DISCLOSURE: Small paint chip inside bed of machine. See photo…
Will not interfere with performance of machine.
The Pfaff 7530 is one of the last machines produced in Germany. It is heavy duty, precision and an amazing sewing machine to use. This machine does have the DUAL FEED (IDT) system that Pfaff is known for. This listing is in VERY GOOD condition and has been fully serviced by our Pfaff technician.
The Pfaff 7530 has 179 stitches, sensor buttonholes in many styles and 9mm stitch width that will produce beautiful, stunning stitch patterns.
The Pfaff 7530 has a smoothness and precision not found in current sewing machines. It has a free arm and a high speed, industrial rotary hook system for perfect stitch quality. Tensions are stable and reliable thanks to the all-metal hook and the advanced, universal tension system on the upper tension.
This machine is wonderful for the quilter as it offers 19 needle positions and a 9mm stitch width. The stitch is very strong, straight and precise. There is also a wonderful selection of stitches for the quilter including blanket stitches, stippling stitch, invisible applique’ stitch and a “hand” quilting stitch.
The hook system in this machine is the HIGH SPEED ROTARY SYSTEM that Pfaff is famous for, taken from the industrial division of Pfaff AG.
Included with this machine: foot controller, accessories and instruction book (cdr0m)
About our Refurbished Pfaff machines:
Brubaker’s Sewing Center has been a Pfaff Dealer since 1952. In the year 2000, Pfaff was sold to the SVP Group (Husqvarna Viking and Singer). When we learned that the new owners were closing the German factory we had the foresight to buy as many german parts, circuit boards and components that we could get our hands on. As a result, we have a great supply of parts and components to service and restore our beloved German Pfaff machines. It is because of this that we can offer these machines with a full, 1 year warranty.
Additionally, these machines have been completely rebuilt/refurbished to “as new” or “one off” factory condition. The prices will vary solely on cosmetic condition. All are perfect running, finely tuned as they would be if you had purchased the machine new. While there are risks associated with purchasing a used sewing machine, we try to alleviate that risk by offering you this warranty, and know that these machines, while used, are still much better in quality than any new sewing machine produced today. If you are a serious sewer or quilter, a German Pfaff will give you years of trouble-free sewing.