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  1. Robert G
    Robert G May 2, 2014 at 21:45 | | Reply

    Despite its deplorably plasticky looks, I have to grant it produces a very pleasing and balanced typeface sample. That must surely redeem it a little?
    (It really is a keyboard with a printer directly attached. The way my kids explained the typewriter as a concept ;-)

  2. Scott K
    Scott K May 2, 2014 at 21:46 | | Reply

    That has an incredibly clean typeface. Still, not the sort of machine that inspires nostalgia. I’m glad someone found some love for it! As for the 80’s digital styling, it is far nicer than some of the other examples out there. Especially of the wedges.

  3. Bill M
    Bill M May 3, 2014 at 19:31 | | Reply

    I had a wedge once. They just do not feel like a typewriter. I wouuld like a working Olivetti Praxis 48 or an IBM Selectric though. Those were my first 2 and would like them in the collection only for sentimental reasons as I prefer to use manual typewriters.

  4. Steve K
    Steve K May 4, 2014 at 02:41 | | Reply

    I like it! It looks similar to the Olivetti Dora 201 – another hump-backed wedge. :)

  5. pieters roland
    pieters roland April 23, 2018 at 16:50 | | Reply

    ik zoek een manuaal voor de typewriter gabriele 110
    thanks in advance bedankt bij voorbaat
    r. Pieters

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