Iwata Revolution CR Airbrushing System with Sprint Jet Air Compressor Promo Offer

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Title : Iwata Revolution CR Airbrushing System with Sprint Jet Air Compressor
ASIN : B001PI4G9M
Description : Iwata Revolution CR Airbrush PN: 4247 Dual-action gravity-feed airbrush with a 1/3 oz. funnel shaped cup and features a 0.5-mm nozzle for moderate-detail to background spraying. Designed for quick changes of custom mixed colors. Perfect for general-purpose art-and-craft projects, as well as model-railroad detailing, R/C car bodies, plastic kits and automotive painting. Iwata Spint Jet Air Compressor PN: IS800 Powerful compressor with 1/8 hp motor with mounted air-pressure gauge with moisture filter and airhose. Oil-less piston air compressor with zero-maintenance Instantly Powerful: The Sprint Jet compressor proves ideal for the occasional and professional artist doing general airbrush applications. It’s commonly used for nail art, body art, bakery, hobbies and auto paint applications. It’s powerful, compact, reliable and quiet. All iwata compressors: full 1-year warranty
Features :

  • A gravity-feed airbrush designed for quick changes of custom mixed colors
  • Versatile for moderate detail to background spraying
  • Zero-maintenance, oil-less piston air compressor
  • Mounted air-pressure gauge
  • On/off switch

Iwata Revolution CR Airbrushing System with Sprint Jet Air Compressor Iwata Revolution CR Airbrushing System with Sprint Jet Air Compressor
List Price : $240.20
Price : $240.20

Category: Airbrush Materials
Brand: Iwata
Item Page Detail URL : link
Rating : 5.0
Rating : 1
Review : Painting immediately with no troubles.
I’m an airbrush newbie, but I’ve used both air compressors and spray paint. This set-up, though, couldn’t have been easier to start using. Connect the air line from the compressor to the airbrush, turn on the compressor, adjust the output valve, clean the airbrush, put some airbrush paint in the cup, and begin. Since the Revolution CR is a double-action airbrush, I’ve got to get used to the method of both pushing down on the trigger and pulling it back, but frankly it’s not rocket science and I’m sure I’ll gradually get the hang of it. In the meantime, I had no trouble painting some small projects. As I get better, I can start trying it out on small models and the model railroad.

The entire setup is essentially portable. This compressor is unlike the standard compressors used by contractors. It’s neither loud nor heavy. So this will be easy to carry around the house or garage to where I want to work rather than being forced into bringing parts to the airbrush. The provided…

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