We know the soul nova unlimited is one of the best tattoo machines on the market. But what really stands out is needle parlor’s customer service and the fact that you can call a real person and they give you real answers. They are kind and Pleasant to talk to. this by far is what sets them apart from anyone else.
My first pen machine was an EZ to see if I liked the style. I did so next was a Xion. I liked it but it worked too hard on my black and gray. I then got a Valhalla and i loved being able to switch stroke lengths on the fly, but even at the longest stroke, it wouldnt pack lines and color took forever. The Cheyenne 3.5 lines and packs like my Xion, but the B and G pieces have been healing well, too. Gotta love the wireless feature, ofcourse. The disposable 1" grips flexed too much and stopped holding cartridges. Gonna try the round ones. Shipping was very fast.
I know a thousand bones is a lot to take a gamble on. This machine is no gamble; it's the real deal. I absolutely LOVE the battery life (it's longer than advertised), and the mechanism to change voltage (holding down a button and tipping the machine at a specified angle). Best of all, being free of a wire is a game changer. I was doing a rib piece on a customer and saw a few lines that would be easier to pull from the other side. Rather than repositioning my customer, I literally walked over to the other side of him, pulled those few lines, and came back to my chair. That moment was straight magic.