Rocket Espresso Cellini Evoluzione Espresso Machine - V2



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Looking for a little flexibility in your life? The Rocket Espresso Cellini Evoluzione model has just that with its easily convertible water source functionality. Set up the Cellini Evoluzione to use the internal water reservoir or plumb it directly into a water source. Rounding out this upgraded semi-automatic machine's features: a quieter rotary pump, dual gauges for both boiler and brew head pressure readings, the renowned E-61 brew group and an included high-quality metal tamper.

Features & Functionality of the Rocket Espresso Cellini Evoluzione

  • Insulated Boiler: This reflects up to a 30 percent increase in thermal stability and energy savings of up to 22 percent.
  • Copper Boiler: A 1.8 liter copper boiler is now wrapped in a special insulating blanket.
  • Upgraded Tamper: These machines now include a metal tamper that is up to par with the style and quality of the Rocket Espresso brand.
  • Stainless Steel Case: Finely crafted polished AISI 304 stainless-steel housing is beautiful and highly durable.
  • Professional-Class E-61 Brew Head: The legendary E-61 brew group features a solid, lead-free brass end plate that aids in thermal stability and heat retention.
  • Dual Pre-Infusion System: Mechanical pre-infusion system has a progressively working piston and static pre-infusion chamber, resulting in smooth coffee extraction and superior aroma, body and crema.
  • Rotary Pump: Pump features a special device to eliminate backpressure from the boiler, preventing blocks.
  • Stainless Steel Nozzles: Steam wand with a two-hole tip and hot water wand are internally insulated so you won't burn yourself on them after use.
  • Removable Cup Rack: You can pull off the cup rack to reduce the espresso machine's height.
  • Large, Easy-Access Water Reservoir: Easily access the 98-ounce water reservoir via the separate lid — you won't have to take all the cups off the top of your espresso machine in order to refill it.
  • Low Water Sensor: Level control cuts the power circuit if water is low, with a microprocessor that automatically controls the level of the boiler and water reservoir. A low water level warning will let you know when you need to refill.
  • Generously Dimensioned: 20 percent higher volume (compared to other machines on the market) is paired with optimum thermosyphon system to quickly heat up and provide superior extraction.
  • Handcrafted: Each machine is unique and hand crafted in Italy. Small warps in the case are normal and part of each machine's unique assembly process.
  • Plumbable - We love the flexibility of being able to plumb this model or simply use it as a tank model. This is a great option for those who want to start with a tank version and then later plumb it in.
  • Ideal Shots - The Cellini pulls an excellent shot of espresso.
  • No Burn Wands - Internally insulated steam wand and water dispenser keep the casing cool so you won't burn your hands.
  • Water Dispenser Design - When you turn the water dispenser inwards, it obstructs the brew lever, which is only a minor annoyance.
How Does it Compare?

The Evoluzione V2 line features the same upgraded rotary pump as the R58, eliminating back pressure from the boiler and making it plumbable.


Model Number RE782E3A11
Manufacturer Rocket Espresso
Width With Cup Rail: 12.0 inches | Without Cup Rail: 12.0 inches
Depth With Cup Rail: 17.0 inches | Without Cup Rail: 17.0 inches
Height With Cup Rail: 16.5 inches | Without Cup Rail: 15.0 inches
Product Weight (lbs.) 61.5000
Watts 1200W
Programmability No
Case Material Stainless Steel
Boiler Material Brass/Copper
Boiler Volume 1.8 liter
Reservoir Size 98 oz
Solenoid Valve Yes
Cup Warmer Yes
Portafilter Size 58mm
Available Portafilters Bottomless, Non-Pressurized
Warm Up: Steam Time 15 minutes
Boiler Design Heat Exchanger
NSF Certified No
Pod Friendly No
Water Sources Convertible - Internal Reservoir or Plumbed in
Auto Shut Off No
Auto On No
Pre-Infusion/Aroma Yes
Material Stainless Steel


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My current grinder is the Baratza Preciso (with the A–K micro-adjustment gauge.) Will an espresso grind from that be high enough quality for a machine at this level?

