Dual Action Gravity Fed Airbrush

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£19.99 inc VAT

Airbrush Pro series with gravity feed and advanced double action trigger to activate and control the air and paint mixture. Fitted with side cup and is designed for comfort and built for optimum quality. A professional airbrush like this will work to fine lines of less than 1mm with outstanding results from graphic design work through to custom car artwork.

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SKU: BD-132A Categories: ,


Body length:150mm
Nozzle dia: 0.3mm
Connection:1/8” BSP
Working pressure: 15-50 psi
Comes with 1 x Metal cup 7cc

Additional information

Weight 0.150 kg
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 5 cm

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  1. James Barry

    A good start.

    James Barry (verified owner)

    So using this airbrush has taught me that I really like gravity fed airbrushes, but that I really don’t like side-feed airbrushes.

    First of all, this airbrush is for right-handed users. I’m left-hand dominant, but as so much in the world is designed for right-hand dominant users, it’s just something I got on with. If you’re trying to use this airbrush left-handed, you’ll find that the cup completely obscures your target – so let that factor in. I would prefer a centred cup in the future.

    Whilst we’re on the subject of the cup, I’ve found that it is kind of annoying to adjust the tilt of the cup to an appropriate angle. If you’re shooting straight for the entire time, and you can set-and-forget, that’s probably fine, but if you don’t tighten it properly the joint leaks like a sieve. Another reason why I’m not overly fond of this style of airbrush.

    Build quality is good, the airbrush feels nice in the hand. The plating seems to be of good quality, and some weeks of constant use haven’t worn anything off. The threading on the fittings are really nice and run smoothly, creating a good seal. Dismantling the entire airbrush for thorough cleaning is a breeze, and something I would recommend for everyone to do after each session. I do wish that some advice on use and handling the airbrush came with the tool – but I guess most tools these days expect you to know.

    The control *could* be better, I would have happily paid a little more for better control on the air at the trigger. Seems like you have a lot of control over paint flow (until you get a clog…!) but the air valve open/close part of the trigger has a very short throw, so you’ll have to mostly regulate the air pressure at the compressor – or get a quick-connect that has an adjustment screw on it (which is what I’ve done).

    Overall, this is a great tool for not a lot of money. Would I love to have an Iwata airbrush? Absolutely. Am I going to pay for one? Probably not. This is a solid vanilla airbrush, and I think many people will get great use out of this. The value for money is there, and it’s been good fun to use. I’d still recommend it – but just like vanilla ice cream, it’s nothing exceptional or fancy, but still very enjoyable.

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