Designed specifically for Rocket Espresso, the Mazzer Mini Electronic Grinder proudly boasts the Rocket logo and is the perfect companion for your Rocket Espresso Machine. Ideal for home use or any light commercial environment, the Mini Electronic Grinder has a stepless grind adjustment and programmable electronic dosing to make filling your portafilter a snap. Choose from a polished stainless or black version.
Features & Functionality of the Rocket Mazzer Mini Grinder - Type A
- Large Capacity: The sturdy clear plastic bean hopper with finger guard holds a whopping 1.3 pounds of beans and features an integrated trap door that allows for easy changing of beans without emptying.
- Consistent Grind: The stable stainless steel 58mm burr grinders are flat (rather than conical) and remove for easy cleaning. Designed to operate at a low RPM (rotations per minute) so that minimal heat builds up and is transfered to your beans.
- Doserless: The adjustable doser gives you control of churning out between 4 and 16 grams per pull, and the Type A features a digital display with shot counter.
|How Does it Compare?||
The Mazzer Minis come in three configurations: a 58mm Mazzer Mini Flat Burr Espresso Grinder with a physical doser on the front, a 64mm Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A Espresso Grinder with programmable dosing functionality atop a funnel, and the 64mm Mazzer Mini Electronic Type B Espresso Grinder with a funnel and dosing begins when you tap the portafilter up against it. Rocket branded Mazzers are only available in the Mini E Type A configuration in polished stainless or black finish.
|Suitable Applications||Drip Coffee, Espresso, Fine Drip / Pour Over, Turkish|
|RPM of Burrs||50 hz: 1400 rpm | 60 Hz: 1600 rpm|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Bean Hopper Capacity||1.3 lbs|
|Dosing Options||Programmable Dosing Functionality|
|Adjustment Configuration||Stepless - Infinite Settings|
|Grinder Style||Burr - Flat Steel|
Submit a question directly to owners of this product and ask what they think about it!
There is a great thread on home-barista to answer what you ask... search for "Good approximate Mazzer grind setting for espresso/French press". I hope that helps. Feb 19, 2014
http://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/baratza-forte-all-purpose-grinder-ceramic-burr Dec 30, 2013
Please keep in mind that this bean hopper would need to be purchased in addition to the grinder and that the short hopper is currently out of stock (expected to be back in stock in April). Feb 27, 2012
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Warranty Information for the Rocket Mazzer Mini Electronic Grinder
|What it Covers:||
|Who Supports the Warranty:||Seattle Coffee Gear|
|Warranty Contact Information:||866-372-4734 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Notes:||Read more about Seattle Coffee Gear's Warranty coverage.|
|Eligible for SCG Extended Warranty?||No|
|Can SCG Repair?||Yes. Read more about our out-of-warranty repair services.|
Caring for the Rocket Mazzer Mini Electronic Grinder
- Clean burrs on a weekly to biweekly basis, either with a cleaning brush or a burr grinder-specific cleaning product such as Grindz.
- Remove and hand wash bean hopper and lid with warm water and soap as needed.
User manual for the Rocket Mazzer Mini Electronic Grinder
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Fantastic High Quality GrinderReview by Beepmeister
Quality Price Value
After months of investigating different grinders after my ancient Capresso died (and I wanted to upgrade to a better grinder) I bought this Rocket Mazer Mini Type A. It has been a revelation: much better tasting coffee (yes most definitely can tell the difference). I looked at the Rancilio Rocky, Baratza Vario W, Anfim, Compak, etc. Gail's videos (comparing different machines) were very helpful; check them out on YouTube. Mazer Pros: high quality, solid (looks like it will last for years), easy set up, easy to use, accurate dosing, easy to clean and reasonably quiet. Cons: cost (relative) and slightly messy. Bottom line: absolutely worth the money--advice on-line was right, don't skimp on the grinder!
(Posted on 9/5/13)
Very satisfyReview by Karim
Quality Price Value
Perfect for my Rocket 58. It took me around 1 pound of grinding to find the perfect adjustement. It's funny because now I have better shots even compare to the restaurant that sell me the beans!!
Very great grinder (I went in a restaurant that was having the same). Personaly I chosen the B model to keep the old look vs the A that have a digital screen.
I found that the machine don't stay clean very long as the grinded coffee has the tendency to stick a bit everywhere in the front of the machine.
Very nice look and very good machine, will recommend big time.