Got some great advice in your Portland store this weekend (thank you!), and I'm strongly considering this beautiful machine as my ideal upgrade. I was told to make sure I consider the grinder in the equation though, so the decision is between this, or stepping down to the Appartamento and using the saving for a new grinder. Would appreciate your advice!
Ben W on Feb 14, 2017
Rocket Espresso Cellini Evoluzione Espresso Machine - V2
Rocket Espresso Cellini Evoluzione Espresso Machine - V2
Baratza Preciso Burr Grinder
Baratza Preciso Burr Grinder
Rocket Espresso Appartamento Espresso Machine
Rocket Espresso Appartamento Espresso Machine
Best Answer: I had a Preciso with my Rancilio Silvia and it worked well. The Preciso worked with Silvia and she was very sensitive to the grind....So i would feel very confident in saying that you could definitely get a good shot with the Preciso, but would be more consistent with a better grinder. I now have a Rocket Evo, but never used it with the Preciso. I paired it with an Anfim Best and now a Mahlkonig K30 Vario. I decided to upgrade my Grinder since it's so essential to a consistently good espresso. If it were me....I'd go with the Apartmento and a better Grinder unless you want to plumb it in....Then you would need the Evo and could upgrade the grinder at a later date. Also note the Preciso has lots of plastic and is not very durable. I broke the Micro ring, but was fortunate to have it replaced under warranty. You get what you pay for.
Reply · Report · Joseph D on Feb 17, 2017
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What are the differences between V2 and Apartamento? Is there any tech differences or is it only the size?
A shopper on Aug 21, 2016
Rocket Espresso Cellini Evoluzione Espresso Machine - V2
Rocket Espresso Cellini Evoluzione Espresso Machine - V2
Rocket Espresso Appartamento Espresso Machine
Rocket Espresso Appartamento Espresso Machine
Best Answer: The V2 has a rotary, rather than a vibratory pump, which makes it quieter and allows it to be connected directly to the water line for continuous automatic filling, If you do this, there is no need to ever refill the tank. It's also better insulated, has a pre-infusion system that brings the pressure up in two stages for improved brewing, and has an additional pressure gauge that tells you when the boiler is fully up to temperature.
Reply · Report · Laurence H on Aug 22, 2016
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Can you please explain the "dual pre-infusion"? How does that work? Does the machine need to be plumbed or can you pre-infuse using just the water tank? Is the pre-infusion at a set pressure or can you adjust it?
A shopper on Oct 6, 2013
Best Answer: If you are using the tank:
When you rotate the lever part way up it would open the valve into the brew head releasing a small amount of water that has built up a little bit of pressure from the temperature increase as it remained in contact with the steam boiler. Rotating the lever further then activates the pump and opened the valve fully. The time of pre-infusion would be left up to you by the timing of the lever rotation. (pressure would not be adjustable)

If you were using the machine plumbed in:
Again rotating the lever part way would open the valve slightly but not activate the pump. You would then get line pressure from the water supply.

Search Youtube for "What is Pre-Infusion?" and there is a great SCG video where Bill Crossland explains everything I've mentioned above.
Reply · Report · Derek T on Oct 31, 2013
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How easy is the Evol V2 to move in order to fill the reservoir? The unit would be sitting on a counter with an upper cabinet above, and we will likely not be direct plumbing, so it would need to be pulled out or turned to access the reservoir. I suppose I could fill with a pitcher, rather than pulling out the reservoir each time...just wondering what other people's experience has been in this regard. I have the Breville dual boiler unit now (which has a very nice front loading reservoir, so no problem there), but am thinking about an upgrade.
A shopper on Jul 4, 2014
Best Answer: The unit is quite heavy and the rubber bottoms of the feet make it pretty difficult to slide. You could easily install some other foot pads that would allow it to slide on whatever countertop surface you have. For instance felt pads will slide nicely on granite.

I fill my reservoir from a Mavea filter pitcher but am still required to slide it forward to clear the upper cabinet. You will also still need to occasionally remove the reservoir completely for cleaning.
Reply · Report · Derek T on Jul 5, 2014
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How do you set up the machine to a timer? Do you have to keep the lever "on" for the timer to work?

Is it normal for the bar to drop below 0.8 when I turn the steam on? Do I have to wait for it to reach 1 again to use the steam or pull a shot? Thanks
Angie on Dec 16, 2015
Best Answer: If on a timer you would keep the little switch right above the green light on front lower left on. The large lever is only lifted for making an espresso.

When I turn my steam wand on the pressure drops a bit so that's normal. The important thing is if the machine has been on for any length of time to flush the hot water out of the group head to cool it off. You just take off the portafilter and run water by lifting the lever until the water quits hissing. Usually about 5 oz.

Reply · Report · Richard W on Feb 5, 2016
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The issue has been up on your youtube review of the Giotto EVO, but i didn't really find it answered the most important question. Why should I choose the EVO over the premium plus?

