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Tattoo Armrest

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  1. Solid Armrest

    Posted by Dabe on 18th Feb 2017

    $100 gets you a solid & versatile armrest
    Shipped in 3-4 days. Good Quality pad as well. The needlejig stitching in it is a nice touch as well.

  2. Best armreswe have ever used.

    Posted by Audacious Ink Tattoo Studio on 19th Apr 2015

    We have used many of the top line armrest but this is perfect. The 90% & the ball joint make it very easy to place in any position without anything getting in the way. Making it very easy for us with bad backs more comfortable.

  3. Doesn't fit for all uses.

    Posted by Ben Kelly on 25th Jun 2014

    As arm rests go, this arm rest is really hobbled by two key aspects of its construction. The resting surface is off-set from the base, which is a plus is certain circumstances, but most of the time it creates an off-balanced surface which can cause the unit to tilt while you're working.

    The biggest issue is the limited angle the head permits the resting surface to pivot. On the unit I received, (which looks like it has a different tightening mechanism than the one pictured) the head only pivots 30 degrees which makes it impossible to really secure the upper arm. A major bummer it you're trying to work the shoulder.

    As an extension for your table, it's great but that's not what I typically use my arm rest for.

  4. Needlejig Armrest

    Posted by Rev.Matthew T. Cooper aka Hashbrowns of Love on 9th May 2013

    pretty happy with this armrest. sturdy, durable, def dig the ball joint on it and also it has a nice solid base. not too heavy but it's not going to fall apart either. I've had many armrests over the years form cheap pieces of crap to high end custom welded models. this one's pretty sweet and the price is nice too!
    Rev. Matthew T. Cooper
    Nemesis Tattoo Studios, Iowa City, IA

  5. Arm rest review

    Posted by Erik Hilliker on 22nd Mar 2013

    While fairly stable, I wish that the ball joint was more solid. Also, the tilt could be deeper.

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Product Description

Tattoo Armrest

This is a real sturdy and quite a versatile armrest. It adjusts up, down towards and away from you and has a great swivel feature that allows countless angles of incline.

This arm rest is not too heavy but it's not going to fall apart either, we went with a high density plastic knob for the high adjustment, because people have a tendency to over tighten things and they will strip the thread quickly with a metal tightening mechanism. We also wanted to keep the price under a $100.

It has a thick foam padding for comfort during sessions. The surface is non-porous and easy to clean and the broad five leg base gives you the stability that you need to get the job done.      

Product dimensions:

Armrest pad: Length 15" Width  6.75"
Adjustable Height:  28" -  41"
Full 3" thick high-density foam cushioning