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Unplug from your digital life and recall simpler times as you build a LEGO® Ideas model of an old-fashioned typewriter (21327). The design is inspired by the classic typewriter used by the LEGO Group’s founder Ole Kirk Kristiansen, and it moves and sounds just like the real thing. The brick-built centre typebar rises each time a letter key is pressed and is linked to the carriage that moves across as you type. There is also a platen roller that you can feed real paper into.

Created by a LEGO fan for fans
Created by a LEGO fan and voted for by LEGO fans, this detailed typewriter model comes with a letter written by Thomas Kirk Kristiansen, a member of the fourth generation of the LEGO Group’s owner family – slot his letter into the typewriter to complete a delightful display piece.

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Part of a collection of premium-quality LEGO building kits for adults, this model comes with clear instructions and makes the best gift for yourself, LEGO fans, writers and lovers of all things retro.

Spark nostalgic feelings and the curiosity of younger fans who have never seen a typewriter before with this LEGO® Ideas build-and-display model (21327) that moves and sounds like the real thing.
Features a centre typebar that rises each time a letter key is pressed, linked to a carriage that moves across as you type, plus a platen roller that you can feed real paper into.
The design is inspired by the classic typewriter used by the LEGO Group’s founder Ole Kirk Kristiansen.
Includes a booklet with 43 language versions of a letter written and signed by Thomas Kirk Kristiansen of the LEGO Group’s owner family. Choose your language and put the letter in the typewriter.
Great for spending quality time alone or with the family, this nostalgic, collectible model makes a unique birthday or holiday gift for yourself, LEGO® fans, writers and lovers of all things retro.
The typewriter model measures over 4.5 in. (11 cm) high, 10.5 in. (27 cm) wide and 10.5 in. (26 cm) deep and is a delightful display piece to photograph and share pictures of with friends.
The 2,079-piece buildable model also comes with an illustrated booklet featuring the set’s fan designer and LEGO® designers, plus step-by-step instructions to guide you through this challenging build.
This building set for adults is part of a collection of exciting LEGO® Ideas models, each created by a fan designer, voted for by thousands of LEGO fans and produced by the LEGO Group.
Ever since 1958, LEGO® components have met stringent industry standards to ensure that they are compatible and connect consistently for robust builds.
LEGO® bricks and pieces are tested in almost every way imaginable to make sure that they meet demanding global safety standards.

Missing parts: Ive replaced some of the missing parts with simmilar pink bricks

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1 month ago
thanks, I've been waiting to look at it in mecabricks, because I'm kind of going back and fourth on getting it, and the pink bricks are very helpful
just look at those techniques is mind-boggling.
1 month ago
Yeah. the instructions became avaliable on the 1st so I raced to try and be one of the first to build it here and it definatily has some difficult techniques here
1 month ago
yup, I can tell, but it looks like typewriter
it must have taken a while to do, especially the typing mechanism 0_0.
1 month ago
It’s ironic how you release the model and it gets ignored, but then @Stephan releases it and becomes a set and gets featured…
1 month ago
Its not ironic. just bad luck, I already had a post featured on the main page at the time so having two on the homepage seems unfair so Stephans version is featured instead. im okay with it
4 weeks ago
4 weeks ago
nope. AmyOak quite obviously did this herself. It was actually released at nearly the same time, and can you please stop threatening to report people? It's quite annoying and very untrue.
4 weeks ago
STOP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LEAVE ME TO REPORT !!!!
4 weeks ago
I posted this a few hours before Stephan though, we both made them at a simmilar time because the instructions became avaliable on the 1st and it took me 2 days to make so i assume it also took stephan 2 days and thats why we posted at a similar time
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