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Michley SS-602 Sew & Sew Electronic Sewing Machine with 60 Stitch Functions

by Michley

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  • Electronic sewing machine with 12 adjustable built-in stitches
  • Double thread; 2 speeds; can sew sleeves; 1-step button sewing
  • Forward and reverse; numbered tension dial; auto thread rewind; sewing light
  • Includes 2 thread spools, 2 bobbins, needle, threader, foot pedal, and adaptor
  • Measures approximately 13-4/5 by 6-2/7 by 10-3/5 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.8 x 6.3 x 10.6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0021L932C
  • Item model number: LSS-602
  • Average Customer Review: 1.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #186,927 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

The LSS-602 from Michley is an electronic sewing machine that features 12 built-in stitch patterns - each stitch pattern has adjustable length and width for 5 more styles. It also has double thread, double speed, forward and reverse sewing and automatic thread rewind. Use had switch or foot pedal to start. Sews sleeves, tacks button, built-in sewing light. Drawer, thread cutter, food pedal, adaptor and thread bag included. Uses DC 12V power.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Alyson on February 11, 2013
I purchased this machine from another site because I thought I was getting a good deal. I have seen some reviews on the web bosting this machine as great for beginners. In my experience, this is not the case. My biggest complaint is the lack of materials that this comes with. I went to a class for beginner sewers (10 other women and myself). Most of us were just getting our machines out of the box for the first time. I was shocked to find out that most other people had gotten machines plus 5 or 6 replacement needles, 5 or 6 presser feet for different functions, and a number of other helpful items that I didn't get. Also, when going through the basic stitch functions, the length and width on this machine is hard to set. Everyone else got a nice embroidery zig zag stitch but even on my shortest stitch, I couldn't achieve the quality. The machines these people had were 10 - 20 less expensive then the machine that I got, but they were definitely better. I wish I had done more research before I got this, now I can't return it.

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This machine is even worse then I originally thought. It doesn't come with any of the presser feet that most machines come with. Those cost between 15 and 20 dollars to get alone. I have not been able to successfully sew anything. The stitches are inconsistent and not nearly as neat and pretty as the stitches I've seen others get with the Brother that is only 1 dollar more than this at Walmart. Very disappointed. I am going to try and sell this, and get a Brother. :(
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr&Mrs.K on December 30, 2012
As the other reviewer stated, its lightweight, has plenty of stitches to choose from, etc. I have been making diapers on it, and time after time the biggest problem I have with it is that the thread keeps breaking, or if you dont have 6 inches of extra thread when starting it will all pull out. I cant tell you how many time in the last few days Ive had to rethread the needle. It has worked on some thicker material, but it does have a hard time. As a "beginner" (I use to sew years ago and am picking it back up again) it does everything I need for right now. But it wont be 'the machine' for the next 10 years or anything.
Update: It wasnt even "the machine" for a week before it quit working. The timing was thrown out for no apparent reason. I could understand if I was "beating" on it with heavy material... but this was simply not the case. I just ordered a Brothers for the same price. Much better machine. I do miss the ease of changing stitches by pressing a button, instead I have to turn a nob. But other than that, its a much smoother, quitter machine, with more features like a darning plate, needle threader, super easy bobbin drop in, and a zipper, narror hem, and buttonhole foot. Also the pressure foot is a lot smoother. I am very happy with my Brother XL2600I so far.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By L. Brandon on June 8, 2012
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I really wanted to give this machine a fair shake since the other Michley sewing products here have an average rating by customers. This is *very* light in weight, easy to carry, and will fit in any universal sewing machine case with room for extra accessories. Aside from two metal bobbins, two small spools of thread (black and white), the accompanying loaded white spool and bobbin, an extra needle, a needle threader, and maybe a screwdriver--this machine comes with nothing else extra. By extra I mean stuff like extra pressing feet, seam ripper, and mini brush duster.
The good points of this machine is that it does have a drop in bobbin, you can drop the feed dogs, has a reverse stitch lever, free arm, option to use a hand switch to run the machine or use the foot pedal, and there are numerous stitches to enjoy. The button hole process is 4 step; completely manual. There is no buttonhole foot.
When using the bobbin winder, the machine needle bobs up and down while you are winding (the winding is slow in comparison to other machines). The machine itself is noisy to me. It wobbles while in use.
You can find a YouTube video or two on how to wind a bobbin.

I tried to hem a pair of Carhart casual work pants, which were made of a thick cotton/polyester blend. On several tries I was unable to completely penetrate the fabric and the needle bent (didn't break, but arced). When I used the hand wheel to give it a 'start' before using the foot pedal--the needle went up and as soon as it came back down...it bent. I pondered how it was possible for the sturdy folded test fabric with sample stitches that came with the machine actually happen.

In short, this is a machine I might consider recommending for children, or those that would be sewing light fabrics.
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