(Posted on 2/23/13)
64mm burrs in a tankReview by Grant
Quality Price Value
An amazing case, 64mm burrs, and mazzer's reputation is in top form with this grinder. Dr who is coming on now, so if you're reading this, just buy this grinder. it's for some reason cheaper in "rocket" branding, so thats every reason to get it.
(Posted on 2/19/13)
Build Quality is EverythingReview by Grant
Price Value Quality
I was having some issues with another espresso grinder, mostly due to wear on internal plastic parts. This grinder has surely resolved that issue. It is built and has warnings for commercial use. My home use wont be any problem for this tiny beast to handle.
Once the dosing is adjusted, this thing really helps with my routine. Very well thought out design, and I love the 64mm burrs, they produce a great, complex cup.
(Posted on 1/8/13)
Rocket Mazzer Mini Electronic - Type AReview by Michael
Price Value Quality
I purchased the Rocket Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A after weeks of waiting for SCG to get the item back in stock. The grinder arrived in near-perfect condition, with a minor slice in the electrical cord near where it exits the base of the machine. It doesn’t seem to be an issue yet. I’ll update if it becomes an issue.
I was a bit curious when I received the grinder, as the box is sealed with Mazzer tape on the top and bottom of the box, but the tape on the top had been sliced open. The flaps were stapled shut with heavy brass staples and then taped over with clear packaging tape. Aside from this curiosity, the box contents appeared to be complete. I’m not sure if this is normal or not.
To my surprise, the grinder has an electronic dose counter that counts up by “1” when the single dose is pressed and by “2 when the double button is pressed. There is no way to reset the counter to zero. I have even asked SCG staff on this. I find this unfortunate, because it would be nice to reset the counter when I clean the machine or replace the burrs, or just because I want to at this price level. After set-up and calibrating the grind times by weight, I hit 18 doses on the counter. Pressing the manual button does not increase the counter.
The machine is well-built, and robust, with only one complaint. There is an access panel behind the dispensing funnel that feels to be made out of a lower-grade stainless, or some sort of plastic. I can’t really tell, but it’s just a minor point. It is heavy, stable, and looks lovely on the counter.
I purchased the shorter hopper with the grinder and when I take the lid off, I can slide the grinder under the cabinets in my kitchen. The gate valve seems kind of junky, and if difficult to close when loaded with beans. The shorter hopper came with a gate valve of its own, but no lid. The lid for the standard hopper fits.
If you are the type of person that weighs beans before you grind, you will have to change your ways with the Mazzer Type A. This grinder does not have an auger, as some other more advanced Mazzers do, so feeding the machine a dosed amount of beans will result in the “popcorn effect,” beans bouncing up and down out of the burrs and not getting ground. You will need to fill the hopper 25-50% to avoid this.
Note that the grinder has a set screw installed to limit the range of the grind adjustment. If you intend to grind for espresso and drip, you will need to remove this screw. SCG doesn’t recommend this, and I have yet to try it. With the set screw installed, I can get a pretty close grind for Hario pour-over at the coarsest setting and also please my espresso machine.
Overall the Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A is a great machine. It’s unfortunate that the price on SCG dropped significantly (11%) only a couple of weeks after I purchased it, but that’s the name of the game. I removed one star from the "Price" for this reason.
(Posted on 12/30/12)
Rocket Mazzer Mini P Electronic DoserlesReview by Happy Coffee Guy
Quality Value Price
I've been using this grinder for about two months (Nov '11). Let me address the "quiet" check mark in the pro column. I've owned one other burr grinder and use a different make/model at work. "Quiet" in this instance is a relative term. This grinder is significantly less noisy than the other two models I have experience with.
Prior to purchase, I was concerned that it might take a lot of effort to switch between drip and espresso grind. It's actually pretty straight forward. The lever on the adjustment wheel makes all the difference as making the adjustment changes without it would be quite difficult.
I was tempted to check the "messy" box in the cons area. I think it's just the nature of ground coffee to try and escape. Fortunately, there is a "catcher" tray that collects the majority of the wayward grounds and it is easily removed for cleaning.
Despite having the smaller hopper, this unit is still an inch or so taller than the space between my counter top and the cabinets above. In the end, I found a very nice three drawer kitchen unit at Ikea that holds everything coffee. Speaking of the hopper, I really like the ability to close off the hopper feeding beans to the grinder. My sweetie prefers decaf and being able to easily switch between regular and decaf is a real benefit.
Quiet, Easy To Use, Commercial Grade, Easily Adjusted, Easy To Clean
(Posted on 11/6/11)