I really don't have the need for "plugging in" the EVO, since the tap water in my area is so "hard". I will be using filtered bottlewater.

So it really comes down to one thing: the rotary or the vibrator pump? Is the rotary pump worth the extra money?

I don't care about the noise reduction. As you say in the youtube review, the noise that is going to wake up the baby next door is not the machine, it's the grinder!

Kind regards

A shopper on Jul 29, 2013
Best Answer: Rotary vs. Vibratory pump: (Evoluzione V2 vs. Premium Plus V2)

While I'll certainly agree that it's the grinder that makes most of the noise, there's no denying that the rotary pump has a far more pleasing sound, when compared to it's vibe sibling. It just sounds of higher quality and more like a commercial machine.

Other differences are the black faced gauges on the Evoluzione V2 which do look nicer in my opinion.

So the $400 question? Is it worth the price difference? The answer is more complicated. Given the lifespan of these machines, and If the budget is there then yes I absolutely feel like it is worth the extra cash, however If you have to cut back on your grinder choice to swing the pricier machine then I'd say the answer is an emphatic no! Far more value can be realized by using a top notch grinder than you will ever see from a different pump and cooler looking gauges.

My personal setup:
Rocket Espresso Cellini Evoluzione Espresso Machine - V2
Rocket Espresso Accessory Steam Tips (I use the small 2 hole)
Mazzer Super Jolly Grinder
Rattleware frothing pitcher
Rattleware Cups/Saucers
Reply · Report · Derek T on Jul 31, 2013
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can you brew and steam at the same time?
Dominik S on Mar 8, 2016
Best Answer: Yes. Steam pressure is great. I'm just not that coordinated, but you can do both at once.
Reply · Report · Phil S on Mar 12, 2016
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I read somewhere that the Sirai pressurestat may be slightly noisy in home environment (it clicks) but is considered reliable and accurate. Does it click all the time when the machine is on because the pressurestat goes on and off to maintain the desired temperature? That noise issue worries me, I don't like random noises. To anyone using this machine, please provide more details about this issue and your experience when using the machine.
Luc G on Feb 14, 2017
Best Answer: I can't hear the pressurestat clicking on mine. If it does click, it's imperceptible behind the soft bubbly hum of the boiling water. If noise is an issue for you, the pump on this machine is not particularly quiet, maybe a bit quieter than your regular vibratory pump. Also, the all-metal casing doesn't help dampen that noise at all. The construction is good, so it doesn't rattle (the cups in the cup tray may), and the drip tray has magnets to keep it firmly attached to the machine body so it doesn't rattle either.

I've been using this machine for some 4-5 months now, and it makes the most delicious espresso I've ever seen a home machine make. Most coffee shops don't even come close to this.

Make sure to pair it up with a decent grinder (I use a Baratza Vario) and fresh, carefully roasted beans (Friendo Blendo from Fourbarrel is what has worked best for me).
Reply (1) · Report · Rodrigo B on Feb 17, 2017
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Can someone please help me figure out what's wrong with my Rocket... if you're looking straight at it, the needle on the gauge to the right won't move at all. And the needle on the gauge to the left barely makes it into the green. It just recently started doing this. Can someone tell me what the problem could potentially be and what the fix is?
Brenda W on Dec 18, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Brenda. I just got my Rocket up and running. The left hand gauge should reach 1 bar (the bottom of the green outlined box) before you try to use it. You can hear the heater cycle on and off to keep the pressure in the boiler in this box. Mine wavered a bit just above 1 bar sitting idle. This is at the bottom of that green outline box but the manual states this is the correct pressure. The right hand gauge is the pressure at the brewhead created by the pump when you have the valve open and are extracting. It should read around 9 bar during the extraction and you should be able to hear the pump running inside. Make sure your green light is not flashing, this indicates a problem in the machine, most likely the water tank is empty or, if you have a water supply line, as I do, the line valve may be closed or the line pressure too low. If you have been running this a while without difficulty, is your water source hard? I guess calcium scale in the water lines could gum up the works. It sounds like the water is getting to the boiler ok (barely in the green is probably around 1 bar). If the pressure on the right gauge is zero when you are doing your extraction there may be a problem with the pump. Can you hear the pump running during the extraction? If you can hear the pump, does the extraction take place as usual? If so, it may be a bad gauge. If you can do your "usual" extraction 50-60ml in 25-30 seconds then there must be near normal pressure at the brewhead. Good luck!
Reply · Report · Stephen D on Dec 19, 2014
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What supplies are needed for direct connect of this machine? Can this machine been hooked up to a timer? If so, do you have a recommendation for a timer?

