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Thread: Would you buy this machine?

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    Money wise it's sounds like a great idea BUT I have no knowledge of that machine. Good Luck!
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    Yes I would buy it

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    Sounds like a great deal, with the price of new machines, used machines are a good way to get a good machine without the $$$. Especially since this machine has all the extras you want.
    I've never had a Janome, but if you like it, go for it.

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    Yep, yep, yep.

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    Thanks to all for your input. You have pretty much confirmed what I already was thinking. Blessings to each of you

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    I wish I lived closer cuz I would get it myself. I have a Janome 7700 at home and when I go to my friends LQS I use her 11000. Here, they sell for $8,000. I had a chance about a year and a half ago to get a floor model from a LQS in Reno, NV for $4,300 and I am still kicking myself. I would totally jump on that deal!!! Good luck and I know you will never regret this buy. Bonnie
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    Does sound like a great deal!!

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    I bought a new Janome 11000 Special Edition for $7500.00 on special 1and 1/2 yrs ago. It's a version 2. I so love this machine. It's changed how I feel about quilting. Be sure to get a copy of the warranty. Check to see if it's been upgreaded to the special edition and if it hasn't check the cost to do so. The shop and dealer i bought it from has an excellent reputation. Haven't had any problem with it but a small one that may have been my fault. Dealer took care of it right awqway for no charge. I'd check to see how much the MC00E goes for before i traded it. If u trust the dealer, go for it. You will love this machine

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    I've never had a Janome, but this sounds like a good deal if you like and trust the dealer. Test drive the machine and get the warranty in writing, at least written on the receipt. I bought my Bernina 440 used, with a one year dealer warranty, and it's been a dream to sew on.

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    That's an excellent buy. I have the 6600 and love sewing on it. I would jump on an opportunity like that to get the embroidery. Go and try it out with some of your own fabrics, but do it quickly while the offer is still good!

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