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At merriartist.com we carry one of the most complete selections of precision airbrushes, airbrush replacement parts, and airbrush accessories at the most competitive prices. Need help choosing the right airbrush? Feel free to give us a call at (866) 472-1684. We ship the same day when we receive your order by 2:00 PM PST Monday - Friday. Get free shipping when you order $90 or more.
Iwata Airbrushes Grex Airbrushes
Iwata Airbrushes are top of the line airbrushes manufactured in Japan. They offer a 5 year limited warranty. Iwata Airbrushes are preferred by professional airbrush artists worldwide. We have customers that have been using the same Iwata Airbrush for 15 years or more. Iwata offers a wide variety of configurations for every airbrushing need.
Grex airbrushes are precision airbrushes and offer a limited 6 year warranty. Grex, located in Alhambra, California is a company already well known for their state-of the art pneumatic tools. The airbrushes are designed by Grex in the U.S.A and manufactured to precision specifications in Taiwan. We think you will be impressed with the quality and clever features unique to Grex airbrushes.
Harder & Steenbeck Airbrushes Badger Airbrushes
Harder & Steenbeck Airbrushes are a made in Germany to the highest precision standards. These precision instruments are backed by a limited 10 year warranty against manufacturing defects. Harder & Steenbeck airbrushes are packed with features that don't come standard with most other airbrushes.
Badger Airbrushes are manufactured in the U.S.A. Badger Airbrush offers economical, tried and true airbrushes in many configurations. They feature easy interchange of needle/nozzle configuration.
Gravity Feed Airbrushes Siphon Feed Airbrushes
Gravity feed airbrushes feature a paint cup on top of the airbrush. Because the paints flows directly to the nozzle by gravity feed rather then by suction they offer smooth paint flow and allow for easy switching between colors. These are the airbrushes that are usually preferred for graphic arts, illustration, automotive graphics, cosmetics and fingernails.
Siphon feed airbrushes use a bottle attached to the bottom of the airbrush for their paint supply. This offers the advantage of easily switching from one bottle of paint to another. This type of airbrush is often favored by tee-shirt artists, cake decorators, taxidermists, and model builders. They generally have a higher paint output and are not quite as well suited to doing extremely fine detail.