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Manual Typewriter

You Will Swear By This Manual Typewriter For Simple Function You Can Count On

Manual Typewriter

You Will Swear By This Manual Typewriter For Simple Function You Can Count On


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This manual typewriter speaks to the lost art of thoughtful letter writing, a practice that calls for an envelope instead of an email address, and a stamp in place of a send button. Firm, patient strokes, required for each of its 44 keys, imprint letters with the old-time character of subtly ghosted letters and variable spacing that gives personality and charm to your correspondence. Updated in sturdy, yet lightweight, ABS impact-resistant housing and hard-shell carrying case. Features a full-sized keyboard; locking carriage for safe portability; 2-color ribbon selector; sliding margin stop and release controls; paper support and release; back space, shift, and shift lock keys; and line space selector. No electricity or tech department required; never crashes. Approx. 141/2"x14"x51/2"; weighs 10 lbs. Replacement ribbon (#H2993) also available.

  • Vintage typewriter boasts a sturdy dependable design
  • Rythmic clickety-clack
  • Hard-shell carrying case
  • Never needs electricity to operate
  • Full-sized keyboard

Whether you’re looking to get away from it all to do a little writing or simply need to type up a label, this manual typewriter is truly indispensable.

Manual Typewriter

Safety Warnings

Before transporting lock carriage and make sure carrying case is secured. Avoid rough handling.

Materials

Plastic housing, Metal type keys

Care

To clean housing use a damp paper towel, to clean metal type keys use a stiff bristle brush or an old toothbrush.

Sizing & Specifications
Origin

Manufactured In: China

Material - Country Of Origin: China

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gift purchase My son is a writer and college professor and he wanted to experience writing without all the electronic stuff. The Royal was perfect for that-he really loves it. October 29, 2013
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