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SINGER Sewing Machine £79.99 @ LIDL

£79.99 @ LIDL
From 18tth of August, Lidl are having a sewing event. SAME MACHINE HERE FOR £159.00: http://www.singermachines.co.uk/singer-tradition-2282.htm?gclid=CKbPifjIu84CFcW4GwodvJIJXA The model details: … Read More
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9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago
From 18tth of August,

Lidl are having a sewing event.

SAME MACHINE HERE FOR £159.00:
http://www.singermachines.co.uk/singer-tradition-2282.htm?gclid=CKbPifjIu84CFcW4GwodvJIJXA

The model details:

A classic, trusted design, with a heavy duty metal frame and 32 built-in stitches
With automatic needle threader and fully automatic 1-step buttonhole function
Simple stitch selection wheel, adjustable stitch length and width
Model: 2282

Also available :
http://www.lidl.co.uk/en/our-offers-2491.htm?action=showDetail&id=36275
CRELANDO Sewing Thread Sets
£3.99 each

http://www.lidl.co.uk/en/our-offers-2491.htm?action=showDetail&id=36274
CRELANDO Overlock Thread

£1.49 each

http://www.lidl.co.uk/en/our-offers-2491.htm?action=showDetail&id=36272
CRELANDO Deluxe Sewing Kit
£6.99 per set

http://www.lidl.co.uk/en/our-offers-2491.htm?action=showDetail&id=36273
CRELANDO Sewing Machine Accessories
£3.99 each

GOOD DEAL IN MY OPINION!
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#1
Can i book it online?
#2
ambasv
Can i book it online?


Unfortunately not.
#3
anyone find reviews on this machine?
#4
stevevalo
anyone find reviews on this machine?


its a good basic machine to. meet your everyday needs.

this is a steal at this price 8)
1 Like #5
Singer, really? Not a Silvercrest oO
1 Like #6
You will find the machine under multiple brands as Singer is not a sewing machine manufacturer any more it is brand owned by a company that licences it to be put on sewing related products.
4 Likes #7
Bought one for the other half to take to sewing classes. Was returned on teachers advice as the previous years class had bought loads, and half of them broke before the course finished. The Lidl model is a budget Indian machine. Suppose its alright for light use. Janome probably a better bet.
#8
czechoslovakia
Bought one for the other half to take to sewing classes. Was returned on teachers advice as the previous years class had bought loads, and half of them broke before the course finished. The Lidl model is a budget Indian machine. Suppose its alright for light use. Janome probably a better bet.

Any particular models that the teacher recommended? TIA.
2 Likes #9
HostessOnAShoeString
czechoslovakia
Bought one for the other half to take to sewing classes. Was returned on teachers advice as the previous years class had bought loads, and half of them broke before the course finished. The Lidl model is a budget Indian machine. Suppose its alright for light use. Janome probably a better bet.
Any particular models that the teacher recommended? TIA.
On checking, she recommended the Janome 2015a or 2060 as a budget/learner machine, or the 603 for someone who`s going to be serious about sewing (but 3x this price).
I bought the 603, and its been sat in a cupboard since she finished the course :-(
#10
Janome is surely the best. but at this price point this is probably a good one. or john lewis' own brand is highly spoken on as well roughly 90£
1 Like #11
jeczap
Singer, really? Not a Silvercrest oO
Better if it were - Singer's a name best avoided these days. Quality machines once (a very long time ago) but the last proper Singer was made getting on for 50 years ago. Now it's just a name stuck on cheap imports to con people.
#12
kay9
Janome is surely the best. but at this price point this is probably a good one. or john lewis' own brand is highly spoken on as well roughly 90£


school class replaced all 'reliable' janomes with John Lewis, had few issues in the 2 years they've been through heavy use, with the plan being easier to simply replace whole machine than have a part replaced on a better brand
#13
Brother are a really good make as well, it's all down to personal preference. I love brothers and have had one last 15 years but recently upgraded as I now require more from my machine. I would suggest going to local retailers (independents are better as they won't push you into a wrong decision) and have a go at using the machines. Any decent retailer will let you do this and will actually point out different features on the machine. One good thing to look for buttonhole use just one step is better than 2 step
#14
which school?
#16
Newbold
jeczap
Singer, really? Not a Silvercrest oO
Better if it were - Singer's a name best avoided these days. Quality machines once (a very long time ago) but the last proper Singer was made getting on for 50 years ago. Now it's just a name stuck on cheap imports to con people.

