Cheyenne Capillary Cartridges | Review, Setup & Unboxing

Hey guys, Liam from Killer Ink here
and today I’m going to be showing you
the Cheyenne Capillary Cartridges.
Cheyenne cartridges are some of the
most widely-used in the industry
and the German manufacturer has now
taken the evolution of its carts one step further.
So let’s take a closer look…
These Capillary Cartridges have all the qualities
that you have come to expect from Cheyenne
while offering tattoo artists a new
and improved working experience.
Inside the tip of the cartridge are
capillaries with ink reservoirs
which allow them take in and hold
more tattoo ink than conventional carts.
The result is an ink flow that lasts up to 10 times longer than
usual before you need to dip them back into your ink cap.
Colour mixing in the cartridge is still guaranteed and
they are also easy to clean out with water between colours.
In addition, Cheyenne’s Capillary Cartridges offer improved
needle guidance for ultra-precise work in any direction
thanks in part to the colourless, transparent tips. 
The Capillary Cartridges ensure that tattoo ink
is evenly distributed on all individual needles
even in large magnum configurations.
This results in better tattooing results
and less trauma to the skin
as surfaces are filled consistently, reliably and more quickly.
As with other Cheyenne cartridges, the Capillary 
versions feature an internal safety membrane

/> that will protect your tattoo machine and client by
stopping any fluids moving up and down the tip.
The Capillary carts feature long taper needles and are compatible
with grips and machines that accept Cheyenne-type cartridges.
They come in one of three configurations:
Liner, Magnum, and Soft-Edge Magnum
each with a different coloured cap for
easy identification of the needle configuration.
We offer the Liner versions in 03, 05 and 07 needle sizes
with diameters of either 0.25 or 0.30 millimetres
while the Magnums and Soft-Edge Magnums come with
needle sizes of 09, 13 and 15 with 0.35 millimetre diameters.
The Liner and Soft-Edge Magnum configurations
are also available with textured needles.
Made in Germany, the Cheyenne Capillary Cartridges
are available in boxes of 10 or 20
and can be ordered from Killer Ink
via the link in the description below.
So what do you think of Cheyenne’s Capillary Carts?
Will you be picking up a box or two for yourself?
Let us know in the comments below and don’t forget to
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