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Naked Portafilter for ROK and Presso

Naked Portafilter for ROK and Presso

Regular Price: $30.00

Special Price $19.95

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Naked Portafilter for ROK and Presso

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Quick Overview

This product only fits ROK and Presso espresso makers.


The Presso bottomless, or naked, portafilter lets you get up close and personal with your extraction. A great way to see all the action. This portafilter comes with the traditional PRESSO handle, basket, and retention spring.


This newly-manufactured portafilter carries the original PRESSO-branded handle i.e. the handle does not say ROK.


Read our blog post about the naked portafilter to get the most out of your purchase, or decide whether you're up to the challenge. http://blog.espressounplugged.com/2014/09/26/naked-and-dangerous-the-bottomless-portafilter/

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $30.00

Special Price $19.95

  1. A challenge worth the reward review by Aaron on 1/28/2015
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    I had a naked portafilter for a year and half before I figured it out. Tried it a couple of times when I bought it, but it was really messy and I gave up. I assumed the portafilter was just crappy.

    After seeing videos of people making good looking shots with it, I tried again and experimented a lot with different grinder settings, less ground coffee, and a better tamper. Now I'm making great looking shots. It was a bit frustrating at times, as it was hard to figure out what I was doing wrong.

    I think it's worth it, as I learned a lot by experimenting. I'm not sure my coffee tastes better, but I'm not a pro and I mostly drink it with milk.

  2. Good teaching tool review by Bob on 3/14/2014
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    Do you think you're good or at least decent at making espresso? Do you want to start feeling bad for yourself and question your abilities? This is the portafilter for you.

    I try to be consistent in dose weight and grind settings, but the naked portafilter can be unforgiving about other issues that I might have, such as the tamp and distribution. Since getting the naked portafilter, I've gotten into the habit of using the Weiss Distribution Technique (basically mixing up the grounds with a small knife or fork to try to get more even distribution), and I wouldn't be surprised if I started tamping with a scale some day soon.

    What have I become?

  3. Enjoy being able to see and improve our skills review by Isabell on 1/31/2014
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    Works well and is helping us improve our tamping skills.

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