Then go for one with a 15 year guarantee:
http://www.singerdirect.co.uk/pages/guarantee
#17
John lewis =, janome, according to my research
#18
donslibi
Newbold
jeczap
Singer, really? Not a Silvercrest oO
Better if it were - Singer's a name best avoided these days. Quality machines once (a very long time ago) but the last proper Singer was made getting on for 50 years ago. Now it's just a name stuck on cheap imports to con people.
Then go for one with a 15 year guarantee:http://www.singerdirect.co.uk/pages/guarantee
Company has nothing to do with Singer but that does look like a remarkably good guarantee, even with the £10 each way carriage costs for the annual service. That might put a lot of people off on a cheaper machine but for a well used machine it's excellent.
#19
I got a Singer Overlocker last year when they had they had both the sewing machine and overlocker on offer. It was a really good deal, less than half the normal price and it works well.
#20
Newbold
donslibi
Newbold
jeczap
Singer, really? Not a Silvercrest oO
Better if it were - Singer's a name best avoided these days. Quality machines once (a very long time ago) but the last proper Singer was made getting on for 50 years ago. Now it's just a name stuck on cheap imports to con people.
Then go for one with a 15 year guarantee:http://www.singerdirect.co.uk/pages/guarantee
Company has nothing to do with Singer but that does look like a remarkably good guarantee, even with the £10 each way carriage costs for the annual service. That might put a lot of people off on a cheaper machine but for a well used machine it's excellent.

It is Singer, I called and spoke to them regarding this offer when I bought mine earlier this yer.
#21
donslibi
Newbold
donslibi
Newbold
jeczap
Singer, really? Not a Silvercrest oO
Better if it were - Singer's a name best avoided these days. Quality machines once (a very long time ago) but the last proper Singer was made getting on for 50 years ago. Now it's just a name stuck on cheap imports to con people.
Then go for one with a 15 year guarantee:http://www.singerdirect.co.uk/pages/guarantee
Company has nothing to do with Singer but that does look like a remarkably good guarantee, even with the £10 each way carriage costs for the annual service. That might put a lot of people off on a cheaper machine but for a well used machine it's excellent.
It is Singer, I called and spoke to them regarding this offer when I bought mine earlier this yer.
They might prefer people to think that, but actually it's CLF Distributors Ltd T/A Singer Direct - no connection with the Singer Corporation. Not that it matters much. :)

CLF DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED Company number 00975232
Registered office address 1 Beauchamp Court, Victors Way, Barnet, Hertfordshire, EN5 5TZ
Company status Active
Company type Private limited Company
Incorporated on 20 March 1970
Previous company names

DELTA SEWING LIMITED 21 Jun 2016 - 22 Jun 2016
COOPER SEWING MACHINES LIMITED 20 Mar 1970 - 21 Jun 2016
#22
Newbold
donslibi
Newbold
donslibi
Newbold
jeczap
Singer, really? Not a Silvercrest oO
Better if it were - Singer's a name best avoided these days. Quality machines once (a very long time ago) but the last proper Singer was made getting on for 50 years ago. Now it's just a name stuck on cheap imports to con people.
Then go for one with a 15 year guarantee:http://www.singerdirect.co.uk/pages/guarantee
Company has nothing to do with Singer but that does look like a remarkably good guarantee, even with the £10 each way carriage costs for the annual service. That might put a lot of people off on a cheaper machine but for a well used machine it's excellent.
It is Singer, I called and spoke to them regarding this offer when I bought mine earlier this yer.
They might prefer people to think that, but actually it's CLF Distributors Ltd T/A Singer Direct - no connection with the Singer Corporation. Not that it matters much. :)
CLF DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED Company number 00975232
Registered office address 1 Beauchamp Court, Victors Way, Barnet, Hertfordshire, EN5 5TZ
Company status Active
Company type Private limited Company
Incorporated on 20 March 1970
Previous company names
DELTA SEWING LIMITED 21 Jun 2016 - 22 Jun 2016
COOPER SEWING MACHINES LIMITED 20 Mar 1970 - 21 Jun 2016

Let me guess, you work for Companies House?
#24
Re comment 21. Please be aware that COOPERS mentioned here is a company featured on Watchdog a couple of years ago. Google Coopers sewing machines and beware!
#25
Says
Model 2282
Prod. be 230036-251
IAN NO 271595
Order no 7410630
Made in Vietnam

on the box
#26
Bagged one this morning.
#27
Edsmum
Re comment 21. Please be aware that COOPERS mentioned here is a company featured on Watchdog a couple of years ago. Google Coopers sewing machines and beware!
Thanks for that. I wondered why they'd changed the name of the company. That explains it. So on top of making themselves look like part of Singer (which they're not ) they're covering over the old Cooper name. Best avoided I think.
#28
Did well in last years test review in Germany.
Number 1 out of 9 reviewed.

http://www.testberichte.de/p/singer-tests/tradition-2282-testbericht.html
#29
The cashier told me that they sold this model last year and also in 2014 and it came with a 3 year guarantee. I'm not sure if this is the case as there's no mention of this on the receipt.
#30
I bought a Singer Sewing Machine in Aldi a few years ago and then bought a Singer overlocker at Lidl a couple of years ago. All working fine, just learn how to maintain a sewing machine.

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