Three years ago, the Iwata HP-TH2 airbrush was released as a limited Vault edition. Naturally, the promotional product was quickly sold out and disappeared from the market again. Now the device is experiencing a revival and will complement the Iwata range in the future in the area of large-area de- vices. Building a bridge between an airbrush and a mini paint gun, the unit sprays a variety of colors and paints, including candy and metallic paints, with a 0.6 mm nozzle. The air cap allows for a flat or round spray, and the built-in micro air control (MAC) valve provides dynamic, incremental control of air- flow without having to bother with the compressor. The flow cup with lid holds 150 ml, making it the largest among all Iwata airbrush units. The unit is powered by a conventional airbrush compressor, and is operated by a paint gun-like finger lever. Thanks to its slim, ergonomically shaped as well as structured and non-slip handle, it fits securely in the hand. For fatigue-free and consistent work, this is also equipped with a paint volume limiter.
The Iwata HP-TH2 is available soon at a suggested retail price of 409 USD.