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After lots of time reading and watching various reviews I ended up buying the Sparmax TC-610H compressor and the Harder & Steenbeck Evolution Silverline 2in1 airbrush, the Brush comes with two needles 0.2mm & 0.4mm and two cups 2ml & 5ml, it also has paint adjusting control and quick release tail.
The compressor comes with a 2.5 litre tank (something I found out is that you really need a tank with compressors) and is alot quieter than I thought it would be when it kicks in, the regulator came separate and had to be attached but one screw so easy then, it was quite weighty which is usually a sign of quality and also looks like it has another hose attachment just to the left so two brushes can be ran at the same time.
The compressor also came with a hose, couldn't tell you if this is a standard hose or not but it's a nice touch that it's coiled, I got a few other bits with my order, a quick release valve and the H&S brush cleaning kit.
I also got this cleaning station with the package, not so sure what the plastic tub it came in inside the box is for, maybe it's to put the pot in if it begins to smell to much.....but then you would empty it right!, anyhow you get another four little filters and a further rubber seal.
On to the brush itself......WOW it's gorgeous so tactile and beautifly chromed, it's a little more money than I wanted to spend on my first brush but hey get the best you can afford right and hopefully it should last, forgot to mention so I'll say it here the second needle comes with another brush tip.
The reason I opted for Harder & Steenbeck in the end over other brush manufacturers is the fact that they are so easy to break down for cleaning and also the needles and other bits fit other H&S brushes in their range so if I were to buy another say just for varnishing I can swoop the needles/tips around ect.
The Airbrush came with this little handy instruction booklet, it shows you how to break it down and clean it aswell as brush practice tips and a list of parts.
Well that's it guys, next stop learn how to use it wish me luck ;)