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Universal Airbrush Holder

Universal Airbrush Holder

SKU: AH400

by iwata by Anest iwata

Regular price $37.97
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iwata: Universal Airbrush Holder

This airbrush holder is a must have! it easily attaches to the table or bench top with a built-in clamp screw. This uniquely designed holder features:

  • Adjustable mounting on worktops/tables up to 3" thick
  • Accommodates various different airbrushes models: (gravity, siphon, side-feed, trigger-style)
  • Holds 2 Airbrushes (All Brands, Master, Iwata, Paasche, Badger, Grex and Generics)
  • New design to safely and securely hold your airbrush when not in use - if you have every accidentally caught your air hose and pull your airbrush out of the hold sending you airbrush to the floor - you will love this design! will not pull out of the holder
  • **Airbrushes are not included
  • comes with a special bracket that connects the Universal Spray Out Pot to the Universal Airbrush Holder which keeps everything together

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Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Glen Schattner (Plum Coulee, CA)
Universal Airbrush Holder

Worked as it should. Good product.

Michael (Calgary, CA)
Universal Holder - perfect for my NeoTRN2

Maple Airbrush very quickly shipped the airbrush holder and it arrived in perfect condition. The added maple candy was a nice touch, too!
Going forward, I will only order from Maple Airbrush Supplies because of the customer service, pricing and great shipping

Nathalie (Esprit-Saint, CA)
Article indispensable

Article indispensable, lorsque nous avons plusieurs type d'aérographe, qualité supérieur et livraison rapide

Walt Dermott (Oakville, CA)
Sweet Service

Ordered a Iwata Air Bruch stand is was shipped the same day and I received it within a couple days. Outstanding service and great maple sweets :). Many thanks!

Jacques Hebert (Québec, CA)
Iwata airbrush holder

Well, il is the difference between not knowing where to put your airbrush (and maybe dropping it ) when you mix your paint, and have peace of mind.