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GSI Creos Mr. Airbrush Procon Boy PS-270 0.2mm Platinum

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SKU:
PS-270
UPC:
4973028735765
MPN:
PS-270
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  • GSI Creos Mr Airbrush Procon Boy PS-270 0.2mm Platinum PS-270 GSI Creos Mr Hobby
  • GSI Creos Mr Airbrush Procon Boy PS-270 0.2mm Platinum PS-270 GSI Creos Mr Hobby
  • GSI Creos Mr Airbrush Procon Boy PS-270 0.2mm Platinum PS-270 GSI Creos Mr Hobby
  • GSI Creos Mr Airbrush Procon Boy PS-270 0.2mm Platinum PS-270 GSI Creos Mr Hobby
  • GSI Creos Mr Airbrush Procon Boy PS-270 0.2mm Platinum PS-270 GSI Creos Mr Hobby
  • GSI Creos Mr Airbrush Procon Boy PS-270 0.2mm Platinum PS-270 GSI Creos Mr Hobby
  • GSI Creos Mr Airbrush Procon Boy PS-270 0.2mm Platinum PS-270 GSI Creos Mr Hobby
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Description

GSI Creos Mr. Airbrush Procon Boy FWA Platinum Double Action 0.2mm PS-270

Airbrush made in Japan (used to be Gunze).

Double action gravity feed airbrush with needle travel adjustment and built-in air valve.

Advanced detail airbrush for modeling, illustration, and other airbrushing projects.

  • 4-part head system for perfect airflow and easy cleaning.

  • 0.2mm nozzle

  • 10 ml gravity cup

  • Handle with needle adjustment for better control

  • Air valve (MAC) for air pressure adjustment right on the airbrush

  • Air hose included.

  • Standard 1/8” connector will fit Iwata, Sparmax or Master airbrush hose, any standard 1/8” quick coupling can be used with this airbrush.

 

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Additional Information

Paint source:
Gravity Feed 10ml cup
Control:
Double action
Nozzle size:
0.2mm
shipping:
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55 Reviews

  • 5
    Creos ps-270

    Posted by Sidney Peoples on Sep 14, 2021

    Great airbrush. Look forward to using it.

  • 5
    best bang for your buck

    Posted by Justin Rogers on Aug 05, 2021

    this is a great gun it sprays paint so smooth and you can make some small thin lines easily i use it to paint eyes on fishing lurers works great

  • 5
    PS-270

    Posted by Jeremy on May 25, 2021

    This is the best airbrush you can get for your money hands down! Its spray great, atomizes the paint very well specially at low psi and you can spray hair lines with ease. A+

  • 5
    GSI CREOS MR. AIRBRUSH PROCON BOY PS-270

    Posted by Kevin Crossland on Apr 30, 2021

    First off great prices and fast shipping from spraygunner. I’m new to airbrushing and started with a master got tired of the inconsistent spray this GSI CREOS MR. AIRBRUSH PROCON BOY PS-270 lays a consistent line of paint and is great to use thanks again to spray gunner

  • 5
    Procon Boy PS-270 I wish I’d found it sooner

    Posted by E. Clay on Apr 25, 2021

    After years of struggling with a cheap $30 airbrush, I had upgraded to an Iwata with a .3mm needle a year back and it was like night and day. After a bunch of resin garage kits (GKs), I decided to invest in a second good airbrush with an even finer needle for detailing. I use some acrylics but have been making the switch to lacquers as I go. Now I use the old cheapo airbrush for primer, the Iwata for general painting, and the new Procon Boy PS-270 2mm for applying shading and anything where I want truly soft gradients. I had the Spraygunner guys look at a photo of my gear and they helped me pick out the exact right fittings so I can just swap the airbrushes all onto the same hose with quick disconnects instantly. I can put my base color in the 3mm brush, the shadow color in the .2mm Procon PS-270 and swap back and forth just like that. It is a lifesaver and I already don’t know how I loved without quick disconnects. All for only a couple of bucks extra. I plan to use this approach to painting some wargames armies too with hundreds of miniatures. What about the Procon itself? Well I was a bit skeptical at the price because you definitely get what you pay for with airbrushes (more accurately you don’t get what you don’t pay for!). So I was not convinced that a piece of equipment for the price Spraygunner was asking could possibly be as good as the reviews and reputation that this airbrush is associated with. But after watching several videos and reading for a while, I decided to take the plunge and man it paid off. The build is excellent, from the weight to the finish to the precision of the tooling. Its performance is so good that it feels like I was airbrushing on “hard mode” before now and doing the many big, smooth gradients a GK needs went from being a challenge to being a joy. The precision is limited only by the steadiness of my own hands and my patience, never by the airbrush- it can execute anything I can do and helps rather than hinders. It has a valve on the brush itself to dial down airflow, and a limiter in the handle that lets you lock in a maximum amount of paint that comes out...so you can sort of set the spray to a certain pressure and density that cannot be exceeded. This means you find that sweet spot once, then as long as you hold the part the same distance away from the nozzle, you get the same consistent perfect result over and over. Beautiful. The spray is not only able to do nice, fine detail, but pertinent to model kit builders it sprays lacquer at very low psi with a nice, soft, gentle spray that lets you build up perfect subtle shadow and transitions that Japanese model kits of characters are known for. I painted a couple of quick, easy kits before committing to using this thing on one of my more complex, expensive GKs. I immediately wished I’d had this airbrush years ago. I sprayed Mr. Color lacquers, some P3 (thinned with lacquer thinner), and some water based acrylics through the Procon for the model pictured. I simply cannot imagine a better airbrush for painting models for any price, let alone for a similar price. I have several more 1/7 and 1/6 scale resin models to paint lined up, and many board game and wargames miniatures as well. If you plan to airbrush model kits, skip the starter airbrushes and just invest in this one right off the bat. The extra pressure valve is only like $20 more (the “platinum” vs. the regular PS-270) and while it’s not necessary, it’s certainly nice and I can’t imagine missing out on it just to save $20. That said, if you can only find the regular version of this airbush, it would serve you perfectly well. https://imgur.com/a/Q8ZVIpx

  • 5
    PS-270 0.2MM PLATINUM

    Posted by A J on Apr 25, 2021

    Ordered this model vs the 289 also ordered the 0.03 nozzle set so I could swap out the sizes.

  • 5
    Procon

    Posted by Joe Gilroy on Apr 17, 2021

    Great airbrush, right up there with the more expensive brands.

  • 4
    PS-270

    Posted by Ken K on Apr 15, 2021

    This is a follow up to my initial review for the PS-270. I just noticed that the chrome plating is almost all peeled off the MAC valve knob. I hope this isn't indicative of the chrome plating on the rest of the airbrush, especially the cup. Still she performs flawlessly, let's just hope the issues with the chrome plating were isolated to only the MAC valve knob.

  • 5
    A must have using Ammo by MiG paints!

    Posted by EA on Apr 14, 2021

    Lays down Ammo by MiG paints beautifully. I thin the paints with Ammo by MiG thinner, base Ral 7028 color 40/60 (paint to thinner), camouflage colors Ral 8017 20/80 (paint to thinner, this paint is a little thicker than others) and Ral 6003 30/70 (paint to thinner). This airbrush sprays all acrylics fantastically well using correct thinning and psi settings.

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