When I was on the road for a couple months in my tiny camper I packed an Olivetti Lettera 32.
Facit 1620 (1969) Every facet of the Facit is fantastic, from the ultra-glide action of the cylinder and bearing carriage system
Consul 232 (1966) When this typewriter came off the factory floor in 1966, Czechoslovakia was just two years away from
Optima Elite (1950s) It’s hard not to talk about the Optima Elite without comparing it to it’s German cousin, the
Hermes Rocket (1960s) The Hermes Rocket typewriter is a pint-sized powerhouse. This little Rocket is built tough. With its all
Hermes Rocket (1970s) The first thing you notice about a Hermes Rocket typewriter is its compact size and quality workmanship.
Hermes 3000 (1958) When sitting down to a Hermes 3000 for the first time, you feel drawn to the machine
Royal Quiet De Luxe (1946) If you want a solid typewriter that’s stylish and extremely easy to use, go with
Olivetti Underwood Studio 44 (1965) At first glance, you notice the size. For a portable typewriter, it’s rather large. But