|You can see the bobbin case here. The middle dial on the right is for making button holes.|
|The red tool case for holding presser feet and other items.|
|Here is everything that comes with the Bernina 830 Sewing Machine as I listed above. (The light bulbs I forgot to include in this photo, but I have a photo of them down below.)|
|21 stitches total. These are a really nice assortment of stitches from utility stitches to a few fancy stitches.|
*Disclosure: The machine has a crack on the plastic that has been repaired on the back of the machine (see photo below). The crack is located on the plastic housing behind the thread spool pins and in no way affects the use of the machine when sewing. You can only see the crack from behind.
|Here are some of the stitches sewn on this Bernina 830 Record sewing machine.|
|I am including 4 brand new sewing machine light bulbs too.|
If I sold each part of this machine separately I would make more money than selling everything all together. Check out the sold listings on ebay.com to see what these sewing machines sell for and what the separate parts sell for too. Just the knee lift part alone has sold between $50-$75 on ebay; the same for the extension table. Presser feet cost from $10-$20 each and sometimes even more. The embroidery hoop alone I saw for sale on ebay for $30. The (empty) red tool box sold for $20 and up. Swiss made Bernina machines like this really hold their value!
**Update: The Bernina here has SOLD! Thank you Jackie.