We carry a range of tattoo kits ranging from simple starter Tattoo kits to complex professional Tattoo Kits. Our tattoo kits collection comprises of well thought out and well designed components. We provide a wealth of learning information together with these setups which are designed to educate the user. Please note that no book or dvd is a replacement for a real apprenticeship. The educational materials that are included with ourtattoo kits for saleare meant to provide a foundation for learning. Tattoo equipment kits are a cost effective means to immerse a prospective artist to gain an understanding and technical know how on the equipment used in tattooing. By gaining an understanding and getting a feel for how these tools work, one can make an educated decision on whether or not this is a proper career path for themselves. Our Tattoo kits have found homes in more than 50 countries worldwide. If you live abroad, contact us about international shipping, we ship to most locations worldwide.
Tattoo Gun Kits & Professional Tattoo Kits
The Tattoo kits we offer are sometimes mistakenly called tattoo gun kits. In general, the industry considers the term tattoo gun as a scratcher term and machine as the professional term. What we offer in our setups are well rounded equipment that is easy to learn with and more than capable of inking shop work. There are thousands of artists world wide that have used our machines as their starting point and still use them for their professional work. Gaining in popularity are therotary tattoo kits, we stock a good variety of rotary setups. The benefits include ease of tuning, consistent output and easy learning curve.
Tattoo Machine Kits & Tattoo Starter Kits
We Have a Hildbrandt and Inkstar tattoo kits for beginners. These beginner tattoo kits come with a fair amount of learning material designed to complement the gear to allow the new artist to train and learn. We have a variety ofcheap tattoo kitsthat are in the entry-level range. Tattoo starter kits are great starting points, but we cannot stress the point enough that to graduate onto skin work, an aspiring artist should seek out a proper apprenticeship. Taking this industry seriously is important for the public and the practitioner. Without proper training, the risk of scarring, infection and healing problems are very real. No aspiring newbie should even think about performing real skin work until they have undergone a proper apprenticeship with a reputable shop. We retain the right to not sell our products to persons we deem as unfit to purchase.