The Amado Mini Handheld Portable Sewing Machine has a unique feature, like most Amado products. It has a pressure adjusting roll, that you can use to adjust the stitching pattern thread tightness.
Another traditional stapler style sewing machine.
This is a kit you’ll need if you’re doing shows or exhibitions of any kind. It works as a quick, easy repair kit for on the go.
You can stitch a child some clothes and have little power consumed.
The best part is that this Amado Mini Handheld Portable Sewing Machine consumes less power than most stapler sewing machines, so you can have it run for a while.
It is great for on-the-go fashion designers and exhibitionists. It is compact and lightweight.
Not only is it portable and completely handheld, it comes completely setup and ready for use!
- Great repair kit
- Less power consumption
- Comes ready-to-use
- Plastic body
- Stitches come out
- The instruction manual is hard to follow.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Amado Mini Handheld Portable Sewing Machine:
Here are the advantages of buying a stapler sewing machine:
- Convenient: These small hand sewing machines are portable, lightweight, and compact enough to carry around with you. Keeping it handy in your suitcase or purse is not hard.
- Easy-to-use: Handheld sewing machines are great for beginners and kids. They are easy to use as they do not require too much knowledge on how to use them. Since you can hold them, it becomes easier to make quick adjustments on the go. You won’t have to remove the cloth from its place to alter.
- Affordability: They do not usually go beyond $50. This makes them a lot more cost-effective than buying the full-sized sewing machine.
- No electricity needed: These products usually require a battery to run and don’t need to be plugged into a wall socket to work.
Here are some disadvantages to buying a stapler sewing machine:
- Speed: Since they are smaller, they tend to take a much longer time to finish up larger projects.
- Not great with thick fabric: If you’re working with thicker fabrics, you might encounter some issues. It might not even work.
- Can’t replace a full-sized sewing machine: while handheld sewing machines are great for minor fixes, they’re never going to replace a full-sized sewing machine. They take a long time to work with, don’t really work on thicker or tougher fabrics and aren’t meant for large projects.
- There are quality issues: The price tag on these devices usually doesn’t cross $50. This is a blessing and a curse. The low price tag also means that they’re usually cheaply made and don’t last very long.