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The end of an era... Bidding farewell to the Eikon ES300 Power Supply

The end of an era... Bidding farewell to the Eikon ES300 Power Supply

July 10, 2020   |   By The Eikon Team

All good things must come to an end, in this case, to make way for newer and better... With the launch of our new ES500 power supply, it was time to retire the ES300, and just last week the very last unit in our shop was sold....and shipped out to its forever home...

The ES300 power supply made its debut at the Calgary Tattoo and Arts Festival back in October of 2012. It was a fitting launch for a power supply that’s become known for putting in more time on the convention floor than Bob Tyrell (well, maybe). A big design departure from its popular predecessor the ES200, ES300 was an artist favourite right out of the gate, and we’re grateful to all of you who’ve shown this little unit love year after year.

We’d like to give ES300 the send-off it deserves, and you can help us out by sharing pics of your ES300 with the hashtag #MyES300.

By the way, although we’re no longer making this power supply model, we’ll continue to service these units for as long as they keep powering up, just as we do with all our Eikon products. ES300 rarely have issues, but in the off-chance you DO need support, don’t hesitate to reach out and we’ll take care of you. If you still want to get your hands on an ES300, some of our authorized dealers still have them in stock. You can check them out HERE and snap one up before they are gone for good.

The Eikon Team

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Eikon Device was started in 1994, working out of a small garage, manufacturing the first needle specifically designed to meet the needs of tattoo artists. That started an odyssey of research and development that has seen many advancements in tattoo equipment including four generations of Eikon meter/power supplies, the Tru-Spring Armature Bar system, Griffin Tubes, Hydra Needles, and Symbeos, Helix and Green Monster Machines.
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