Looking For An Airbrush

Decorating By SoHall Updated 3 Aug 2015 , 5:05pm by Honey6983

SoHall Posted 29 Jul 2015 , 7:11am
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Any suggestions for a fair priced reliable airbrush? I've been using aztek double action airbrush for the last 2 years but think it may be time for a new one. Don't know more about the companies and abilities of other kinds.

Pls help...

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debrartin Posted 29 Jul 2015 , 1:47pm
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If you are happy with your old airbrush , buy just the same but new one. I admit that I do not touch an Aztec.. I have been using Badger airbrush supplies for over 3 yrs. I have a Legend Series 100 (Dual action), and a 150 series that is 3 yrs old. I love them all and will stick with Badge for life. You can try like this one-


Honey6983 Posted 3 Aug 2015 , 5:05pm
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I have a basic badger bakery airbrush with a gravity feed (I think it's a Vega model) and I love it. It's very simple to use and just what I need, fairly easy to clean/take apart, and I use a small compressor with it. With the Badger Vega, the parts are also easy to find which is one of the reasons I am happy with it.

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