Lavender Braille Writer

Produced 1962-1982

Designed by Raymond Lavender
American Printing House for the Blind

Lavender Braille Writer

A modernized braille writer, the Lavender allowed the paper to exit through the cover in a way similar to a typewriter. The keys are rectangular and the design is compact with no protruding parts. The cover, which is an integral part of the design, snaps on the case. The case and cover are made of Cycolac, a high impact resistant plastic. After the writer was in use for some time, it was discovered that the plastic material tended to warp and production was discontinued.

Size: 16½ x 5 x 5¾

Weight: 9 pounds 10 ounces


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