Arrow 98701 Bertha White Sewing Machine Cabinet
with Air Lift 3 Position Platform
Sewing Machine Cabinet Includes Quilt Leaf Extension, Storage Bins, Larger up to 45Lb Sewing Machine Platform 22.5x11.75"
This cabinet was made to fit today's large and heavy sewing and embroidery machines. Her airlift holds a 45 pound machine and will move your sewing machine up and down effortlessly into 3 positions: freearm, flatbed and storage. We have also included the quilt leaf for the back of the cabinet. The leaf will increase your workspace behind the unit, so fragile quilts won't fall on the floor as you pass them through the machine. The leaf slides along a metal rod behind the cabinet for custom positioning to the left of your machine. The two doors on Bertha have a total of 8 storage trays for all your sewing accessories. A cut out in the front allows for machine knee lifters to be used comfortably. Sew with correct posture avoiding stress on your hands, back and neck in any position by sitting in front of your needle for center needle sewing. Curious if your large machine will fit Bertha?
The opening will accommodate sewing machines no larger then 22-9/16" wide x 11-3/4" front to back (deep) x 13-1/8" tall.
- 3 Position airlift supports machines up to 45 Pounds
- Center needle sewing for sewing comfort
- Quilt leaf included
- Bins on doors for storage of accessories
Click Here to View the Arrow Bertha Instruction Manual(.PDF)
Click Here for list of Machines that are not compatible with the Bertha Table(.PDF)
- US Warranty 1 year parts, 90 days labor on defects in materials and workmanship.
- Non-US Warranty: 30 days parts and labor
Open: 84" w x 39-3/4" d x 30-1/2" h (quilt leaf fully extended)
Closed: 42" w x 19-3/4" d x 31-1/2" h
Made to Fit Large Heavy Machines: Opening for machine is 22-9/16" w x 11-3/4" d
General Arrow Quilt Leaf Demonstration Video:
Arrow and Kangaroo Sewing Machine Cabinet Selection. How to Choose!
The 15,000 fits the platform of the Aussie and Kangaroo & Joey in the flatbed position with a custom insert but the customer must move the machine from right to left when lowering the machine into storage position due to the length of the front support leg of the machine.
We have posted this information on our web sites to inform the consumer but I wanted to contact you directly with the news. We will be seeking a solution to this problem but that will be down the road before any changes can be made if any. Arrow/Kangaroo