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Thread: janome 6300

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    I am looking at a used janome 6300. Do any of you have one and do you like it.

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    I was at a dealers today and they tried to sell me their demo for $1,000. I don't think that's a deal. You can by on line new for that. Will be interested to see the responses.

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    I bought one earlier in the year. It was the floor demo (but had barely been touched) and got it for $900 and no sales tax (love Delaware big ticket shopping). Money-wise it was as far as I wanted to go. There's so much about it I love and there's nothing I don't.

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    this one is 3 mo. old barely used and she wants 600 for it.

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    Wow! That sounds like a great price. Do you know the person selling it? I just haven't been able to find much in the way of internet commentary on the pros & cons of this machine, which is frustrating.

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    No I don't know her but she lives in the same state I do. I guess that doesn't say much for her being legite. :lol:
    I use and love my husqvarna D1. I am wondering if it would be something I would love to quilt with like the D1. I want to leave the D1 set up for embroidery and sew or quilt on the other. I'm wondering how it sews compared to the D1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter53
    this one is 3 mo. old barely used and she wants 600 for it.
    I am wondering what she'll be buying to replace it. Is she sticking with Janome or going to a different make. I only reason I'd sell my 6300 would be to upgrade to a newer Janome.

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    She said she bought a Bernina. Said she loved the Janome and was sad to see it go. I think she probably wanted the embroidery, also.
    Quote Originally Posted by It'sJustMe
    Quote Originally Posted by quilter53
    this one is 3 mo. old barely used and she wants 600 for it.
    I am wondering what she'll be buying to replace it. Is she sticking with Janome or going to a different make. I only reason I'd sell my 6300 would be to upgrade to a newer Janome.

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    Whew! I bought it. Talked it over with my DH and God. I'm nervous but excited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter53
    Whew! I bought it. Talked it over with my DH and God. I'm nervous but excited.
    Congratulations! I know the one authority you spoke with wouldn't steer you wrong.
    I wonder if it will still be under warranty since it's still new. If you didn't know, Janome has a pretty good web site and you can use their 'Ask Jan' system to ask any question you may have. Or you can PM me, although I'm no authority. This will take you to 'Ask Jan' >>>
    http://content.janome.com/index.cfm/Search

    Happy Quilting!

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