How to buy a Risque, the Riccar sewing Machine from Amazon and its competitors
On Monday, Amazon announced its plans to sell a new brand of Risques, a $1,299 machine that lets you stitch a braided wire.
The $1.49 million machine lets you cut and sew braids in any direction, making it perfect for those who are more likely to be on the move or looking to make a statement.
Amazon also introduced a new “braid” setting, which can be activated with a button.
The new setting lets you choose from 12 different braids and creates an array of possibilities, including a variety of designs and patterns.
The Risques are designed to be lightweight, compact and durable.
They come with an inbuilt battery that can last up to three hours of use and the ability to store up to 100 different braiding patterns and patterns from a single carton.
The new Risqes will launch in September.
Forbes contributor James O’Brien recently wrote about how the Riccars can be used to make wire for a home theater, which is also where the Amazon’s new machine will be used.
While it is unclear how much of a financial hit this will be, O’Briens prediction is that this could potentially create some serious competition to Amazon’s other products.
This is the third time Amazon has launched a new product.
In April, the company announced a new, “unveiled” version of its Fire TV streaming box that allows users to stream video from their computers, tablets and phones.