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Topic: SingerDirect.co.uk/Cooper Sewing Machines Ltd, Finchley London  (Read 1253 times)
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« on: November 03, 2008 05:43:40 AM »

Hi,
I have decided to get myself a singer machine and these guys seem to offer reasonable prices with a good warranty -

"For the next 15 years Coopers will be able to repair,service and look after all your sewing needs" this includes picking the thing up, parts and labour..

Anyone used this company? it sounds almost too good to be true? or am i just being suspicious?

Thanks
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« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2008 01:51:30 PM »

hey - i bought my sewing machine from there circa 8 years ago.  it's a janome and stil going strong now.  when i bought it, i got an 8 year guarantee thing with it.  I've never had reason to use it, but at the time, the guys were really good, and the shop was cheap!!  i would definitely buy from them again if that helps.  Also, its worth checking if they will match their online offers in the shop - they did for me, and threw in a mini sewing kit that is still in regular usage  Wink

The downside is that the cheap machines are stock originally destined for another country so you don't always get the exact model you want (but I guess you can if you pay more).  also, for example as in my case, you don't get exactly the right instruction booklet.  However, as long as you stick with a mainstream brand, the parts are pretty standard, and the lack of an instruction booklet for me was well worth the massive amount i saved.
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