- Aug 6, 2022
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This may be a perfectly capable airbrush, but one ugly reality about these little beasties is that you will need spare parts at some point in the future, usually replacement needles. The traditional brands such as Paasche, Iwata, Badger, and a handful of others all have great aftermarket support. Low cost brands such as Master or the stuff sold at Harbor Freight seem to have spotty or non-existent parts support. (A quick check of Amazon indicates that Master does seem to have some limited parts availability, which is good.)
On the other hand the initial price is low enough that one can consider the brush to be disposable. Should the need for new needles, tips, triggers, etc. arise, one can simply replace the entire unit.
I'll make another pitch for the single-action Paasche SI as a great entry level brush that has the potential to last a lifetime.
You talked me into it. $71 shipped.
<p>Features:<br />The SI airbrush is single action but also internal mix which keeps operation simple but allows for better detail than external mix models. Included with the airbrush are all three available spray heads, which allow the SI airbrush to be used in a wide range of application. <br...