Tooty Airbrush Compressor by NO-NAME Brand

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Air Compressor with tank by NO-NAME Brand

Model: Tooty  

Warranty: 1 year

  • Oil Free Design
  • Compressor housing material: Metal
  • Auto-Shut off at 57 psi (4 bar); Auto-Start at 43 psi (3 bar)
  • Compressor Regulator: 0-100 psi (0-7 bar) - Equipped with Filter and Gauge
  • 3L air tank to provide consistent air flow (no pulsations)
  • 6 foot power cable
  • 1/6 HP
  • 110 Volt
  • Air Flow: 20-23 L / Minute
  • Noise Level: 47 dB / 1m
  • User Manual
  • 1/8" connection
  • On/Off Switch
  • Suction Cups on bottom for added stability

This compressor is suitable for commercial spraying, cosmetics, nail studios and Tattoo designs, illustrations, hobbies modelling, fishing lures and much more. The AG-326 is a great compressor at the price including a 3L air tank to help deliver consistent airflow and stop the pulsations that tankless compressors often deliver. 

Every NO-NAME Brand Compressor is INSPECTED and TESTED in our warehouse in Tampa, FL before going out to the customer!


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23 Reviews

  • 5
    Best bang for your buck

    Posted by Kat Mason on Jul 23rd 2020

    Love this little guy. Super good value and reliable. It was a huge upgrade from an ancient tankless compressor for me. I'm not a pro, just a beginner, and I had no trouble setting this up and finding parts for it. Bought it for my Procon Boy airbrush.

  • 5
    Great little compressor

    Posted by jon peil on Jun 13th 2020

    I use this with my paasache talon. Works great! Great little workhorse. Very quiet. Woul definitely recommend to a friend. Considering getting one for my son.

  • 5
    Going strong

    Posted by John Lindberg on May 1st 2020

    So far, I'm loving it. This is my first compressor and so far its holding up to the task. Good steady pressure. Much quieter than others I've heard. The housing does get a little hot from 30 minute use, but has not affected performance. Would recommend.

  • 5
    No Name Tooty

    Posted by Josh Chappell on May 1st 2020

    Love it. Wish I knew about this compressor when a purchased my last one from Harbor Freight. Quiet and compact.

  • 5
    Awesome compressor

    Posted by Mike on Apr 25th 2020

    I somehow managed to bust the moisture trap on my trust old compressor and needed something new. I saw this got great reviews from Rob at Spikey Bits and placed an order. It arrived in less than a week and I've already used it to prime a bunch of models. This compressor works great and keeps a nice even pressure all the time.

  • 5

    Posted by John woods on Apr 15th 2020

    I'm very happy with my new Tooty compressor. It's well made, lightweight and very quiet. I did a lot of shopping for a new compressor and I'm extremely pleased. Thanks

  • 5
    Tooty Airbrush Compressor

    Posted by Alan Azevedo on Apr 14th 2020

    To everyone at SprayGunner, Thank you for all the hard work you do during these difficult times. I recently ordered a Tooty No-Name Airbrush Compressor. That compressor is nothing but an awesome little machine. It's very quiet when I compare to my previous compressor and the air is smooth. The paint results I'm getting now on my projects are outstanding. Again, Kudos to SprayGunner and the Tooty Fruity Airbrush Compressor. Cheers,

  • 5
    Quiet, small, great compressor!

    Posted by Jim Fox on Mar 16th 2020

    Got this to replace my Cambell Hausfeld "Quiet Air" compressor. Loving this compressor. Nice and quiet, doesn't make me jump if it goes off. It's quiet enough that I sometimes leave it on and never hear it run in the rest of the house. Despite the on and off range, it doesn't seem like it kicks on and off too much. My only complaint, and it's super minor, is the pressure adjustment knob. You have to pull it up to turn it. It seems to want to catch a little bit as you turn. I've just learned to slightly pull up while turning it.

  • 5
    Excellent Compressor for Airbrushing

    Posted by Patrick Gustine on Feb 22nd 2020

    Great little compressor that is fairly quiet. Thought for sure it was going to be louder, but was presently surprised.

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