Cobra Class 3S Sewing Machine

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SKU: 527-3S
Retail: $2,635.00

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Cobra Class 3S

Leather Machine Company is the premier sewing machine company for leather crafters! The Cobra Class 3S is perfect for those looking to sew a wide range of materials, like bio-plastics, canvas and, of course, leather. It has a stitch length range of 2 - 22 stitches per inch, and can reverse stitches in the same holes. The Cobra Class 3S boasts unrivaled quality, and the most versatile presser feet you'll find!

With its 9" cylinder arm, the Cobra Class 3 will sew materials as thin as 3/32”, up to 7/8”, (2.4 mm - 22.2 mm.) and uses threads #138 - #415. It features a digital D.C. servo motor, heavy-duty speed reducer and triple feed mechanism. The machine rests upon a stand with locking casters and includes a 28 LED Super Beam lamp, thread stand, and bobbin winder. Comprehensive manual included, along with needles, thread, bobbins, roller edge guide, tools and oil.

All Cobra machines are backed by a “Limited Lifetime Warranty”

# 527-3S

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Skyline Leather Co.| 1/4/2019 10:22 pm

I ordered my Class 3 from SLC about one year ago and I can say that I'm very pleased with it. I needed a machine that I could make gun holsters, firefighter helmet shields, knife sheaths, etc. and my Class 20 did not have the foot hight required for these projects. So I bought the Class 3. I did not have a lot of space in my garage, so I wanted the machine with the smaller footprint. It's pedestal moves easily and takes up very little room. This is the same machine as the Class 4 and King Cobra, but with a smaller cylinder bed. It can sew very slow and its very easy to control. I have yet to run into issues with the 9" cylinder bed being too small for a project. If your looking for a gun holster stitcher, this is it.