Tattoo Shop Reviews Equaliser Proton MX Tattoo Machine (KWADRON) | Review, Setup & Unboxing

We unbox, set-up and review the Equaliser Proton MX tattoo machine from KWADRON and talk you through its features.

The Equaliser Proton is a pen-shaped rotary tattoo machine that is compatible with all cartridge types.

Made by KWADRON, the Proton is reliable, quiet to operate and lightweight, with a high-quality anodised aluminium housing.

You can order the Equaliser Proton from Killer Ink Tattoo here:

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Hey guys, Liam from Killer Ink here, and today I’m going to be showing you the Equaliser Proton.

The Equaliser Proton is a pen-style rotary that is made by the popular brand KWADRON.

So, let’s get right into it…

As with other pen-style rotaries, the Equaliser Proton is a cartridge-dedicated machine that will run cartridges from all the major brands.

To demonstrate how it runs, we’ll be using KWADRON’s own cartridges, along with the company’s Nemesis Power Supply and Hexagon Foot Switch.

The Proton is powered by a 5W motor and features an RCA connection over here.

It’s advanced gear system makes it a very quiet and reliable machine. You’ll notice the complete lack of vibration when we run the machine…

The Equaliser Proton has a stroke length of 3.5mm and needle depth from zero to 4.5mm.

The frame is made from anodised aluminium of the highest quality, making it lightweight at just 130 grams.

We also offer separate 25mm aluminium grips for your Proton, so you can use these while your other one is in the autoclave.

The Equaliser Proton is available in five colours: Black, Red, Mocca, Silver, and Army Green, and can be ordered from Killer Ink via the link in the description below.

So, what do you think of the Equaliser Proton? Will it be your next pen-style machine? Let us know in the comments and don’t forget to hit that like button and subscribe to our YouTube channel!