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Mini Airbrush With Compact Compressor - Hobbyist Edition

Regular price $57.00 USD
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One of the biggest hassles when using an airbrush is dealing with the compressor, running the hoses, etc. This leads many people to just use spray cans.

Spray cans, however, only give you a very limited range of options in terms mixing paints, spray patterns, etc


Get the best of both worlds:

1) Ease of use of a Spray can

2) Flexibility and Control of a complete airbrush solution

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Spray Demo

- Beginner-Friendly
- 0.3mm nozzle (standard)
- Good Pressure (20 PSI)
- Low Noise

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Can be used with Other Airbrushes


- It means you can control the spray amount and the thickness to achieve different effects.

- Comes with an adaptor allowing you to use the airbrush with other types of guns (ex. Iwata).

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4 Advantages

1) Speed up priming and base coating. The airbrush can be used for a lot of different effects and is super effective if you’re painting armies or larger scale models.

2) Environmentally friendly. In contrast to aerosol spray can primer airbrush is more environmentally friendly, safer (due to less harmful vapors), and you don’t need to dispose of empty aerosol cans.

3) Smooth Paint Coats. Similar to priming, airbrushing paint provides you with a great way to apply thin and smooth coats of acrylic paint on your models. By applying low-pressure, low viscosity paint through your airbrush, you can create buttery smooth surfaces and finishes. It’s almost like cheating!

4) Paint Blending. Blending different colors or values across large surfaces is difficult if you’re using a regular brush. With an airbrush, the paint layers are sprayed in thin layers. Each applied layers is semi-transparent because they are so thin. This provides you with an easy way perform the “layering and glazing’ technique to blend paint. 

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Built-In Battery version

- 1 Mini Compressor (30 mins)
- 1 Dual-Action Gun (0.3mm nozzle)
- 3 Paint Cups (40ml, 20ml 0.7ml)
- 1 USB Charging Cord
***Not to be used while charging

$57.00 USD
$85.00 USD

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2 Replaceable Batteries set

- 1 Mini Compressor
- 2 Batteries (1 hour)
- 1 Dual-Action Gun (0.3mm nozzle)
- 3 Paint Cups (40ml, 20ml 0.7ml)
- 1 USB Charging Cord

$77.00 USD
$120.00 USD

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2-in-1 Combo Set 

Try Both at a Cheaper Price. Includes one of each set. Having Options is Better.

$129.00 USD
$135.00 USD

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Watch out for knock offs sold on Ebay for cheaper prices. Our Airbrushes are custom made with upgraded nozzle and high quality compressor battery. 
You get what you pay for.
Spare parts are available only at website.

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2 Replaceable Battery Version

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Can I Use It With Other Airbrushes?

Yes you can. Each set comes with an adaptor to connect other airbrushes like Iwata.

How Long Does It Take To Charge Fully?

It takes 40 Minutes to Charge Fully. We do not recommend using the built-in battery version while it is charging because it may affect the battery life.

Do You Have Spare Parts?

Yes we do. Contact us HERE

What Is The Warranty?

90 Days warranty. Free replacements.

Can I Return It?

Yes, you can return an unused product within 30 days of receiving the package.

Do You Ship to Europe?

Yes we do. All the taxes and customs duties are included in the final cost you see at the checkout. You don't pay anything else.

What Paints Can I Use?

Acrylic, Enamel, Vallejo, Citadel, Tamiya, Army Painter

How To Thin The Paint?

NOTE: Do not thin the paint in the airbrush otherwise it will clog it. Thin the paint in a separate container and then pour the thinned paint into the airbrush.

Please see the chart for the Thinner to Paint Ratio for different paint brands.