I've been air brushing for over13years. I've owned and used (other painters airbrushes) over the years. Some where nice, others, regardless the names. well known in the industry. I wasn't a fan. I've only used one (free) "No-Name" Airbrush before. And while it looked and felt good to hold. Performed poorly. The Ganzton appears well made for the price you pay, if any thing. It's a little unrefined in parts. Machining marks can be seen. And internal parts are a little, stiff to freely move. With the trigger showing some play. The tightness should come good after disasembly/assembly after a while. And I recommend with any airbrush. It's cleaned with at least some dissassembly. So don't loose the schematics :) be awear of the paint trigger orientation! Performance. At the time of writing. I had only tested the airbrush with Ink. I mostly use waterbourne airbrush refined paints. And I expect the brush will perform differently with a paint of higher viscosity. At lower psi (airline pressure) I found some skittering or stutter of paint flow. At slightly higher psi the problem wasn't such an issue or at all. I put this issue down to air leaking back (unconfirmed as of writing) I would try using the larger. .3 or .5 needle/ nozzle set up to aliminate this issue and just learn to paint detail with these needle sizes. I only noticed some 'lag' from paint flow at times. I put this down to, more the triggers assemblys loosnes. Tho, it may clean up after some use as the needle and nozzle seat together?
The Hose. As is the quick connect coupling. The water/ debris trap, all are the real deal and as you would expect from sourcing these items seperatly.
All up. It's an OK Airbrush. From the standards I'm used to. I personally wouldn't rely on it. For the beginners, or customers that wouldn't be painting all that often. Only a few times a year perhaps. This may suit your needs. Just keep it clean... Always after use. And it should get you by.
This is an excellent airbrush for the price. Having the option of three sizes of cups and needles really makes this more versatile. The trigger action is smooth and I find it to be much easier to control to a button airbrush. I would recommend this to anyone that wants to start airbrushing without paying out a fortune.
Bought this to paint my 3D prints, and it is surprisingly easy to use. I did have to watch YouTube videos but this is easy to use, even for beginners. Does the job very well. Apparently it works for cake decor too, and that's what my wife will be trying next.
It’s the best item I bought recently. I like that it came with everything I needed for air brush. It also got needle with it. It works perfectly and didn’t had any problem. It was securely packed which is a bonus. Great quality.
I am so happy to receive my new airbrush kit today, the package was well protected, its a good quality product with affordable price, have all kinds of accessories, Im sure its a good tool for me to do my painting
I like the way it’s solidly build. It has 3 nozzls and needles that will cover most of the requirements for airbrushing.
Yhe finish on the airbrush body is shiny you can see yourself on it! :)
i recommend this if your starting on a hobby like me. I use it for my plastic scale modelling hobby. Although the cup is not big enough for bigger projects as tou will need to refill it a lot if you need to cover big areas.
I like that is has the mosture trap that will help remove water moisture from the air line that can ruin your work if it mixes with your paint.
The airbrush is balanced enough and feels really good on my hands. it’s light enough so it will not hard when I paint long periods of time.