Argos Value Range 75 stitch computerised sewing machine 1/2 price £99.99
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Argos Value Range 75 stitch computerised sewing machine 1/2 price £99.99

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Found 23rd Jul 2012
I think this is an amazing price for a computerised sewing machine, I'm so tempted to buy it but it'd probably only ever be used for hemming curtains!

Argos Value Range 75 Stitch Computerised Sewing Machine.

This computerised sewing machine from our Argos Value Range offers excellent value without quality compromise. Brimming with a wide range of features, the 2575 includes 75 optional stitches, a variety of stitching functions, convenient drop-in bobbin and impressive embroidery feature to help you expand your projects as you become more experienced.

Model number 2575 computerised sewing machine features:

75 automatic stitches.
Motorised 50 watts.
2 needle positions.
Auto needle threader.
Drop-in bobbin.
Automatic bobbin winding.
1-step buttonhole.
Embroidery feature.
Drop feed mechanism.
Zipper insertion.
Twin needle capability.
Push lever reverse.
Clip-on feet.
LCD screen.
Stitch pattern indicator.
Stitch length control.
Stitch width control.
3 single needles, twin needle, 3 bobbins, seam ripper, button foot, blind hem foot, interweave foot, buttonhole foot, zipper foot, zigzag foot, oiler with oil, cleaning brush, 2 screw drivers, instruction manual, free arm, strong torque for heavy fabric, electronic foot controller.

General information

Weight 7.3kg.
Size H30.7, W42, D19cm.
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Nice one this works out cheaper then getting married,thanks:o)
Edited by: "timtom13" 23rd Jul 2012
I upgraded to the next generation Star Trek model. Now all you have to do is talk to it "make it sew"
Question is... does the foot supply mains to the machine or is it supplying a typical 9v/12v level, meaning the motor isn't that powerful at all...?
I'm thinking of buying this, so that I can cut my own jeans to size. I have no experience at all, will this be okay or is it abit overkill for what I want it for?
jg213

I'm thinking of buying this, so that I can cut my own jeans to size. I … I'm thinking of buying this, so that I can cut my own jeans to size. I have no experience at all, will this be okay or is it abit overkill for what I want it for?


That's the main reason for my question, above.

A low voltage motor (as I have with a cheapo I got from Netto) just doesn't cut it at all with denim.
I am still dithering about this, it would be handy to have a sewing machine but now I'm a bit confused. It says the motor is 50watts, but where could I find out about the voltage? what sort of voltage would be good?
Its argos value and wouldnt last that lo.g. Iv got singer from tesco £75 pedal one tho
Shambles

Question is... does the foot supply mains to the machine or is it … Question is... does the foot supply mains to the machine or is it supplying a typical 9v/12v level, meaning the motor isn't that powerful at all...?



Looking at the zoomed picture shows the pedal is simply a low level switching signal, definitely not mains switched. The plug on the foot pedal gives it away!
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