Juki HZL-K85 Computer-Controlled Household Sewing Machine


Juki HZL-K85 Computer-Controlled Household Sewing Machine

  • 150 sewing patterns and 1 font of letter to sew both letters and numbers
  • Features you would expect on a quality sewing machine such as instant needle position adjustment, changeable size of stitch patterns as well as the needle position (offers 15 needle positions), bright LED worklight that doesn’t heat up, and auto needle threader
  • Additional features include auto lock stitch for start and end of stitching, an easy to use start and stop button, and auto button hold maker

Easy operation and many user-friendly functions! Wide variety of 150 stitch patterns Letters and one point stitch patterns You can change the size of stitch patterns Free arm Drop in bobbin Drop feed for free motion quilting

Price: $ 269.99

Juki HZL-G110 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine, 180 Stitches with 1-Font

  • Computer Sewing and Quilting Machine
  • 180 Stitches with 1 Font
  • Hard cover included
  • Automatic Needle Threader
  • Bright LED Lights

Juki, the world wide leader in industrial sewing machine technology brings the HZL-G110 home to you. The G110 computerized sewing machine, with 180 stitches and 1 font, 8 automatic button holes, 37 variable needle positions and 70 pattern memory, LED lights, automatic needle threader, adjustable stitch length and stitch width, speed control, drop feed and hard cover. Inspiration for all your clothing, quilting and home deco projects.

List Price: $ 559.00

Price: $ 559.00

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6 Comments/Reviews

  • Sharon E Thompson says:
    65 of 66 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Great All-Around Sewing Machine, January 10, 2013
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    This review is from: Juki HZL-K85 Computer-Controlled Household Sewing Machine (Kitchen)
    I’ve been sewing for 33 years and this is my first electronic sewing machine. I love it. Its easy to thread, change bobbins, the auto-matic needle threader (great for my 46 year-old eyes). It can sew basic letters and numbers, which look pretty good. The stretch stitch sews knits easily no problems and no ripples…I plan to use this a lot when I don’t feel changing the color of my threads on my Juki MO644D serger. The needle up/down feature is great, speed control great…its very quiet too! Solidly built and EASY to operate. Great manual, lots of feet/accessories and even an instructional DVD. Overall this is a fantastic sewing machine….I LOVE JUKI!!!

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  • Amazon Customer says:
    53 of 55 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great reliable machine, June 1, 2013
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    Amazon Customer (New York) –

    This review is from: Juki HZL-K85 Computer-Controlled Household Sewing Machine (Kitchen)
    Like Sharon (the other review) this is my first electronic machine and I have been sewing since age six. I had a collection of older mechanical machines and this JUKI is replacing them all. It does all the tricks most people use. The letters are just something cool. It also comes with a dvd that helps with learning it along with a good manual. Quiet and at a economical price — I cruised the Vikings and JoAnn’s one day and they were just out of range. Singer doesn’t compete any longer. I have used JUKI industrial machines and wasn’t aware they were making machines for home sewers. Well they do and this one is great! The auto threading is great — no longer need two pairs of glasses 😉

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  • Natalie Reiners says:
    30 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Comparative Review Against Brother, Janome, and Singer, May 17, 2014
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    This review is from: Juki HZL-K85 Computer-Controlled Household Sewing Machine (Kitchen)

    Customer Video Review Length:: 5:01 Mins

    This video compares 4 sewing machines, side by side in the $250-$500 price bracket. Although the Singer 9970 won overall, I kept this machine as the perfect travel companion. On the down side, because it is a 3/4 size machine according to Juki, it did not perform well on the piercing test (as shown in the video) but did beautiful decorative stitches and a perfect 3/16″ seam. The expansive table (separate purchase) gave me plenty of room to work, while the machine is light and easy to carry. I loved the lighting and the easy stitch selection too. It proved to be a keeper!

    There were actually 8 machines altogether in the testing but I split them into two groups, ‘Under $250’ and ‘$250-$500’. If you want to see the ‘Under $250’ it posted under the winner, Brother Laura Ashley CX155 LA.

    Laura Ashley Limited Edition CX155LA Computerized Sewing & Quilting Machine with Built-in Font for Basic Monogramming

    It all started with the need to purchase 2 new machines for my sewing studio (I teach sewing). I bought 2 machines on Black Friday based on good prices and the information from the respective company websites. The information was wrong and both machines went back. At that point, I decided to do a side by side comparison between a series of machines, and keep the best two. Actually, I wound up keeping 3:))

    TESTING:
    The video shows highlights and you can hear some of the machines in action, including this Juki, but there is no way to pack 28 days of testing into 5 minutes of video:)) What is written below are the some of the comments that are not covered.

