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Thread: HSN Today's Special - Singer Sew and Go

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    Senior Member sandybeach's Avatar
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    I just noticed that HSN (Home Shopping Network) has a Singer Sew and Go computerized sewing machine for $399.95 if anyone is interested.

    Sorry, I had the wrong link.

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    Hmm. Your link isn't to a Singer. FWIW, I would never buy a new Singer.

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    I saw it last night on HSN. It is a great deal! I believe it is a private release. There is over $500 worth of accessories that come with it! Every foot imaginable!!! The machine retails for almost $600 by itself.

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    On impulse, I bought a Singer Quantum from HSN some years ago, and it's been great. It's computerized and not one bit of trouble. I have used it to FMQ and buttonhole applique. The satin stitch is the best I've seen from any machine. I'm glad I bought it, I noticed the same model Quantum selling used for more then what I paid for mine new.

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    I bought a Singer on the daily special two years ago, it was $499 and had all the bells and whistles also, it was a piece of junk. Never would sew right, had it in for service twice within the first 6 months, finally gave it away. Will never trust a Singer again no matter how good it looks on TV

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    Thanks for the heads up!

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    I was just watching the show. I've never sewn before and I want to learn. Based on everything they said and all the accessories, this looks like a great deal but I'd love to hear from people who know about this.... Is this worth it? It seems user friendly and I could grow with the machine... starting simple and then progress to more amazing things. But again, I know nothing! Advice?

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    i have vintage singers including a FW and i have the newer quantum and i do not see a difference in stitch quality and it sure is nice having all the modern features.

    i never sew on my vintage singers but i do use the newer quantum from time to time.

    if i didn't have my day to day juki i would not having a problem buying this machine.

    i don't know if the quantum will be here 100 years from now like my vintage singers but it doesn't matter to me since i never sew on my 100 year old singer any way.

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    I was kindof wondering about the Sergers too....

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