Typewriter Note Dispenser
Vintage-style paper note box and dispenser.
If you can remember a time when your keyboard wasn’t attached to a screen, you’ll get a kick out of the Typewriter Note Dispenser. It’s a fun analog way to grab paper notes that you can jot on with another old school transcription device—the pen.
All 55 sheets of paper have watermarks like, “From the Desk of”, “Memo”, or “Duly Noted”. You can even put your own name in the header or have a little nostalgic fun and list Clark Kent instead.
When you've exhausted the included paper, you can replace with standard pop-up notes or use the "typewriter" as a cool keepsake box.
Features & specs
- Vintage typewriter style box
- Material: cardboard
- 55 pieces of paper with watermarks
- Typewriter dimensions: 5” x 4 ⅛” x 2 ½” (12.7cm x 10.5cm x 6.35cm)
- Note dimensions: 4” x 5.25” (10.16cm x 13.35cm)
The Typewriter Note Dispenser adds antique allure to your desk with a charming rendering of a classic typewriter.
The flat sides of the shaped cardboard model are cleverly drawn to give the illusion of depth. The paper feeds out through the slot on top, so it appears like you’re about to type up your next masterpiece.
The Typewriter Note Dispenser includes 55 note pages. Keeping with the style of old typewriter paper, the notes even include watermarks. You’ll enjoy the clever “Duly Noted”, the official “From the desk of”, and the tongue-in-cheek “100% Brilliant.”
The 4” x 5.25” notes are perforated so you can tear one off in a hurry.
When the included notes run out, you can easily refill with your own. The Typewriter Note Dispenser is compatible with any pop-up, accordion-style notes. Select the notes of your choosing, feed them through the opening, and you’re ready to resume recording.
If you want to retire the Typewriter Note Dispenser from office work, consider taking it home. The decorative box doubles as a great way to store your meaningful mementos. It exudes a nostalgic air that’s perfect for memories.
Question: Can I use any sticky note with this?
Answer: If you want to be able to continuously tear off and feed through new notes, you’ll need to use accordion-style pop-up notes in your Typewriter Note Dispenser.
Question: Do the keys make a “clack” sound?
Answer: The keyboard is just an illustration on a smooth piece of cardboard, so you’ll need to supply your own sound effects.
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