All my questions were addressed, as a novice weaver I had many. My loom arrived in perfect condition and ready for my trials. Thank you Christine.
This is my first loom that's not for potholder loops. The engineering and construction are first rate, and the weaving is fast and easy to do. The only bad thing I can say about the loom is that the clamps that hold the loom and peg to tables for warping are useless. We've been using actual hardware clamps--shaft down to hold the loom and shaft up to act as the peg.
My experience of getting the loom is another story. Whatever loom you choose, and wherever you choose to buy it, find out the answers to these questions first:
1. Is the loom in stock, or will it be shipping from overseas?
2. What is the timeline? Is that the pandemic timeline or the pre-pandemic timeline?
3. Will you be charged when you place your order or not until it ships months later?
Your vendor should be able to give you transparent and accurate answers.