magazine, was voted 8th position in Stuff Magazines" Top 10 Must Have coffee gadgets and featured on the BBC Apprentice.