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  1. joevc says:

    Very much like my Olympia SF, one of the best in my collection.

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    1. mcfeats says:

      I’m very pleased. I might use it in the classroom to comment on papers. I don’t know much about the ultra line for Olympias. SF, Socialite, and so on. Do you know the history? How did the models develop?

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  2. Bill M says:

    Congratulations on the fine Socialite. I had one that I did not use much (prefer the touch of a Skyriter) so it went to a young typist at one of our Type-Ins who really liked it.

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    1. mcfeats says:

      Thanks. I prefer the quiet thud of the Skyriter but have always been a better typer on Olympias.

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  3. It looks really attractive, and very clean. Should be a good one. Happy typing! I hope your students appreciate their typed remarks.

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  4. Richard P says:

    Great! Pretty hard model name to find in the US. Some people despise these little Olympias and claim they’re hard to type on, but I think they’re fine.

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    1. mcfeats says:

      Speaking for myself, I jam keys much less often on Olympias. I don’t know if that comes down to hand-size or typing style or what, but I generally end up disagreeing with Smith Corona fans. I love those, too, but I don’t type as well on them.

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