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Thread: Janome Horizon - Fair Price?

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    Hi-

    I am seriously considering purchasing the Janome Horizon, but was wondering if the $3k price tag is out of the ballpark? I was thinking that some people are purchasing them for $2500 or a little less, but maybe I am wrong?

    Please shed some light on this. Thanks!

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    I got mine in Canada for $2499

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    I got my Janome 9700 for $1799.00
    Love it .

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    $3K is not out of the ball park, but you should be able to get the machine for closer to $2500. Depending on your local dealers, you might have to wait for one of the Janome special promotions though.

    I know a few people have done appreciably better than $2500, but that seems to be the best possible price in my area.

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    Are you any where near Houston Texas they will be having there BIG QUILT SHOW 3rd of Nov You can find some good deals there,

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    $3,000 is the full manufacturer's suggested retail price. my dealer sells it for $2,400. the next lowest price i've heard is $2,500.

    unless your dealer throws in several years of "free" maintenance (as in at least 3 years) and a nice selection of the optional feet and accessories, i'd look elsewhere.

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    Do a search on this subject, there was a post about a month ago, a gal found a vendor in TN that was selling it for $1800. You wouldn't get free lessons but it would still be new and come with a full warranty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hockeyrabbit
    Hi-

    I am seriously considering purchasing the Janome Horizon, but was wondering if the $3k price tag is out of the ballpark? I was thinking that some people are purchasing them for $2500 or a little less, but maybe I am wrong?

    Please shed some light on this. Thanks!
    My DIL just bought this machine for 1400 euro. It's so sad it will be too expensive to import it to you....

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    Hi Canmitch,
    Can you tell me where in Ontario that you found this price? The dealer in Guelph, Triangle Sewing Centre quoted me $3000 and the new dealer in Maxwell (south west of Collingwood) wanted $3200 but that included the new table that just came out. I am interested in this machine but have been hesitating about the price. Many thanks.

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    My lqs just participated in a small quilt show and let the show use at least 20 of those machines. She in turn sells them at a discounted price to anyone interested. It comes with the tutto case ($200 value) for free and of course she takes trade ins on certain Janomes and a free class to learn how to use it. But this is in Houston, Tx. Not sure where you are.

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