Original Hummingbird® Rotary Tattoo Machine
Hummingbird general Swiss motor available for this machine
We do not use any other motors for Hummingbird tattoo machines
The Hummingbird series rotary tattoo machines have been tested under the condition of working for 24 hours continuously. Absolutely durable in use. Best of the best.
This machine has adjustable dampening controlled by a dial on the top of the machine. For harder work (lining or color packing), turn the knob on top of the machine clockwise. For softer work (shading), turn the knob counterclockwise. This machine is capable of hitting very softly compared to the best conventional coil shading machines.
- Only need 5 seconds to turn it from a liner to a shader without the need of touching the power supply.
- The needle retainer keep's your needle perfectly stabilized and has no need for rubber bands.
- Improved tube vice locking system for the grips.
- Please connect this tattoo machine to a power supply with an RCA cord
- Built-in with a Hummingbird general Swiss motor, absolutely durable.
Product type Rotary tattoo machine
Recommended use Shader & Liner
Recommended voltage 4-6V DC. (5V for long hours)
Motor normal Swiss
Weight 90 g (exclude package box)
The recommended working voltage for Hummingbird tattoo machines is 4-6 V
Please do not apply high volt to this machine in case damage to the motor
Two motors available for Hummingbird tattoo machines
The Hummingbird is a rotary tattoo machine with an array of advanced features. At a glance, the first thing you notice is that the machine is composed of two main parts.
Part 1: Machine Body
Part 2: Motor Bolt
This system detaches from the machine body with a simple quarter turn. Only one motor bolt is required to power several machine bodies as the system was designed to be interchangeable.
This feature gives the artist the flexibility to switch between machine bodies faster and easier than plugging and unplugging conventional clip cords.
Motor bolt systems can be bagged along with your RCA cord helping to prevent cross-contamination. Motor bolts can be sanitized after every tattoo with the sanitizer of choice. (Make sure to avoid spraying directly or pouring fluids inside the motor, as it will damage it and void the warranty)