Varmax Sewing Machine Review

The Varmax sewing machine isn’t your traditional handheld sewing machine. While it remains portable and smaller, it isn’t a stapler.

Varmax Sewing Machine


  • Portable and smaller
  • Food pedal with extension table
  • Powerful

You get an extension table and foot pedal, giving you the feel of a full-sized sewing machine with greater portability!

Since it is more like a traditional sewing machine means that it doesn’t make as much noise and is a lot more powerful than an ordinary stapler sewing machine.

Varmax Sewing Machine

If you’re someone who is looking for a slightly bigger ‘mini’ version, this will be great for you.

It can sew through 4-layers of denim, so you know it’s powerful. This is a seamstress’ dream come true.


  • Great price
  • Nice size
  • Easy to read instruction manual
  • The foot pedal is smooth and flexible


  • Not very convenient
  • The machine breaks apart very easily
  • Takes a while to repair when it breaks
  •  The machine jams very easily
  • Not durable


How do you use the stapler sewing machine?

Step 1: Rest the bottom of the sewing machine on the four-fingers of your preferred hand. Let your thumb rest on top. Hold on tightly; otherwise, it will slip around. 

Step 2: To thread the machine, put a bobbin next to the needle and thread the needle using the threader.

Step 3: Once this is done, raise the cloth plate and adjust the cloth between the plate and fastening. Press the top of the stapler and move across the fabric.

What can you do with a handheld sewing machine?

You can make tiny alterations and corrections as needed. They allow you to make quick changes on the go without needing to take off your clothes or take down anything that needs repair. Handheld sewing machines are also great for small arts projects.

How do you thread a sewing machine handheld?

1: Put a bobbin next to the needle

2: Use the threader to thread the needle

3: You’re done!

Who is this best for?

Handheld sewing machines are great for anybody from fashion designers to college students. They’re a great way to do simple repairs as well as arts and crafts with your child!

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