You don't have to be a bean head to want a solid cup of coffee or espresso, and you don't need to spend a month's rent on a machine to get it. The award-winning ROK Manual Espresso Maker, voted into GQ's Best Stuff of 2012, is a non-electric espresso maker made from engine-grade metal that's durable and lightweight.
Why a manual press? The ROK lets you maintain total control over the brewing pressure thanks to built-in levers. It ships with a tamper/measuring spoon, a detachable double-shot spout, and a stainless steel frothed for making rich milk for lattes, cappuccinos and macchiatos. Once you make your brew manually, you may never go back to electric.