Megado 16 or 32 shaft loom: Mechanical
Megado is available with 16 or 32 harnesses and in 40 cm, 70 cm, 90 cm, 110 cm and 130 cm weaving width. Additional details of the ease of treadling of the Megado are explained on page 15. You must choose between a mechanical and electronic dobby. Megado is made of lacquered ash hardwood and the most complex castle section is pre assembled. Included are: a large shelf, built-in raddle, a stainless steel reed 40-10 (metric), Texsolv heddles (390 mm), lease and tie-up sticks and sixteen warp sticks.
Megado 70: 121 x 127 x 131 cm (47 5/8“ x 50“ x 51 5/8)
Megado 110: 161 x 127 x 131 cm (63 3/8” x 50“ x 51 5/8)
Megado 130: 181 x 127 x 131 cm (71 1/4” x 50“ x 51 5/8“)
Megado 70: 69 kg (152 lb)
Megado 110: 84 kg (185 lb)
Megado 130: 92 kg (203 lb)
Add 13 kg (29 lb) for 32 harness loom
Small parcels up to 2kg within the UK are sent by Royal Mail first class delivery. Large parcels are sent by ParcelForce 48hour service. Parcels exceeding 1m will incur a £2.00 surcharge. If you would like to use a different service, please phone or email us to discuss the options.
The following delivery rates are based on the total weight of your order, including the packaging.
You are entitled to cancel your order and return the goods within 7 working days for a full refund, including the cost of delivery. Do this by contacting us by email or telephone and quoting the order number supplied to you. Your refund will be paid within 30 days. You are responsible for the cost and risk of loss or damage when returning the goods, so you should take out enough postal insurance to cover their value. This cancellation policy does not affect your rights when we are at fault - for example, if goods are faulty or misdescribed.
Any goods returned should be in saleable condition.
These terms apply to your order. We may change our terms and conditions at any time, so please do not assume that the same terms will apply in the future.
None of these terms affect your legal rights and these are not diminished in any way. If any term is held to be invalid under any applicable statute or rule of law, that term is automatically omitted from the terms to minimum extent necessary to comply with the law and without affecting the validity or enforceability of the remainder.