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singer tradition 2282 sewing machine [email protected] A lightweight entry-level machine for beginners
With 32 built-in stitches including 19 decorative and 6 stretch stitches
With adjustable stitch length & width, automatic 1-step buttonhole function and automatic needle threader
Includes a comprehensive accessory set

its the same machine which was on offer few months ago.
hope it helps someone!
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#1
any comments/advice on what its like?
1 Like #2
good price however cannot find any reviews on this. any advice from anyone regarding quality of this machine would be helpful
#3
It's a good price for what it is. It's a decent enough beginners machine and very easy to use. On the down side, Singer really aren't the name synonymous with top quality sewing any more.
#4
I Have just called Singer UK and the Tradition 2282 is not made in the UK its from Germay. The warranty is not valid in the UK
#5
Anyone know what wattage the machine is
1 Like #6
Surely the guarantee is valid if it is being advertised in English stores. I've had a Singer machine for over 40 years and it has just given up the ghost so I'm looking for a replacement .
1 Like #7
Can I just suggest that for those of you who are looking to purchase a new machine have a look at the amazing deals available on sewing machines direct?

They offer absolutely outstanding deals and next day delivery is included in the price. In addition, their guarantee is around 5 years for most machines and they also throw in some amazing free gifts, such as thread, scissors, tape measures.

Quite honestly, Singer don't make them the way they did, 40 years ago. But that's just my personal opinion.
#8
Jasper14
I Have just called Singer UK and the Tradition 2282 is not made in the UK its from Germay. The warranty is not valid in the UK
That simply cannot be true. Lidl gives 3 years warranty anyway.
#9
WantaViscount
Can I just suggest that for those of you who are looking to purchase a new machine have a look at the amazing deals available on sewing machines direct?

They offer absolutely outstanding deals and next day delivery is included in the price. In addition, their guarantee is around 5 years for most machines and they also throw in some amazing free gifts, such as thread, scissors, tape measures.

Quite honestly, Singer don't make them the way they did, 40 years ago. But that's just my personal opinion.

I can vouch for Sewing Machines Direct, plus if you get one of the machines with the free sewing pack it's even better value. You get 50 big reels of thread (not bad quality), scissors, thread unpicker (which will be your new best friend) and other goodies. They will also price match other retailers.

However, avoid Sewing Machines Discount, they're part of Coopers Sewing Machines who have been on watchdog etc and if you read the reviews online you'll wonder how they're still in business. I called them and the man was rude and abrupt, I'd avoid them at all costs.
#10
poshaffi
any comments/advice on what its like?


I've had this machine for a year and it works great on basic projects
#11
these are fab! I've had a singer for a few years now and no problem what so ever.... nothing wrong with this machine at all! fab price! x
#12
I also bought this machine last year. Great for a basic machine, has a good selection of stitches aswell.
Really pleased with this machine, I would buy it again in a heartbeat.
#13
Looks similar to the IKEA one for 45 quid
#14
I have one of these machines and its a brilliant little buy for under £100. Its very user friendly in the sense you can plug in, thread and go, no need to spend 4 hours reading the instruction manual and even someone whos never touched a sewing machine would be off and running in under 15mins. Its a solid machine for the money, metal framed so has a bit of weight and sturdiness to it. It threads very easily with a front loading bobbin, and so far has never skipped a stitch on me. I use mine practically daily as I make little pet accessories for a grooming salon and this has coped with everything I've thrown at it. Its pretty much identical to the Singer Tradition 2273 which is the UK version that sells on Amazon for double the price of this(theres actually a few more stitch choices on this one) so if you want a more indepth look at the spec have a look at that one.
Theres nothing fancy stitch wise on it but all the basics are there and there are a few nice decorative stitches to embelish your projects. Embroidery lovers and advanced hobbyists probably wouldn't bat an eye at this basic machine but for day to day general purpose use or an entry level machine for beginners its really hard to fault. I agree that Singer aren't the name they once were in terms of build quality but saying that this in a really nice sturdy machine, no digital techy stuff to go wrong just a good solid does what it says on the tin machine.

