Russian manufacturer Vlad Blad offers some of the most eclectic, high-quality tattoo equipment on the market. Their tattoo machines come in all configurations to meet the needs of varied artists around the globe.
If you’re a fan of the Vlad Blad Seawolf tattoo machine, you can can expect an upgraded performance with the Vlad Blad Avenger. Designed using feedback from artists who favor the Seawolf, the Avenger is a hybrid tattoo machine that is perfect for multi-purpose tattooing.
The robust Vlad Blad Avenger Tattoo Machine features an upgraded SuperJaws® tube vise; enjoy the benefits of a slot and guillotine that make needle bar attachment a total breeze. The tube clamps without breaking disposable plastic grips, saving you a lot of grief, money, and resources. Additionally, this hybrid-style machine makes switching between standard and cartridge needles super convenient with no readjustment necessary.
This machine also features a newly designed motor with two Japanese-made bearings, a reinforced brush component, and powerful neodymium magnets. Designed using careful analyses of problems with popular motors on the market, you can rest assured this motor is unlikely to become disabled or worn over time.
Starting from 2.5v and working on a range from 3v up to 10v, this hybrid machine is capable of operating at very low revolutions. Its versatility gives you plenty of freedom to realize your creative vision.
- Machine Weight: 120g
- Stroke Length: 3.6mm
- Can push up to a 50 Mag (maximum)
- Input Voltage: 3v–10v
- Compatible with any cartridge needles
- Works with Cheyenne Hawk adjustable grips
- Ideal for line work, color packing, and shading
- RCA connection
- Tomato soup design
Working Voltage Range Recommendations:
Thin Outlines: 4v-7.5v
Thick Outlines: 5v-9v
Black & Grey: 4.5v-7.5v
Color Realism: 6.5v-9v
Color Packing: 4v-9v
Whip Shading: 4-9v
Your Avenger Hybrid Tattoo Machine has a 25-year warranty on the frame, coils, armature bar and capacitor. It has a one year warranty on the spring, vise screw, contact screw, binding posts, the motor cover, and frame coating (with the exception of the vise screw area). Please contact the manufacturer if you experience any problems with your machine.