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Help Needed Please.....

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I want to order a new airbrush.....

Here are my choices...I'd like to seal the deal today!!

- Paasche Talon gravity fed - $125.34

- Iwata Eclipse HP-BS or CS grav. fed - $152.70

- Iwate Revolution CR - $124

- Badger Velocity grav. fed - $132.82

And there is a company called "Grex" that I never heard of...any experiences with it anyone?

I think I'll stick to the ones with better reps above....recommendations please!

Thank in advance guys...

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I vote Iwata gravity fed.

Get the bigger cup, so you can paint more.

Get one with a 3 or 3.5 tip, and that offers an additional 2 needle and nozzle.

You should be set for ever.

Just be religious about keeping it clean. There are a lot of airbrush cleaning threads on this site.

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I have an Iwata eclipse and a paasche talon.... GET THE ECLIPSE! No comparison, but be warned be vary careful when cleaning an eclipse as I haev gone through 2 nozzles already. they are really REALLY fragile!

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I have an Iwata eclipse and a paasche talon.... GET THE ECLIPSE! No comparison, but be warned be vary careful when cleaning an eclipse as I haev gone through 2 nozzles already. they are really REALLY fragile!

I assumed the Eclipse HP-CS has a standard cup size....I don't see a size option for the cup in my catalogue???

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OK...judging by what I've read here and a few other sites, I'm going with the IWATA HP-CS Gravity fed....I hope its the right choice!

Thanks for all the info everyone!!

~Paul

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There are a few different modelsof Eclipses. HP-CS is the one I have and most versital I think. but go to TCP Global or chicago aibrush supply they both have better prices than u posted above and great service.

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