Majacraft Rose Spinning Wheel

1770.00

Canadian shipping only. Generally IN STOCK, we try to have a Rose assembled here in our store, and another available for shipping. FREE SHIPPING in Canada, by Expedited Ground post. The "available quantity" exists so that our cart will accept orders, and does not reflect our actual onhand inventory.

Price includes the wheel, four standard plastic bobbins, normal and fast whorl, two different flyers and the Rose Carrier (holds 3 bobbins and can be used as a travel Lazy Kate, also stores the spare whorl and allen key).

The Rose is a classic wheel for every spinner. With its spoked wheel and engraved rose motif, it is elegant with a traditional feel. Some of the features of the Rose are:

- double treadle
- quick change flyer
- sealed bearings, so no oiling required
- sliding flyer hook
- the Rose uses the dependable scotch tension for smooth and easy spinning
- New Zealand Rimu hardwood construction
- includes the Rose Carrier which can be used as a 3-bobbin lazy kate. The carrier has rubber feet, a convenient carry handle, whorl holding pin and a magnet to store the whorl allen key
- has a normal (Rose) and fast whorl (Little Gem), two flyers: The Majacraft Standard Delta, and the Fine Fibre Orifice with ceramic insert for smooth takeup
- ratios extend from 4.25 to 19.5 using the whorls supplied
- the handle folds to allow easy handling
- the handle and head position are adjustable so you can achieve the most comfortable spinning position
- suits both left and right handed spinners
- compatible bobbins and flyers with Majacraft wheels & accessories

Please click this link for the Majacraft wheel ratios

DROP SHIPPING: for Canadian destinations not serviced by Canada Post Expedited GROUND shipping, it may be possible for us to have the wheel shipped from New Zealand at the price listed here. Please inquire.

PRODUCT of NEW ZEALAND


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  • Model: WMRO
  • 10 Units in Stock

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 06 October, 2010.

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