Juki MO-654DE Pearl Series Serger
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- 21.60 LBS
The Juki MO-654DE serger is a 2-needle, 2/3/4-thread overlock machine with differential feed and micro safety switch.
The Juki MO645DE is a great serger that many have found to be an amazing machine. Part of the Pearl series, this model allows the use of 2, 3 or 4 threads and comes with a micro safety-switch. Construct garments like lingerie, swimwear or athletic-wear with simple ease, using any thread of your choice.
The Juki MO654DE serger is capable of working with the latest fabrics and almost any decorative thread, making it a versatile addition to your sewing room. For easy threading, simply follow the color-coded guides along the body of the machine.
To make seamwork easier for beginners or experienced alike, Juki has included a built-in guide for seams that you can follow. To cut fabric consistently and smoothly while sewing, the lower knife and upper knife combo works in tandem through a dedicated drive.
If rolled hems are your weakness, the Juki MO645DE is here to help. Rolled hems are made much easier – just flip a switch and go!
For increased versatility on your project, the stitch length can be adjusted with the provided dial. You can adjust tension similarly with the provided tension dial (1-rotation).
All the overlock/flatlock features are available with this model, namely the 2-thread chainstitch, 5-thread safety stitch, 4-thread overlock, 3-thread flatlock, 3-thread (4mm) narrow overlock, 3-thread rolled hem, 3-thread overlock, 2-thread rolled hem, and 2-thread overcast. The presser feet snap on and off to make switching them out easier.
The Juki warranty on the Juki MO654DE includes electrical parts for 2 years, mechanical parts for 5 years, and labor for 90 days to cover any adjustments that may need to be made.
The Juki MO654DE - A Hard-Working Versatile Serger!
Juki Manufacturers Warranty:
Juki Sergers have a 2 year electronic warranty on motors , light assembly, wiring, switches, circuit boards and speed control. A 5 year mechanical warranty is for "all other parts" however this excludes "consumable parts" such as loopers, feed dogs, knife blades, bulbs, lamps, presser feet, needles and belts. Juki sergers also comes with 90 days labor period on adjustments good through the Juki dealer the machine is originally purchased from. This warranty is valid only on products used for household purposes. Using this product in a commercial environment voids warranty.
|Color Coded Threading
The color-coded threading path system makes threading fast and easy. All you have to do is follow the color indicators and lay the thread into the guides.
Built-In Seam Guide
Take the guesswork out of seam allowances. Use the easily accessible gauge on the guard cover and serge away, creating precise seam allowances as you go.
Upper and Lower Knife
The MO-654DE's knife system runs with a dedicated drive to assure smooth and consistent cutting on a wide range of fabrics.
|Flip and Roll
Rolled hemming can be created automatically with the flip of a switch. You no longer need to change the needle plate or foot.
|Turn of a Dial
Adjust the differential feed dial to create fashion techniques or to keep things moving along evenly.
Use the dials to change the stitch length for specialty thread or overlock techniques.
|Easy Looper Threading
The looper disengages for easy , fast looper threading. Slide the thread into the slot and snap the looper into place.
|Easy Tension Adjustment
1-rotation thread tension dials with normal tensions highlighted for simple, consistent tension adjustment.
Specially designed guides keep thread in place and ensure proper sewing tension at any speed.
|Multi-Function Presser Foot
Create overlock stitches and add tape, elastic, ribbon, or sequins to your creations with the multipurpose presser foot. Snap-on presser feet mean that you can easily change from the multi-purpose foot to one of the Juki Specialty feet.
Thread Functions Include:
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Easy to thread and makes a lovely rolled hem.
Just learning to sew and decided to learn both the traditional sewing machine and serger at the sametime.
What made me lean towards the Juki MO-654DE was it's all metal construction, quality, and the fact that it's fairly simple to thread.
Having worked on and repaired sewing machines, I can tell you that you won't be disappointed with this serger! It's a well made machine and should last you for quite sometime or at least till you upgrade to a 5 or 8 thread serger =)
There's a "I Want It All Package" on Amazon from SewingMachinesPlus ... I highly recommend this as it's a really good deal and a great starter kit and with the 8 presser feet ... there's not much you can't do!
This is my first serger, but I did a lot of research beforehand, as I do with all larger purchases. I was going to originally get the Brother 1034D, but was hesitant because I used to own a Brother sewing machine that was an Amazon best seller with hundreds of great reviews...but I ended up hating it and selling it and lost hours of frustrated sewing time with errors it made. So I didn't want to make the same mistake with their serger, just in case. Yes, I spent almost $200 more, but I plan on owning this for a very long time, so might as well purchase high quality right off the bat.
First off, an IMPORTANT TIP:
when you thread this machine, make SURE you pull the threads into the tension dials all the way. You'll feel the thread kind of seat itself in there, takes a little bit more force than just wrapping the thread around the dial. When I first threaded mine (which by the way, it comes threaded), I could not figure out why the tension was all screwed up and any adjustments I made had no effect! I was like what the heck is wrong?? I only found this info from within a couple other reviews I read--you probably won't find this tip online anywhere easily. Your machine will NOT serge properly without making sure of this tip!
back to the review...
Threading is definitely not difficult! If anything, it's obviously time-consuming, but that's all. And each time you do it, it's easier. Mostly, it's only the upper and lower loopers that take time to thread, and even then, once you know how, the entire process can be done in 10-15 minutes. You can also do the method where you tie on new thread spools instead of re-threading. The left and right needles are basically the same as threading a sewing machine. The hardest part is that some of the machinics get in the way of your hands, thus the tweezers that are included.
I have not tried anything besides the 4-thread overlock yet, which works like a dream. So I imagine once I learn the other stitches, those will be amazing also. Of course, I wish I also had a coverstitch machine, but a twin needle on the sewing gone works just fine honeslty.
All in all, highly recommended! Just so so glad I got this (although I'm sure my husband wasn't happy that my garage sale money went to this instead of bills...oops) hey, a girl has got to sew! Bills will always be there, right? ;)
My wife has had about four other sergers and says this is by far the best she has every had, she has been sewing for over 30 years .
I bought this around xmas, had never used a serger before in my life. The threading was confusing to me but since it came threaded that helped a ton so I could see how it worked before trying it on my own. The manual makes it pretty easy to do after that with a little practice. Anyway this machine is fantastic I love it! It has worked wonderfully for me and I'm so glad that I made this purchase. I'm still enjoying the beautiful stitches as well as enjoying the fact that it pretty much has any and every stitch I've ever wanted, great little machine for the price. It really does so much and it does it well. I only wish it had come with a few extra feet but for the price I can afford to buy them separately. I've had this for a few years now and it has not disappointed me.