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Rancilio Silvia Bottomless Portafilter - Version 3
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- Naked Portafilter
- Includes 3 cup (21 gram) filter basket
- Original Manufacturer Rancilio Parts
- Great for observing the details of making a shot of espresso.
- It will provide you with immediate feedback and can see if channeling occurs right away.
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Version 3 Rancilio Silvia Naked Portafilter that includes 3 cup filter basket. OEM parts. Great for observing your process of making a shot of espresso.
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The retention spring in the basket is a bit tough though, and can be difficult to pop out the basket to clean it.
I've used it with both the triple shot basket (included) and my existing double basket. It is great to be able to see the crema begin to pool out from the bottom of the filter. Check out the attached video of it in action.
I'm still figuring out the world of espresso makers. I have a Gaggia Classic and the only bottomless portafilter that I've found so far for my machine isn't made by the manufacturer. I thought I'd try the Rancilio version when I read that it was very well made. Indeed, this looks and feels very well made. Holding this portafilter and my Gaggia portafilter I must admit that I liked the Rancilio version better. Holding the two filters sided by side the Rancilio basket rim looks more robust and it looks a bit larger than the Gaggia version. In the picture I think the Rancillio basket looks a bit smaller only because the spout on the bottom of the Gaggia filter raises it up closer to the camera. Note the difference in the angle of the tabs on the side of the filters relative to the handle.
Since I thought the connection was fairly standard so I decided to give the Rancilio a try. The tab angle would have been no problem if it fit otherwise--I wouldn't mind that much if the handle didn't stick out at the same angle. Well--it doesn't fit the Gaggia Classic because the diameter is slightly too large.
This triple shot basket and bottomless portafilter works excellent and has that wow factor as you watch your liquid black honey pump into your cup. A majority of the time I drink my espresso straight up black, so having a bit more to sip on is a welcome addition compared to my smaller filter. Also making one extra macchiato at a sitting helps saves time and increases work by 50 percent compared to the double shot. BONUS!
It does feel a bit lighter than the original filter due to the missing spout, but none the less, it feels very durable. The basket itself lodges inside the filter very snug and can be a bit difficult to remove by hand if you try to grab the lip. The engineer in me took a few minutes and realized, just flip it over upside down, and push the filter out through. Way easier!
The only slight downside is since it doesn't have the spout, so it can't sit on my rocky grinder hands free. Typically I allow my spouted one to sit there while operating/cleaning/drying my espresso machine. No bid deal I suppose; just leave it on the counter.
I am glad I made the extra purchase for this portafilter and believe that if you have a rancilio espresso machine, you won't regret it.