When we first sew this machine way back in October as a prototype, it looked good then, but now it looks even better with the stainless steel bed. The Pfaff Passport 2.0 is available now.
Imagine a sewing machine compact enough to whisk away to a sewing class or fit in your book shelf. Now, imagine this same machine is chock-full of features designed to meet the high demands of the sewer. The Passport 2.0 is a sewing machine specially designed for small spaces, as well as going places such as classes, retreats or any sewing journey.
Although the Pfaff Passport 2.0 sewing machine is lightweight at 6.3Kg, it is still equipped with technology like the IDT system, LED lights and the original click-on presser foot system making feet interchangeable between various models.
The Pfaff Passport 2 has 70 stitches and up to 7mm wide which can be viewed on machines pull-out stitch selection card. It is ready to sew all types of materials anything from silk to denim. It is a heavy duty machine with a stainless steel bed plate, so no more scratch marks from pins or thread snips across the passport's lovely body.
We particularly like the thread tie-off function and the ability to adjust the pattern width or length while sewing.
Other Passport 2.0 features include, LED stitch selection display, Info button, it can be used with or without a foot control, needle up/down function, 7-peice feed dog as well as Pfaff's IDT feed system.
It really is a fantastic machine to stitch on and it look great. Packed with popular functions the passport 2 may very well become a best seller for Pfaff.
Accessories include: Spare bobbins, machine needles for all types of fabrics, patchwork guide, fancy stitch foot, foot to insert zips and piping cords, Zigzag foot, buttonhole foot for automatic buttonholes, blind hemming foot and well as twin needle spool pin and other accessories. A hard protective cover and instruction book are also included.
By Janet from London
I would like to say the quality is good. I found it sews thick materials. It is light enough to lift on to the table. Looks good in black with orange trim. I would buy one again if needed. (Posted on 3/7/14)