Newly remastered after 6 years since its incarnation, this is the 2nd generation of the Mojobox! Now with more versatility and ease of hit adjustment throughout the tattoo. Plus it is more ergonomically sound, more reliable, and most of all, has more performance than its predecessor.
It is a punchy coil-like machine with the reliability and ergonomics of a rotary.
The focus of its design is to be more like a shader/packer that can also line well, whereas the Sidewinder is more of a liner that can shade. If you prefer more punch at a slower to medium speed, this is a great option.
Excellent for fine line, black and grey, color packing with any size mag. Can drive 14 liners, if you prefer to "set the needle into the skin" whereas the Sidewinder prefers to have the needle floated across the skin.
The Remastered Mojobox has a numbered upstroke wheel (same as the V3r) which allows for a wide range of versatility throughout the hit once in the 5.3 and up voltage ranges. The higher the number, the harder it will hit. However, please use common sense & not run it on high volts with a high setting on the upstroke wheel!
Please note! The machine is intended for standard needles. For cartridges, you may use a rubber band to negate the tension, though it won't perform as good as with a standard needle.
- Intended for standard needles
- More punch at a slower to medium speed
- Excellent for fine line, black and grey and color packing with any size mag
- Numbered upstroke wheel (same as the V3R)
- Typical operating range: 4-6 Volts
- 5.3 - 6 volts for lining and 4 - 5.5 volts for shading
- Weight: approx. 83 grams (2.95 oz) Featherweight Aluminum Version
For best possible performance and longevity please keep sterilants to a minimum. Barbacide is a good, non-corrosive sterilant to use if needed.
It is good practice to use the machine with minimal stops and starts, but let it rest for a minute every 15 minutes if it starts to get too warm (usually at higher volts with a longer upstroke setting).