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Thread: Brother NX-450Q Innov-is Quilting Machine

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    Brother NX-450Q Innov-is Quilting Machine

    I may have posted this twice - I am new at this and don't know where to post this type of question but anyway, does anyone have knowledge of the Innov-is NX-450Q quilting machine? I am thinking of buying one and would like any advice good or bad you can give me. Thanks

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    I have the Babylock version of the QC-1000 and it has been a very solid machine, the NX450 and 650 Q are just a step down from the QC but should be very solid machines, and very user friendly. I wouldn't hesitate to buy it. I look at those when I was in the market, but when I found out about the no interest payments I just decided to get the higher model and make payments otherwise I would have gone for the 650Q

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dolphyngyrl View Post
    I have the Babylock version of the QC-1000 and it has been a very solid machine, the NX450 and 650 Q are just a step down from the QC but should be very solid machines, and very user friendly. I wouldn't hesitate to buy it. I look at those when I was in the market, but when I found out about the no interest payments I just decided to get the higher model and make payments otherwise I would have gone for the 650Q
    Thanks for your information, I am still a little nervous about ordering something so expensive on the internet. Sure would like to have this machine. The wholesale warehouse here is $300.00 more expensive than the one on the internet.

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    http://sewing.patternreview.com/Sewi.../Review/1/3652

    I don't know anything about this machine but found this review that may help you. What I can tell you is that I have a Brother NX 2000 that I love, a Brother PR 620 embroidery machine that I love and a Brother serger that I am learning to love as I learn to use it.

    My Brother machines are very user friendly and have been easy to learn. The accessories are reasonably priced. My NX 200 has a large table like the 450Q and that is one of my favorite things about it. The 450Q looks quite a bit like my machine and seems to have many of the same features. I love my machine and have never looked back after buying it. It has allowed me to explore some stitching skills I never had.

    Good luck in buying your machine.

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    I have the 650Q and love my machine. My only issue is that I would not have spent the extra money for the 650Q for the letters and numbers as I do not care for how they come out. I would have gotten the 450Q instead. I have had mine for 5 years and love love love it. I prefer it to my friends Bernina. Let us know if you get it and how you like it.
    Myrna

    They say money does not buy happiness, but it buys fabric & fabric makes me happy!!

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