Sign in to follow this  
wartatt

Needle runners ?

Recommended Posts

Hi has anyone seen or used a product called needle runners? They are getting some good reviews from some good artists.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

they look as if they only rival one of the functions of the rubberband, keeping the needle from moving in the tube, but looks like it would add more tension. To me the bands keep the bar in place, as well. I could be missing something though, but so far it looks like reinventing the wheel. would love to hear more.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

bought em ,bent needlebars snapping them on , they don't work well with disposable tubes , to fix splatter issues you have to break down your set-up ................keepin my rubber bands thank you!!

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.

Sign in to follow this  

  • Recent Posts

  • Last Sparrow Tattoo Sponsors

  • Instagram #LastSparrow

  • Recent Topics

  • Similar Content

    • By Lathena
      Lifetime warranty! Custom pedals come with 6 foot long cord, nonslip grip, and no switches to wear. $50 each or $25 each when 8 or more are ordered.
    • By jimbos cali irons
      I build Kustom tattoo armrests and tattoo workstations , 3 styles available rotor, tripod and a all aluminum travel model. All products are made in America using America materials and guaranteed for life... Instagram @therealcaliirons or give me a call at 951 533 4184
    • By Natveggie45
      Just was inquiring had anything like this happen or heard of it; hubby and I just had more tattoos done. Mine healed just fine with those products ( cream and foam). Hubby used them in the past just fine. But this time his lower arm is just a huge rash, quite painful. Thank God his tattoo did not discolor or anything ( fleur de lys and dagger). But the doctor thinks it is an allergic reaction to those products... Will take anywhere from 2 to 4 weeks to heal ( some of the sores were bleeding..). Just buyer beware..,,
    • By Lochlan
      So I know there are lots of myths out there for tattoo after care, so I would like to open up the discussion to what has worked for you? Every bodies chemistry is unique so lets hear it.......
      About three to four hours after getting tattooed I wash my new tattoo with warm water and soap then until it heals I use non-scented, no vitamins Eucerin Lotion. This is the equation that I have learned works best on my body after many attempts and this heals quickest.
    • By stevew
      Here are some of our Favorite Tattoo Websites. Check them out!
      SHOPS
      New York Adorned Tattoo Shop (NY, NY)
      Spotlight Tattoo (Hollywood, CA)
      Temple Tattoo Shop (Oakland, CA)
      Blackheart Tattoo Shop (San Francisco, CA)
      Elm Street Tattoo Shop (Dallas, TX)
      Jinx Proof Tattoo Shop (Washington DC)
      Perfection Tattoo Shop (Austin, TX)
      Inksmith & Rogers Tattoo Shops (Florida)
      Immaculate Tattoo Shop (Mesa, AZ)
      Goldrush Tattoo Shop (Costa Mesa, CA)
      Love Hate Tattoo Shop (Miami Beach, FL)
      Kings Avenue Tattoo Shop (Massapequa, NY)
      Frith Street Tattoo Shop (SoHo, London)
      The Family Business Tattoo Shop (London)
      Tattoo 13 Tattoo Shop (Oakland, CA)
      Ink Addiction Tattoo Shop (Verona, Italy)
      Horitaka, State of Grace Tattoo Shop (San Jose, CA)
      Chicago Tattoo Company (Chicago, IL)
      Three Kings Tattoo Shop (Brooklyn, NY)
      Smith Street Tattoo Parlor (Brooklyn, NY)
      Aloha Monkey Tattoo Shop (Burnsville, MN)
      Three Tides Tattoo (Japan)
      Two Roses Inc. Tattoo Shop (San Diego, CA)
      Lucky's Tattoo Parlor (San Diego, CA)
      Mark Mahoney's Shamrock Social Club (Hollywood, CA)
      Speakeasy Tattoo Shop (Toronto, Canada)
      Tattoo Paradise (Washington DC & Wheaton, MD)
      Conspiracy Inc. Tattoo Shop (Copenhagen, Denmark)
      ARTISTS
      Juan Puente Blog
      Juan Puente Website
      Thomas Hooper Blog
      Chris Garver Website
      Grime Website
      Tim Hendricks Website
      Luke Wessman Website
      Eddy Deutsche Website
      Nick Rodin Website
      Hector Fong Website
      Mister Cartoon
      Nick Colella Blog
      Julio Avila Blog
      Mario Desa Blog
      Bryan Burk Website
      Jill "Horiyuki" Bonny Website
      Jill "Horiyuki" Bonny Blog
      Chad Koeplinger Blog
      Valerie Vargas Blog
      Stewart Robson Blog
      Ross Nagle Blog
      Jeff Rassier Blog
      Jun Cha Blog
      Tim Lehi Blog
      Dan Higgs Blog
      Jondix Blog
      Blackheart Tattoo Blog
      Tomas Tomas Blog
      Kore Flatmo Website
      SUPPLIES
      Dringenberg Tattoo Company
      Lucky Supply
      Waverly Color Co.
      RANDOM
      Tattoo Elite International
      Anchor Screen Printing
      [/url]
      MAGAZINES
      Tattoo Artist Magazine