A shopper on Sep 27, 2013
Best Answer: I do not use the pluming option for my Cellini EVO yet , I plan to do it maybe next year .. it is great to have it as an option, the water runs quick out when I'm using the reservoir.
I do have it on a timer to start at about 5 am , I'm using a Aeon Labs Energy Switch because it can be controlled from my home automation system (Nexia)
It starts on time and I can program multiple on/off sessions.
Reply · Report · Stefan A on Sep 30, 2013
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I bought this machine a couple of years ago and love it. However, the steamer gauge, the one on the left, appears to have become stuck. It hasn't affected the machine's performance but I was wondering if there is an easy fix?
jeff w on Mar 27, 2017
Best Answer: Hello Jeff,
I would recommend calling into our customer support line, for some over the phone troubleshooting or figuring out what part you might need to get ordered. You can reach us at 866-372-4734.
Reply · Report · Dustin FStaff on Jun 9, 2017
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What is the difference between the Cellini premium plus with PID VS the Cellini Evoluzione V2 beside the direct plumbing feature? How is the temperature controlled with no PID?
Mike H on Mar 17, 2017
Rocket Espresso Cellini Evoluzione Espresso Machine - V2
Rocket Espresso Cellini Evoluzione Espresso Machine - V2
Rocket Espresso Cellini Premium Plus - V2
Rocket Espresso Cellini Premium Plus - V2
Best Answer: The Rotary pump on the Evo, aside from direct plumbing, is also quieter and a bit more robust than a vibratory pump. Rotary pumps also offer 'instant-on' pressure, whereas vibe pumps take a second or two longer to hit a full 9 bars of pressure.

The Evo V2 uses a pressurestat, which is mechanical and less responsive than an electronic PID controller.
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Hello, what side brew head gasket replacement is needed cor the Rocket Evo V2?
A shopper on Jan 2, 2017
Reply · Report · Joshua SStaff on Jan 6, 2017
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I would like to have this machine plumbed in, and I don't know much about water filteration. I live in the Bothell, WA area. Do I need a water filteration system inline with the plumbing for this machine (how do I determine if I need one?) and if I do, then what should I look for when purchasing a filteration system? Are there any recommendations?
Sina H on Sep 28, 2016
Best Answer: First thing to do is to test the water hardness at your home! Most pet stores will have water hardness test strips available, and that will give you a good idea on whether you'll need an inline filter.

Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Joshua SStaff on Sep 30, 2016
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Why is there no PID on the Evoluzione, but there is on the Premium Plus?
A shopper on Feb 2, 2015
Best Answer: At this time, Rocket has decided not to make the Evoluzione version with a PID, this is just a manufacturer decision, and we don't know if they will hopefully incorporate it on the Evo version in the future!
Reply · Report · Stephanie AStaff on Feb 2, 2015
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What volume can this machine handle, as in cups per hour?
A shopper on Nov 23, 2013
Best Answer: This Rocket machine is not a commercial machine, and so it is not meant to handle large volume. If you use a machine like this Cellini for lots of drinks regularly, then it will wear down the components and shorten it's lifespan. The Rockets are designed for maybe 5 drinks an hour, with about 20 drinks a day maximum for a peak at say a party. For volume greater than that on a consistent basis, you would be better looking at one of the commercial machines like the Rancilio Epoca, found at the link below:

Let us know if you have any other questions!
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Nov 25, 2013
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A few questions:
1-What is the difference between Giotto and the Cellini?
2-How long does it take for these units to hit the optimum temperature?
3-Is the DB really worth purchasing? I ask because several reviews suggest that brewing and steaming at the same time is not seamless. A friend of mine purchased the La Marzocco ($6k) and he is able to do this with no detectable degredation in temp/pressure.
4-I like the way this product looks, it is in my price range; will this unit or others in this price range be a 10+ year machine?
5-A lot of the reviews seems to suggest this unit will have a high probability of having damage if I have it shipped? What is your knowledge on this subject and do you have any other stores around the country?

