There is no denying; that the, Singer is the ultimate choice when buying a sewing machine. They manufacture the most practical and reliable machines. Their reputation in the market is unbeatable. Moreover, they have the most user-friendly machines ever.
If you’ve hit the market to buy a Singer machine, you’re definitely bound to be confused between Singer 4423 and the 4432. As the comparison between the two models is very hard. Attention to details is very important when comparing.
All the research has been conducted to find out which one is the best buy, so stick around.
This whole article is put together to compare the best and worst features of both the machine. Making the decision easy, as to which one to buy between the two. Well that’s very easy, isn’t it?
- Comparison Of Singer 4423 & 4432
Comparison Of Singer 4423 & 4432
Let’s compare each and every feature of both the machines in detail. So that, in the end, we can easily decide which one is the best.
We promise that you will get an unbiased conclusion. So, make sure you are here till the end to get the best out of this article.
Before starting the comparison, a little praise. Both the machines are heavy duty. They can take care of thick materials such as leather or clothes stacked together. So, which one is the best?
Let’s start with the similarities of both the machine. What do they have in common? And what makes them so reliable? Let’s see!
The dimensions of the two machines are the same. That’s why there is no apparent difference in the make and design of the two models
We have undeniably agreed that the Singer 4423 is a heavy-duty sewing machine. In addition to that, it has 23 built-in stitches. These in-built stitches include:
Everyone will agree that buttons holes are the hardest, But Not anymore! With Singer, it’s a one-step procedure. You only need to put the button in and let the machine sew the perfect sized hole.
The machine is very consistent with its results every time. Being heavy duty lets the machine sew all your projects. You can get have home décor, quilts, bed sheets, jeans, home and school crafts done in no time. The possibilities with the Singer 4423 are endless.
On the other hand, the Singer 4432 has more inbuilt stitches. Yes, you read it right. The 4432 model has 32 built-in stitches. That’s one point more than the 4423. The rest is the same. With ten more stitches, you can get 10 different types of sews done which is pretty cool.
Built-In And Automatic Needle Threader
With the Built-in automatic Needle Threader, the machine effortlessly and seamlessly threads the needle eye, saving you from wasting precious time. It also takes the unnecessary strain away from your eyes. Why slave away when the machine can do it all?
Threading the needle eye can be very frustrating for some. Well, not anymore! The good news is, both the machines have this feature.
Undeniably, these Singer machines take the cake for the speed as they can sew maximum 1,100 stitches per minute. Big projects can be handled in a jiffy with this model. Also, the ever-powerful motor makes sure the needle can pierce the thick seams in one go.
Compared to an average sewing machine, the motor is 60% stronger; a commendable similarity in both models. The Singer 4432 and 4423 both have the same speed, the same powerful motor, and both can handle heavy duty work in no time.
The Singer 4423 and the Singer 4432 both have the same frame. Both have heavy duty metal frame, which might not look pretty but has the power of a true horse. They are sturdy, fast and reliable. The heavy metal frame and power of the machines let it sew through the thickest and hard material. They even work well with a stack of clothing in one go as well.
An assortment of accessories comes with both the machines. These include:
These accessories can be stored quite conveniently in the tray that comes with the machine. Moreover, both the machines come with a soft cover that keeps the machine dust-free.
Transparent Top Drop-in Bobbin
Both the machines have a transparent bobbin. This allows you to keep a steady eye on your thread supply. Thus, it makes sure that you don’t run out of thread in the middle of your project and break the flow. It’s very convenient and easy to install the thread in it as well. Another similarity. What’s more?
Easy Drop Feed For Quilt Makers
Both the Singer models have the feature that every quiltmaker need. For quilt sewing, adjusting the feed teeth is easy; just slide the feed lever in order to lower the feed teeth. Slide it back and reverse the handwheel, giving it one full turn to elevate the feed teeth again.
Stitch Dial Selector
All the 23 built-in stitches of the 4423 are displayed on the stitch selector dial. This makes it very convenient for the user to check and select any one with extreme ease. Similarly, the 32 built-in stitches of the 4432 are displayed in a similar manner.
Both models have the option to adjust the length of the stitch gap. The stitch length can also to adjusted as per the liking and the demand of the user and cloth respectively. This function can be used for various stitches like applique, basting, etc.
Another similarity added to the list. Just like the length of the stitch, the width can be adjusted as well on both the machines. Moreover, It can go as wide and as narrow as need be in both.
Adjustable Pressure Foot Paddle
The pressure preference of the foot paddle varies from person to person when stitching heavy or light material. Keeping that in mind, both the models have adjustable pressure.
Increasing and decreasing of the paddle pressure is a true necessity. Thus, Singer delivers all the promises of being heavy-duty.
When doing thorough stitching, the need to go back and secure the ends is a must. Also, it’s important to make sure the start and end don’t come loose, and the seam is nice and secure. To ensure this, both the models come with the reverse option.
The machines also come with a built-in LED that is long lasting and helps you sew with precision. Moreover, it stays cool to touch. Again, both machines have this LED feature.
The removable storage compartment with a simple slide gives you the space needed to sew pant hems, trouser hems, jeans end, sleeve cuffs, and additional smaller projects. Of course, both the Singer models come with this feature.