It’s time

Minimalistic, elegant, and iconic are the first three words Charles Stephens, CEO of Espresso Company Australia (ECA), uses to describe the new Rocket Espresso Cronometro range.

Released in late 2019 and now available throughout ECA’s national specialty coffee retail network, Cronometro derives from the Italian word for stopwatch, which is reflected in the extraction speed of the machine.

“With the help of the Cronometro’s shot timer feature, you can adjust and dial in your grind size – either coarser or finer – to speed up or slow down the flow rate of the espresso to achieve a guideline extraction of 30 millilitres in 30 seconds.”

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