Rose Tattoo Pen Kit

$79

Whether you're getting your first tattoo or your tenth, it's no fun to have an unpleasant experience on your first tattoo. That's why we designed the Rose Tattoo Pen that draws very fine and robust lines, making it easier to get a tattoo than with traditional tattooing machines. It is also easy to learn, so you can take full control and so it comes out perfectly just the way you envisioned it.

Our Rose Tattoo Pen is our most affordable machine, yet it still has all the features of other high-end machines. Made with aluminum alloy, it holds a wide range of needles and comes with an extra working voltage ranging from 5V to 11V. This is coupled with an impressive working speed of up to 9500 RPM and precision that allows you to perform as you understand best

Specification:

  • Stroke: 3.0 mm
  • Needle Protrusion: 0 - 4.5 mm
  • RCA cord connection
  • Start voltage: 5.5v
  • Operation voltage: 7-11v
  • Max operation voltage: 12v
  • Rpm range stitches/sec: 3500-9500 rpm
  • Machine Length: 117mm
  • Machine weight: 112g

    Rose Kit Includes:

    • Rose Tattoo Pen
    • 1pc RCA Cord
    • Tattoo Ink Set (7 colors)
    • 1pc Foot Pedal
    • 10pcs Ink Cups
    • 1pc Power Supply
    • 2pcs Disposable Gloves
    • 20pcs Tattoo Cartridges
    • 1pc Disposable Tattoo Bandage

    Frequently Asked Questions: 

    Can I adjust the needle for depth?

    Yes, you can! You just have to twist the lower half and, even though you may feel that it is unscrewing the machine, we promise that it still works as it should

    How do you insert the needle cartridge?

    Simply insert the cartridge into the designated spot and then rotate 45° clockwise to lock it. Tug on the cartridge to test its stability before using. If it doesn’t budge or come out of the machine altogether, then you're good to go

    What voltage should a tattoo machine work at?

    When doing line work, best practices indicate that you should run your machine at 7.5-8.5 Volts. When shading, 8-10 Volts is what most artists prefer.

    Is this autoclavable?

    For a good start in your tattoo career, your professional supplies should always include a range of needles, colored and monochromatic inks, multiple pen machines, stencil products, disposable products (such as gloves, ink cups, wraps/bandages) and a power supply. The right tattooing equipment can get you quickly started on your journey to creating beautiful works that will be sure to please your clientele.