- Atom power supply and adapter
- Changes colors at different voltages
- Compatible with all coil and rotary machines
- Push/rotary control turn on/off output and to change voltage (no pedal required to run)
- Dimensions 1 3/4″ height 2 7/8 diameter 6.4oz weight
- Maintained or momentary foot pedal modes Color Indicates voltage (range 1.5 to 17)
- Comprehensive 2 year manufactures warranty
- 4.7 stars out of 5
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When you walk into a hair salon to get a style or cut, you sit down and the first thing you notice is the stylist’s station. I often wonder how they work in such a little space with a little counter and one drawer to store all their necessary equipment. You’ll see them fumbling through their station to find something like a pair of scissors and you can see the look on their face wishing they had more room.
A tattoo artist is no different. A lot of artists rent their station and there are more than one artist in the studio. They have a small station to work in and keeping things organized can be quite the task. I’ll ask my artist friends how they make it work, and most will say that it takes getting used to.
The work place for the artist is sacred to them. It’s a piece of them, and let me tell you I’ve seen some pretty cool stations. You really can get to know an artist by their station. My artist is huge into gaming and star wars and his wall is loaded with Star Wars action figures.
When you’re in the chair and watching your artist fumbling around to find what they’re looking for, you see that same look as the hair stylist on their face, needing more room. One thing that can take up some room on your artist’s counter is their power supply machine. You will usually see this square box sitting on their counter which supplies the power to their machine to ink you.
I came across this neat little machine that’s really going to change things for the artist’s station. So as always grab a beverage of choice while I have my fresh cup of coffee and let’s chat about this neat little power supply.
Critical Tattoo New Atom Power Supply– Move Over Big Square Box and Make Room.
This little guy is changing the way an artists station looks. By adding this power supply machine, the artist is making a lot of room on their work station for other supplies they will need preventing them from having to look for what they need in the middle of a tattoo sess
New Atom Power Supply Features
This little power supply has some pretty neat features. We’ll start with the push on and off switch feature which makes it very easy and quick to turn on and off. That same button is used to dial in your voltage and what’s really cool is that it lights up and changes to different colors for each voltage. It comes with a graph so you’ll be able to learn what color is what voltage.
Very lightweight and small as you can see by the dimensions. You could almost put it in your pocket and carry it around. It comes with a power adapter and has a jack to plug in your pedal if you prefer using one. On the bottom you will find magnets with suction cups. With the magnets, you can put it anywhere that’s metal. The suction cup feature allows for no slipping on non-metal surfaces.
There’s Always A Downside
The down sides to this little power house. As with all your tattoo equipment you put plastic around it, and with doing so can make it a little harder to work the dial for voltage settings. This fault can be easily worked around. Wrapping it can also lose the suction cup feature, but many artists lay the plastic over top and tape it down.
You’ll have to watch where you hang it, if that’s what you prefer because it can be hard to open drawers if the cords are in the way. If you’re someone who likes to keep your equipment looking brand new, the high polished finish can get scratched. You may also read the reviews which reveals only one bad one.
Today tattoo artists are very busy from one client to the next and this little machine delivers all you need to help keep your station neat and organized. I hope you enjoyed our conversion on the Critical Tattoo New Atom Power Supply and I hope you will return for future conversations.
As always never hesitate to leave a thought or comment.
Rock your Journey,