P.S Pamela Ann, just had a look on the back and it says 85w :)
#15
I have just puchased this machine singer 2282 from Lidl and in the booket with it it says 3 years guarantee and if anything goes wrong there is an address in Cardiff to deal with the guarantee.
#16
is this better than the ones available at Ikea for roughly £50
#17
Hi. I was looking at this machine yesterday and trying to decide wether to get it or not. I am a complete sewing novice. How does it do on denim? It will be this one or the ikea one for me.
#18
Hi. I was looking at this machine yesterday and trying to decide wether to get it or not. I am a complete sewing novice. How does it do on denim? It will be this one or the ikea one for me.
#19
Sounds very good, Singer machines are usually around £120 or over. None in my local Newbury Lidl though :(
#20
Hi Everyone
I stumbled upon this thread while desperately searching for a Lidl store i could find this machine. i was a Lidl store earlier today and unfortunately, the product is no longer available.
@ Astro_sfw, it will be highly appreciated if you can tell me where you found this product yesterday or if anyone else has an idea.
Thanks all! your efforts will be appreciated.
#21
Does it do hemming stitch to shorten trousers and can it cope with the thickness of denim for hems?
#22
They still have some in the Lidl at Ravenswood Ipswich if it helps anyone
#23
Hi, I am interested in your comments. I have been trying to do free machine embroidery(simple stuff, I do not intend to do anything too fancy!) - do you think this machine would be suitable? My very very old Singer cannot drop the dog feeds (Yes, as old as that!) Thanks
Ann D
BSarahJayne
I have one of these machines and its a brilliant little buy for under £100. Its very user friendly in the sense you can plug in, thread and go, no need to spend 4 hours reading the instruction manual and even someone whos never touched a sewing machine would be off and running in under 15mins. Its a solid machine for the money, metal framed so has a bit of weight and sturdiness to it. It threads very easily with a front loading bobbin, and so far has never skipped a stitch on me. I use mine practically daily as I make little pet accessories for a grooming salon and this has coped with everything I've thrown at it. Its pretty much identical to the Singer Tradition 2273 which is the UK version that sells on Amazon for double the price of this(theres actually a few more stitch choices on this one) so if you want a more indepth look at the spec have a look at that one.
Theres nothing fancy stitch wise on it but all the basics are there and there are a few nice decorative stitches to embelish your projects. Embroidery lovers and advanced hobbyists probably wouldn't bat an eye at this basic machine but for day to day general purpose use or an entry level machine for beginners its really hard to fault. I agree that Singer aren't the name they once were in terms of build quality but saying that this in a really nice sturdy machine, no digital techy stuff to go wrong just a good solid does what it says on the tin machine.

P.S Pamela Ann, just had a look on the back and it says 85w :)
BSarahJayne
I have one of these machines and its a brilliant little buy for under £100. Its very user friendly in the sense you can plug in, thread and go, no need to spend 4 hours reading the instruction manual and even someone whos never touched a sewing machine would be off and running in under 15mins. Its a solid machine for the money, metal framed so has a bit of weight and sturdiness to it. It threads very easily with a front loading bobbin, and so far has never skipped a stitch on me. I use mine practically daily as I make little pet accessories for a grooming salon and this has coped with everything I've thrown at it. Its pretty much identical to the Singer Tradition 2273 which is the UK version that sells on Amazon for double the price of this(theres actually a few more stitch choices on this one) so if you want a more indepth look at the spec have a look at that one.
Theres nothing fancy stitch wise on it but all the basics are there and there are a few nice decorative stitches to embelish your projects. Embroidery lovers and advanced hobbyists probably wouldn't bat an eye at this basic machine but for day to day general purpose use or an entry level machine for beginners its really hard to fault. I agree that Singer aren't the name they once were in terms of build quality but saying that this in a really nice sturdy machine, no digital techy stuff to go wrong just a good solid does what it says on the tin machine.

P.S Pamela Ann, just had a look on the back and it says 85w :)
#24
Dont buy even a packet of needles from anywhere having anything to do with Coopers. Disgusting company with morals. Slated on tv and he is very obnoxious male. Cost me lot of money
#25
Cooper's seeing machines are to be avoided at all cost..had a very bad experience with them some years ago. The manager put the phone down on me too! Wish I had put in a complaint at the time. Please please do not buy from coopers.

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