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Aztek A470 Airbrush Question

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Getting back into the hobby after a ~5 year hiatus and I seem to have misplaced my hose for my Aztek A470.

 

Does anyone know what size air hose couples with the A470? I tried searching for the hoses online, but I can't find any distributors that really stock Aztek/Testors supplies anymore. Did they also go belly up? ūüėě

 

TIA!

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Unfortunately Aztek airbrushes were dropped about a year ago kaput

Ken

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8 hours ago, KenM said:

Unfortunately Aztek airbrushes were dropped about a year ago kaput

Ken


Not totally true, I think DuPont picked them up. It is no longer Testers. At least that is who I think picked them up, certainly harder to find.

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Okay hadn't heard about that.

Ken

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Gawd i love that sweet wooden smell every time i open up my Aztek box. So they are no longer being made huh? I`m sure there will be quite a few listed on ebay for years to come. Testors, true to their word sent me a brand new airbrush after i used the lifetime warranty on this product, but only after i returned the old one. I always wanted the metal one, but to be honest the Aztek is a good backup airbrush, never was my primary air tool. They are maybe an even bigger asset for artists. I`ve tried shooting a little on canvas with water based paints and this is where it really shines.

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I used the metal Aztek one for about a year when I first started out, and to be frank, there are many superior airbrushes out there nowadays that are easier to use and clean.  I don't miss my metal Aztek one bit.

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