Regal R60 Sewing Cabinet With Drawers In White Only!
- This Item Has Been Discontinued
This Item Has Been Discontinued
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The ideal cabinet for the sewer with limited space. The work surface of the cabinet doubles in size when you open it up - all the space you need to sew, taking up half the room of a regular cabinet.
- Melamine, mar-resistant surface - a scratch resistant surface
- Soft edges on lids and door--blends right in with your other furniture
- Large working surface
- Sturdy construction with steel connectors - the cabinet that will last a lifetime.
- Full length piano hinge and locking support caster on door - the best possible support for the fold-out leaf
- Easy roll lockable casters - prevents the cabinet from moving
- Open front for easy bobbin access - always right in front of the needle when you sew, ergonomically the best position for sewing.
- Lockable - for child safety and security
- Accessory and notion bins on door - a place to store all your sewing supplies
- Large cut out
- Three position, touch release air-lift with lock - a gentle touch raises and lowers your sewing machine from freearm to flatbed to storage.
- Four drawers on nylon rollers with stops - for you to store all your sewing supplies and more.
- Completely assembled - merely attach the casters and pulls.
- 41-13/18" wide (83" open)
- 19-5/8" deep
- 30-1/2" high (29-3/4" open)
- Sunset Oak/Birch Interior
- All White
First, the service selection of cabinets and service by sewvacdirect.com are excellent. And the delivery of my new Regal cabinet was very quick.
Overall this is a good cabinet. There is a lot of work space on both sides of the sewing machine, and I love having the drawers as part of the cabinet.
The construction is okay, but could and should be better. The fold-out shelf on the right does not fold all the way down so is not level with the surface of the cabinet when it is open.
The hinges that Regal used on left shelf have a lot of play, and consequently the two fold-up shelves rub against each other when I close them, and the left side doesn't quite square with the cabinet base when closed. This causes the two shelves to rub against each other at the front, and leaves a small gap between them at the back. I can adjust it each time I close it, but it should close square smoothly without this extra wear on the shelves. There is a flat hinge that works better for this and would easily eliminate this problem.
And instead of using bumpers on inside front the drawers for a soft close, there are light brown colored plastic tabs (on an all white cabinet) that stick out from the side of the drawers, possibly to keep the door in place when it is closed. There is a lock on the door that does this, so the tabs are not only unnecessary, but also catch the fabric when I'm working with large quilts. This is poorly designed, considering where these tabs are situated on the front of the cabinet. Fortunately, my husband can remove these plastic tabs and add felt or clear acrylic bumper stops on the inside of the front of the drawers; and he can level the right-hand shelf. But with a higher-end cabinet, we should not have deal with these issues. It is not worth the expense for me to ship the cabinet back over the hinge issue on the left side, so I'll live with it.
Overall, the cabinet is a good one, and is very sturdy. It is just the lack of attention to detail in the design and construction that keep it from being an excellent one.