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« on: October 17, 2007 06:38:01 AM »

I was using an old  Singer sewing machine which belongs to my Mum...but she needed it back so...I needed one for my own and I wanted a "good one"  but yesterday I saw a Medion Sewing Machine for 69 euros in ALDI (German Supermarket).

I have never listened before about this machine but I thought I could try it and if I didn't like it I could getting it back to the store...so I bought it, tried it and it seems to work ok...Does anybody know something about this sewing machine???

These are the stitches I can get with it.

Thank you for read this!!! Cheesy
and sorry about my English.
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2007 11:08:06 AM »

Hey, never heard of Medion producing sewing machines ... Could you please post pictures of the foot, i would like to see if my sewing foots are compatible with that machine!

On German:
Kannst du mir bitte ein Photo von dem Füßchen posten? Ich überlege gerade eine günstige Zweitmaschine zu kaufen und möchte wissen, ob meine Nähfüsse kompatibel sind. Smiley Mach dir keine Sorgen wegen der Marke ... wird höchstwahrscheinlich die Produktion einer anderen Marke dahinterstecken die mit/unter Medion ihre Produkte günstiger verkauft als gewöhnlich. Ist auch bei den Tschibo/Eduscho Maschinen nicht anders.

Thanks a lot!
« Reply #2 on: October 17, 2007 02:19:37 PM »

Hi!!! I have made a photo but is a little blurry because the flash...sorry!!! Last spring I bought a foot for a Singer sewing machine but the connector was completely different to this one...

It is KD 2902...Does it make any sense  Huh Huh?

If you prefer I will make a photo tomorrow with the sun light...

(I wish I could understand German  Cool )

Ups!!!!! Thank you cassette for the picture and the explanation!!!!
I will make a photo to the "real" foot this afternoon....
« Last Edit: October 17, 2007 10:47:17 PM by M.Carmen » THIS ROCKS   Logged
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« Reply #3 on: October 17, 2007 04:59:07 PM »

hi M. Carmen Smiley

fortunately I understand some german. the picture you show here is not the "foot" of the machine - it is the pedal. I'm not sure, but munk_munk might mean the foot, which looks like this-

If it is the foot that munk_munk is talking about, she wants to know if it is similar to the one on her machine, although they might not be the same brand of machine.

I'm sorry I can't help you with the sewing machine itself, but maybe I've clarified the language a bit?  Huh
« Reply #4 on: October 18, 2007 12:48:27 AM »

i'm sorry for that confusion i brought up  : Cheesy

cassette. is right, i meant the sewing foot not the pedal - but thanks for your effort M.Carmen, i appreciate it! Ive already compared our pedals Wink - not the same.

thought you would speak german, because of mentioning the german supermarket Wink forgot that there are aldis all over the world (on the top im not german or living in germany either haha) - sorry for that.

 Smiley munk_munk
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