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Singer Sewing SINGER 14CG754 - Singer Sewing - 14CG754

Item# SPM6962077204 | Model# 14CG754.CL | Added on October 21, 2010 |
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Singer Sewing SINGER 14CG754 - Singer Sewing - 14CG754
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Singer Sewing - 14CG754 SINGER 14CG754 The SINGER 14CG754 ProFinish a 4/3/2 thread overlock machine that saves you time with hems, seams and seam finishing. Sewing at 1,300 stitches per minute while trimming and overcastting, you will zip through numerous projects. It includes an adjustable cutting width, stitch length control, and color-coded lay-in threading. Included Accessories: standard foot, needles, tweezers, screwdriver and spreader. Included Stitches: Four-thread stretch mock safety stitch, Three-thread overlock, Three-thread wrapped edge, Three-thread rolled hem, Three-thread flatlock, Two-thread wrapped edge, Two-thread rolled hem
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By marcofleseri
April 13th, 2011
Singer ProFinish = Inferior Quality

Do not buy this. You will regret it. If you have never used a serger before you may not understand what makes this machine so bad. If you bought this machine and had no problems, consider yourself very lucky.

I own and I've used other serger and overlock machines. At first I thought I just needed to learn the quirks of this particular machine, but the sad truth is that this machine is just awful. Aside from being more time-consuming to thread compared to other machines (something I could ignore if it worked well), it had the following problems:

  • It skipped stitches for no apparent reason (completely ruining whatever seam you were working on)
  • The upper looper got caught on thicker fabric like fleece, snagging it and ruining the fabric
  • It broke both thread and needles (not doing anything taxing either: right out of the box using the sample thread and fabric it came with)

Also, thread tension was impossible to get right after many adjustments -- as if the tension discs arbitrarily shifted while sewing. I returned this piece of junk less than 24 hours after purchase because it was that bad. If you're looking for a budget-friendly serger/overlock machine, this is not the one. If you're looking for a machine that works, this is ALSO not the one.

I'm not anti-Singer. I own a 14T968DC.CL (5-thread serger with coverstitch) and it's a really good machine.

P.S. -- the Singer "Stylist" model is the same as this one, it just has a light blue cover panel on the left side, rather than the silver-colored one on this machine which they thought would make it look "commercial grade."

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mala1905
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Threading is very difficult

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I bought it CANNOT use it because I have tried many times to thread it and is now packed up in a corner.

December 1st via sears.com
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marcofleseri

Singer ProFinish = Inferior Quality

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<p>Do not buy this. You will regret it. If you have never used a serger before you may not understand what makes this machine so bad. If you bought this machine and had no problems, consider yourself very lucky.</p>
<p>I own and I've used other serger and overlock machines. At first I thought I just needed to learn the quirks of this particular machine, but the sad truth is that this machine is just awful. Aside from being more time-consuming to thread compared to other machines (something I could ignore if it worked well), it had the following problems:</p>
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<li>It skipped stitches for no apparent reason (completely ruining whatever seam you were working on)</li>
<li>The upper looper got caught on thicker fabric like fleece, snagging it and ruining the fabric</li>
<li>It broke both thread and needles (not doing anything taxing either: right out of the box using the sample thread and fabric it came with) </li>
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<p>Also, thread tension was impossible to get right after many adjustments -- as if the tension discs arbitrarily shifted while sewing. I returned this piece of junk less than 24 hours after purchase because it was that bad. If you're looking for a budget-friendly serger/overlock machine, this is not the one. If you're looking for a machine that works, this is ALSO not the one.</p>
<p>I'm not anti-Singer. I own a 14T968DC.CL (5-thread serger with coverstitch) and it's a really good machine.</p>
<p>P.S. -- the Singer &quot;Stylist&quot; model is the same as this one, it just has a light blue cover panel on the left side, rather than the silver-colored one on this machine which they thought would make it look &quot;commercial grade.&quot;</p>
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April 13th via sears.com
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LisaHames

Singer Commercial Grade 4 Serger

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<p>This serger is not one of my favorites. The light on it is not bright enough making it hard to see the details, and it it extreamley hard to thread due to the placement of the cutting tool. It also has no cutting tool on the back of the machine so it makes it extra hard to constantly reach for your sizzors to cut your thread. I would not recomend this machine and I am thinkig about returning it.</p>

March 26th via sears.com
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