I have to agree. The Duff one doesn't look that great. I would do some research. I started with a basic one with the aquarium pump compressor and now I have the Aztec that Roland Winbeckler uses. It came with a variety of cups and tips for different uses.
Don't get me wrong, the Duff airbrush doesn't have a lot of bells and whistles, but for the average home baker, it's a nifty little tool. It doesn't take up a lot of space, it's quiet and can do basic coverage and even some basic detail work. I was able to use it with basic airbrush color (that I purchased way cheaper at my local cake supply store) as well as pearl and metallic colors.
If you were going to use an airbrush a lot for major projects, I would probably invest in a stronger powered compressor and dual action gun, but this will get the job for a lot of people at a great price.[/quote]