NEO CN - Gravity Feed

This is the Neo Series Gravity Feed Dual Action Airbrush from Iwata.:

Iwata NEO CN - Gravity Feed
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Specifications :
  • Length: 5.75 (146mm):
  • Paint Capacity: 1/32oz without cup
  • Iwata Product Number: N4500
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"great airbrush"
I've got this and I've not had a single problem with it. Very simple to use, nothing that's going to take awhile to learn. and for the price it's great. This company makes Tamyia airbrush for them. so if it's good enough for them why not you? just like anything you've gotta keep it clean and it's not that hard to do. You need this one if you are just starting out airbrushing

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  • Ideal for working in small to medium size areas with small amounts o paint.:
  • 0.35mm needle and nozzle combination for fine detail spraying an medium size spray patterns.:
  • Large and medium gravity cups with funnel shape for easy clean up an more efficient paint flow.:
  • 5 year limited warranty through Iwata beginning at date of purchase.:


  • Length: 5.75 (146mm):
  • Paint Capacity: 1/32oz without cup
  • Iwata Product Number: N4500


  • Gravity Feed Dual Action Airbrush:
  • Large (1/3oz) and medium (1/16oz) cups:

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"decent brush"
Clogs pretty often but good for the money, fairly easy to cleAn at least, I recommend getting it

"Very good all around airbrush."
I've owned this airbrush for several months now and its an excellent value for the $$. I mostly use this for detail work and almost exclusively shoot enamel paints through it. I've had no issues with clogging while using enamel paints. I have used some acrylics but they have a tendency to gum up the airbrush, more specifically the Vallejo line, although Tamiya acrylics have worked fine with no problems. The one issue with this airbrush is that you have to keep it clean and you have to be very very careful when taking off the nozzle because its is tiny and easy to break off if you overtighten it with the wrench and they cost about $15 to replace so be careful. Disassembly is easy with everything being finger-tight except for the tiny nozzle. I always flush mine with mineral spirits or alcohol depending on the paint I'm using and give it about 3 cycles in my ultrasonic cleaner. The last thing is that it requires an Iwata brand hose or else you have to purchase an adapter fitting which I did to fit my Badger hose. The last quirk is that I'd recommend applying a little oil to the air valve because the trigger tends to get stuck, giving inconsistent paint flow. So just a little drop of motor oil around the air valve will fix that. Overall its a very nice airbrush for beginners and those on a budget, users just have to be careful regarding overtightening the nozzle and make sure to keep it clean. I can't compare this to Iwata's higher end airbrushes but with the performance I've gotten so far has been a very good deal.

"Can not honestly make a call"
Ed A. (Linden, NJ)
I never got to use the airbrush. The needle tip fell out as I was just opening the box to inspect the airbrush. I've read mixed reviews IE: works great, however it suffers from sensitive needle problems. I could not make a quantified review as I did not use it. HOBBYLINC however is resolving my issue. I have decided to go with a different airbrush.

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