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Old March 24th, 2011, 07:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm new to emboroidery, is 1814838 a lot of stitches for a used machine?
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1M stitch is barely broken in.... Also depends on what kind of machine, but 1.8 million stitches
is fairly new. How much is the seller asking for the machine?
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For a brother PR620, that is pretty low. Agree w/ Kelly, as long as its been well maintained, then yes, barely broken in.

On a commercial level, 1.8 million stitches is nothing. Some of the bigger embroidery houses have machines that probably do that every other day.

If you are buying, and the price is right, go for it.
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1M stitch is barely broken in.... Also depends on what kind of machine, but 1.8 million stitches
is fairly new. How much is the seller asking for the machine?
They are asking $4000.00. Thanks for your reply.
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For a brother PR620, that is pretty low. Agree w/ Kelly, as long as its been well maintained, then yes, barely broken in.

On a commercial level, 1.8 million stitches is nothing. Some of the bigger embroidery houses have machines that probably do that every other day.

If you are buying, and the price is right, go for it.
Thanks for the reply!
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I think $4K is a pretty good price for a PR620.
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