Husqvarna Viking Opal™ 670 Sewing Machine

If you are sewing on a mechanical machine or an older computerized model, you are missing out on the benefits of modern technology. The HUSQVARNA VIKING® OPAL™ computerized sewing machines are extra-efficient with loads of built-in assistance to change the way you sew – for the better! So let your OPAL™ sewing machine focus on delivering the best result, while you relax and focus on the joy on sewing!

Experience the power of modern technology. With the exclusive SEWING ADVISOR® feature providing built-in assistance, a large 200mm sewing space, a monochrome touch screen, plenty of programming possibilities and memories, and 200 beautiful stitches, the HUSQVARNA VIKING® OPAL™ 670 sewing machine not only takes your joy of sewing to a whole new level – it lets you go from good to great!

Modern Innovation

•The Touch Screen is easy to navigate and shows all your settings.
•The Automatic Thread Cutter is a true time-saver. It cuts the top and bobbin thread automatically.
•The Bobbin Thread Sensor alerts you when the bobbin thread is about to run out.
•The Electronic Self-Adjusting Thread Tension sets the best tension automatically for all your sewing techniques and fabrics.

Generous Capability

•The generous 8″ (200 mm) sewing surface and long arm makes it easy to sew large projects.
There are 4 built-in fonts for personalizing, labeling and dating your sewing projects.
•Program and save personal stitch settings to the “My Stitches” menu.
•200 beautiful stitches for endless creative opportunities including 7 mm stitch witdth.
•The Perfectly Balanced Buttonholes (PBB) and the Exclusive Sensor One-Step Buttonhole Foot automatically sews perfect one-step buttonholes every time.

User-friendly Convenience

•The Exclusive SEWING ADVISOR® feature optimizes your sewing with automatic settings.
•3 LED lights reduce shadows while sewing.
•The Built-in Needle Threader makes threading so easy.
•The Sew On Button Program means buttons are attached easily by machine!

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