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Thread: Euro-Pro Select Sewing Machime???

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    Super Member JUNEC's Avatar
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    Has anyone ever heard of this machine?

    http://tampa.craigslist.org/pnl/hsh/2439620890.html

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    I think it is a Sears brand. Couple of years ago they had Sergers from Euro Pro.
    Don't know if they still carry that brand though. You might have to check with them.

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    Thanks - I saw a serger on Ebay - but not a sewing machine - will check with Sears

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    Hi, I have never heard of them but see that are some reviews on pattern reviews. com...hope this link works
    http://sewing.patternreview.com/Sewi...ine/Euro%20Pro
    just incase you can't pick up the reviews most say lots of stitches but very noisey and vibrates and moves on the table.

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    I know Canadian Tire in Canada carries some models of this machine. They are usually less than $100 and are an entry level machine (all plastic) made to use occassionally. They show up as a sale item in the flyer every little while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little RoO
    Hi, I have never heard of them but see that are some reviews on pattern reviews. com...hope this link works
    http://sewing.patternreview.com/Sewi...ine/Euro%20Pro
    just incase you can't pick up the reviews most say lots of stitches but very noisey and vibrates and moves on the table.
    Thank you, a noisey, vibrating - moving machine is not what I am looking for .
    Think I will pass

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    Super Member JUNEC's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelbie
    I know Canadian Tire in Canada carries some models of this machine. They are usually less than $100 and are an entry level machine (all plastic) made to use occassionally. They show up as a sale item in the flyer every little while.
    What is Canadian Tire? Obviously they sell more than just tires.
    Thank you for the machine info - I am not looking for an occassional machine

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    My sister has one and has always had tenion problems with it. One problem after another. She lost the presser foot and was unable to contact the company for a replacement, had to have the sewing center retro fit a replacement.

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    I've had my Euro Pro Delux Denim since the late 80's and she hasn't given me one single problem since day one. I wonder if they've gone down hill since then?

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    I had the Euro shark it lasted to the end of one quilt and started making a clacking sound. Took it in and was told it was so bad it had to be sent in. In the end it was not worth the money I would
    be out so I set it to the curb with the trash.

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