I just got my new eBrush last week. I ordered it from HSN. With something this pricy, it is the only way I can get these things since I can make payments. The good things about this machine is it is light weight, and quiet compared to my air compressor(which are 2 reasons I never use it after 15 years. I bought it back when I could still work and on sale) It is easy to use. Mine came with all the different marker attachments that are available and 3 of the Spectrum Noir markers. The only one I can't use is for the prisma color markers. I don't know if they have changed the size to a smaller one since I got my markers or if the attachment is wrong. I would highly recommend using Tombow markers to start with. I didn't and now I have to get several refills for my Copics, but I really played hard ;) Isn't that a pretty picture? Yea, nice clean new machine....it isn't any more. LOL Ok, the bad stuff. It is hard to change the tips. They are hard to get off and on, so be prepared to fuss with it at first. Each of the tips is marked with the initials of the brand they go to but it is only embossed on the tip and hard to see. I have thought of maybe rubbing the area with bees wax to see if that works. The other thing is the trigger looks flimsy and is made of plastic (which all of it is actually) but with as difficult as it is to remove the tips, I am extra careful to not be man handling the trigger area when I am twisting the tips off. All in all, it is a fun product and I can see myself using it allot. It is not as expensive as a real air brush and compressor and much easier on the hands than the squishy bulb thingy. I have one of those that I got when I first started stamping and now Tim Holtz has brought those back. Those hurt my hands after a few seconds. Hahaha, I just realized that it is 6 am and once again I am making a late night chatty post. Maybe I should always blog in the middle of the night.
This one is the Tombow piece. I finally decided to not suck the rest of my more expensive markers dry.