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Discussion in 'Airbrushes' started by Darijan, Apr 13, 2018.
I dont understand where this was bought
You can order it directly in Fuso Seiki company in Japan only which produces Richpens.
Ok, you've got your new toy. We've seen the pictures. So, how well does it work?
I did some googling. So if I understand correctly this is in the range of iwata micron? Anyone here have both of them? Interested in how they compare to each other. I couldn't find nothing on internet.
I seen some prices on internet for this airbrush, but cause you are from the same country as I am, how much was the total cost of importing this airbrush to your door steps? And I am also interested in parts availability.
My opinion: It performs excellent! I compare it with RICH AS 2 with a 0,2 mm (PHOENIX is a 0,3!) needle and I can tell there is almost no difference in fine lines. I will post a photo here soon so you can see the difference.
I am not sure if it is in the same range because Micron is a 0,18mm? And I dont have a Micron (and never will). I think the professional artist who owns the new Phoenix 223c could say something and give their opinion to this AB if there is someone here? That will be great
@ Huskystafford: AB was 199,00 EUR+ 69,79EUR custom cost and paypal took 8,00 EUR
Thx. Gonna compare what range of airbrush I can get for the same amount of the money so I will probably get better sense.
usually I buy here:
delivery costs like is 15-20 pounds. So I should compare with those airbrushes if I look at the money which is needed.
Just delivery from Japan was 22,00 EUR which is then close to that amount.
I dont see it with a mac valve just richpen phoenix 213c...weird
I have a 213c I think the Phoenix name is a newer addition. It was just a 213c when I got mine.
Mine is a .2 but is tuned and polished by mike learn to make the "mojo" sprays lovely and you can get a real fine line, still wouldn't compare it to the Micron though.
Interesting, you can't even find that here. Any chance it is a fake of some sort?
I see the website, but I'm not sure where to order one. Am I just blind?
213c is an old model and it is not produced anymore!
NO! It has a serial number!
You can order it by sending email only: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Toyohiro Iwamoto is an export manager of the company a friendly person he will reply emediately. Unfortunately they do not have an internet shop, you have to order directly in the company.
that is the info we were looking for
being a .3, not a micron like brush, but more directly compatible with an Iwata HP-CH. It is possible they have different nozzle and needle angles or shapes, but it is also possible they use the exact same parts... Very nice brush.
Thanks. I always wait your opinion