Matt B on Jun 2, 2013
Best Answer: The Cellini has the flat sides, while the Giotto comes with the flared sides, which is the only difference between the two models. These machines need at least 30 minutes to heat up with the portafilter attached, so that both thee-61 brew head and portafilter metal have the chance to heat up to temperature. It is tricky to brew and steam at the same time, but the real advantage is that the R58 has a PID for temperature adjustment. You can still brew and steam at the same time with the heat exchanger Rocket models, just lack the adjustable temperature control. Yes, this machine has the potential to last 10 or more years, though maintenance is very important. We do not have other locations and the machine ships from Lynnwood Washington. We ship these machines all over the country every day, and if you were to have an issue, we request you let us know within 5 days of receiving the unit. If you have other questions, feel free to write into us directly, at, or give us a call at 866-372-4734!
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Absolutely LOVEReview by LindaL
Enjoyed this machine a couple of months now and I could not be happier with my purchase. I don't think it can make less than excellent espresso. The shots are perfect every single time. The steam pressure is superior to previous machines (and they were in similar price range). I also love the large water tank. I can highly recommend this machine to anyone who takes coffee seriously! Thanks for all the good service as well.
(Posted on 12/31/2016)
I think Im in love...Review by baristabrian
Just got my Cellini plumbed in yesterday, spent a couple hours dialing in the grinder to get a perfect 30 sec 1.5 ounce shot, and all I can say is...It was love at fist sip!

This thing delivers a comparable quality shot to that of a 10,000.00 commercial La Cimbali M29 I used in a coffee shop a few years ago. I was also able to get some very nice micro foam from the steam wand for a Cappuccino on the 1st try.

Pros: Looks beautiful, appears to be built very solid, produces a great tasting shot with nice crema, and fits fairly well on my counter clearing the upper cabinets by about an inch.

Cons: I wouldn't really call this a con, more of a "difference". The single portafilter basket seems to require more grounds than I normaly like for a single shot. Traditionally most of the single portafilters I have used require 7 grams of grounds to reach the full line on the inside of the basket. The one from Rocket takes more like 10.5 grams to arrive at that line after being tamped. Thus my recipes will all need adjusted. But that's no biggie.

I would recommend this machine to anyone who wants a commercial quality espresso machine for the home. I also enjoyed conversing with the very helpful folks here at Seattle coffee gear in researching my purchase. (Posted on 7/25/2014)
Great CremaReview by Phillip
It's been three weeks now since I set my machine up - took me a while to master the steamer pressure. There's some initial slack when first opening the valve, but the actual pressure is excellent. The rotary pump is excellent and produces an excellent brew with luscious creme.
The machine heats up quickly - seven to ten minutes in the morning when i first get up and want a short, clean shot.
The rack for holding the cups on top of the machine is cheesy, and it would have been nice to have a ridge in front to keep the cups from sliding off the front.
I don't have my machine plumbed - but the reservoir is quite ample.
I'm very happy that I bought this machine. (Posted on 4/24/2014)
It is everthing I hoped it to be! A great machine!!Review by Tim
I just received the machine and unpacked it, read the instruction booklet and drew a cup. The coffee was not ground fine enough, so I reset my Rancilio grinder and pulled another cup. Perfect! It was everything I hope it to be. Next was to make a Cappuccino which also was perfect and the best I have had since visiting AU last year. The steamer is a delight to use. Still not finished playing, my wife requested a Caffe Mocha. I made her one using soy milk and she said it was great. This replaced my Silvia so I am not a new to making espresso but this machine is remarkable!!!!!
I bought the Evoluzoine for the pump and the fact that I can plumb it in to the facet. Very easy learning curve!!! (Posted on 3/18/2014)
Initial impressions - great machineReview by Steve
I bought the Cellini as a replacement for my New Vetrano, which I was unhappy with. Despite many attempts to quieten the Vetrano it vibrated and was very loud. The Cellini, by contrast is much quieter. It appears to be well thought out and built. From the start it has produced excellent espresso. It seems to me that it does a better job of frothing and steaming than the old machine. I have our Cellini plumbed in (if you are going to do this, make sure you have all the necessary fittings, as the threading for the machine is different from most household threading. I also have the drain plumbed in, which is a great convenience. Although it is too soon to evaluate the long term performance or durability, so far I am very satisfied and happy with the Cellini. Styling is a personal taste, but I prefer the simpler lines of the Cellini to those of the Giotto. (Posted on 6/17/2013)
Bellissimo!Review by Thaddeus
After years of service, my Silvia needed to retire.Good old girl.
The Cellini is everything I hoped it would be and more.
Yes, there is a short learning curve as with anything new.This machine does gulp water so I put nylon gliders on the feet to pull it from under the cabinets above.Very heavy,easy to fill now.
Had to tighten the nut on the drip tray also.No more drips.
My big concern was shipping. It came VERY well packed .This comes in a very large box.Be prepared!
Thanks to everyone at SCG.

