Tutto is the best! I own 4 and use them for Scrapbooking. I have had these all in use. in and out and about for about 8 years. I broke one of the wheels by catching it in a hole. shipped back to the company. They repaired and it cost $5 for the part, and shipping was $25 each way. Still way cheaper than a new one. I have also used the top handle (on the zipper flap)for lilfting(Told my DH not to but he keeps doing it any waywyway)It haas never been any problem. I weigh 250 and feel very comfortable si
I got one of these 18mos ago and loved it for my small machine much easier to transport for classes. I also got the larger one for my bernina 830 I do have to make sure the floor boards are on the frame but my machine is good in it. I got a 2nd one for work and use it for my portable office as I travel for work. These save my back and I no longer tip or spill as I did with the 2 wheel cases. I also got the embroidery cases and they are great too. My boss has ask me about the case for him and going to and from the offices. The first case has lasted longer than the other cases, I had before for may machine.
I own two Tutto's, one size L for my Pfaff Creative Vision and one size M for my Pfaff 2170. I have used other carriers, but these are the very best on all counts. Well made of top quality materials, well-engineered and thoughtfully designed, lightweight, small storage footprint, and best of all, very stable when you pull them. No tipping over when you go across a threshold or curb. Easy to load from the side. Worth every penny.
By far the best case for sewing machines on the market
I just purchased mine. The sales person instructed me to NOT use the top handle for lifting. Instead she said to use the side hinges. I'm certain I will enjoy a lot of use out of this case.
I have owned this case for about six months. It is in and out of my car at least once a week for quilt classes. I like the four wheel design. My Bernina sewing machine, foot pedal, power cord, etc. fit nicely. There is a little extra storage room. I like the zipper and Velcro closure. Plus there is a handle on top of the case for picking up the case. The handle for rolling the case is easy to remove. Mine has come off a few times when I didn't want it off but it is easily put back on. The most important thing for me is that I can easily lift the case (with sewing machine of course) in and out of my car by myself. The handle on top, the overall design and how light weight it is makes it easy for me to lift on to the back seat.
I got mine close to a year ago and it far exceeded any other machine bag that I have had. The wheels are great and I have not had problems I had with bags with only two wheels. I go to retreats several time as year and store my spare machine in it all the time. No problems getting my Pfaff in it. I got the lime green and Scotchguarded it prior to using it. I also got two of the serger bags to match,and put my projects to work on at the retreats in them.
This bag started sagging with just 3 mos use. My machine is not that big or heavy--a small Bernina 220. The Tutto company says I needed to put both floor boards down. They were down. I am not stupid. Both boards are bowed in the middle and the machine is not standing upright any longer. The bag has a 1 year warranty. Now it has to be shipped back to Mascot Metropolitan Inc, in San Francisco. Very disappointed in this quality.