jdj62464: hey dumbass if your gonna do a review on something how about reading the
freaking directions first.
Benny ofAtlanta: not threaded correctly
firehigh38: WOW your a freakin' idiot. Ty for wasting my time.
Neville Horsie: the song is awful...
kamojet: Seriously? Dude u can't test a product if u have no clue what u are doing.
All u did was show me what it would be like if I bought it and tried it
without reading the manual.
So I wasted my time watching... I'll not likely watch another. Plus I
wasted time commenting, but I was so annoyed I had to say something.
Not helpful! And not funny if that was your intention.
carlos ayala: cool
TheManman1235: there's a lot of that's what she said moments in this video xD
Clay Williams: it looks like a shamwow
Magaciappi: The sewing machine works nicely but I think you should not be supposed to
do tests or things that involve some manual ability.
SwizzYtp: is there a problem?
DSRubRabbitz: ooh burrn!!! XD (to wiiforever302) "i dont even play anymore" lmfao what r
u, 10? Or perhaps one may call it denial, eh? *~*
lilmonstergogrrr: not exactly good for quilting i don't think but you never rly know
starwars6rulz: explain to me how that would work
Alexander B. H.: I have one of these at home, and I can tell you that mine too does not
work. It only makes the holes, and the thread doesn't catch to start.
agungk: Single thread sewing is so uncool! One pull, puff there it goes!
airsoftguy85rocks: freak you, just because you don't like their vids, it doesn't mean we don't
like them, I mean, I watched his shamwow before I decided that the shamwow
was a scamwow!
cryszofthescots: you know what, I don't get why you're calling him fat. there's other ways
to insult him; besides, he's not fat, he's just... um... fluffy, i guess
ᘐᙓﬡ♈ᒪᙓᙢᗩﬡ: Should be re-named to the Hand Sticher.
Terry Dover: I actually had to use one in a pinch. Having sewed for 20-something years
it was kind of funny. Once you get the hang of it, it will work, thankfully
I have a background in how sewing machines work. It produces a chain
stitch, sort of like a crochet stitch. If not secured one nice pull and it
comes zingging out. I found it was useful that day we used it. We were
basting seams on costume fittings, so no permanent seams were necessary,
and they removed easy.
butters10100: Thanks so much for the instructive video!!!!! I just found one of these
laying around in the garage and nobody knew where it came from. I have
never sewed in my life. I did just what you instructed and hey..... it
really does work! Thanks guy, much appreciated!
guys apron: As for the image quality, the scale is beautifully and uselessly long.
DRUNKENPOT: is this strong enought to sew through jean fabric ? cus i would like 2 buy
one if it does thx
DRUNKENPOT: @kitsunekari02 yes im trying to cut and trim my jean for example boot cut
jean to a more narrow bottom jean so would this work for that project and
thanks for the reply back and info
ness682: Lol, when I saw the title, I first thought it said the Handy Switch (from
Billy Mays) =P
DRUNKENPOT: @kitsunekari02 i have a question do you think it can sew through jean
KamiKaze: @TheManman1235 LOL. I thought the same thing xD DIRTY MINDS!!
hkfan1980: do you have that fabric mender thing? I remember it was a product that if
you had a hole in your clothes you were to place this mesh thing and epson
salt looking items over it and it was suppose to make the fabric threads
kim smith: Why does it sound like the person holding the camera has a rooster up his nose?
antman3456: that doesn't make sense
totoroben: I got one of these as a complete kit for $3 at a thrift store. You have to
be careful because it will easily skip stitches. You can use the arm of a
chair to stretch the fabric while your working on it. If you are ever
working on a larger project than a simple mending, you'd be better off
getting a real sewing machine. I bought this to convert some ripped pants
starwars6rulz: You said it sucks a** and I am asking how is that even possible?
Pure Noire: Thanx - don't suppose anyone knows where you can get the adapter for this
handy stitch from? Can't find one anywhere!?!
artsylovelylady: My Handy Stitch seemed to stop working after a few uses. It will only punch
holes no matter how you have threaded it. It did nothing but waste my time.
bluesugarpuppy: i bet it dosent move cause it had no feed dogs and the presser foot is like
ugotbawlz: the single thread stitching methodology, along with this product, is pretty
much a piece of total crap. junk, don't buy it. been there done that.
Jonrael James: maybe next time you should use it right. mine works great but i also read
the manual as well
Stephanie Martin: @drunkenp0t if you're trying to repair jeans you'd have to be able to get
to the place you're repairing without going through the bumps of the seams,
because it doesn't have a lot of room to take in heavy fabric. It may also
fight against it because it is heavier but it might be ok...
NoVidsWhatNow: If you guys were on TV, you would be copyrighted, am I right?
awalker28: Pedi Paws works but barely
DeadxFrontier: billions of blue blistering barnacles!!! thats awsome!!!
knex81: I love The THeme XD
godofnoa: nah, i just like the way it feels. i actually broke one of my fingernails
off with it D:
Subaca: u shood do touch n brush!
godofnoa: im not emo, i just like the way it feels.
Dezzan: try mighty putty
xxSyphenxx: he did that
Dôctor Naz: That works! Ta-da! I love your videos, sir.
joegfjh: i like this guy, he saves me money!
MooseOfReason: "Of course, I could read the instructions... but nah, that's no fun." :p
The Product Tester Mini Test: Handy Stitch4.3
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