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  • Master Airbrush Brand High Performance Multi-purpose Gravity Feed Dual-action Airbrush Kit with 6 Foot Hose and a Powerful 1/5hp Single Piston Quiet Air Compressor-The Complete Set Now Includes a (FREE) How to Airbrush Training Book to Get You Started
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Master Airbrush Brand High Performance Multi-purpose Gravity Feed Dual-action Airbrush Kit with 6 Foot Hose and a Powerful 1/5hp Single Piston Quiet Air Compressor-The Complete Set Now Includes a (FREE) How to Airbrush Training Book to Get You Started

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  • High Performance Master Airbrush Brand Gravity Feed Airbrush Set with a 1/5 HP Quiet Air Compressor
  • 1 Year Warranty on Compressor and Airbrush
  • Great Starter Airbrush Kit for Beginners and Students Ideal for the Handyman, Craftsman,and Hobbyist
  • Sprays with most types of paint media: Watercolors, Acrylics, Inks, Dyes, and Automotive Urethanes
  • Powerful 1/5 Horsepower Airbrush Compressor that's Light-Wieght Portable and Compact.
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  • Shipping Weight: 19 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001TO578Q
  • Item model number: ECO-17
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (203 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #212 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

Master Airbrush Compressor Features and Specifications:

Powerful 1/6 Horsepower Airbrush Compressor that's Light-Wieght Portable and Compact.
Features "Air-On-Demand" System that shuts off air when not in use.
Precise Air Adjustment Control from True Diaphragm Pressure Regulator with Gauge and Water Trap Filter that provides precise adjustment of airflow
Automatic On/Off Shutoff: Preset for automatic turn off when air pressure reaches 50 PSI. Preset for automatic turn on at 25 PSI. The reduced running time means there will less motor wear and less heat-related moisture enabling a longer compressor life.
Maintenance Free: Oil-less Piston Motor
Full 1 Year Warranty

Type: Single Cylinder Piston Compressor
Power: 1/6 Horse Power
Voltage: 110-120V / 60HZ
Air Control: Pressure Regulator with Gauge and Water Trap Filter.
Air Delivery: 23 Liters/Minute; 0.7 CFM @ 50 PSI
Working Pressure: 12-35 PSI
Auto Stop/Start: Stop at 57 PSI, Start at 27 PSI
Maximum Pressure: Factory Preset at 57 PSI
Connections: 1/8'' BSP
Dimensions: 6.0" H x 5.0" W x 9" L
Electric Cord: 6 foot



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Being able to use this pretty much anywhere is just great.
JC
At approximately 20lbs of pressure, the end of the hose blew off the metal fitting attached to the airbrush.
KenInCLT
Definitely a good investment if you want to get into airbrushing.
Trevor Towers

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136 of 143 people found the following review helpful By Ittimai Sirikuptamas on September 25, 2010
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I received this not too long ago, and have had much work experimenting with it. I've had little airbrushing experience, so I wanted to get something that would hopefully work well, but wouldn't run me too much.

I primarily use this for model kit building, and using it for just that, it works wonderfully. The initial box for the compressor and airbrush looks a little cheap, but the items themselves aren't. The airbrush feels like a sturdy quality tool, and the compressor looks exactly like it does in the picture. But white.

Now, the compressor has had only 1 issue so far, and that is the amount of heat it generates. It doesn't get so hot that you can feel it from across your table, but putting your hand to it, its pretty darn hot. This is usually after about 30 mins - 1 hour of use, and its understandable since it doesn't come with a tank. I would suggest running it with a fan on, and taking a break every 30 mins to an hour for the compressor to cool down, just as a safety precaution. Everything else about it works fine, moisture trap and regulator does its job.

