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Smart sewing with Brother Innov-ís A150

Smart sewing is now made simple with the new Brother Innov-ís A150 Computerized Sewing Machine.

Like all the mid-range models under the Brother Innov-ís A Series, the A150 machine has reliable stitch quality and sturdy built and equipped with extra powerful needle penetration for thicker fabrics like denim. It has a maximum sewing speed of 850, a mono LCD display measuring 74 x 44mm, 150 built-in stitches, and built-in lettering font styles of gothic, italic, bold, and one Japanese font style.

To make sure that no accidents happen, Brother Innov-ís A150 is equipped with a built-in safety detection sensor that prevents accidental use of the needle when changing the bobbin. It even has a keypad button to lock the machine when it’s time to change the needle or presser foot, or clean the machine.

Having trouble operating the A150? The Brother SupportCentre App contains how-to videos, an operation manual, stitch pattern chart, and needle and thread suggestion for different fabric types.

To top all those features off, the Innov-ís Series machines are backed by a 1-year warranty (6 months standard, and 6 months extended Brother warranty). So you can sew in peace knowing that your A150 will be providing you reliable sewing service for a long, long time.

The Brother A150 sewing machine is now available at all Brother authorized dealers nationwide at a suggested retail price of P29,995.

For more information about the product, customers may call the Brother Helpdesk at (02) 581-9898 or visit www.brother.com.ph. Customers from Cebu may call (032) 410-7707, and customers from Davao may call (082) 321-0645 or 222-0346.

Topics: Brother Innov-ís A150 , Computerized Sewing Machine

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