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Defenderr Ruby



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Ruby is a powerful device able to win over every Permanent Makeup Artist. With 7 interchangeable eccentric modes designed to allow you to adjust your needle for any Permanent Makeup treatment, this is the most versatile Permanent Makeup machine currently available.

Ruby was created for Artists who never stand still in their development and are looking for machines capable of creating masterpieces – whether in PMU or body tattooing.

With the Ruby there are no more restrictions – in the hands of any PMU professional the Ruby will help you to master any technique. The Ruby is the number one choice whether you are looking to achieve airy pixels or the thinnest hairstrokes, larger shaded areas such as areola reconstruction or camoflague work, or intricate designs.

You no longer need to buy several machines to find the ideal needle stroke depending on the area of application and the selected technique, because finally one machine is enough – the Ruby.

Key Features:

  • Fully adjustable needle hangout with 7 in-built settings
  • No noise or vibration whilst working
  • Exclusive motor design, created to extend the functional possibilities
  • Impeccable handling & puncture accuracy

The design of the Defenderr Ruby prevents ink from flowing back into the machine and is fully demountable, with each individual part able to be serviced and repaired if necessary, and the twist-off holder allows the device to be sterilized by any of the known methods.

The Defenderr Ruby is compatible with all Defenderr Cartridges Sold seperately.


RUBY Specifications:

Adjustable Needle Hangout 2.4 mm, 2.7 mm, 3.0 mm,
3.3 mm, 3.6 mm, 3.9 mm,
4.2 mm
Motor Power 5W
Voltage 3.5 – 10V
Rotation Speed 8,000 rpm
Connector RCA (clip cord is included)
Length 118mm
Weight 165g
Rotational Speed 10,000 rpm
Colour Black
Warranty 1 year
Designed in the USA


Please note: All Defenderr handpieces must always be pointing downwards when turned on. Holding Defenderr handpieces with the needle end pointing upwards when turned on creates the risk of an inconsistent current or total failure. This will be detectable when tested.

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