The Brother CS5055 is well built, easy to understand, and fun to use. For many, this is the perfect sewing machine. We have put it to the test. And we discovered a few things you should consider before buying a Brother CS5055 sewing machine.
The Brother CS5055 is ingeniously simple
The Brother CS5055 is built on a strong metal frame. It has 60 built-in stitches, the new improved needle threader, and the bobbin drop-in system. You do also get a reverse button and a standard foot controller.
The Brother has a small storage compartment in the front. If you need the free arm you can remove the compartment by sliding it to the left. You can also lower the feed dogs on the back of the machine.
60 built-in stitches and 7 one-step buttonhole
Needle threading system
7 included presser feet
Free arm system
Stitch length 5 mm
Stitch Width 7 mm
The Brother CS5055 is a small machine with a nice size workspace. It has a practical handle at the back, so it's easy to carry. Below you can read the measurements of the machine.
Inches and pounds
Dimensions (W" x D" x H")16.26" x 6.65" x 12.20"
Centimeters and Kg
Dimensions (W x D x H )41cm x 16.9cm x 31cm
Unit Weight 4.9Kg
The Sewing machines come pre-lubed and pre-oiled. It's not needed or recommended that you do that yourself. If you suspect the sewing machine needs oiling it's recommended that you take it to a certified brother service center. What is recommended is cleaning the machine. That means cleaning all accessible areas of the machine but also inside the bobbin house.
There are 7 presser feet included. Along with bobbins, needles, and other necessities. You dont get an extraordinary amount of accessories with the CS5055, but we did not expect that eighter. You get what you need and nothing else.
L shaped screwdriver
Quick reference guide
Presser feet included:
Zigzag foot (foot J)
Buttonhole foot (Foot A)
Overcasting foot (Foot G)
Monogramming foot (Foot M)
Zipper foot (Foot I)
Blind stitch foot (Foot R)
Button fitting foot (Foot M)