• 3 Thread Overlock for single layers
  • 4 Thread Seams for two layers
  • 2-Thread Adaptor Optional for fine roll hems
  • Easiest Built-In Rolled Hem slide lever on needle plate
  • No need to change needle plate for roll hem set up
  • Differential Feed to Gather or Straighten Fabrics
  • Disengageable Knife Cutter Mechanism
  • Most Reliable Serger Brand on the Market
  • Like Bernina 700D also make by Juki

    Juki 644D Instruction Manual(.PDF)
  • US Warranty 5 Years Mechanical, 2 Years Electrical, 90 Days Adjustments on defects in material or workmanship.
  • Extended US Warranty: Free 3-Year Warranty
  • Non-US Warranty: 30 days parts and labor
  • 2 Needle
  • 2/3/4 Thread overlock sewing machine
  • Built-in rolled-hemming
  • Differential feed
  • Sewing speed 1,500 spm
  • Needle sizes 11 to 14
  • Stitch length 1 - 4 mm
  • Universal presser foot tape, ribbon, narrow elastic application
  • Presser foot lift 5 mm
  • Dimensions 270 mm (w) x 295 mm (h) x 340 mm (d)
  • Unit weight 15 lbs
  • Shipping weight 18 lbs.
  • Shipping dimensions 14.5" x 9" x 17.75"
  • UL Listed

Included Accessories
  • Accessory pack
  • Foot control
  • Parts list
  • Warranty Card
  • Instruction Manual
Juki Pearl MO654DE has automatic self-threading lower looper, adaptor for converting to 2 thread for finer roll hems/flatlock stitching/decorative stitching, and the safety feature of machine not being able to run the machine unless all the doors are closed. So, fingers can't be in the loopers underneath. Otherwise same as this Juki Garnet 644D. The Juki MO-644D Overlock/Serger is essentially the same machine as the new Bernina 700D with lay in tensions and older Bernette Funlock 006D both made by Juki in the same factories as the Juki MO600 Series. We prefer the round tension knobs on the Juki brand because they are closer to the needles and loopers, and threads stay in tension longer on the round knobs. Juki is the world's largest manufacturer of industrial sewing machines and sergers. They make Juki and Bernina Sergers and all of Singers computer sewing and embroidery machines from the XL5000 down.
What is the difference between the Juki MO644D and the Juki MO644_ models?
Both Juki models feature 2-needle, built-in rolled hem, however, the 644D model has differential feed.

Which is the best type of serger to buy?

It all depends on how you would use a serger.

If you would only overcast single layers to keep them from raveling, a 3 thread serger would do like Juki MO623: http://www.sewingmachinestore.com/products/abp02533.html

If you seam knits, a 4 thread mock safety stitch is best Like Juki 654DE:

If you seam wovens, the best stitch is a 5 thread safety stitch like Juki 655:

Most all sergers do roll hems and differential feed, so the difference is how many threads you might use.

Some sergers even have the coverhem stitch with 2 or 3 straight stitches on top and a serger stitch on bottom. Juki has the best of all in the new MO735.