Reddit Reddit reviews Badger Air-Brush 10-Feet Company Braided Air Hose

We found 3 Reddit comments about Badger Air-Brush 10-Feet Company Braided Air Hose. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Badger Air-Brush 10-Feet Company Braided Air Hose
Connect the airbrush to the air compressor with this hoseIncludes 10-foot hoseAirbrush is not includedMade in USAProudly made in USA
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3 Reddit comments about Badger Air-Brush 10-Feet Company Braided Air Hose:

u/DanielIsCrunk · 1 pointr/Gunpla

I am just about to pull the trigger on an airbrush set and have one question.

I have settled on the Badger Patriot 105 and the Badger TC910 compressor, with a Badger hose. I am having a hard time discerning if I will need an adapter at the compressor end to hook the hose up. The hose I am looking at can be found here (

Any input from you all is appreciated, thanks!

u/rbt2032 · 1 pointr/Tau40K

I purchased this guy for $64.82. It was an Open Box unit on the Amazon Warehouse Deals. Literally, still shrink wrapped, just in a different box. No damage. Usually a $200-250 air compressor. I was given my first airbrush (my daily driver) as payment during a commission. It is a Badger Patriot 105. I was intimidated by it for over a year and then I decided to jump head first one day and honestly, I haven't looked back. Only regret was not starting sooner. Amazon has the Badger Patriot 105 on sale for $75. At the beginning of the year Badger Airbrush company ran a Happy 54th Birthday Sale and I picked up the Badger Renegade Krome for $54 haha. It retails for $200-250 but Amazon has it on sale for $102. I have yet to use this guy yet, but I am nearing the end of a project and I am going to give it a whirl in a couple weekends. The Airbrush hose for the badgers are listed as well.

My Compressor:

Alternative Compressor 1

Alternative Compressor 2

My 1st Airbrush

My 2nd Airbrush

Compressor Hose

With that being said, you can find deals ALL OVER THE just have to look for them. I am always scowering the web for the best deals possible haha. For the past 3 years I have been using a 5hp construction grade pancake compressor with a moisture trap. Let me tell you....I REGRET not upgrading to an airbrush compressor much sooner. The air is more consistent, you can fine tune the correct PSI and it is exponentially more quiet. I personally don't care about the tank feature, but that is a personal preference.

Hope this helps you all :D