Shuttle:Oscillating (Cam & Rocker Arm Driven)
Power:1/10th hp, 110 Volt, AC motor, 1.5 amp
Max. Sewing Speed:500 Stitches Per Minute
Min. - Max. Straight Stitch:0-6 mm (Forward & Reverse)
Needle System:135 x 17 & 135 x 16, #10 - #22
Presser Foot Lift:0.375"
Needle Bar Stroke:30 mm
Bed Size:14.5" x 7"
Underarm Space:7" x 4.5"
Bobbin Size:Class 15 / Style A
Thread Take-up Lever:Link Type
Case Dimensions:21 3/4” W x 10 5/8” D x 14 5/8” H
Carrying Weight:54 pounds


  • Industrial Carrying Case
  • Elastic Protector Strap
  • Integrated Thread Stand
  • Sailrite Flex20 LED Light
  • Power Plus balance wheel
  • EZ Set Stitch Length Plate
  • Electronic variable speed foot control
  • V-92 White Polyester Thread 1 oz.
  • Sewing machine oil
  • 4 bobbins
  • 4 - #20 needles
  • Tool Kit
  • Comprehensive guidebook
  • Ultrafeed Set-up, Use & Maintenance DVD
  • 2 Year Warranty


NEW - Industrial Carrying Case

This is our brand new Industrial Case for the Ultrafeed Sewing Machine.

Ultafeed Plus Package

See what comes with the Ultrafeed Plus package.

Ultrafeed Sewing Machine Series Overview

A quick overview of the features and accessories of each of the Ultrafeed packages.

Sail & Canvas Work on the Ultrafeed

The Ultrafeed Sewing machines can easily sew heavy materials, making them perfect for sewing sails and boat canvas.

Home Sewing on an Ultrafeed

The Ultrafeed can be your go-to sewing machine for all of your projects around the home.

Sewing Soft Leather on an Ultrafeed

These machines are tough enough to sew through heavy sailmakers’ leather while still having the finesse to sew fine leather goods as well.

EZ Set Stitch Length Plate

Demo of the EZ Set Stitch Length Plate which comes standard on all new Ultrafeed Sewing Machines.

Ratings & Reviews

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Gotta have one. Wait I have one:)) Need a portable one after mine was screwed to cabinet.


We've enjoyed this machine. Having bought the introduction version over 17 years ago. Added on the monsterwheel. Never use the monster. But checked it out. Also upgraded zipper/cord feet because I seem to sew zippers and cording a LOT. Not in the boat perse world. I was sold on this machine by one specific advertisement at the time. Will sew through all foam material without skipping. My ancient but beautiful 1915 commercial singer machine would skip if any foam or even vinyl fabrics with a spongy back to them was tried. It has lived up to it's reputation. Then along came the Zig Zag version. I'll kick myself for not upgrading right away when they sent me introduction prices too. Ahhh live and learn. I've repaired boat covers for friends. My only complaint is husband screwed down the foot peddle onto the custom made cabinet so it is no longer truly portable. So out of frustration as it does not have a detaching foot and power cord to the machine I am seriously thinking of buying that zig zag version now and making sure it never gets attached to a table period. (I could buy replacement cords then to make it truly portable again.) Right now we have three tents needing repairs including total custom zipper replaced. Being able to set it up outside on covered patio with lots of room...makes sense. I can't swing for the zig zag machine at this time. I worry now seeing a V-3 is coming out and these are closing out. But it'll be Dec before I can possibly pull money together due to some unexpected bills (New Well for one, gotta have water:))) I loved the stories of the soldiers by the way who used these machines in national guard and regular army etc. Wonderful machines and I recommend to most anyone. To the person who found the monster wheel too difficult to use. I wish someone had asked her/him to remove it and try it without via regular power. It really might have been all that was needed for success. I'm not a big person and I never feel the machine even with the monster is difficult to use. Just wish the cords detached at the machine itself. Checking to see what it would take to cut the orginals off short put on plugs and buy spare cords not available for this machine but similar are and then put outlet plugs on the old cut off part and new ones so I can just unplug and be portable again. Though I would love that Zig Zag....it's a possible option. Get one before they are gone if you can swing it. If you sew or new to it. Brings out your creativity !!!!