Having a solid reputation in the tattoo industry, Solong Tattoo machines can speak for themselves when it comes to the quality of their products.
We have looked at our first coil machine so far, and while they may appear to be a little more intimidating than their quieter, rotary counterparts, there is a good reason why coil machines have become the industry standard over the years. I would like to point out that one of the disadvantages of coil machines for beginners is that they tend to be set up either as liners or shaders, so most professionals end up with at least two coil machines in their arsenal. There are larger kits that Solong offers that provide two and four machines if you love their product and want to upgrade to something bigger.
The machine is of high quality, and the coils are 10-wraps long so that the machine has ample punching power even when you use needles with a larger diameter. There is no doubt that the craftsmanship of this piece of machinery makes it a durable item, but what really sets this piece of equipment apart are all the extras that come with it.
Digital power supplies with LED displays, variable voltages, and foot pedals offer an artist with a high level of control over their creative process. As part of the kit, a total of fifty surgical grade needles are included that are of different sizes and arrangements, along with 14 inks that can be used to experiment with by a novice artist. Several rubber bands, grommets, and allen wrenches are provided for you in order to set up the machine and ensure that it runs smoothly for as long as you need it to, as well as ink caps and rubber gloves to ensure proper hygiene at all times.
In spite of the fact that the Solong tattoo kit may not be as versatile as rotary machines, it is still a great choice for the beginner who is dedicated to their pursuit of tattooing as a profession. It is important for anyone who wants to get into the coil industry to get familiar with coil machines, which is why this Solong machine is perfect for transforming from a starter’s first machine into a professional’s go-to machine on a day-to-day basis.