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Review: Neo Gravity Trigger Airbrush

Rather read? Here is the text version also with the videos.

Introduction & Breakdown

Spraying Tamiya Color Paint & Feedback

Spraying AV Vallejo Model Air Paint & Feedback

About the Author

About Rick Cooper (clovis899)
FROM: CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES

I have been modeling for about 30 years now. Once upon a time in another century I owned my own hobby shop; way more work than it was worth. I tip my opti-visor to those who make a real living at it. Mainly build armor these days but I keep working at figures, planes and the occasional ship.


Comments

Nice Review Rick
JAN 03, 2014 - 10:24 PM
Thanks for the great job on the review!
JAN 08, 2014 - 07:12 AM
Rick, by your explanation with the two-step trigger process it sounds like the Iwata NEO trigger airbrush operates exactly like the Grex TG2/TG3 series. First you pull the trigger to get the air flowing, then a little futher back and the paint starts flowing. Have you used the Grex before or have any comparisons between the two? Great review, by the way.
JAN 09, 2014 - 08:39 AM
i have the grex tr3 and it looks like it works exactly the same, to be honest i wouldn't go back to a "normal" airbrush. paul
JAN 12, 2014 - 10:10 AM
Paul, Thanks for helping out. Matt, No, I haven't had the pleasure of trying out a Grex AB. Your description however is spot on regarding how the NEO operates. C heck out Paul's response for the definitive answer. I agree with Paul in that at this point it would be hard to go back to a different brush. Cheers, Rick
JAN 13, 2014 - 10:41 PM
Nice review, I enjoyed reading it, and is really helpful since I'm looking for a top/side feed with a small cup.
JAN 04, 2015 - 11:20 PM
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