"I use Sunbeam plastic one. Brilliant and cheap and doesn't leak oil, I don't like the metal ones as they change the temperature of what you are making quite rapidly especially working on small scales like I do."
"I use two -- for smaller batches (about a quart) a Cuisinart 400w stainless steel model with detachable head; it's been an amazing workhorse, going on 2 years now. For larger batches (up to a gallon) we use a Waring model...…"
"I have three badger 250s. I love them. I have 2 other brushes that cost $80 plus, and the Badger is still my first choice. You can get them for about $14 if you have a Michaels 40% off coupon. If not, $25 and it comes with an extra jar"
"The Badger 250 is a great little starter airbrush. When you get into more serious airbrushing - gotta love the Fuji gravity feed units - they let you splatter beautifully and there is much less aerosol…"
"I have used the Badger 250 and recently pickup up a quick-change set from Harbor Freight. For under $10, I have the airbrush, hoses and 5 jars and 5 quick-change lids. The bottles interchange with the Badger bottles. It is nice to be able to leave…"