The airbrush is a little more confusing when I tried it. Initially no air came out, but it was due to the fact that I didn't set the PSI level yet (you can do so by pulling the black knob next to the gauge up and twisting it). Because it obviously isn't a $100 Iwata or anything, you can't expect it to work like one. But so far, I've had very little issues with it. It works, and well I might add. Occasionally a few hiccups, but many times it was due to my bad paint mixing skills. Make sure to clean it very VERY often, paint can get stuck inside this airbrush a bit. Also try dismantling it at least once or twice.
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81 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Barcus on April 20, 2013
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I have read through all of the reviews with low ratings and I can all see why they gave this WONDERFUL product a low rating. It is simply because they are ignorant, not because the product if broken. Heck, I thought my compressor and airbrush were broken when I first got them, too!

As a newbie to this product and airbrushing in general, here is a little newbie guide I threw together:

The compressor: The first deal is that the regulator is not attached. My compressor came with Teflon tape (I'm not sure if yours will, I got mine used). You NEED to wrap the male part on the compressor in Teflon tape then screw on the regulator. This is done so that the none of the air leaks out. Once it is attached, you can hook up the braided hose. Here is the deal with the compressor: when it is turned on, it will not constantly run, it has an auto shut off once it has stored pressure. On top of this, your airbrush must be hooked up to the hose & compressor for the gauge to work. To adjust the pressure, you pull out the black knob on the regulator and then twist it left/right, it should have + and - symbols so you know which way to twist it. Note, the gauge will only read if you have the compressor running and the hose is hooked up to your airbrush! If your compressor has auto shut off and you need to adjust the pressure, just run some air through the airbrush so that it starts back up again. Also, keep in mind when you are airbrushing the compressor will turn itself on and off. THIS IS NORMAL AND A GOOD THING, don't let it alarm you. It means your regulator and compressor are working correctly!
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111 of 121 people found the following review helpful By E. Bybee on March 17, 2010
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A great first time set up, very happy with it. I will probably upgrade in the next year or so to a better system, but this is a great set up to see if this is something you want to get into. I use mine for painting minituares, I use Vallejo Air Model color and I thin out the game color and it runs just fine. Before you spray you want to dismantle the brush and reassemble it about 10 times so when you clean it after each use you have the assembly down pat.
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60 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Kennedy on March 30, 2010
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For the price you cant beat this kit.The airbrush works great with its double action control of paint flow.Cleanup was a breeze rinse out with water then i ran airbrush cleaner through it,very easy.the compressor has an easy to use air pressure adjustment valve and you cant hardly hear it running.If your looking to buy your first gravity fed airbrush i would highly recommend this kit.out of the box was spaying in about 30 mins.A great deal!
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By JC on March 13, 2012
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K.. Sillies out of the way first. This compressor is just so darned cute!! Chubby little body. Stubby little feet. It's just so cuddly!!

Recently got back into Gundam kit building. Tried all the methods I'd tried in the past: spray cans and brushes. Not the most effective ways, but they always worked in the past. Bleh. I just wasn't happy with the results I was getting. Buddy of mine suggested I try airbrushing. No way. That stuff's too expensive. What If I don't stay with the hobby?? Turns out that a) it's not that expensive and b) it is quite fun.

I ordered this thing last week and it arrived yesterday. 7 days from order to my door. I opened up the box to find a plastic case with the airbrush inside it. My first airbrush. How cool looking this thing is, all shiny and stuff. After that is the air hose, followed by the pressure valve/water trap assembly. Took everything out and made sure nothing was broken. Everything is very well packaged. Oh, there's also a roll of Teflon tape included. Use it.

I had a little trouble getting the pressure valve/water trap assembly properly aligned, but with enough Teflon tape I was able to get it properly vertical. Works like a charm. Attach the air hose to the compressor, then to the airbrush. Turn the power on. Voila!! Wait. This thing purrs. Seriously. My dogs snore louder than this little guy. Being able to use this pretty much anywhere is just great.

Practiced a bit with plain water, just to get the feel of the brush. I find myself alternating between my index finger and my thumb on the trigger. Both feel comfortable. Don't know if I'll settle on one or the other, but I have the same control either way.

Finally, I put some paint through it. It works!! How cool!!
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