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Iwata-Medea Eclipse HP CS Dual Action Airbrush Gun / Gravity Feed

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Features

  • Features a 0.35mm needle and drop-in self-centering nozzle combination comes with a large 1/3 oz gravity-feed cup
  • Generous 1/3 oz sized cup is designed with a new funnel shape, which makes for easy clean up and more efficient paint flow
  • The Eclipse CS sprays heavier acrylics and Medea Textile Colors, while maintaining high-detail spray characteristics
  • Single cut-away handle
  • Spray pattern - hairline to 2" (50-mm) round

Description

From the Manufacturer Ultimate versatility, reliability and performance .The multi-purpose, high-paint-flow, high-detail airbrushes of the Eclipse Series cover a wide range of uses. Commonly used to spray premixed or heavier paints, they are well suited for uses demanding precise control of spray when applying moderate-to-large amounts of paint to a variety of surfaces and to various- sized areas. The Eclipse Series has established a new benchmark for excellence in an all-purpose airbrush.


Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 2.64 x 1.1 inches


Item Weight: 9.6 ounces


Department: Tools


Manufacturer: IWATA-MEDEA Inc


Item model number: ECL 4500


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Assembly Required: No


Number of Pieces: 4


Warranty Description: 5 YEAR LIMITED


Batteries Required?: No


Import Designation: Made in USA or Imported


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Top Amazon Reviews


  • Great air brush and better tech support
I have used Iwata air brushes for years and decided to get another new Eclipse. This was my fifth Iwata brush and for some reason it just didn't work like it should have. I called Iwata and talked to a Ms. Taylor about the problem. Within a week I had a new replacement model that worked perfectly. They even sent a prepaid shipping label to return the defective model. You just can't overstate how important a good tech support department can be for customer relations. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on May 4, 2020 by Pat O. Clifton

  • HP = High Paint Flow (and Heavier Acrylics) Great brush, but don't thin your paint too much
I bought this as my first airbrush. (I haven't owned others so I cannot confidently rate this a 5) My advice = This is an "HP" air brush... from the Iwata site please TAKE NOTE "the Eclipse CS sprays heavier acrylics and textile paints, while maintaining high-detail spray characteristics" emphasis on "heavier acrylics" This is not a bad thing. But what this does mean, is that you do NOT want to thin your paint too much for this brush. I started out using it and thinning citadel paints at about a 1:1 ratio. This is NOT what you want to do. Don't be afraid to put too thick of a paint in here, so that the brush can give you a consistent spray. Of course your compressor matters, but when you put too thin of paint, the air flow cannot "grab" onto it at the right pressure and you end up "drying" your paint before it hits the model or whatever you're painting. By using a thicker paint, the air flow "grabs" onto it better and your paint leaves the brush before it gets dried by the natural air pressure. What can happen if you you thin too much: -the paint will dry in the nozzle cap faster -the paint won't grab onto the surface of your subject (this can result in the paint getting pushed around by the airbrush after it hits your subject) -the paint flow will be inconsistent -the finish on your paint will be particularly shiny I'm not a professional artist, but just bottom line: don't thin your paint TOO much. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2016 by goldi3 lox

  • Great airbrush
Great beginner airbrush but at the same time great for that next level of airbrushing. Very easy to clean and can handle alot thicker paints. A little bit of flow aid and this bad boy can tackle p3 paints most others you barely have to thin. As for the fine details with an airbrush this guy can handle it even being a little larger needle. Get in close practice that trigger discipline and this airbrush wont let you down! ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on January 7, 2020 by Corey

  • The improvement over the HP-CR is staggering, both in design and results
This is the 2nd airbrush I have owned, and coincidentally the 2nd Iwata airbrush that I have owned. My previous brush was Iwata's Revolution HP-CR and as a beginner that brush drove me to madness. The way the nozzle screwed onto the airbrush body with only 3 threads blew my mind, and it made it almost impossible to maintenance if you had air bubbles forming around its seal. When I found out this Eclipse brush used a drop-in nozzle design, I made the upgrade immediately. I've been using this brush now for roughly one month, and I ordered the larger .5mm replacement set to use for painting Bandai kits. The spray radius and ability to use thicker paints has been incredible, and the results you get with this brush are fantastic. I don't have any photos to show off yet, but I'll update this review with some to demonstrate how nicely this brush lays down paint. The only reason I knock it down a star is because of my previous bad experience, and how it feels like I had to pay another $50 to get a practical design. Not to mention having to spend another $20 on replacement parts for the larger needle set. That is lost value for me, and in my opinion is a letdown for the brush on the whole. Aside from that I would wholeheartedly recommend this to beginners and expert alike ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2018 by HattedSandwich

  • Start with the best airbrush, easy to learn!
This is an amazing airbrush to say the least and I was surprised how easy it was to use being that I just jumped into using one. I wanted to start with the best and picked this up. With no prior practice I was shading and highlighting figures and models on the first try. The tip can spray a line so thin you can write in the same width as pencil lead would, but in paint, that's pretty amazing. My suggestions: buy a compressor with a tank. You don't want one that runs constantly. Those fluctuate in pressure as well, not good. A pancake compressor is more than adequate.. Get the quick disconnect set. It not only allows you to take the airbrush off the hose to clean it, it also allows the airbrush to swivel on the hose getting rid of any kinks. Get then water trap/filter/gauge combo attachment. Set it to 20 psi and start airbrushing. Without it you're going to have water, compressor oil, black specks, and other nasty stuff gumming up your hose and your airbrush. All of these items, even the pancake compressor can be bought right alongside this airbrush on amazon. Pretty convenient! ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on March 14, 2015 by Jin Saotome

  • WELL Worth The Money
I purchased a NEO airbrush and it started out excellent BUT it stopped working 2 months after I bought it so I bought this Iwata Eclipse HP-CS and it's AMAZING!!!!!!!!! I should have just bought this from the start, it's worth it to buy a QUALITY product first instead of having to buy 2 because one doesn't work. The quality of the Eclipse is so much better than the NEO. Don't get me wrong, the NEO started out spraying really well, when it worked it was great, the problem is that it just isn't made like the Eclipse is. You can look at it and see the differences. The Eclipse doesn't have the cheap donut gaskets that the NEO does. I still don't know exactly what's wrong with the NEO but I think it has something to do with the O-Rings breaking. I can't get paint to come out, just air. The Eclipse is still new but I believe it's going to last much longer than the other one did. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2020 by Tom M.

  • Chrome finish is messed up out of the box.
To really sure what happened to this brush. Poor QA, someone swapped their used one in and returned it, or maybe it’s a knockoff, but whatever it is that is not the finish on a brand new airbrush. Can’t say how well it performs since I’m returning it immediately.
Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2019 by Maxim V Maxim V

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