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NEO CN Gravity Feed Dual Action Airbrush
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- Gravity-feed airbrushes perform well at lower air pressures, which help create greater detail
- A unique 0.35-mm needle and nozzle combination for finer detail spraying and medium-sized spray patterns
- Includes interchangeable large (1/3 oz.) and medium (1/16 oz.) cups designed with a funnel shape, which makes for easy clean-up and more efficient paint flow
- Ideal operation is between 5 and 35 psi
- Ideal for use with smaller air compressors that produce a maximum of 20 psi
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Start airbrushing now with the NEO series for Iwata. It�s easier than ever to start with an economical and reliable airbrush backed by the most trusted name in the industry. These versatile, value-priced airbrushes can be used with a variety of different paints and mediums. Plus, the NEO series proves easy to use and clean. The NEO series for Iwata was designed to perform well at lower pressures when used with smaller air compressors. Iwata backs the NEO series airbrushes with an unprecedented five-year warranty. These versatile, value-priced airbrushes can be used with a variety of different paints and mediums. Plus, the NEO series proves easy to use and clean. Preferred when working in small to medium sized areas with small amounts of paint. Gravity-feed airbrushes perform well at lower air pressures, which help create greater detail. A unique 0.35-mm needle and nozzle combination for finer detail spraying and medium-sized spray patterns. Includes interchangeable large (1/3 oz.) and medium (1/16 oz.) cups designed with a funnel shape, which makes for easy clean-up and more efficient paint flow. (Airbrush will hold 1/32 oz. without a cup attached). Ideal operation is between 5 and 35 psi. Ideal for use with smaller air compressors that produce a maximum of 20 psi. Ideal for use with smaller air compressors that produce a maximum of 20 psi.
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Very smooth trigger and low PSI functional......there's no need to buy the cheap eBay airbrushes when you can get this Iwata NEO.
I would recommend Iwata do 2 things to improve it slightly- use a ridged trigger instead of a recessed design to aid in trigger grip and the other would be to open the internal air flow passages for higher PSI if desired........other than those 2 things this is a superb value.
If you're thinking of getting one of these- go ahead with assurance you're getting a super value!
So only then I google up to see if this is common with airbrush and so I stumble upon a website that write really cool review about an airbrush. After browsing thru about 10 website, clearly NEO CN is the high quality airbrush any beginner should use/has.
Never buy all those China made like KKmax, royalmax, Master etc. yes, they copy it to look as good as the high end Iwata, badger, etc airbrush but when you start spraying the paint, it will destroy what you have. The differences in term of quality of the painting is so significant that really annoyoed me and make me feel disgusted with a China products!
tips: too far away painting and you will get a rough texture as the paint almost dries before contacting surface. Too close and too much flow can cause runs (obviously). It didn't take long to find the right distance and flow, so I am happy with this.
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It does not mean fine detail work though, you need to paint £100s more for that, they tend to be high end and expensive.
Trouble is, the Neo being so sensitive, requires a little practice to get used too. Its far too easy to pull the trigger back and put too much paint on your model. It really is a precision instrument compared to the Chinese brushes, if not to the high end brushes. So practice on paper first, get a feel for that trigger, learn how much pressure is needed for each task. Then enjoy your new Brush.
PS all standard tubing connections from cheaper air brush kits appear to fit the Neo too. So those parts can still be used.
Repeated requests for endorsement annoying.
Recommend to spend more and another brand.