For our best all-around pick, the Heavy Duty 4452 is a revolutionary sewing machine that not only gets the job done for your sewing project, but does it faster and better than any other standard machine on the market.
Built with a stronger motor than most other sewing machines up to standard, you can easily sew and stitch through heavyweight fabrics without a problem.
To get into the details, the Heavy Duty 4452 has 32 built-in stitches, that can tackle any job or task. These stitched programs include 6 Basic, 7 Stretch, 18 Decorative Stitches, and 1 Fully Automatic 1-step Buttonholes. Since you need a multi-tasking sewing machine to be able to use it for any project, the Heavy Duty 4452 can handle crafts, home decor, construction of clothing and so much more.
A special feature that makes the Heavy Duty 4452 one of the best sewing machines out there is the automatic needle threader. It helps you effortlessly thread the eye of the needle without eye strain or frustration. No matter if you are dealing with failing eyesight or poor-lighting, every sewer knows how difficult or frustrating not being able to get that initial thread in can be. With this feature, you can avoid that entire issue.
It is fast, too! With a maximum sewing speed of 1,100 stitches-per-minute, you can get those last-minute jobs done quickly. The motor is actually measured to be 60% stronger than other standard sewing machines on the market.
It also comes with a variety of different accessories. From an all-purpose foot to a zipper foot, from a buttonhole foot to a button sewing foot, the Heavy Duty 4452 also comes included with a seam ripper, lint brush, quilting guide, needles, bobbins, screwdriver, auxiliary spool pin, and spool pin felt.
Designed with a stainless steel bed plate and an interior metal frame, it really is the best all around.
What stands out?
- Perfect choice for heavy-duty fabrics and last-minute tasks
- Has a speed of 1,100 stitches-per-minute
- Comes with a variety of different accessories
What cons did we manage to find?
- Too much for lighter jobs and simple stitch-fixings