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Singer Assorted Self Threading Hand Needles, 15-Count
15.05 AED

Singer Assorted Self Threading Hand Needles, 15-Count

by  Singer, Sewing and Accessories -  248 ratings

15.05 AED 

+ 17.59 AED UAE Delivery
International Product from Amazon.com. Ships from and sold by Amazon Global Store US.
Brand
Singer
Color
Assorted 15/Pkg
Main Features:
  • Set of 15 assorted self-threading needles in round "Dial-a-Needle" compact
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

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    Specifications

    Brand
    Singer
    Battery Size
    1 Pack
    Model Number
    00290
    UPC-A
    075691002909
    Brand
    Singer
    Battery Size
    1 Pack
    Model Number
    00290
    UPC-A
    075691002909
    Item EAN
    2724625326816
    ASIN
    B000YZAPXS
    Color
    Color
    Assorted 15/Pkg
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    Description:

    00290 Features: -Hand needles. -Assorted sizes. -Self threading. -Package type: Carded. Generic Dimensions: -5" H x 3" W x 0.25" D. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -5 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -3 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -0.25 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -0.04 Pounds.

 

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  • Not Singer needles - see my photo
    By J. Daugherty on 18 April 2016

    I think I received knock-off needles. After my thread kept falling out of these, I noticed the dispenser looks different. It says SINCER instead of SINGER, and it's not in the usual Singer font. In my photo below my presumably knock-off pack is sitting atop a Singer pack I purchased elsewhere. I'm surprised since these were sold by and shipped form Amazon.

    28 people found this review helpful

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  • Helpful for people who can’t find those little needle holes
    By Connie P on 20 September 2017

    I used to tease my husband when he first needed reading glasses…until I needed them, then I realized it wasn’t so funny. One of my greatest challenges of seeing up-close now – even while wearing reading glasses – is threading needles. Whether it is hand sewing or using a sewing machine, I usually have to try a few times before getting the thread through the hole. It is SO frustrating!

    These assorted Singer self-threading hand needles are not perfect, but they help a lot. You simply slip the thread through the groove at the top of the needle and pull it down into the eye. Depending on the type of thread and needle you are using, sometimes the thread will break while trying to slip it through the groove. However, I have learned to expect this on occasion. I always thread the needle near the end of the thread instead of the middle so not very much thread is wasted if it does break.

    These Singer needles come in a cheap, plastic “dial-a-needle” case. You line up a small, hard-to-find opening with a compartment to slide out a needle (see picture). It would be better to have this opening identified somehow, especially considering people who are using these self-threading needles often can't see close-up very well. If you are not paying attention, needles can accidentally slide out of this opening. Personally, I'll just keep a few needles on my pin cushion instead.

    Although Singer is an American company, the needles are made in China. The price on Amazon was considerably cheaper than my local sewing store. Overall, I would recommend.

    7 people found this review helpful

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  • Singer self threading needles
    By Kleine on 02 November 2012

    Great idea, poor execution. The gap between the two parts of the needle eye are so tight that the thread breaks more often than not. When my mother-in-law said she was having trouble threading these I told her I'd figure it out and let her know how to do it but found myself having the same problem. I have bought other self threading needles for her that worked wonderfully (the brand on those was "JOHN JAMES". I was REALLY disappointed in these as I purchased 5 packages of them thinking "good price and Singer brand besides" and had given them to her and elderly relatives that I knew liked to sew. I will go back to buying the John James brand that I had purchased before for my mother-in-law...she loved those as much as she hates these. The only reason these got a one star rating is because there wasn't anything lower than that!

    47 people found this review helpful

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  • Completely useless product
    By dragondancer on 18 May 2017

    Horrible. These supposedly "self-threading" needles are little more than a regular needle with a top opening. And nothing to keep the thread IN the eye, once it is inserted into the slot. Positively awful. How I wish I had used them sooner. I put them in my sewing box and just brought them out today to mend a sock. Useless. Don't be fooled by the "Singer" name on the package. It is NOT the sewing machine company, it is a company from Luxembourg in Europe.

    8 people found this review helpful

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  • Thread breaks when trying to thread this needle
    By amrock on 16 February 2017

    I purchases these needles to use with my quilting, to be able to tie off and hide the thread ends. Unfortunately, they do not allow the thread to automatically thread the needle, and instead the thread tears at the point it is trying to go through the open eye. At first I thought it was a problem with the thread, or maybe a defective needle, but I tried several types of thread and several needles with the same results - about one time out of ten the thread would pull into the needle eye, and the other 9 times it would break. I purchased another brand at a local store and they work perfectly. I will be returning these needles.

    6 people found this review helpful

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