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Paasche EZ-STARTER Single Action Beginner Airbrush Kit

by Paasche

Price: CDN$ 17.50 & FREE Shipping on orders over CDN$ 25. Details
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  • Single action starter kit
  • Can connect to a compressor or propellant can
  • Simple and easy to use


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Product Description

Perfect for the beginner or anyone wanting to try out airbrushing without a huge investment. Can operate of a compressor or can or propellant. Kit includes: EZ single action airbrush, hose, 1-ounce bottle assembly, hose adapter and propel can adapter and wrench.

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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
Not Impressed. Jan. 15 2009
By Craig W. Johnston - Published on Amazon.com
I don't usually bother with these reviews, but I want to save people the hassle involved with this product. The first problem was like the other posters expressed, there were no instructions. It wasn't very hard to figure out, but still, include some instructions. This wasn't enough to break my spirit though cause once figured out, I could still use it, until today.

I've only used it for a total of maybe 10 minutes, and I just got it for christmas, so why, if it has been safely stored away since I last used it, is there a big crack where the hose meets the brush?

This crack makes it very difficult to paint considering he air is all escaping through the crack and doesnt get a chance to propel the paint.

Be aware that this is a very cheaply made airbrush. Not that you should really expect much from the price, but I still expect for even this low of a price for a product to be a little better quality.

A beginner would be discouraged before really getting into the art of airbrushing with this product.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Godd beginner airbrush Oct. 22 2010
By Henry O. Broder - Published on Amazon.com
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This airbrush is sturdy and works well. It's a good tool to learn the fundimentals of airbrush artwork. It comes with a thin black plastic hose that seems to never loose its curled up state. So it's a little annoying. I wish it came with a more flexible hose. Also, better instructions would be good. There is a "canned air" adapter that is not identified and it took me a long time to figure out what the heck it was!
17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Airbrush Kit. E-Z Starter by Paasche. Is So Easy To Use Dec 28 2007
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Well, for a starter kit, I would have thought there would have been an instruction booklet. There wasn't one. This disappointed me. The back of the bubble card has the pieces outlined but doesn't explain how to put them together or how to use it.
20 of 26 people found the following review helpful
EZ Starter air burush kit Sept. 30 2007
By C. Rowh - Published on Amazon.com
I was very disappointed when I got my Ez started air brush kit it doesn't look like it does in the picture, it is not as good quality as it shows in the picture and it doesn't have the important features that an artist needs, it is very cheap looking. The picture is very deceiving.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Good Airbrush for the price. Feb. 18 2013
By K. Harris - Published on Amazon.com
I got this sprayer at a Hobby Store for 40% off. My first time using one and I found it very easy to figure out how to put it together without instructions, but could not get it to spray regardless of what settings I tried. Turns out the can of propellant spray air was my issue. I hooked it up to my home compressor and wow. I was airbrushing things like an old pro. I did not like the coiled plastic line that never straightened out that came with it, so I got a braided line from Harbor freight for it and what a difference. I am a newbie at airbrushing and I am only doing small items but once I get more accustomed to this I will move up to a better Paasche model but as a beginner this one has worked well for me so far. As for the user that could not get it to work with his home compressor, the attachment you need you should already have. The tool you use with your compressor should have that attachment. For example, if you are using a nail gun, the part that goes into the nail gun is the same part that you would need to connect the airbrush to the compressor. I only gave it 3 stars because I wasted money on the can air, the plastic hose was terrible, and the lack of instructions, but otherwise this is a good starter Airbrush for the beginner.

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