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Thread: I need to find value of a Janome 4612TM sewing machine

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    I found a Janome 4612TM and need to find the value so I can determine if I want to buy it. I searched online but, didn't find anything about it. I know it was purchased in 2004 new and hasn't been used. It's being offered for $100 and I just don't want to pay more for it than it's worth. Thanks for any help, Jim

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    That machine is very similar to one Janome tends to keep in their lineup (TB-12, HD1000, L-108, etc.). I've had several incarnations myself, and like all of them. If the mechanical Janomes could move the needle to the right (instead of just center and left), I'd say it was a nearly perfect machine. I wouldn't be disturbed about paying $100, but I'd be happier to pay $75.

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    I tried a search for you and couldn't find any pricing. It is supposedly similar to the Hello Kitty machine and is in the travel mate category. I believe it has about 14 different stitches and is plastic so lightweight. Depending on your needs it sounds like it might be a good machine to take to classes. Try googling "opinions about Janome 4612TM" and there are vague descriptions that might be helpful to you. Sorry I wasn't able to find more info for you.

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    I found one on-line quote of $149 for a new machine.

    http://www.sewingmachineoutlet.com/jtn.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by akrogirl
    I found one on-line quote of $149 for a new machine.

    http://www.sewingmachineoutlet.com/jtn.htm
    Wow, For the extra 50 bucks. I would want the warranty in my name. I'd go for the new one...JMHO :thumbup:

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    Thanks Everyone,...I found it online, it's relatively close to me and its not a machine that I have to have, just a good name brand and it as a fair price I thought..but I think I am gonna see how low he will go with it...I really wasnt looking to buy another one but, would it be a good travel machine

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