Rocket - Mozzafiato Cronometro EVO R

SKU: RE851E3A11

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Sale price$3,995.00 CAD

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Features taken directly from our commercial espresso machine range give the Evoluzione machines superior technology that is normally only found in full sized commercial espresso machines.

Now with PID temperature control, insulated boilers and the Rocket Espresso 9 mm boiler end plates, stability and temperature control is further enhanced.

The use of a rotary pump ensures quiet yet robust pump performance and allows the user to have the machine draw water from the internal machine reservoir or alternatively connect the machine directly to the water supply. 

The Evoluzione machines are offered in two different body styles, the Giotto or the Mozzafiato.


The E61 group head has achieved an almost mythical status amongst coffee lovers. Invented in 1961 by Ernesto Valento, to install on the machine that bears his name, this group head is still widely used today, and it is still as revolutionary as it was when it came out in 1961. With 4 kg of brass giving it impressive thermal inertia, the temperature stability of the E61 Group Head is unbeatable. The thermosiphon system of the group circulates water continuously, so that it always maintains the right temperature.

Finally, mechanical pre-infusion is created by the pre-infusion valve so that coffee is gradually immersed in water, significantly reducing channeling compared to machines without pre-infusion.


The Rocket Mozzafiato Evoluzione is an espresso machine with a single boiler, known as a heat exchanger design. This means that a single large boiler, used for steam, houses a smaller boiler that is used for the actual brewing. This smaller boiler gets heated by the steam from the larger boiler, which ensures great thermal inertia, shot after shot. Compared to a dual boiler set-up this simpler design, with a powerful 1400 W heating element, an insulated boiler, and PID control, still maintains an extremely stable temperature.


PID is an acronym that stands for Proportional-Integral-Derivative. Technically, it is a processor-based temperature controller that continuously corrects for any error between the target value and the actual value of the temperature; using the three mathematical methods in its name. You can read all about how it works on its Wikipedia page but, for the non-engineers amongst us, suffice it to say that it is the most precise method for controlling the temperature, for any machine, and is much more sophisticated than a simple thermostat. The PID on the R58 is controlled using an external control box, allowing you to control the brew or steam temperature independently on each boiler. This ensures the temperature is always perfect for making your coffee, whether the machine has been idle for hours, or is doing thirty coffees in a row. This stability also makes it a perfect machine for small offices or even events.


A rotary pump, unlike the standard vibration pump, is what you usually find inside the commercial machines at your favourite coffee shops. The principle advantage to this type of pump, besides that it runs almost completely silently, is that you can connect it directly to the plumbing so that you will never have to fill a water reservoir again! You can also connect the water drip tray to the drain, so you never have to empty that ever again either. Another advantage of connecting your machine directly to your house’s plumbing is that you can use an inline water filter to improve the water quality, ultimately improving the quality of the extracted espresso. Last but not least, the rotary pump is much more durable than a vibration pump.


In the world of coffee, the Rocket Espresso brand has become synonymous with impeccable build quality. Adding to the timeless design, the all-steel chassis and stainless steel casing make Rocket Espresso machines incredibly solid and durable. The 20 kg dry weight also ensures the machine maintains stability when you insert the portafilter into the group head. If properly maintained the Rocket Espresso machine can last a lifetime.


Rocket's Espresso Machine come with a 2 years warranty. (Including part and service)

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