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Mesa para manualidades

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  • 101,6 cm (40 ") de ancho x 50.2cm (19 3/4") de profundidad x 71.8cm (28 1/4 ") de altura
  • Para máquina de coser menores a 44.5cm (17 1/2") de ancho x 41.1cm (7 3/8 ")
  • Plataforma ajustable acorde con las diferentes alturas de las máquinas
  • En color blanco fácil de limpiar.
  • Se entrega montado completamente en una caja de 35 libras de peso
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Información de producto

Detalles técnicos
MarcaArrow Cabinets
Número de modelo601
Peso del producto15 Kg
Dimensiones del producto58,4 x 109,2 x 11,4 cm
Potencia100 vatios
Información adicional
Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº269.539 en Hogar (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Producto en desde3 de noviembre de 2011

Descripción del producto

The Sew Much More Craft and Hobby Table. Esta mesa para manualidades es una sólida superficie que ofrece una costura recta y una plataforma plana ajustable, sin embargo, es más que una mesa de costura. También puede utilizarse como soporte para realizar puzzles, scrap booking,tareas con abalorios o , simplemente, como mesa supletoria en tus fiestas. Las patas de acero ofrecen un sistema de bloqueo proporcionando una base sólida, pero se pliegan cuidadosamente para un fácil almacenamiento. La superficie es de melamina muy resistente, evitando así los daños y permitiendo su uso para la creación de proyectos de costura y manualidades.

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74 de 74 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Gidget1 Sewing/Crafting/Hobby Table 27 de diciembre de 2013
Por LC - Publicado en
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I ordered this table for my daughter who has recently become interested in sewing. She was always "borrowing" my folding table so I searched EVERYWHERE to find something similar for a reasonable price. As my table is around 30 years old, the search was not easy. I found this table on Amazon for a reasonable price and decided to "go for it." It arrived today and I took it out to examine the condition before gifting it to my daughter. As some other reviewers noted, the inside edge of the drop down area is in fact a little rough, but it had been painted to reduce some of the "snag" factor. After viewing videos on the Arrow website, I noted that the manufacturer recommends leaving on the sewing platform (the removable part around the free arm of a sewing machine) when the machine is lowered into the table. I lowered the insert and placed my machine inside the table with the platform over the free arm and it fit beautifully. That will definitely prevent snagging on some fabric types.
A couple of other posters commented they were not happy that a chain holds the insert in the dropped position. I understand their confusion, but in reality, the lowering arm fully supports the lowered inset and I believe the chain is strictly a backup safety precaution.
The size and height of the table are terrific and will provide ample space for her to cut out her projects prior to sewing them; the folding legs are very sturdy and the videos on the Arrow website show how to properly lock them into place to prevent wobbling. As I ran my machine, there was no wobble, even at extreme sewing speed on several surfaces (hardwood, tile & carpeting).
It is fairly lightweight (about 34 pounds) and folds back easily for storage in a closet or under a bed.
I am exceptionally pleased with this table; in fact I might have to order another for myself!
Thank you Amazon for making this terrific table available!
72 de 74 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great little sewing table 16 de julio de 2010
Por ExMos - Publicado en
After years of searching for a sewing table, I decided to purchase this one based on the price and functionality. I have two separate sewing machines I like to use, so being able to EASILY adjust the sewing machine height when I switch machines is essential. I was pleasantly surprised to see a measuring tape across the top front of the table. I don't recall having read about that when I purchased the table. It's quite sturdy and easy to use. Great value for the money.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Portable, adjustable, well-priced 12 de enero de 2013
Por Janice - Publicado en
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So as a promotion present, I treated myself to this adjustable sewing table. I had screwdriver ready to put together, but lo and behold, really no assembly required! Popped open the legs, took me a few minutes to adjust the level to my sewing machine and viola! It doesn't wobble, but I've not sewn with it yet, but for small apartments or work areas, this is a MUST HAVE item! Best investment, especially if you quilt and need that extra "flat space".
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Just right 26 de agosto de 2011
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en
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I did lots of research before I decided on a table...and I'm really happy with my purchase. Although I would have liked a cabinet that had drawers and folded up for my guests when they arrived, they were cost prohibitive. This table fits my machine perfect. Measure your machine accurately! Mine fit perfect with just 1/4" to spare. It drops down so the needle is perfectly level with the table. You can actually adjust the drop by a couple of inches so your machine should fit properly. It is stable. The drop shelf does not have a finished edge, nor the inside of the table cut edge. I sanded the front edge a bit, and had my husband run a bead of caulking along it. A simple fix, but could easily be done at the factory if they wanted to. I guess the price point means we take care of the little things, and it was easy. It would be very easy to move around to other locations if I chose to, and I can easily put it away when guests come. I think I'll be happy with this table for a long time.

Update 4/13: I still really like this table. It is still as stable as a table should be but I use it for quilting, so I do not go super fast and get lots of vibrations. I really became frustrated with my sewing machine because my bobbin case is below the level of the table when dropped and it was a pain to swap bobbins. Because my machine just fit perfect, I would have to unplug my cord to lift table, swap bobbin, lower table and replug. I had my dh use his drummel tool and sand a nice curve out of the side where my plugs should go, and now I can lift and lower without unplugging my machine each time! Well worth the little bit of tweaking. If you have a lower bobbin, try this fix and you will love both your table and machine more :)
4 de 4 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 100% Kitty Approved! 2 de agosto de 2016
Por S. Johnson - Publicado en
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The only reason this got 4 stars instead of 5 was one annoying thing. The inset lacks a nice finish, so I purchased Edge Band 3/4"X25" finisher per the recommendations of another reviewer. This wouldn't bother me, except the raw edges catch fabric while sewing and makes it difficult to move fabric through evenly. It seems a bit silly to me that the manufacturer wouldn't think to add this tiny bit of finishing to complete the look.

But besides the negative, I LOVE my new sewing station! I have the table set perpendicular to another desk to provide me ample work space to cut, sew, and press during my quilting projects. This table (and an awesomely comfortable chair from Ikea) has saved my back during long quilting sessions! I only had one catastrophe when the legs weren't securely in place and the table (and sewing machine and project) went crashing to the floor. But that was user error! It does fold up nicely, but I usually leave it open.