The most prominent feature of this tattoo pen is the magnetic suction design of the battery pack, which makes the battery pack and the machine integrated. Tattoo artists can create tattoos anytime and anywhere without carrying additional equipment, just like a concealed weapon HIDDEN between the sleeves of a tattooist.
Motor Speed:12V/11000 Rpm
Support Working Time：10hours/Battery
Driving Mode：Direct Drive
Weight：181.2g with a power pack, Power weight: 68.6g
Suitability: Compatible with most tattoo needle cartridges on the market.
- Motor- The brushless motor perfectly maintains comfortable during long working hours
- Battery- Fast charge with last-long stable operation
- Type-C Charger- Rechargeable battery, which is convenient to charger by Type-C
- Removable power pack- portable and convenient for carrying work outgoing.
- Magnetic rotating joint.- Artists-friendly magnetic rotate,say bye to traditional rotary joint
His beats are very stable and great lines are waiting for you. It is also very successful in shadow and filling. Very stylish and high quality.
HIDDEN Wireless Tattoo Pen
Love it can wait to make some more here is some of the work done with the OG PRODUCE check the details And the lines
Honestly I’m impressed, I’ve owned a dragon hawk before I started professionally tattooing and If you’re gonna spend the money get this one instead. Even on the lowest setting which is 6V, this machine hits pretty hard so I recommend starting at 6 and working your way up if you’re new to tattooing & as you get more comfortable. This was the tattoo I did on myself to test this machine, fresh vs 3 months healed.
I just used this today.The motor ran with about the same level of noise as others I've used and had plenty of power. I ran liners and shaders and had no issues at all. The needle cartridge depth control is of the click grip type. There wasn't much backlash from click to click. All of the needle cartridges I used for testing fit well and weren't sloppy or too tight.
The body of the pen is thick enough for someone with thicker hands. It may be a bit too big for someone with small hands to handle comfortably for an extended amount of time. Overall I'm happy with the operation and quality of the design and machine work that went into making this. It doesn't look like an inexpensive produced item. It looks like some time and effort went into making it.