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Rocket Espresso Water Reservoir Filter

SKU# AWF353A0020

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$15.99

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With the Rocket Espresso Water Reservoir Filter you'll have crisp clean water with the right amount of minerals to extract a tasty espresso shot.
Rocket Espresso Water Reservoir Filter

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With the Rocket Espresso Water Reservoir Filter, you'll have crisp, clean water with the right amount of minerals to extract a tasty espresso shot. Installation involves moistening the filter and placing it in the water tank. This handy filter will fit both Giotto and Cellini machines and many other brands with water tanks as well. Besides providing optimal water quality users will notice a reduction in scale buildup.

How Does it Compare?

The Rocket Espresso Water Reservoir Filter fits Giotto and Cellini models with tanks. The filter should be rinsed under cold water and placed into the reservoir so the membrane sack floats in the tank.

The filters should not be re-energized and once positioned in the reservoir, they should be left there until it is time to replace.

Tips and Tricks

The Rocket Espresso Water Reservoir Filter for espresso machines may last six to 12 months, but varies with usage.

Width 3.5 inches
Depth 4.5 inches
Height .5 inches
Product Weight (lbs.) 0.2188
Material Plastic
Filtration

The Rocket Espresso Water Reservoir Filter is made of resin and uses an activated carbon filtration system to filter out limescale, chlorine, and other unwanted impurities.

Manufacturer Rocket Espresso

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Bo T asked: Noticed comments about recharging the pouch. Please can you advise, How long does it need to soak? What ratio water to salt? Is Normal table salt ok? How often does it need recharging? Please help Jun 6, 2013
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JEFFREY B: This filter works very well. You just take it out of the package and put it in the Rocket Water Tank and leave it. I tested my water before using this while in the tank and after using it. The water hardness is definitely lowered by this filter. It works for 1 year according to the package info. I have had it 2 months and it still works fine. I do not think it can be "recharged." The package is sealed and cannot be opened. It is supposed to be a disposable filter that is replaced in 1 year. Jun 11, 2013
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Karmen B: Bo T,
I simply get the pouch wet which allows it to stay in the bottom of the water reservoir. My unit is not plumed so I just add water when it needs it and leave the filter in the reservoir. I think normal table salt would make your drink too salty? I replace my filter every year. Love, love, love my Rocket!
Jun 11, 2013
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Bo T: Thanks, good to hear that some one can demonstrate that it works.

By recharging I meant soaking the pack in salt water to reactivate the beads, I was wondering how much salt to water and for how long to soak?
Jun 11, 2013
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Roy H: Bo..... I just recharged it with 2 tablespoons kosher salt in 16 oz of water. It seems to work and I'm getting about 40 ppm drop in hardness. I did it for two hours then rinsed. Jul 11, 2013
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Marlon K: I have never tried to recharge my filter since they only cost $16 and last a year. I am not sure it would be worth the time and trouble to undertake such a process. Jun 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will it fit the NS Oscar tight water filling opening? Jul 7, 2013
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Teri KStaff: You could manipulate this Rocket Water Reservoir Filter to fit in a narrow tank like that of the Nuova Simoneli Oscar, however I am not sure how easy it would be to remove after use! For a machine like this, I might suggest using bottled/filtered water instead of this Rocket filter. Jul 9, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this work with the new R58? Apr 27, 2013
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Teri KStaff: Yes, you can use this Rocket Water Reservoir Filter in the R58, as it essentially just needs to sit in the bottom of your tank. Apr 28, 2013
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A shopper asked: How does this filter work Does it go inside the water reservoir?

thanks,
krista
Jan 28, 2012
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Kaylie KStaff: It is a softener in a little pouch; you place it in the water tank and it softens the water in there — does not need to be installed in any special manner, so it will work with most espresso machines. Jan 30, 2012
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Paul B asked: Does this filter need to be recharged like resin type filters? How often should it be replaced? May 30, 2012
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works as promised

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I am on my third filter in a little more than 18 months of regular use and it functions as advertised. I can well filtered, "purified" water since the packet contains adequate minerals to meet sensor requirements but in the case that someone adds tap water to the mix, it seems to reduce the odd flavors and tastes that often appear in our municipal water supplies.

(Posted on 6/11/13)

this works

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I have used this for a year. Descaled after 8 months. There was no discolored water during the descale process. In the past I'd seen plenty of blue water. Not this time. I do recommend rinsing this filter on a regular basis...3 months at least. And, my water is moderately hard.

(Posted on 1/14/13)

Looks good at the start

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I have been using this for a few weeks. It looks like it will be easy to use, and seems to work as advertised. There is minimal instruction. No information about recharging.

(Posted on 11/30/12)

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