Re: oldie but goodie???


My 6500P does all that and is still going strong after 17 years with me and it was used

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On Sunday, July 11, 2021, 1:18 PM, Jim Stutsman via <onlinesewing@...> wrote:

That sounds like some models that were introduced shortly before we closed some 10 years ago. Here are some possibilities:

Model 6600P -
Model 6700P - Successor to above -
Model 7700 -

A lot of people had issues on the 6600P with paint chipping and coming off the machine body. It was a pretty good workhorse though.
The 6700P was a short run, as the 7700 replaced it.
The 7700 may still be in production as a New Home product (Internet). It was a decent machine, though the wheel on the front was more of an effort to be cool (era of the iPod "click wheel") than practical feature.

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