Mach 2 Wheel from Spinolution






Specifications:
•Weight : 22 lbs. •Height: 32 inches •Width: 24 inches •Depth: 12 inches •Wheel Size: 20 inch diameter •1.5 in thick •Number of Speeds: 5 •Ratio: 1:3, 1:5, 1:10, 1:15, and now 1:21 (Approximately) •Material: Furniture grade Birch Plywood. •Pricing: $729.00 Plus shipping and HST (for Canadian customers only)...see note below •Open Orifice – allows thread of any size to be spun. •Easy bobbin removal – no more hassles to change bobbins. •5 Speed Spindle – work at your speed. •2 Toe Brakes – to stop the wheel easily. •Multiple Bearings – for smooth and efficient operation. •Heel rests – keeps the wheel in front of you, not across the room. •Multiple rubber feet – for ultimate stability. •Heavy duty construction – for years of dependable use.

Mach II improvements over the Mach 1
1.Higher speed flyer with a 1:21 ratio now standard(and it really moves). This flyer assembly can be purchased and changed out with the Mach 1’s. 2.Orifice bar, a magnetic system that is amazing. The bar now just gets pulled off. No squeezing the flyer arms, just grab and pull. 3.Balanced flyer. The new flyers are balanced and run very smooth, with either peg set. 4.Change in the treadle, allows smoother and easier pulling to change the plate, and sturdier base. 5.New logo on the front and back of the wheel.

NOTE:
...Price including shipping from the manufacturer is $729US not including sales taxes. I can have the wheel send from the manufacturer directly to you which keeps shipping to a minimum. With sending the wheel directly to you I do not collect the sales tax on the wheel for either Canadian or US sales. Sales tax for Canadian orders will be collected at Canada Post office when you pick up the wheel as the wheels come in from the US. I have never had to pay any brokers fees or tarriffs with any of the wheels I have imported with shipping by USPS, but GST was collected at the Post Office. If you prefer that I have the wheel here at the mill for pick up I need to charge HST on the $729 retail price. Yes, taxes are great aren't they? If you prefer to have the wheel dropshipped using UPS as the shipper, there will be a brokerage fee based on the value of the wheel as well as the GSt to be paid when the wheel is delivered.