(Posted on 5/9/2013)
Excellent Machine!Review by Robert
The Cellini Evo has been an excellent machine. I had only one problem out of the box, which was a wire that came loose during shipping that wouldn't autofill the boiler. SCG's friendly tech walked me thru finding the problem and was up and running in minutes.

I have no regrets with this purchase. My only complaint is the drain plug in the drip tray. It does not seal completely and I was always finding water on the counter. Since I cannot plumb the machine at this time, I took the supplied drain hose and put it in a container under the counter. This ended up working better than constantly dumping the tray.

If you are trying to decide on this model versus the premium, I can tell you that with a heat exchanger machine, you will eventually want to plumb in due to the amount of water used with cooling flushes, etc. Average use is about six shots throughout the day and we fill it up every night. Is the rotary pump quiet? Yes. It's quieter than the Jura Ena 5 right next to it and a Nespresso Pixie we used to have.
(Posted on 4/12/2013)
Buy it again? You bet!Review by Rock D
I really enjoy coffee in many forms and after a long debate decided to purchase the Cellini. The rotary pump is quiet, the looks sharp, and the espresso very good. It is an impressive machine in all facets. Frothing to micro foam is at a perfect speed for average me being your average non-barista foamer. Easy to keep clean. I may plumb the drip tray as it is small, but the water reservoir is decently sized. I only gave four stars for price as it is not the least expensive machine out there, but I think it was worth it. Plus, I am generally frugal and this was a stretch. But, I am enjoying everything from Americano to single shot from the comfort of my office. Fast learning curve. (Posted on 3/13/2013)
Outstanding and much better than v1Review by Neal
I bought a Cellini v1 about a year ago and love it. I decided to get a machine for my office and leave the v1 at home. I got the v2 evo cellini and wow, it is amazing! It is MUCH better than the v1, the shots extract faster, the steam is stronger, and the machine is much quieter and I don't hear the pressure relief valve every 30-60 seconds like on the v1. The espresso's are better than perfect (okay, they're good) and I could not be happier than I am with this machine.

My first one showed up defective, SCG replaced it and the second one is perfect. The only feedback is the new tamper that comes with v2 should be stainless steel (and polished) - in case Rocket is listening as the coffee sticks to the one that they provide.

I'm very pleased! If you own a v1 and you're reading this, GET THE V2!!!! They nailed it and it's fantabulous :) (Posted on 1/31/2013)
Great espresso and its very pretty!Review by Nate
Our new Rocket arrived on Friday and we spent the weekend using our new Cellini Evoluzione V2. We did a lot of research before making the purchase and went straight for the Rocket Cellini as opposed to starting with a Breville, Rancillio, etc and then spending more to upgrade a year or two later. So far, its great machine! We were able to pull good shots after only two tries. We really like the quiet rotary pump and option to direct plumb in the future. This machine makes a great combination when paired with a Mazzer grinder.

We did notice a couple minor details during the first weekend of use. First, the Rocket badge on the front of the machine is definitely crooked. Second, there is a piece of insulation that sits between the brew head and the front of the machine and it appears to be installed a bit crooked and is sticking out from the behind the brew head a bit on the right side. These are minor cosmetic issue and we are completely satisfied with the Cellini! Great shots and plenty of instantaneous steam.

Great Taste, Rotary pump, Easy To Use, Large Water Container, Quiet

Cosmetic Details (Posted on 5/13/2012)

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Warranty Information for the Rocket Espresso Celllini Evoluzione

What it Covers: Rocket Espresso machines

Length: Home Use: 2 year parts and labor (R60v, R58, Evoluzione R, Type V, Appartamento, Fausto Grinder), Commercial Equipment: 1 year parts, 3 months labor

Who Supports the Warranty: Seattle Coffee Gear, read more about Seattle Coffee Gear's Warranty coverage.

Warranty Contact Information: 866-372-4734 or email us at

Eligible for SCG Extended Warranty? Yes, for home equipment only

Can SCG Repair? Yes, read more about our repair services

Caring for the Rocket Espresso Cellini Evoluzione

  • Clean the brew gasket with a cleaning brush.
  • Soap out water tank and drip tray every few days.
  • Perform backflush routine daily and clean the filter basket each week.
  • Keep the stainless-steel casing shiny with a microfiber cloth.

User Manuals for your Rocket Espresso Cellini Evoluzione Espresso Machine V2

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