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Airbrush Reviews on Dual-action 7cc Gravity-feed Airbrush Set – 0.3mm Nozzle

Posted on | May 16, 2012 | 1 Comment

I ordered this  Dual-action 7cc Gravity-feed Airbrush Set – 0.3mm Nozzle airbrush gun about 5 days ago, it shipped quickly, it works great, and it is definitely superior to most airbrush reproductions. This is an upper-mid-range airbrush and its performance is nothing less than superior. I have used Iwata airbrushes that did not perform as well as this one. I am extremely happy with this purchase.

Note: When purchasing a hose for this airbrush, make sure that the threaded ends are correct for the compressor that you are using. If you are using a general-purpose compressor, pay attention to the quick-disconnect connectors.

Items you will need to keep your airbrush working properly:
Compressor
Moisture trap
Lubrication

Having said all of that, I love this airbrush gun. It is extremely precise, and very durable.~ R*R*D* ~

We use this airbrush to work decorating cakes and it works like a champ. The case and accessories make it a great deal.~Luis A. Vega Ocasio~


Comments

One Response to “Airbrush Reviews on Dual-action 7cc Gravity-feed Airbrush Set – 0.3mm Nozzle”

  1. Markell
    July 1st, 2012 @ 6:03 am

    Hi Kim I think the airbrush you have is pecreft for a beginner and while I know that you are super eager to try out other equipment I think that you should continue using your eclipse for a bit longer. Once you get that baby under control when you move up to a brush with a finer needle you will be in extreme control of it because of all your practice with the eclipse. It’s kind of like learning to drive a clunker, and then when you get into the sports car you really appreciate it.As for the paints there are two paint that are easy to find in Canada that I recommend to beginners the first is actually an ink called FW Ink and it can be found by the calligraphy supplies at most art stores (it is AWESOME) and the second is Golden Airbrush Colors which are available at most art stores. Personally I would steer away from createx as it is not a very beginner friendly paint. If you don’t have issues with buying on the internet Holbien Aeroflash are my VERY favorite buy the transparent kit and you’ll be set.