Is This Airbrush Any Good?

Decorating By jennifercullen Updated 5 Aug 2012 , 2:05pm by Pyro

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jennifercullen Posted 2 Aug 2012 , 1:07pm
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Its called the dinky doodle airbrush, I can't find any reviews on it and I've never used an airbrush before so I don't know what I'm looking for! This is the one: any opinion would be appreciated icon_smile.gif thanks!

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leah_s Posted 2 Aug 2012 , 4:08pm
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For that money you can get a Paasche. Also, its better to get a gravity feed and a siphon feed.

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mbranko24 Posted 2 Aug 2012 , 5:57pm
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Dawn was nice enough to repluy to my post here:

I have not ordered any airbrush yet (funds are low)
If you do get it, please let us know how you like it.


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DeniseNH Posted 2 Aug 2012 , 6:53pm
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Never heard of the Dinkey Doodle but I'm in the USA. Two observations. 1.) the information says that the motor is more powerful than other airbrush machines 2.) And there's no mention of a knob or adjustment to turn down the airbrush. I fear icing with holes blown in it.

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mbranko24 Posted 4 Aug 2012 , 7:04pm
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Leah- when I google searched Paasche Airbrushes I was given links for a company, TCP Global that sells Airbrushes. When I looked on their site for their cake decorating airbrush kits, they all were Masters.

Can you share where you got your airbrush or the model?



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Pyro Posted 5 Aug 2012 , 2:05pm
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Be careful if you order from America because of the internal shipping charges, what might first look like a deal may quickly become really expensive. And if for some reason there's something wrong with the item or you need to use a warranty, you end up spending money again to ship it overseas.

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