    Seams:
    *5/8″

    All 4 machines produced a perfect 5/8″ seam. What I loved, loved, loved about the Singer is that it came with a clear 5/8″ guide foot that helps the sewer to stitch perfect seams. This is ideal for new sewers, and when working with difficult fabrics, as the guide provides an edge to place the fabric against. WINNER: Singer 9970

    *1/4″ All the machines were able to do this. Surprisingly, the Brother PC420PRW did not come with a 1/4″ foot! Ugh! PRW is supposed to stand for Project RunWay – French Seams are part of fashion and start with 1/4″ seams so I was astonished that the foot was not there. That said, the other 3 machines were easier to work with for this test, and thus produced a more accurate seam. In order to decide, I took a sewing gauge and measured. The Juki and Janome both were spot on at 3/16″. TIE

    Pull Test
    By no means scientific, this test involves trying to pull the 5/8″ seam stitched above apart. They all held beyond my puny strength. Good enough.

    Noise:

    To really gauge this the machines all need to be side by side and running. This was the toughest test to do. I put a long length of cotton in and set each machine going using the auto on feature. The quietest machines were Brother and Singer. I gave it to the Singer. This machine, the Juki HZL-K85 was the loudest due to the box feed system.

    Lighting:

    Wonderful lighting on all machines in this price bracket compared to the $250 group. I could comfortably sew at night without glasses for the most part. A huge relief for strained eyes. The brightest machine was actually the Singer.

    Overall Ease of Use:

    Here is where Juki really shines. The other machines have computerized LCD screens with scrolling features and the sewer must spend a good deal of time finding the stitch. Checking in the manual, reviewing the stitch selector etc. helps with this but I think my Pfaff has me spoiled on this point. The Juki is a joy to work with and it is easy to navigate from stitch to stitch. It has just enough decorative stitches to be fun to use whilst being completely practical as well.

    Threading:

    Covered briefly in the video – showing Brother as #1 but the automatic needle threaders on the other machines really are pitiful by comparison.

    On the whole, I recommend this machine to anyone looking for a travel machine, or to use for everyday sewing. If heavy denim, upholstery fabrics or large quilts (it doesn’t have much space to the right of the needle) are part of your sewing repertoire, then this is probably not the best choice for the money IMHO.

    But, for classes, piecing and light garment sewing – this really is a GREAT LITTLE MACHINE!

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  • Cutthroat Apparel says:
    36 of 37 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Love this machine!, May 5, 2014
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    This review is from: Juki HZL-G110 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine, 180 Stitches with 1-Font (Misc.)
    I am updating my review… Last one was from May and today its Jan 29, 2015. I still love it and have logged in thousands of hours on this machine; in fact I have even bought a second one so that when one needs its regular cleaning and maintenance I still have a machine to keep me going.

    I mainly use this Juki for heavy materials (vinyl, denim and canvas) and never a single problem but a couple of miss stitches when it’s my fault for feeding in to many folds of material. But other than that, this machine is the bees knees and I will only own Juki machines from here on out.

    One thing that could change with the machine is that it needs an LED for the screen, but it doesn’t bother me much so it’s not that big of deal.

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  • Ms. Virgo says:
    39 of 44 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Juki G110, May 15, 2014
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    Ms. Virgo (NNH) –

    This review is from: Juki HZL-G110 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine, 180 Stitches with 1-Font (Misc.)
    I’ve just received my Juki, I didn’t buy from Amazon but buy just about everything else here and rely heavily on reviews. Here’s mine:
    1- Solid and good size, hoping it stays put when working on big projects
    2- Moderate noise level
    3- Good feed mechanism
    4- Pattern stitching is crisp and well defined
    5-Lcd screen is not illuminated (no backlight)
    6-Presser foot doesn’t have manual adjustment
    7-Could use 1 more thread guide near needle, thread tends to flop around a bit.
    I’ve been sewing for a long time and have owned many machines over the years. IMO this machine rates a 7 out of 10.

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  • Jennifer King says:
    14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Five Stars, December 31, 2014
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    This review is from: Juki HZL-G110 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine, 180 Stitches with 1-Font (Misc.)
    I love love love this machine. It sews like a dream and easily handles a queen size quilt.

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