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)
Min. - Max. Zigzag Width:0-5 mm (0 is Straight Stitch)
Needle System:135 x 17 & 135 X 16, #10 - #22
Presser Foot Lift:0.375"
Needle Bar Stroke:34 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:55 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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Could Not Ask for a Better Machine


I have never used a sewing machine in my life but with a sailboat full of projects I thought it was time to learn. The LSZ-1 was a snap to learn and easy to control. The Sailrite videos made the setup process extremely easy to complete and then it was off to the races! The controls are simple and intuitive. Build quality is excellent and all the tools you need are included with the machine.

Amazing machine.


While we initially were hesitant to spend so much, this machine has more than saved us double it's value and then some. It sews thru numerous layers like butter, has readily sewn solar panels into place, yet handles just two layers of Sunbrella with equal ease. Sailrite has been fantastic with support, and their videos are second to none. This has been an investment that I would easily make again.

Mine's been working great for me.


I've had one of these for a few years, with the monster balance wheel option. The machine's been great. I'm surprised how little adjusting I've done, even when switching fabric weights. A partial turn on the tension knob once in a while has been the only thing. My projects have been mostly Sunbrella - sail covers, winch covers and other boating and camping stuff. Some other things with lighter fabrics (curtains, etc). Large model airplane wing bags from quilted fabric. The biggest project was a sacrificial Sunbrella border for the 150% genoa on my 36' sailboat. It's a BIG sail and I made a special table to be able to feed the rolled up sail through the machine. I'm no expert but the machine seems to make things pretty easy so it works out well for me. A couple of boating friends have this same machine and they're really happy with theirs, too.

A little more on my table. I got an 8 ft long x 30" wide portable plastic top table from Costco and put an angle bracket under one long side about halfway along. On that I hang a little plywood shelf with one leg at the outside end and I set the machine on that with the sewing surface of the machine the same height as the table top. It's like a miniature sail loft if you've ever seen a real one. You can slide some fairly bulky stuff around on the plastic table top for ease in maneuvering through the machine. The walking foot does a great job of feeding the material. You just have to keep the bulk of it managed somehow.

I've built a couple of the project kits that Sailrite sells and they've been good practice for an amateur sewer like me:-)



Very prefect

Ultrafeed in the Sculpture Department

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I purchased one of these machines for the sculpture department at the university where I teach and was 100% satisfied. For years my students have wanted to utilize sewing for sculptural projects and we've been just making do with hand-me-down machines. The Ultrafeed sews like a champ, especially when we need the walking foot for materials like vinyl and nylon. I would highly recommend this machine to anyone and will hopefully be getting one for my own studio soon.

Still going strong...

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My Sailright has seen over 30 countries and after replacing a slightly rusty bobbin she is still going strong. Just look at the upholstery in my dory and you'll see why we love our Sailright!

Worth the $

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I started making CC handbags and selling them. My regular sewing machine just could not handle the heavy sewing. I needed something portable, as I do a lot of my work at the dinning table. Someone suggested a Sailrite. I love it! It sews through the heavy stuff so easily and also works great with leather. Definitely worth the money.


Great Product

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I love the machine. The machine oil ruptured in transit and I've had to clean the oil off everything but otherwise I'm very happy with the quality and performance.

I am now a Seamster

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Was absolutely enthralled with the machine. My first stitch ever on a sewing machine was flawless. The video that came w/ purchase was spot on, along w/ all the how-to videos that Sailrite provides. Wife is extremely happy - yeah, brownie points ( I need them) The only negative is time for all the sewing projects ahead e.g. dinghy chaps