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Arrow's Bertha shown here in cherry model 702, was made to fit today's large and heavy sewing and embroidery machines. Her airlift holds a 45 pound machine and will move your sewing machine up and down effortlessly into 3 positions: freearm, flatbed and storage. We have also included the quilt leaf for the back of the cabinet. The leaf will increase your workspace behind the unit, so fragile quilts won't fall on the floor as you pass them through the machine. The leaf slides along a metal rod behind the cabinet for custom positioning to the left of your machine. The two doors on Bertha have a total of 8 storage trays for all your sewing accessories. A cut out in the front allows for machine knee lifters to be used comfortably. Sew with correct posture avoiding stress on your hands, back and neck in any position by sitting in front of your needle for center needle sewing. Curious if your large machine will fit Bertha? The opening will accommodate sewing machines no larger then 22-9/16" wide x 11-3/4" front to back (deep) x 14-1/2" tall.Bertha will fit the new Bernina 830 Viking Sapphire and Babylock Ellisimo.
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There are 2 review(s) for Arrow 98702 Bertha Cherry Embroidery Machine Airlift Credenza With Quilting Extension
by Carol Rubin – 12th Jan 2012
I love the table. It ws a challenge for my husband and son to assemble, but it did finally come together. The instructions could have been better. We had to call you to get the airlift to work right--you quickly sent us another one. So the customer service was excellent. It was delivered so quickly and I love using it.
by Neil Mederich – 12th Jan 2012
This is a good sewing table for a very decent price. It has a nice finish and is very sturdy design (as sturdy as these engineered wood products can be). An addendum to the instructions was included, indicating that the middle screw hole on the door was drilled a little too deep at the factory and so they provided some some shorter screws that would not blow thru the face of the door, i really appreciate that they noticed this at the factory and took the effort to provide a remedy and clear instructions to apply the remedy. The black and white assembly manual that came with the table has pictures that were printed will a little too much toner and they pictures are very dark, it would have been smoother assembly for me had the pictures been a little easier to see as a picture tends to help me out more than the printed instructions do. I noticed one corner of the top had been damaged and repaired, like maybe the particle board got dinged at the factory and they glued it up as a repair, it was pretty minor and maybe it was mostly cosmetic and the repair is good enough that when you stand back a couple feet you don't notice it (i am a perfectionist so maybe i am complaining about something other people might overlook). This might help others, after putting it together i raised and lowered the sewing machine lift several times just to get the hang of how it worked, and after 4 times of working perfectly up and down it started to bind up and it tough to budge it, i got some WD40 and gave the mechanism a good shot and the plastic insert the guides the pin a good shot too, and that freed it up real nice and it was been working silky smooth since. It has a lot of work surface, the cherry finish is nice, has good storage, overall my wife likes it a lot. Beats building one from scratch...definitely I'd buy it again....