National Floor Model Sale 2013

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Now through September 30, save up to 30 % off MSRP on select Koala floor models. This is a once-a-year opportunity to take advantage of the lowest prices on Koala Studios. This amazing sales event takes place in-store only at participating retailers. Quantities are limited, so don’t wait!

Click here to find your local Koala Studios retailer.

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  1. avatar Connie Sue Tscharner
    Sep 12, 2013 @ 21:06:48

    I have had my Koala Treasure Chest ll that is the highest height you make. I have to say having a sewing area that I can stand and work very comfortably was a major selling point. I walked into Kelly’s Quality Sewing Center inRochester MN a year and a half ago to just look around for the first time and walked past the floor model. I was blown away with the height and how it was built. I had seen them in magazines before but never had the chance to give it a test ride. It was very solid which was also a selling point. I have had enough furniture you have to put together out of particle board which lasts a few years and gets handed down to a child or donated in parts along the curb. My sewing table is a substantial piece of furniture, the cost reflects that. It can go from a compact unit that stretches out with enough space to really stretch out as I am quilting, cutting fabric or designing greeting cards. The height allows me to multi task whereas a traditional desk height wouldn’t have worked. I am disabled and need to be able to sit for a long period of time or stand when my back was stiff.

    I am frustrated that I spent alot of money (even as a discounted floor model) and would have to order so many “extras”. I would have to pay more to get the shelves under the folding workspace then order more to get the strange shaped shelves that went on the folding doors. When you buy the ‘Cadillac’ of sewing tables and have to pay extra to get doors so that you can drive down the street without loosing the contents. Sell it with the four awkward shelves and drawer separaters and trays. I wouldn’t buy clothing and have to buy buttons to mKe it practical.

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  1. avatar Connie Sue Tscharner
    Sep 12, 2013 @ 21:06:48

    I have had my Koala Treasure Chest ll that is the highest height you make. I have to say having a sewing area that I can stand and work very comfortably was a major selling point. I walked into Kelly’s Quality Sewing Center inRochester MN a year and a half ago to just look around for the first time and walked past the floor model. I was blown away with the height and how it was built. I had seen them in magazines before but never had the chance to give it a test ride. It was very solid which was also a selling point. I have had enough furniture you have to put together out of particle board which lasts a few years and gets handed down to a child or donated in parts along the curb. My sewing table is a substantial piece of furniture, the cost reflects that. It can go from a compact unit that stretches out with enough space to really stretch out as I am quilting, cutting fabric or designing greeting cards. The height allows me to multi task whereas a traditional desk height wouldn’t have worked. I am disabled and need to be able to sit for a long period of time or stand when my back was stiff.

    I am frustrated that I spent alot of money (even as a discounted floor model) and would have to order so many “extras”. I would have to pay more to get the shelves under the folding workspace then order more to get the strange shaped shelves that went on the folding doors. When you buy the ‘Cadillac’ of sewing tables and have to pay extra to get doors so that you can drive down the street without loosing the contents. Sell it with the four awkward shelves and drawer separaters and trays. I wouldn’t buy clothing and have to buy buttons to mKe it practical.

    Reply

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