I’ve used a bunch of different machines over the 18 years I’ve been tattooing. Before I started using NeoTat Machines I was pretty settled on what I was using. I thought I’d found the perfect tool for me. One day a friend asked me to try using his NeoTat to see how it stacked up against what I was currently using. I was blown away from the first moment. The ink seemed to go in effortlessly. It actually bummed me out a little. I was fully invested in the machines I’d been using and knew that those machines had come to their end for me. After that I’d use his machines whenever he wasn’t working. Soon I had to get some of my own. After that, I’ve never looked back.

I started with the 3.5 mm stroke. As far as I’m concerned, that may be the best all around tattoo machine. You can do anything with it, thick lines, thin lines, shade, pack color, ANYTHING!

Still I wanted to try out the other stroke lengths to see what they had to offer. I got the 2.5 mm stroke. I use this all the time for my thinner lines and I’ve also found it works well for black & gray shading.

Recently I got one of the 4.2 mm stroke machines. For me, this machine may give the 3.5 mm stroke machine a run for it’s money. It’s great for anything. I’m having a hard time picking a favorite.

I cannot say enough positive stuff about NeoTat Machines and the people who work and create there. Great People! Don’t just take my word for this either. I really only do one style of the many that there are in the tattoo world. Go check out all of the other Artists that use NeoTat Machines. You’ll see that any style can be done to it’s highest level using these machines.

Jason StephanArtistLoose Screw TattooRichmond, Virginia