Kawai ND21 Upright Piano: An Exquisite Blend of Elegance and Musical Precision

Colour: Ebony Polish
Number of Keys: 88 Weighted Keys

Product Overview

Discover the excellence of the Kawai ND21 Upright Piano, a masterpiece in both aesthetics and musical quality, available at Carlingford Music. This piano is not just an instrument but a lifetime investment in music.

Exclusive Features

  • Ultra-Responsive Action & Quality Hammers: The ND21 boasts Kawai’s exclusive Ultra-Responsive Action with selected hardwood hammer shanks and 100% wool felt hammer heads, offering unparalleled touch and feel. Enhanced with aluminum action rails, aluminum hammer rest rails, and ABS action parts, it provides unmatched climatic stability.
  • Exceptional Soundboard: Crafted from the finest quality straight-grained spruce, the ND21’s soundboard exceeds Kawai’s rigorous resonance standards, offering a dynamic range and tonal balance that is simply breathtaking.
  • Elegant Monochrome Design: With its sophisticated black soundboard and silver hardware, the ND21 enhances any room with a touch of modern elegance.

Inclusions with Purchase

  • Matching adjustable stool
  • One free in-home piano tuning
  • A generous 12-year manufacturer’s warranty
  • ground floor Delivery included flights steps extra


  • Dimensions: Height – 121cm, Width – 150cm, Depth – 58cm
  • Weight: 215kg
  • Soundboard Material: Solid Spruce
  • Back Posts: 4
  • Tuning Pins: Nickel Plated
  • Bench Type: Matching Height Adjustable, Padded

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Listed7 months ago
ConditionMint (Used)
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  • ND21EP Upright Piano
  • Ebony Polish
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  • Australia

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