Posted 19 hours ago

Ambiano Cake Decorating Kit - £9.99 / £12.94 delivered @ Aldi

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Joined in 2014

About this deal

If you're into model making or some sort of crafts this handy little air sprayer compressor could come in handy. So not just for cakes!!!!! stencil face painting car and motorbike paint touch up maybe even finger nail painting would cost you about £22 anywhere else.

  • Battery Type:

    Lithium 3.7V/1600mAh
  • Brand:

  • Cable Length:

    1m (approx.)
  • Capacity:

    5ml and 20ml cups
  • Colour:

  • Corded/Cordless:

  • Dimensions:

    4.4 x 4.4 x 12.9cm (approx.)
  • Material:

    Aluminium, Plastic
  • Product Type:

  • Rechargeable:


Your next cake will look like a work of art with the help of this Ambiano Cake Decorating Kit. With its cordless design, this air brush is ideal for personalising your cakes with memorable designs. Powered by a rechargeable battery, this air brush will be with you for the long-term creating cakes that are both pleasing to the taste buds as well as the eye.

  • 1 x Airbrush kit
  • 1 x USB charge cable
  • 1 x 5ml Cup
  • 1 x 20ml Cup
  • 1 x Intruction manual

  • Airbrush kit for cake decorating
  • Gravity feed type
  • 0.4mm Nozzle diameter
  • Push button control
  • Cup capacity of 5 or 20ml cups
  • Working pressue of 18-25PSI
  • Airflow of 7L per minute
  • Working time of 50 minutes

3 Years

maybe not as good but this is just to give you an idea
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Edited by urbanbushwacker, 19 hours ago
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    Be interesting to see how good this is. I went through a few cheap air brushes on Amazon, and they were all terrible. Ended up buying a decent one in the end.
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    Thought it was a Parker pen balanced on top.
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    Ordered, thank you! As a beginner I'm sure this will be great to try (edited)
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    Could be handy for priming and basecoating warhammer miniatures, wouldn't expect it to do anything else. I'll bite.
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    Tempted to try this for painting models, but guessing it isn't designed to hold-up to solvent-base paints though? Might be alright with acrylics?
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