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Cheyenne tattoo machines stand for innovation, versatility and flawless quality. With the name HAWK, Cheyenne made tattoo history. The machines of the SOL series underline Cheyenne's innovative strength in the field of professional tattoo equipment. All Cheyenne tattoo machines are ergonomic, intuitive, long-lasting and reliable.

Cheyenne Tattoo Machines


CHEYENNE TATTOO MACHINES

Cheyenne tattoo machines have now reached can iconic status. Technological innovation and the highest quality make Cheyenne the trendsetter of the industry. Our tattoo machines are manufactured in Berlin in flawless, proven quality - Made in Germany. Whether the perfect tattoo machine for precise lining or large-area shading – Cheyenne produces tattoo machines for every purpose. Our powerful all-rounders, the tattoo pens - tattoo machines in the form of a pen, which fit perfectly in the hand and are suitable for any tattoo work – are particularly popular. Thanks to the ergonomic design, all Cheyenne tattoo machines are easy to cover and therefore hygienic and safe.
 

Tattoo machines of the HAWK family

The tattoo machines of the HAWK family are meanwhile the classics of the tattoo industry. In 2007 Cheyenne gave the rotary tattoo machine a new face and revolutionized the tattoo market for with the introduction of the HAWK. The significantly lower weight and hardly noticeable vibrations, compared to coil machines, allow long tattoo sessions with highest precision without fatigue.
 

Tattoo machines of the SOL family

The tattoo machines of the SOL series underline Cheyenne's innovative strength. They are equipped with high-quality BLDC engines and an optimally balanced drive mechanism. The result are durable and reliable tattoo machines that are particularly quiet and operate with less vibration. Our new engine technology works with an integrated controller, which is informed about every load change and regulates the available power. The result is a modern tattoo experience with constant hit and stitch frequency. We call it Steady Mode!