The name “Trigger Happy” stands for a new, colorful tool that promises to provide an improved ability to operate an airbrush, or more concretely, a reduction of how tired hands and fingers can get while working, while also ensuring a clearly more precise level of lever control. In essence, these are retrofittable Trigger Happy grip sets consisting of a hand- le and lever attachment that can be added to an airbrush at any time. According to the manufacturer, Set A is suitable for use with Iwata Eclipse, Revolution, and Neo airbrushes as well as several Paasche models while Set B is intended for Iwata High Performance, Hi-Line, and Micron as well as for Master and Rich Pen devices. When testing, our editorial staff made use of Set A, which we found out works also well with Harder & Steenbeck airbrushes.
The attachments are simple and attached within just a few seconds, encasing the components very securely. The lever attachment is also rotatable so as to adjust accordingly with the angle of your finger, thus allowing a longer level path when adjusting the paint amount, made possible by the clear incre-
ase in the height of the lever. You can use the components together or also individually. The thumb comfortably contacts the finger support which can be turned so as to make it possible for left-handers to make optimal use of the unit as well. You can equip flow and suction systems. It’s also no problem to place the airbrush in an airbrush holder. It only takes a short moment until you got used to your Trigger Happy unit. For a number of devices, it may seem rather surprising that they can now spray in an even finer manner than before. The Trigger Happy components are made of polyurethane rubber, which will make it a lot more pleasant to work with this air- brush, even for people with allergies.
Trigger Happy Sets A or B each include 9 different color hues and thus, provide the airbrush with an optical highlight. Both sets can be acquired directly at the manufacturer’s website at a price of 20 USD each.