PS771 GSI Creos Mr. Airbrush Custom 0.18mm
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GSI Creos Mr. Airbrush Custom 0.18mm PS-771
Chrome plated version of the PS770
Supreme airbrush from Japan with the high-precision 0.18mm nozzle.
TOP of the line double-action airbrush for high-details and full control over your airbrushing project.
- 4-part head system for perfect airflow and easy cleaning.
- 10ml gravity cup for longer, non-stop runs.
- Built-in air valve to adjust pressure right on the airbrush.
- Numeric needle adjustment dial for setting your own paint-flow limits.
- Handle with cut-in for easy access to needle lock-nut.
- Adjustable trigger tension.
- Needle seal made of solvent-resistant PTFE material.
- Stainless steel needle is triple polished so paint flow can start even at lowest pressure settings.
- 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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Fantastic airbrush. it is everything the pors said about it. I am especially glad Mike Flores turned me on to Spraygunner. Superb service and the products are top notch. The PS771 GSI Creos Mr. Airbrush Custom 0.18 airbrush is everything you could dream about and more.
Excellent atomization and build , however I have one gripe there is no smooth transition from no air to full air on trigger.it almost feels like it's binding.but once you get past that point it's good. I thought I purchasing the Drew Blair spring it would make it better but it's not the spring it feels like it's binding right in the beginning is pushing for air. Not quite sure I'm explaining this right but anyways overall it's an excellent airbrush
I've been using Iwata airbrushes for the past 20 years. I have a Custom Micron C and an HP-C that I use daily. Recently, I purchased the Mr. Airbrush PS771 from Spraygunner. This is easily the finest airbrush I've ever shot paint through. And the price point is more than fair. I absolutely love this airbrush!
Just hefting the box, this unit feels substantial, pulling it out of the packaging it's weighty, though not too much, exquisitely finished, and is very intuitive. The trigger is smooth and progressive, easy to modulate, the limiters are confusing, though. The Airbrush sprays beautifully, but, honestly (and I'm sure it's me and my limited talent), it doesn't seem like, for the price, it's miles away better than the ps 290. Yes, it can make very fine lines. But, again, consider the operator, so can the Ps 290. I'm not sorry I bought it, nor will I return it, and it is a jewel at a bargain price compared to other brands.
This airbrush is what I'm talking about. If you got your paint to thinner ratio down, this airbrush will give you the most crisp pre shading,post shading, highlights ever. This is my main airbrush when I'm working on small parts of Gunpla (head and body panels). You will not be disappointed if you got the cash to throw at this boy.
I’m very happy with the purchase
Works excellent and the only minor issue is the spring hardness. It should come with the softer spring instead of the stiffer one.
I Love this Airbrush! I can go from fine detail to broad shading without changing Airbrushes, no adjustment, It does it all!
I use Harder & Steenbeck mostly, but bought this for the reviews I heard. I really like the H&S for the easy cleanup and quality, but had some fiddly stuff like it spitting paint, bubbles in my cup from bad seals. This airbrush is d**n nice. Huge cup, tiny spray pattern. It's a little heavy. I put a lighter Dru Blair softspring in it and it has more control with the air. I don't like using the wrench to clean the nozzle. The needle seems a bit rough and is loose in the adjustable limiter on the rear. And that piece is plastic. But, the performance blows those small negatives away.