Singer is one of the most popular brands of sewing machines for the last 150 years. Their machines are known to be at the top in terms of standard and most of the time, in price as well. Singer simply makes some of the best machines out there and this Singer Quantum Stylist 9985 is no different.
Singer really put a lot of power into this one, classic looking sewing machine with 960 different built-in stitches, a huge range of basic and decorative stitches, along with a wide range of premium features, all available at a mid-range price point.
There are a number of features that set this electric sewing machine apart from others. First off, it has an automatic needle threader that only takes a few seconds to start up. This will save you so much time when it comes to actually start your sewing project.
It also features a quick-load drop-in bobbin system with a clear cover as well as allowing you to select your desired stitch with just the push of a button. The features don’t end there. It comes with an automatic buttonholer, a light to ensure you can see your work clearly, programmable needle positions, and auto-pilot mode so you can sew without using your foot pedal.
It continues to make the sewing process that much easier and custom with a range of stitches, alphanumeric fonts, and 13 built-in one-step buttonholes. There are also 13 presser feet included and it has an adjustable speed all the way up to 850 stitches per minute, ensuring that it can keep up with all size projects.
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If you’re looking for a more high-tech sewing machine with premium features, this sewing machine from Singer is one of the best and most advanced in terms of technology. If you’re specifically in the market for a middle-range sewing machine to start off with, this sewing machine starts at $400 and will beat almost every other sewing machine at a similar price point in terms of technology and the number of premium features included. Overall, there are a lot of pros to this Singer Quantum Stylist 9985 and hardly any cons, which makes it a great option for sewers at all levels.