Air Brush Complete Spray Gun Set - Was £24.99 Now £14.99 @ Woolworths - HotUKDeals
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Are you into painting models? Like to give an old toy a facelift? Or would you like to create a funky design on your little girl's bike? With this single action spray gun you can spray most kinds of paints, inks, enamels and lacquers in a variety of spray patterns on to almost anything.

Features:
Model 250 Spray Gun with attached 22cc jar
250ml Badger air propellant
Propellant regulator
1.58m vinyl air hose
Spare 30cc ajr
Adjustable spray pattern
Suitable for ages 8+
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#1
http://www.windsurfer.co.uk/images/repairs/airgun_250-3.jpg
#2
Been considering getting an airbrush set for custom painting my pc cases and generally anything else that catches my eye and says do it such as two original xboxes so can anyone say how good this is likely to be?

What are the prices for the cans of propelant etc?

Are there any better alternatives anyone can recommend with a budget of upto around £30?
#3
Id recommend popping into a local HobbyCraft store...
I had an airbrush kit years ago for decorating cakes...Badger I believe...
Im sure they have a selection of kits and refils etc at Hobbycraft or maybe try a local model shop...
If your looking for something that you will use quite a few times it may be worth investing in a small compressor...
Theres a Draper one on Amazon with an air brush kit for £21.03
So maybe worth looking into....
Kim
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kimbo_frog;2521234
Id recommend popping into a local HobbyCraft store...
I had an airbrush kit years ago for decorating cakes...Badger I believe...
Im sure they have a selection of kits and refils etc at Hobbycraft or maybe try a local model shop...
If your looking for something that you will use quite a few times it may be worth investing in a small compressor...
Theres a Draper one on Amazon with an air brush kit for £21.03
So maybe worth looking into....
Kim

You got a link for the amazon one please? I cant find it for lookin'!:oops:
#5
Harltzer, i've got one of these for spraying small car parts (rocker covers etc) and it does a brilliant job..

http://www.justoffbase.co.uk/Air-Brush-Kit-without-Propellant-Sealey-AB931?sc=9

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/416jhTMvbIL._SS500_.jpg

You really need a compressor of some sort though as running off tins is VERY expensive(will run off a mini compressor or a standard one).

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