Given that you might – having got this far – be wondering why you should choose an Aztek airbrush we thought we’d make it easy for you and highlight a few key qualities. So to begin we’ll start at the end with possibly the most tedious part of the whole airbrushing process – cleaning or if you like the lack of it. You see unlike standard airbrushes that get covered with paint and require complete disassembly to clean Aztek ‘brushes require no disassembly. How so? Simple because the paint travels directly to and through the nozzle entirely bypassing the airbrush body.
But there’s more. When it comes to orchestrating a task you’ll find time-consuming complex needle adjustments a thing of the past for with an Aztek airbrush you can quickly move from one spray pattern to another laying down the full range of special effects simply by changing the unique patented interchangeable nozzles.
And if that’s not enough to convince you give comfort some consideration too. If you’ve used airbrushes before you’ll relate to how important it is that the ‘brush fits comfortably in the hand. With a good ergonomic design (an Aztek design) reduced fatigue and exceptional grip come naturally.
In the 7778 then Aztek has combined the ease and flexibility of the premium A470 airbrush design with a high quality triple-chrome-plated body. Forged from die-cast metal the double action internal mix 7778 weighs a desirable 30 grams that coupled with the sought-after ergonomic Aztek design offers outstanding balance too. Add to this the full range of tips paint cups bottles gravity feed colour cups and accessories and youve got a modern heavy-duty airbrush system that provides both precision paint application and excellent durability.
This item is over £100, so qualifies for free standard UK shipping!