Upgrade and experiment with different steaming techniques using this set of four replacement steam wand tips. Made exclusively by Rocket Espresso, these designs will fit most Rocket machines, excluding the R58.
Tips do not come with extra o-rings, so make sure to keep a close watch on the one that comes with the machine.
Bought the tips as toys to play with while working to improve my frothing technique. Can't say they helped but they were fun to experiment with and gave me insight into better regulating the steam volume when frothing.
Do the Rocket Espresso Steam tips fit the ECM machine? I have an ECM Giotto and was going to experiment with these tips. Thanks ... Mike
A shopper on Jul 28, 2012
Best Answer:First I will answer the question. Yes they will fit. The amount of thread remaining after screwing them all the way in is just enough thread purchase on the inside of the Giotto wand to stay in. You will need to go to the hardware store and buy some more "O" rings however. Don't try to exchange the one you have back and forth, as you will most likely ruin it! I am assuming you want to get a better result in the steaming process. I have actually tried all of the tips. The original two hole is pretty good. I even plugged one of the holes in the stock tip to see how that worked - very slow -but you can really control the result. Nice thick "micro" foam. The tip I have been using the most is one from the kit. It is the smallest two hole. This works really well for me. I you want to make the barista type foam you will need more steam volume from one of the other tips. Just experiment a bit and don't worry about going through a few gallons of milk to get the hang of it. I use whole organic milk for the best results. Good luck. Let me know if you have any more questions. Hope this helps. Jim
I purchased all four. The stock 2- hole makes great micro-foam. The small 2- hole is great if you need lots of foam.The 3- hole makes ok foam but faster, 4- hole even faster (small version). The bigger four hole in my opinion is too big. If you are wanting to make fast cappuccinos or lattes, use the small 3 or 4. You will save maybe 10-15 seconds. Depending on your milk (non, 1%, 2%, or whole, or even soy) you could play and see what gives the best result. I use stock tip with 2% milk. I have the Rocket Evoluzione and I love it!
I thought the ECM Giotto was the same as the Rocket Giotto, but I don't recall the details.
I bought the tips for my machine, but find that I only use the smallest one. I bought a tip intended for another make from SCG and it worked great, so it may be that these tips are semi-standard in fit across a few different makes.
These tips fit my Rocket Cellini machine. I believe that they should fit all of the Rocket (and presumably ECM precursors). That said, after trying them, I went back to the two hole tip provided with my machine.
One note is that you only get one o-ring, and it would be convenient to get an o-ring for each tip.
We had a customer call in recently who said these DID NOT work with their ECM machine, so it will really depend on the specific model you have. We can try our best to offer you some guidance over the phone, but without having your make/model/version of machine here to try, we can't guarantee they will be a fit for your specific machine!
I did buy them but it was for my Rocket Cellini. They did not come with a gasket so be mindful of that when you remove the old tip, not to lose the rubber gasket/washer. The specs are supposed to be the same between a Giotto and Cellini. How old is your machine?
I have a Rocket Espresso Cellini Evoluzione- probably butchered the spelling, but the tips work fine on the non burn steam wand for that model. I wish they supplied a gasket with each of the tips though.
Best Answer:Hi Nancy, I dont know if it will fit but the size is M9 male, you must have a steam wand with a M9 female on your Rio/ Astoria Machine, by the way for best control and best milk froathing I use 1 of this tip with 2 hole and 1 of them is closed with a toothpick, with this closure, it is little bit slow the milk froathing but all is in my control...
Best Answer:I'm sorry, we've never carried Nota as a brand, or been able to repair those machines. Steam tips tend to be brand specific though, so my best suggestion would be to contact the manufacturer directly, or see if they have a parts supplier that you might be able to find parts for that brand through.
Best Answer:Unfortunately because we don't sell Expobar machines I am not able to try this Rocket Steam Tip Set on that machine and so I do not know for certain if it fits. Sorry I can't be of better assistance on this!
My shots were coming out great, but my milk was no good. I had tried many suggestions, but the one that changed the milk consistency from loose to paint was the two hole from this group! (Posted on 1/17/2015)
Wish I'd known to o-rder o-ringsReview by AS of SD
None of the tips came with o-rings for some odd reason. Had I known I would have ordered one for each. SCG video suggested using o - ring off original tip but I couldn't easily remove it and didn't want to damage it. So I put the 2 hole tip on without an o - ring to try it out. I prefer it over original. Guess I'll track down some o-rings
(Posted on 12/26/2014)
The tip which comes with the Cellini works just as well as any of these and better than mostReview by Steve
I bought this set of four tips to go with the Cellini Evolutione V2 I ordered. For me the standard two hole tip works the best. The standard tip is also better finished than those of the set. (Posted on 6/17/2013)
Well worthwhile, for meReview by James
Like others here, I've defaulted to the new 2-hole. That in itself is a huge improvement, and has done wonders for my foamcraft. But I will go back and try the other tips again later, once I've really mastered this one. I'd love to know if there's specific thinking behind the other configurations: maybe for different kinds of boilers (which wouldn't help me), or maybe for different sizes of jug and milk batches (which might be useful). I ought to get the O-rings. So I would recommend: a) watching the crew video test them (not least because it's funny); and b) including a set of O rings with your order. (Posted on 3/22/2013)
A plus upgradeReview by BLrdFX
The 2 hole tip in this set has smaller holes and makes frothing milk a much easier task! I never was great at it but this makes it a breeze. Order the extra "O" rings for swapping tips easily. (Posted on 7/16/2012)
Worth the $$$Review by BLrdFX
I was having some difficulty in getting the froth I wanted after upgrading from a Rancilio Silvia to a Rocket R-58. I thought that weird until a bit of cruising the web to discover I was not alone! The smaller holes in the 4 pack 2 hole tip did the trick. I have not tried the other tips yet but just by changing the OEM 2 hole to the Accessory 2 hole tip worked. They are a bit smaller overall and it makes cleaning easier. (Posted on 6/26/2012)
Rocket Tips with VetranoReview by David
After discovering a link for this set of 4 Rocket steam tips on the Quick Mill Vetrano page, I decided to give them a try. I have not had good results steaming small quantities (5-6 oz.) of milk using the 4-hole tip that the Vetrano came with, most likely due to my own lack of skill. The only one of the four tips that really interested me, and the only one I've used, is the 2-hole tip. This slows down the process, and also makes it easy to have the holes at the same level in the milk. This has worked well for me, and I am now able to get good microfoam, which I had had much greater success with on my Silvia with its 1-hole tip. As my skill improves, I plan on giving the original Vetrano tip another try at some point, but for now, I'm happily using the Rocket 2-hole tip for my morning Latte. My tips arrived without any O-rings, but that was easily solved with a trip to a local home supply store (I understand from the S.C.G. Crew that this was an oversight -- they should have come with an O-ring). I bought several bags of O-rings, and the #5 one works fine on the outside of the tip's threads. I'm also using a small #60 O-ring on the inside, around the interior steam tube, in an effort to prevent steam from going back up the inside of the no-burn steam wand. The original Vetrano tip has a small red interior seal for this purpose. I'm happy with my purchase and recommend this for other Vetrano owners who may, like me, be working their way up the frothing learning curve.
(Posted on 3/24/2011)
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