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The Case of the Mutant Typewriter

by | Feb 6, 2012 | Olympia, Twolympia | 11 comments

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  1. Ton S.

    I immediately thought the suitcase is such a creative idea and then I saw the "Olympia" label… bravo!

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  2. Bill M

    Ingenuity at its finest. Nice case

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  3. Fernando Antunes

    That's amazing! You've bought a case with the same brand name that your typewriter. That's just genious :)

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  4. Duffy Moon

    But let's just say a gorilla (for instance) gets hold of that suitcase. Will you be certain that your beautiful machine is safe?

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  5. Richard P

    It's not as secure as the original Olympia cases, certainly. But then, I don't plan on letting the case out of my hands. I think if I had to trust it to some airline baggage conveyor belt or the like, I would swaddle the machine in foam or bubble wrap.

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  6. Martin A. Rice, Jr.

    Sweet! You could do a lot worse, like the cases for the Olivetti's of the 60s and 70s.

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  7. Mike Speegle

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  8. Mike Speegle

    Kudos for being the first person this century to buy luggage specifically to ferry a typewriter.

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  9. Scott K

    As much as I think the bag and the choice of name is cool…. How beautiful is that typewriter! Brilliant!

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  10. Anonymous

    Not sure which one I like the most… but on balance it has to be the red Olympia, just by a nose though.

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