Michelle

Tattoome Bulldog Liner for Sale

Recommended Posts

I'm selling my new, barely used Bulldog Liner from TattooMe! I've had it for two months but find it a bit too heavy for my girly hands, and after trying a machine one of the girls in my shop owns, I want to buy a lighter liner machine instead. I've tried getting used to it, but it doesn't feel right to me :)

Here's what it says on the website about the machine:

The specialist “Bulldog” tattoo machine is designed for the Old School professionals or those applying a dominant stroke in their art work 9-UP RL/RS. The equipment is characteristic for its specific dichotomy based on a large potential accompanied by low voltage operation (it reaches its optimal capacity at 6 V, whereas its full power is achieved at 7,5 V). Small in size, sturdy and soft to work with. Satisfaction guaranteed!•Brand TattooMe

•Model BullDog

•Coils 10-wraps 1''

•Finishing Black Matte

•Machine Tuning Strong Liner 9-UP RL/RS

•Warranty Lifetime Warranty

•Weight 230g

Price: £170 (postage depends on where you live..)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You can lighten it up by disassembling it and drilling some holes in the frame. Voila, re-assemble and you're good without buying a new machine. Try it!

I also am not sure you will sell that on this forum, no offense intended. I've never heard of this company before and they do not seem to be tattooers, thus making 2 strikes against them for myself and others. Good luck though.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

i'm no expert really(go figure...)but the bulldogs i've seen does not look like that at all. i'm thinking sailor jerry's machines when i hear bulldog...or a dog. a bulldog.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Closer to a recognizable Rogers frame, definitely. One that he based off of a Percy Waters frame. Bulldog should have a different shape to the back, more upright. Good eye.

I'll bet from a business sense using a key word like bulldog machine gets more hits than rogers or percy waters machine, or maybe they just don't know what they are making.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

these are pretty good machines and well known in europe. i know it doesn't look like a bulldog. not sure if some polish tattooers make them, but people like edek and davie blows seem to be associated with them.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.


  • Posts

    • Yeah, I have heard that as well. Tattoo laser removal definitely isn't something you'd want to do, I'd say it's one of the absolute last things you'd wanna do, actually. From what I've heard (no direct experience), the pain of the laser just doesn't compare to tattoo pain as it's on a whole 'nother level, it takes multiple sessions for the tattoo to really fade and because of how incredibly tough it is on your skin you need an interval of at least one month in-between sessions. That, and the thousands of dollars it can add up to...  My artist told me that she has advised customers to get one or two laser sessions done before cover-ups only a very few handful of times because of all the above cons to lasering, and even with them she suggested no more than one or two sessions just to extremely dark tattoos to lighten the slightest bit so it would be easier to then cover up - to get tattoo lines to fade "wholly" not infrequently takes years and like others already said, would still be visible anyway. 😅
    • I’m assuming. Definitely not an artist myself but I know scar tissue is permanent and once it’s there, there’s never erasing it. I’ve heard laser also hurts more than having the tattoo done itself sooo I’m not sure I’d personally be keen on that 😂
    • Thanks guys I’ll try to respond to this thread once it’s done 👍 (July 10th)
  • Last Sparrow Tattoo Sponsors

  • Topics

  • Blog Entries