Juki sewing machines are probably the number one choice in the industrial arena. Factories across the globe use Juki because they are so well engineered. Having said that the name Juki is still not as well known to the UK home sewer. However, the domestic models are as equally well made as their industrial counterparts.
Although we stubbornly continue to reject or recommend inferior makes of sewing machines, Alan and Steve Bamber have every confidence in the Juki brand.
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  • Juki HZL-353Z

    Juki HZL-353Z

    The Juki HZL-353Z is a good quality basic sewing machine with 21 stitches. This model is the perfect choice if you're looking for something better than the cheap supermarket option.
  • Juki HZL-70HW Sewing Machine

    Juki HZL-70HW Sewing Machine

    We move up the scale with the Juki HZL-70HW. You should consider what it will be like to live with your sewing machine. You may be wary of spending too much on stitches and features.
  • Juki HZL-G120

    Juki HZL-G120

    In order to provide beautiful seams and outstanding feed performance, JUKI adopted box feed system. The conventional feed mechanism is oval motion. On the other hand, the box feed moves the feed dog
  • Juki HZL-H60HR Sewing Machine

    Juki HZL-H60HR Sewing Machine

    The Juki HZL-H60HR Sewing Machine is simple and easy to operate. With 40 sewing patterns this model is perfect for anyone looking for a good quality basic machine.
  • Juki HZL-H80HP

    Juki HZL-H80HP

    The Juki HZL-H80HP has a nice range of stitches without going overboard. This includes an alphabet for sewing out names and words. The engineering is what impresses us most. Alan and Steve like