Axpona Runwell Used by Audio Technica
This is the Detroit Made Shinola Runwell that was used at Axpona by Audio Technica. At the time (pre-COVID) there was the potential for Shinola to use AT cartridges and this was a bit of a foreshadow of what was to come. When what happened with the world
Most of the pictures are the "Stock" images but the one with the background is of the actual table. Lightly used form being at the show.
Description "borrowed" from our friends at Music Direct:
A Set-It-and-Forget-It Turntable with Audiophile Sound and Generalist Ease of Use: Handcrafted Shinola Runwell Marries Discerning Fidelity, American Ingenuity, and Beautiful Aesthetics
The flourishing Detroit company that put high-quality, craft-based American manufacturing back on the map. The New Jersey analog visionaries responsible for designing many of the world's leading high-end turntables for the past several decades. Forming an extraordinary partnership, Shinola and VPI teamed up to create an even more extraordinary musical instrument. Marrying exacting performance and magnificent sound with delightful ease of use, the set-it-and-forget it Runwell turntable features a built-in phono preamplifier, leather platter mat, and factory-mounted Ortofon 2M Blue cartridge. Every element – including the gorgeous plinth, precision-machined aluminum platter, and powerful, ultra-quiet motor – is hand-assembled piece by piece. Each detail looks and sounds like a work of art. Runwell epitomizes the all-too-rare integration of precision-minded construction, American ingenuity, beautiful aesthetics, and discerning fidelity.