If there are new wonderful embroidery machines being released then there will be people with money busy buying them. This then means that those with the new machines will probably be trading in their old machines for the new... so there will be some great pre loved machines available too. Winners all round really. I am staying put with the great machines that I have.
I would have liked the bigger hoop but apparently the arm is different on the machine. So this hoop won't fit my machine even though all the other size hoops are the same as I have. They have the same hoop codes. I will stay with what I have.
Morning Barb, I went to the Newcastle Craft Show last Friday and the new Husqvarna machine was on display - $16,000.00 Australian! I asked Maarten what was the cost of the Epic (the previous "new" one) and that's $13,000.00 What a lot of money for sewing machines. I'm not going to upgrade for a few years and then hopefully the "new" ones will be much cheaper by then. Love Chris
Wow $16,000.00 That's rich. I was at a Shopping centre a couple of weeks ago and in the mall they had 2 MG cars brand new 2018 models on special one for $15,999 and one for $22,000 how can you compare.
When the new machines come out that is the time one might want to check on the prices of the older versions. I saw a price of one of the newer top models of Baby Lock. Oh my it was almost the price of my car.
Yes it is so true the new ones are getting out of reach for the average person but as you say could be some good deals from dealers who have good trade ins to sell.
This Janome looks to have all the same hoops except for the new big one.