While visiting this site, you will come across reviews of all the popular, well-established sewing machine brands.
You will also find reviews of lesser known, sometimes obsolete brands.
The reason for this is to let you know that:
a) Just because a brand is unfamiliar to you, it may be better than some of the brands you are familiar with;
b) Many extremely dependable sewing machines produced under brand names that are unfamiliar are definitely worthy of some very serious attention;
c) There is genuine interest in brands that are no longer available;
d) There is a very large market for both new and used sewing machine brands that are not widely known;
e) Brand new sewing machines bearing lesser known brand names are generally less expensive than most of the more popular brands;
f) I believe anyone in the market for a new or used sewing or embroidery machine and everybody who is genuinely interested in all things sewing should at least be aware of the existence of every brand out there and have the opportunity to compare as many reviews as possible.
Sewing Machine Brands You Will Find in This Section
The Fleetwood is not as popular as Singer for example and yet it is my favorite sewing machine
In time, this list will grow. As I am able to get my hands on more and more sewing machines to review, the number of sewing and embroidery machines and sergers manufactured by little known brands will increase.
The search continues for machines manufactured under the following brand names: Dyno, Michley, Rex, Siruba and Smartek.
For the time being, reviews of the lesser known sewing machine brands you will find here are:
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