|Item Dimensions LxWxH
|15.3 x 14.7 x 16.2 inches
Description of Juki MO-735 Serger & Cover Hem Machine with 5-Thread Capability
The Juki MO 735 5 Thread Serger Cover is a versatile serger machine that offers an array of features to enhance your sewing projects. With its 2 & 3 Needle Bottom Coverstitch and Chainstitch Mode, this serger provides you with precise stitching options for professional-looking results. Whether you're working on garments, home decor, or crafts, the Juki MO 735 ensures clean and durable seams.
The Juki MO 735 5 Thread Serger Cover is equipped with a range of important features. It incorporates a 5-Thread Safety Stitch, which adds extra strength and security to your seams. The convenient Chain Looper Threading system allows for quick and effortless threading, saving you time and frustration. Additionally, the Multi-Function Presser Foot offers versatility, enabling you to explore various sewing techniques and applications.
Enhance Your Sewing Projects
With the Juki MO 735 5 Thread Serger Cover, you can elevate the quality of your sewing projects. Say goodbye to frayed edges and unraveling seams. This serger machine ensures professional finishes and eliminates the need for additional seam finishing techniques. Whether you're working with lightweight or heavyweight fabrics, the Juki MO 735 delivers consistent and flawless results.
Expand Your Options
If you're in the market for a serger machine that offers more than just basic functionality, the Juki MO 735 5 Thread Serger Cover is an excellent choice. Compared to other sergers in its category, this model stands out with its advanced features and versatility. It enables you to experiment with different stitch types, including the 2 & 3 Needle Bottom Coverstitch and Chainstitch Mode. The Juki MO 735 opens up a world of possibilities for your creative sewing endeavors.
Perfect for Professionals and Hobbyists
The Juki MO 735 5 Thread Serger Cover caters to both professional seamstresses and sewing enthusiasts. Whether you run a small business or enjoy sewing as a hobby, this serger machine will be a valuable asset in your craft room. It offers the reliability and durability required for high-volume production, while still being user-friendly and accessible to those who are new to serging.
2 & 3 Needle Bottom Coverstitch. Chainstitch Mode. 5-Thread Safety Stitch. Chain Looper Threading - in a Snap. Multi-Function Presser Foot
- 4 thread stitch! (much better than 3 thread) Ease of setup; quality of work; appearance; pleasant at work.
- lack of a hard case - instead of it, a film misunderstanding
- the car is quite quiet, it’s easy to refuel even without poor instructions (I turn to it in extreme cases), there are a lot of lines, although in fact I use a couple of lines (I studied on machines of the same function, it remains a habit), although at home sometimes I need a flat seam, but for the sake of one seam several thousand money to give somehow the toad presses and there is nowhere to put it. Juki is a former industrial manufacturer and Japan did not immediately begin to supply household appliances to the foreign market. because Since I studied exclusively on the industrial equipment of Juki, then my choice was made in favor of the household appliances of this company (overlock), and even with a completely identical look with Bernina, it costs less, however, the quality is the same. By the way, Alena Dobrovinskaya, wrote a review above. You know both machines, Bernina only wins with an unnecessary display and papers, which in the end do not affect the seam itself.
- because This is a multifunctional machine, then you have to reconfigure the machine. the most annoying thing is to set up a flat seam. However, I will open America: coverlocks are the most capricious machines, and even if this is a machine of just one, a flat seam, it is not a fact that you will not have problems with the settings. That's serious. Even in college with a master for a couple, they somehow fought over a flat seam for a whole shift, which was not upset! and you want a miracle from multifunctional. dreamers.
- Functionality, quality of a line, sews any fabrics. Threading for overlockers is easy. For 4 years of work, it was not necessary to replace the blades (I sew on average 1 item per week). Very quiet, smooth operation.
- It is inconvenient to thread for a flat seam. The upper looper converter is a useless thing: it does not stay in place, sews a couple of centimeters and flies off. No matter how I tried to reload and debug. At the time of purchase, I did not deal with this issue. Now it's useless. I would like the compartment for segments to be attached more securely, but after a while you get used to it, you fasten it on the machine so that it does not fly off.
- I bought this overlock relatively recently, I came to the store for an ordinary overlock, but when I found out about the capabilities of the MO-735, I decided to buy it, since I work a lot with knitwear. Mostly I sew for myself, but a lot. It is convenient that it takes up little space, it is still one car, not two. I spent two weeks studying the machine, tried it on various fabrics, knitwear in the first place.
- The first thing I can say is that in the usual edge of the overcasting seam, when switching from thin cotton to a slightly denser one, I immediately had to change the thread tension settings, by trial and error, I got a good seam, but with a strong desire you could find limitations. But compared to working on knitwear, these were trifles. When processing the bottom of the product, when switching from thin to thick, he stopped in one place and looped, also when processing the sleeve, since there was no sleeve platform, he often had to stop and move the fabric, and at almost every stop he made a pass. A lot of nerves were spent and as a result I did not finish the dress, most of the seams had to be dissolved.
