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I have a Badger 200 airbrush (bottom feed, single action) it quite good, but i feel that i need a double action one. For me the bottom or gravity feed is indiferent, i think.
As i allready own a Badger one i´m falling for the 175 or 155.
The main difference between them is that the 155 has a "multi-pourpose" needle, this single needle makes from fine to heavy, and the 175 carries the 3 needles (fine, medium, heavy).
In my situation what would you do, wich airbrush would you buy, for $70-$80, or more if you think its worth?
I used to own your same airbrush, but.............
November 8 2004, 11:29 AM
I was never very happy about it. Anyway, now I use an Iwata HP-C. Once you use it, you will never go back (I own two of them) and you can find them for around $120.
But if you still consider Badger, then go with a gravity feed. They spray much easier and nicer, plus you don't have to watch out for the bottle will holding the gun in a different postion or trying to get into that tight spot.