Pfaff Passport 2.0 Sewing Machine Review

Updated: Dec 6, 2021

If you’re looking for a great entry-level sewing machine for less than $1000 that is durable, well-made, and packed with great features – you might consider the Pfaff Passport 2.0 sewing machine. Pfaff has been a well-known and highly regarded sewing machine manufacturer for over 150 years. Pfaff machines are known for their quality, durability, and cutting-edge technology. I have been using my Pfaff Passport 2.0 sewing machine as my primary machine since I bought it in 2014, so I thought I would share my experience with the machine to help you decide if it might be a great fit for you!




Features of the Pfaff Passport 2.0

The Pfaff Passport 2.0 is one of the “lower-end” entry-level models in Pfaff’s lineup – most of their machines are well over $1000, but that doesn’t mean it’s lacking features.

Here are the features included in the Passport 2.0 machine:

· Start/Stop button (so you don’t have to use the foot pedal)

· Speed adjuster (So useful! I love to lower the speed to sew tricky areas)

· Built-in light source

· Easy feed dog drop (for free-motion sewing/quilting)

· IDT (Integrated Dual Transportation/Feed)

· 70 different stitches

· One-step buttonhole capability

· Adjustable presser foot pressure

· Adjustable thread tension

· Needle up/down button

· Tie-off button

Pfaff Passport 2.0 Review Presser feet
Presser feet included

· Adjustable needle position

· Needle threader

· Easy top loading bobbin

· Comes with 6 different presser feet

· Comes with hardcover/carrying case

· Portable, small size (weighs 13.9 lbs or 6.3 kg)

You can see that this machine comes with tons of features – really anything you’d need unless you’re planning on doing any specialty sewing like embroidery. So, let’s talk about my favorite feature of the machine, the IDT system!


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IDT/Integrated Dual Feed