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Similar to the 15-91, the 201-2 has the built-on "potted" motor with a steel
worm-gear drive. The drop-in class 66 bobbin is easier to load than the class 15 bobbin of the 15-91.
I'm still partial to the 15-91, but the 201-2 has earned a spot on my favorites list! It just goes to show...if you judge a book by it's cover you're probably in for a big surprise!
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