- Dimensiones del producto: 26,7 x 19 x 12,7 cm ; 1,2 Kg
- Número de modelo del producto: 3701001030
- ASIN: B002VRF7HQ
- Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 1 de enero de 2013
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº315.144 en Hogar (Ver el Top 100 en Hogar)
Boye 37010010 - Devanador eléctrico, color blanco
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Para devanar el hilo de manera rápida y fácil en bobinas con el hilo central. Devana bobinas de todos los tamaños. Con ventosa para fijarlo a la superficie de trabajo, motor con velocidad ajustable para reducir el esfuerzo de manos, brazos y muñecas. Máquina ligera y compacta para un fácil transporte y un cómodo almacenaje. Instrucciones con detalles de uso y cuidado. Dimensiones: 12,7 x 25,4 x 17,8 cm. Entrada: 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz, 0,6 A; salida: 12 V, 2,0 A.
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In the hour that I've had the Boye Electric at home, I've wound off seven balls of Berroco Lustra (Aran weight, kind of slippery) and a ball of handpainted light sock yarn. It took two trial-and-error balls for me to figure out how to get nice, tightly wound balls, but after that- it has been smooth sailing and I really like this gadget.
I didn't have good luck with the umbrella swift so I put the Lustra on the flat OWW swift (which I love better than any swift I've ever used!) and it worked like a charm. I put the winder close to the flat swift and spread the hank of yarn out across the pegs- took my hands away and it pulled the swift just fine and I just had to put hands on the yarn and swift every now and then if the yarn got twisted- not more than once or twice per ball.
Lots easier on my hands and wrists than the manual winders and makes just-as-good-if-not-better center-pull balls.
I'm going to try to put a picture above of the seven Arans and the sock yarn to show how they turned out.
It's not perfect, it's noisy for one thing, but for what I want to use it for (occasionally winding off nine or ten hanks), it works fine.
If it "dies" tomorrow, I'll revise this review! :)
ok i have been using this for a couple days now. Honestly, i really do love it. I dont do hanks of yarn but skiens. And i know the big complaint was that it winds the balls to loose. Well, i have found that if you put just a little bit of tension on the working yarn, it makes a nice, tight, flat ended ball! Dont put so much that you make the machine grind and squeek, but just hold the yarn between your thumb and first finger and put slight pressure on the yarn as its going. if the machine stops or grinds you put to much tension on it.
This really is a nice machine. and i hopefully will get alot of use out if it.
I received my electric ball winder today and just in time to wind a hank of yarn. The winder did wind the yarn into a yarn cake-like object. However, the cake is really loose. I'm a bit unhappy with the tension....it should be slightly squishy, but not falling apart. I put the yarn in a nylon knee high to keep it together. The instructions are very explicit about the yarn on the swift needing to be loose and I know I used the product correctly. Next time I will add just a bit of extra tension and hope that I get a better end result. However, I'm a bit concerned about this as I've read many reviews (on Ravelry) saying that the motor burns out easily if there is too much tension.
All in all, the items works, but I get a better result with my manual crank winder.
I am a "travel" crocheter and knitter and I am always having my yarn skeins fall down the train or plane aisles! It is so frustrating. This machine works great winding my yarn skeins so I do not have to spend so much time untangling. Thank you Simplicity!
I recommend getting comfortable with the machine by starting on a low speed at first. Mine seems to be lasting well.
Happy Customer :)