Refurbished Stainless Steel Rancilio Rocky Doserless Coffee Grinder

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Refurbished Rancilio Rocky Doserless Coffee Grinder.

The Rancilio Rocky Doserless Coffee Grinder gives you a fantastic grinder with a chute in place of the doser. The chute reduces the amount of wasted coffee as well as the amount of stale coffee often left behind in dosers. Grind only what you need directly into your portafilter. A main power switch is located on the right of the machine. Another "push and hold" switch on the front of the grinder is used to start and stop the grinding. The holding fork for the portafilter handle has been drastically redesigned and provides a very stable platform to grind into. The Rocky is the grinder of choice for most finicky home baristas due to its quality of grind and durability. Please note that most coffee grinders are tested at the manufacturer and coffee grounds may be found in the grinder as a result. Rancilio is in the process of updating the look of the Rocky Grinder, it may ship with either a rose tinted or blue tinted bean hopper.

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Part Part Number Page/Index
Burrs D50 69000032 1/2

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Recent questions
YellowDart asked:
posted on Apr 29, 2013 10:00PM

Question by Kyle W.

What does WLL typical refurbishment process consist of? Most specifically, are the burrs replaced every time or is it a case by case basis?
techkathy aswered:
1) Complete cleaning of machine housing (polish, if applicable) 2) Removal and cleaning of bean hopper 3) Clearing and cleaning of doser or chute 4) Inspection of burr plates, replacement if necessary. *Price of part(s) not included. 5) Calibration of burr plates 6) Calibration of tension... more

Kate asked:
posted on Apr 20, 2013 07:12PM

Question by Kate C.

Also wondering if I want the doserless or not...I usually make coffee in a press pot of with a drip cone.
techkathy aswered:
If you are going to use the grinder primarily for drip or press pot, I would recommend the doserless version. It will be easier to grind directly into a larger container or paper filter because the spout is higher up. You can also remove the dosing fork for even better access.

Kate asked:
posted on Apr 20, 2013 07:03PM

Question by Kate C.

How long will it take to get this item if it's out of stock and I "preorder" it?
mjackson aswered:
Kate,It is hard to say. All of our refurbs are returns from customers that have decided the item is not for them within the thirty days buyer remorse period. The good news about the grinder is we do not get many back so people do like the grinder. It also means we get very few to sell as... more