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Return Bar and Manufacturing


There were some concerns about our return bar design but rest assured we have made the proper engineering and budgetary changes necessary to accommodate it. 


There was much deliberation in the design.  But I believe we achieved the right balance of retro and future in one classic but sleek finish.

Looking ahead, in the next few weeks, we will be showing off our very first production prototype so stay tune for pics and vids! :)



Jun 09, 2016 • Posted by Cinthia

Hello, My question is the same as Michael Markman’s above. Is there a way to get the bell sound with the carriage return? Thanks.

May 31, 2015 • Posted by Michael Markman

Have you given any thought to including an end-of-line DING sound? I listened to your SoundCloud recording and I missed hearing the bell and carriage return sounds.

May 11, 2015 • Posted by Brian

@Tracy – Thanks for thinking of us! The reason why we chose Bluetooth is because of it’s predictable longevity. Wired connections with Apple however historically have constantly evolved as you know – 30 pin, lighting cable, USB, now USB mini, thunderbolt, Firewire, no Firewire. Nearly every Apple product ships with Bluetooth built in and it hasn’t changed in nearly a decade since Apple started using Bluetooth. I don’t see this changing at all.

Apr 17, 2015 • Posted by Tracey

I love the design of this keyboard and I really want one. The issue is how long will this design be compatible with an iPad? What about when Apple issues a new generation of iPads with a different bluetooth technology, have I just spent $US300 for a tool I can no longer use. Your response would be appreciated.

Apr 15, 2015 • Posted by Krista

I woke up this morning with a memory of my dad and the typewriter he used, and the memory of the typewriter I learned to type on so many years ago, and wrote this poem. An hour later, I saw your kickstarter campaign! Thank you so much for creating this awesome product! Can’t wait to get one.

The Writer

Early in the morning, always dark outside
Strong black coffee and cigarette nearby
Hands flying, clickety clack over the typewriter keys
Wrestling words onto the page.
Mumbled curses, shouts of triumph!
Finally, the satisfied sound of papers shuffled together,
Hurriedly pushed into black brief case, closed with a zip.

The writer rushes in to join his family
A quick bite to eat,
Then man and pages disappear
Into that old Chevy Nova and away down the mountain!
Delivering his words to the world.
He is many years gone now
Yet his words live on.

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