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4411 | HEAVY DUTY

A true workhorse

This SINGER® HEAVY DUTY sewing machine is a true workhorse. With a heavy duty metal interior frame, stainless steel bedplate, extra-high sewing speed and powerful motor, it can sew through just about anything you throw at it. Convenience features including top drop-in bobbin, fully automatic 4-step buttonhole and drop feed for free motion sewing adds a new dimension of ease to heavy duty sewing.

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  • 11 Built-in Stitches
  • 6 Basic Stitches, 4 Decorative Stitches, 1 Auto Buttonhole—perfect for crafts, home decor, clothing construction and much more!
  • 1,100 Stitches per Minute
  • Sews faster than a standard sewing machine
  • 60% Stronger Motor
  • A stronger motor than standard sewing machines allows it to sew through heavyweight fabrics with ease
  • Stainless Steel Bed Plate
  • Fabric slides easily across the machine arm.
  • Top Drop-In Bobbin with Clear View Cover
  • Convenient drop-in bobbin is easy to insert and remove. The clear view cover makes it easy to monitor the bobbin thread supply.
  • Automatic 4-Step Buttonhole
  • Make beautiful buttonholes automatically in 4 easy steps
  • Snap-On Presser Feet
  • Quick release for easy on and off—change presser feet in a snap!
  • Heavy Duty Metal Frame
  • Rigid support holds all the mechanisms in perfect alignment for skip-free sewing.
  • On Board Storage
  • Storage of accessories in the removable sewing bed means accessories are always handy
  • Free Arm
  • Provides professional results by offering easy access to cuffs, collars, pant hems and other difficult-to-reach areas
  • Extra-High Presser Foot Lifter
  • Offers more clearance for multiple layers of bulky fabric under the presser foot
  • Adjustable Presser Foot Pressure Control
  • Sew lightweight to heavy fabric with ease by adjusting the presser foot pressure.
  • Up to 6mm Stitch Width
  • Decorative and satin stitches can be set to 6mm wide—making a bolder and more pronounced look
  • Three Needle Positions
  • Needle position can be changed for individual projects, such as inserting zippers or cording and topstitching
  • Automatic Reverse
  • Automatically sew in reverse and reinforce stitches
  • Adjustable Stitch Length & Width
  • Adjust the desired stitch length & width by a simple turn of the dial
  • Included Accessories
  • All-Purpose Foot, Zipper Foot, Buttonhole Foot, Button Sewing Foot, Seam Ripper / Lint Brush, Quilting Guide, Needles, Bobbins, Screwdriver, Auxiliary Spool Pin, Spool Pin Felt, Soft-Sided Dust Cover
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What others are saying.
Could be a great machine
Suzanne Driscoll | January 23, 2012
Overall Rating
Pros:
Good Value, Easy To Use

Sewing on this machine is enjoyable. I would list the pros first. It zips over seams without hesitating and sews as fast as you'd care to go. It is heavy enough that it stays in place and doesn't move around like some portables can.

The dials and settings are easy to read and understand. I change fabrics often from light to heavy weight, and the tension is easily adjusted and not fussy.

Since I use my machine primarily to make quilt tops, I have little need for a lot of fancy stitches I won't use and find the selection of stitches on the 4411 more than adequate for that and also most garment and home sewing needs.

I love being able to see how much thread is left on the bobbin through the plastic window, and that it is a drop-in. I also love the way the thread spool is designed, because it doesn't want to ride up and fly off the spindle at high speeds. The thread feeds out nicely and the machine produces a lovely, even stitch.

I would have rated this machine at five stars if it weren't for the cons. It is very easily threaded until you reach the last two thread guides on the shank before the needle. They are close together and the thread is hard to slide into position. I also find when threading the needle, the clearance is so close it's hard to catch the thread when it passes through the eye. The lever to raise and lower the presser foot is small, and I have to hunt for it. I don't consider this a major issue so much as an annoyance.

The instruction manual is minimal to a fault. One should not have to go online to find out this particular machine does not have to be oiled. Minor things like the screws holding the faceplate down over the feed dog and needle area being mounted too tightly are an issue. One cannot do routine maintenance like brushing out thread lint if one cannot get to the bobbin chase. I couldn't without risking damage to the screw heads.

I used the machine six weeks whenl it developed issues in the bobbin assembly. The timing seemed to be fine, with the thread catching on the hook appropriately, but it intermittently would catch on the bobbin chase and not be able to clear it, and the chase appeared to be loose and noisy. I returned the unit and bought another just like it.

I have had this new machine for a week now, and still could be happier with how the bobbin works. Occasionally the thread will slip out of the thread guide on the chase and I don't notice until the stitches go awry, then I have to stop and reseat the bobbin. I find this happens mostly with the thicker gauged cotton threads so had to switch over to thinner gauged poly thread.

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DO NOT BUY THIS MACHINE
BERTHA GRAHAM | December 12, 2011
Overall Rating
Pros:
Easy To Use
Cons:
Poor Quality

I have been sewing for almost 50 years and have never had such a horrible machine. I recently purchased it and within one day it was jamming. I have a huge blister on my thumb from trying to get the turn wheel to go (there was NO thread or lint obstructing anything). My nearest authorized dealer is located almost 200 miles from my home. I have returned the machine for a full refund. I don't know if the features listed actually perform as I couldn't get the machine to actually sew! I would have been a good value if it had worked. You need to remove the word HEAVY DUTY from the product name!

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I've had to buy 2, breaks easily
Danielle Strickland | November 28, 2011
Overall Rating
Pros:
Great Features, Easy To Use
Cons:
Poor Quality, Expensive, Easily Damaged

Pros: It's awesomely fast and zips through most fabrics without any issue. It's sturdy and easy to use and WHEN it's working I actually enjoy using it very much.

CONS: Because the machine claims to be heavy duty you would think that you could sew heavy duty fabrics like denim, you would be wrong. My 1st machine's timing for the belt (for the top thread to be caught by the hook under the bobbin to make a stitch) was thrown off by trying to sew through 2 layers of denim. My 2nd one now has the same problem but instead of it being caused by something heavy like denim this time it couldn't seem to handle a jersey knit, after ONLY 4 DAYS!!! The bobbin tension is also very temperamental and thread kept getting caught under the foot plate, again with just jersey.

This machine is better than my first, a Singer Quick Fix (which to its credit is the only Singer I've had that hasn't broken but is equally as temperamental), but I will definitely rethink Singer during my next machine purchase. For the price of this model it absolutely is not worth the hassle of working around 2 broken machines.

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Not Up To Task
Brenda Wiley | April 13, 2011
Overall Rating
Pros:
Easy To Use
Cons:
Poor Quality

This machine may be okay for the occassional home sewer, but the machine I purchased has not proven to be useful for every day sewing for repair of technical outerwear. The gear I repair ranges from light weight nylon to canvas weight and I've gone through more needles in three months with this machine than I do in a year on my older machine. The bobbin tension is extremely difficult to regulate and very frustrating. The slightest pull on material while sewing makes the needle go off mark and my needle plate cover is damaged beyond use. Not for professional use in my opinion.

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Finally! A good heavy duty machine!
Teresa Eidenbock | January 03, 2011
Overall Rating
Pros:
Good Value, Great Features, Easy To Use, High Quality

This machine is great for heavy duty work. I sew a lot of leather articles such as moccasins, purses, belts, etc. and this machine does a great job! I like the slower speed feature, and that I don't have to guide the material as much as on my older (15 years) Singer machine. Also, I am glad that this machine uses all my old bobbins, and feeding the thread to the needle is even easier than on my old machine.

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