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SINGER 4423 Heavy Duty Extra-High Sewing Speed Sewing Machine with Metal Frame and Stainless Steel Bedplate
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- 23 built-in stitches: 6 basic stitches, 4 stretch stitches, 12 decorative stitches, 1 Buttonhole
- Automatic needle threader; top drop-in bobbin
- 1,100 stitches per minute; 60Percent stronger motor
- Stainless steel bed plate; heavy duty metal Frame; Snap-On Presser feet
- Fully automatic 1-step Buttonhole: make beautiful buttonholes automatically in 1 easy step
- Extra-High Sewing Speed of 1,100 stitches per minute gives you professional speed for faster results
- Heavy Duty Interior Metal Frame ensures that the machine remains still for skip-free sewing
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From the Manufacturer
The SINGER 4423 Heavy Duty sewing machine is a true workhorse
With a Heavy-Duty Metal Frame, Stainless Steel Bedplate, Extra-High Sewing Speed and Powerful Motor, the SINGER 4423 Heavy Duty can sew through just about anything you throw at it.
Whether you're looking to make garment alterations or to start a new project from scratch, the 4423 Heavy Duty is an easy-to-use and versatile machine. Its automatic needle threader is sewing's biggest timesaver, and the machine's 1,100-stitches-per-minute speed allows you to bring your creative ideas to life quickly.
Heavy Duty Features Power Through Projects
Top Drop-In Bobbin with Clear View Cover
Convenient drop-in bobbin is easy to insert and remove. The clear view cover makes it easy to monitor the bobbin thread supply.
1,100 Stitches Per Minute and 60% Stronger Motor
Boasting a stronger motor than conventional sewing machines, sewing up to 1,100 stitches per minute allows you to finish projects in less time than a conventional sewing machine.
Stainless Steel Bed Plate
The unique bed plate ensures smooth fabric feeding for even sewing.
Heavy Duty Metal Frame
The internal skeleton of the sewing machine consists of a Heavy Duty Metal Frame that holds all the mechanisms in perfect alignment for skip-free sewing and overall durability. You can be sure that your sewing machine will last for years of extended use.
Automatic Needle Threader
After effortlessly threading the machine, this feature automatically threads the eye of the needle without eye strain or frustration.
A conveniently located lever, easily and effortlessly moved, will lower the feed dogs for free-motion embroidery, monograms, and for sewing buttons.
Fully Automatic 1-Step Buttonhole
Make beautiful buttonholes automatically in 1 easy step.
All-purpose foot, zipper foot, buttonhole foot, button sewing foot, seam ripper / lint brush, quilting guide, needles, bobbins, screwdriver, auxiliary spool pin, spool pin felt, soft-sided dust cover, power cord/foot control, instruction manual.
Get Started Sewing Faster
23 Built-In Stitches
6 Basic Stitches, 4 Stretch Stitches, 12 Decorative Stitches, 1 Fully Automatic 1-Step Buttonhole—perfect for crafts, home decor, clothing construction and much more!
Four Presser Feet Included
All-purpose foot - for the majority of your sewing projects.
Buttonhole foot - for adding buttonholes, slots for ribbon and more.
Zipper foot - for adding zippers, piping, cording and more.
Button Sewing Foot - adding buttons is a breeze
Put Your Mind at Ease
Social Media Support allows you to connect with other sewers for tips and tricks.
Singer Sewing Company offers a variety of helpful videos tutorials including the following topics: Threading, Installing a Bobbin and Presser Feet Training.
Features & Benefits
- 1,100 Stitches Per Minute
- 60% Stronger Motor
- Stainless Steel Bed Plate
- Heavy Duty Metal Frame
- Top Drop-In Bobbin with Clear View Cover.
- Free Arm
- Three Needle Positions
- Extra-High Presser Foot Lifter.
- Adjustable Presser Foot Pressure Control.
- Automatic Needle Threader.
- 23 Built-In Stitches
- Fully Automatic 1-Step Buttonhole.
- Consumers' Choice
- 25-Year Limited Warranty
Top Customer Reviews
I received my item well packaged and expediently (thanks Amazon). The directions that come with it are not great, but get the basics covered. I utilized the internet for more detailed instruction, and well as for video guidance. After using the sewing machine for several hours, I too became frustrated. So much so, that I initiated a return. It seems I could not get the thread tension correct, and I would end up with tons of bobbin jams. Nobody wants their bobbin in a jam.