- Powerful enough, it processes almost all fabrics well (because it has not yet processed all the fabrics on it). Simple and easy refilling.
- It is not very convenient sometimes to overcast with a wide foot (although there should be such on carpetlocks), but I would like to have a narrow one in the kit. It slows down a little on thick seams, you have to put something under the foot at the back for alignment, then it runs through them well .
- In my opinion, Juki 735 is the best choice in terms of price, functionality, accuracy, sewing quality. If 2 in 1 devices are inconvenient - too complicated or you have to constantly reconfigure the functionality from overlock to flat seam and back, then you can take separate ones. Here I would recommend a bunch of Bernina 870 and Janome Cover Pro II. If we compare the overlock part of the Juke 735 with the Bernina 870, then my subjective impression of the Bernina is slightly better. But the difference is not so significant, and the fact that Bernina is simpler in its device, it is more pleasant to use it, since it does not combine 2 devices in itself, also plays in favor of this. Bernina 880, I personally liked it less than 870, although structurally, as far as I could see, they are absolutely the same, 880 only introduced a simplification of threading, but I paid attention to the quality of the seam, smoothness, ease of operation, and again, subjectively, I liked 870 more. In Bernina 1300 I didn’t notice any differences from 870 in terms of the quality of the seam, I only remember that it is much more expensive. Therefore, my advice: who needs a flat seam + overlock, take a Juke 735 or Bernina 870/880 + Janome Cover Pro II coverlock. Who needs just an overlock, take Bernina 870. Either I haven’t seen pure Juke overlocks (I don’t remember them), or they don’t exist in nature or we didn’t sell them, in general, I can’t say anything about them. Crooked instructions (literally, there are errors where the left and right are mixed up, etc.) now for almost all sewing equipment that I have seen (in my opinion, only for merrylock it differed for the better), so watch something educational on YouTube or on special . forums.
- Keep in mind that the sellers in the store can tighten the thread tension so that the best overlock will appear in an unsightly light, and the worst one will sew better against its background. The most reliable way for people who do not understand will be to compare at the factory settings - out of the box (usually the tension is set at an average level of 4-5, if I remember correctly). In any case, to debug the settings, thread the overlock with threads of different colors and if you see, for example, that the red thread comes out, then do not hesitate to tighten it. Be wary of talking about what a heavy machine you feel, everything is made of metal, and this machine is light here, everything is made of plastic, which means it will break soon, and will also not sew thick denim fabrics in 5 additions and leather. If you choose in the segment, albeit budget and household, to which this carpet belongs, and not a toy or semi-toy and the machine is full-sized, has a regular size, not for children, not super-cheap and compact, toy, then the manufacturer knows what he is doing, what details actually bear a load and must be made of metal, and what loads do not bear and can be made of plastic. This is all the more true if you choose a reasonable well-known reputable manufacturer. Of course, metal is better than plastic, but it’s not the weight that matters, but the technology and the specific device. I know that modern stores often use this card to redirect the buyer to a more marginal product, that is, a product with a higher margin. It works like this: first they post carrots for 3 kopecks on the Internet, setting a price tag on this popular product almost at a loss, and when a buyer comes to the store, they show him a carrot in front of his nose and say that it is actually quite bad, but there is cabbage and it is beautiful. Well, and cabbage, of course, is already a very marginal product, it may cost more, maybe cheaper, but its real quality is worse.
- I sew different fabrics on it - it turns out well, given that I am not a professional. You can adjust the width of the overlay - from 2mm to . wide)) I often need it (I sometimes sew doll clothes, everything there must be micro-fine and very accurate). The knife turns off quickly - I also use it often. You can reconfigure it for a stitcher - rarely, but I use it. For 4g of use with an average load, I didn’t change anything - neither a needle, nor a knife, I didn’t lubricate anything, I just clean it from lint-dust regularly and no problems.
- The garbage collection box constantly disappears, it takes a very long time to reconfigure it for a sewing machine (but this is probably the problem of all carpet locks). I often turn off the knife, and when I return it to its place, it doesn’t get up right away, it seems to be lowered, but it doesn’t cut, some kind of lever probably sticks there.
- Well made, albeit China. Taiwanese models seemed worse in terms of plastic and hardware.
- The one we bought was immediately defective, but after suffering with it, we gained a lot of experience.
- Probably the most versatile rug for the money. Very quiet. Very stable. The thread is very easy to thread (if you do NOT read the instructions). Very comfortable all-purpose foot. Directly very, very %)
- The 2022 instruction contains errors. Immediately you need to download English or just instructions in pictures. Or believe in yourself and in the drawings on the machine itself - everything is right there. The trash tray falls off. When sewing belt loops, the tension of one needle thread is high - it knocks, it breaks. You have to sew belt loops with obviously very good threads.
- Chain stitch mode
- Available in white only
- Loading chain grab - in latch
- 2 and 3 needle bottom cover stitch
- Some mistakes