Brother PE770 Review

Brother PE770 Review In Detail

When you review Brother PE770, there are more chances for you to be impressed rather than being disappointed. 

Editor rating


When it comes to the top embroidery machines available in U.S, PE770 is right on top of the list. Probably it is one of the best embroidery machines available United States. It also won the Consumers Digest Best Buy Award. PE770's 5 inch x 7 inch work area is ideal for large projects.

Ease of Use

Starting out on Brother PE770 is very easy. It requires little effort to set this machine up. However it is better to read the user manual completely, before starting out. Stitches from this machine look great. The LCD touch screen is very easy to use. You can use the screen for design selection and editing. You can also see some help tutorials on the screen itself. This embroidery machine can stitch at a speed of 650 stitches per minute.

Computer connectivity is a great feature as you can download designs online. You just need to connect the USB stick to the port provided on Brother PE770. You can download designs from iBroidery.com (which is Brother's official embroidery design store) or you can import designs from a USB stick. You can also use the embroidery cards from Brother (separate purchase) and stick it in the embroidery-card slot. With the built-in memory, you can customize your work as well.
 

Pros

•    Easy to use
•    Quality designs
•    Computer connectivity

Cons

•    Embroidery only, no sewing features

Editor Comments

Overall, Brother PE770 is a perfect embroidery machine for people who are just starting out. It's embroidery area is good enough for professionals as well.

Specifications

FeatureType
TypeEmbroidery Only
Max Embroidery Area5" x 7"
Built-in StitchesNo Sewing Stitches
Embroidery Hoop1 hoop, 5" x 7"
Sewing Start/Stop ButtonYes
Embroidery Speed650 Stitches/min
Speed Control SliderNo
Built-in Embroidery Designs136
Automatic Needle ThreaderYes
Layout FunctionYes
Buttonhole StylesNo
Pattern Rotation1, 10, or 90 Degrees
Top Drop-in BobbinYes
USB ConnectivityYes
Stitch SelectionLCD Touch Screen
Embroidery CardYes
Built-in MemoryYes
Programmable Needle Up/DownYes
Built-in Monogramming FontYes 6
Adjustable Presser Foot PressureNo
On Board StorageNo
Work LightYes, 2 LEDs
Machine Weight27 lbs
Warranty25 Year Limited
Automatic Thread CutterYes

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