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Brother boosts line for homes, small businesses

BROTHER International Philippines Corporation (Brother Phils.) has launched in the Philippine market its latest entry-level home sewing machine model, the Brother JA-1450NT, to further boost its line of entry-level machines for use in homes and small businesses.

This compact and easy-to-use mechanical sewing machine model has all the basic features homemakers and sewing hobbyists need for their sewing projects and mending needs.  Reasonably priced at PHP 9,995, Brother JA-1450NT is also perfect for young designers who want to start their own clothing line and enterprising individuals who want to manufacture customizable merchandise or enter any business for that matter, where they will need a reliable set of sewing machines.

Brother JA-1450NT features include 14 built-in decorative and quilting stitches, automatic (4-step) buttonhole, top load bobbin, LED sewing light, auto threading system and twin needle sewing, with free arm conversion.  It also comes with an instructional DVD with bonus sewing projects.

Brother JA-1450NT

What’s more, Brother Phils. President and chief executive officer Hocson said they also making sure that they are at their customers’ side by offering at no cost a training package with the purchase of the machine, and even train offsite, if needed.

The choice of the brand conscious market, Brother sewing machines’ superb value is largely attributable as well to its excellent and accessible after-sales service.

With Brother’s 13 Sewing and Embroidery Machine Authorized Service Centers with 53 branches nationwide, Hocson said that customers can rest assured that there is a Brother Authorized Service Center nearby to help them maximize the use, as well as maintain their Brother sewing machines.

Brother’s other sewing machines model available in the market include  the GS-2700 mechanical sewing machine (SRP P10,995) with built-in needle threader, one-step buttonhole, and 27 built-in stitches.

Topics: Brother Phils.

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