After sleeping on it (not literally), I researched more on the internet. I found a few tips that not only helped, my project turned out great and I was able to use the 4423 effectively.
1. Use the felt bobbin spacer if the bobbin is racking in the bobbin case.
2. Important. Use only the plastic - not metal - bobbins.
3. Make sure you thread correctly. Thread tension is critical and is managed at loops #3, #4, and #5. When threading, be sure to give a slight tug to ensure the thread has seated into the blind tensioner. Also don't forget to run the thread behind the guide #6.
4. This might seem obvious, but be sure to drop the presser foot. It's easy to forget especially when setting up thicker fabrics/upholstery. If you forget, you'll know soon enough, by having a mess under the fabric on the bobbin side.
5. Practice with the foot control. It launches from 0 to 60 in a split second.Read more ›
When I started using it, the first thing I noticed was the less-than-stellar quality of some of the decorative stitches, but I figured that it wasn't really a big deal because I do a lot of hand embroidery and don't use those stitches that often. I decided to do a little "test project" on the machine: a zippered pouch with denim lining. The machine ran quickly and quietly on the pima cotton shell and putting the zipper in was a breeze. I was disappointed, however, with how poorly the machine handled the multiple layers of denim in the lining. It started knocking loudly and a few times stopped completely when sewing over a bulky seam, i.e. the feed dogs couldn't pull the fabric through. I rethreaded the machine, adjusted the stitch length, tension, and anything else I could think of that would be cause for "operator error". It didn't help. I guess the machine just isn't as powerful as they chalk it up to be.
I would recommend this machine as an excellent starter for a beginning seamstress. It's a bit more substantial than most of the other "entry level" machines but still has those nice features I mentioned earlier without a very big price tag.Read more ›
The stitching is smooth and quiet,and the knobs are fairly easy to figure out.The self-threading mechanism is a little tricky,but in the proper light is still useful. The one step button hole feature is very easy to use, and aside from a small knot of thread at the start/stop point;leaves fine results.
As a review for the 4411 mentioned;the lighting on the 4423 is terrible.The presser foot is awash in shadows.I remedied this by attaching an aftermarket flexi-neck sewing light with industrial-strength Velcro, to the side.
Two weeks ago I started a halloween costume for my granddaughter, and in the process of sewing on appliques with this machine, the motor burned out. I was using the zig-zag stitch and ironically I was sewing on taffeta. Hoping that somehow the motor had just over heated and would revive itself (like my vacuum cleaner) I took it to a repair shop where the repair guy said the machine was shot. When I expressed dismay, concern, etc. and the fact that I had another singer that was over 15 years old and still worked, he told me that essentially there not longer is a singer company, that this machine was made in China. When I told him the machine was only 4 months old, he said, "If a machine is going to burn out, it will do it soon after you began to use it."
So there you have it. Great machine for 4 months. Useless bunch of plastic and metal now. I'm not going to mess with trying to get some satisfaction from this purchase. Alas didn't send in the warrantee card because I've never had warantee problems with a machine in the past. I've got a feeling that buying this machine is much like purchasing a lottery ticket. Sometimes you win, sometimes you don't but do you want to throw your money away on a chance.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this machine after having my last Singer for 40 years! It sews nicely, is easy to thread and I had it up and running within 20 minutes out of the box. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by John L
Great machine for the money. I've owned many machines, and just wanted a mechanical for basic use. This one fits the bill. Solid construction and nice even stitchedPublished 1 day ago by Nancy gallo
I love my Singer sewing machine. Have had it for a year already, and used it a lot. Could not be happier. Love my machine.Published 1 day ago by Lexi A
This machine is so frustrating. When i first bought it it work amazing. Ive had it for about almost a year now and after the first two months of buying it started giving me... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
This is a great sewing machine. I used this mainly for making dog collars and it glides right through the thick/heavy webbing. This is a must have for all sewers!Published 4 days ago by sarah
Machine was not what was expected. Auto threader doesn't work like it should. Machine would not bring up bobbin thread turned very hard. For a singer it is poor quality.Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer