Pirat Spiderweb Tattoo Machine Review

This is the Pirat Spiderweb, a coil tattoo machine that’s not designed for the faint-hearted.

A quirky spiderweb design can give a nice look to any tattoo shop. When practicality outperforms looks, we can also talk about an outstanding machine.


The Spiderweb tattoo machine comes from Pirat, a Polish tattoo machine manufacturer capable of distinguishing itself thanks to the handcrafted guns. Besides performance, these machines boast enhancing visuals that can drive up the curb appeal of your shop.

Spiderweb is such a tool thanks to the quirky design. Beauty apart, this machine is also performing. It works in the 4.5-6 voltage range and is explicitly developed for drawing lines.

So, to be clear on the voltage suggested range:

  • 4.5 to 6 volts if you are planning on doing lining.
  • 5 to 6 volts if you want to complete some shading or coloring works.

It can shade and color too, as long as you pick the Spiderweb shader.

Another great thing is the high speed this unit can reach with or without needles. Like most brands (such as Welker Tattoo Machines), Pirat states the speed without needles. In these conditions, it varies between 135 and 140Hz.

The gun is made of iron and weighs 5.99 ounces. Backed up by a three-year warranty, you’ll also be able to customize this machine fully.

Final Comments

Coming with three (3) types of coil covers (standard, transparent, and white) the Pirat Spiderweb is perfect for most tattoo shops.

It is relatively lightweight considering its size and material and is designed to either draw lines, shade and color.

Attention to detail is another thing you’ll notice. This machine is fully customizable, but it only comes in one color. Ideal either for your workshop or as a gift, the Pirat Spiderweb is also relatively cheap for its quality, a feature that makes it a significant investment.

Looking for some accessories or other tattoo machine with coils? Here are some options for you:



  • Brand: Pirat
  • Type: Coil (6 wraps)
  • Purpose: Lining, Shading, and Coloring
  • Voltage: 5v to 6v
  • Frame: Iron
  • Grip: 21mm
  • Stroke: 2.5mm
  • Weight: 5.99oz
  • Needle: Cartridge


Hi!, I'm Thomas, the driver of TMA. Tattoos are a way to express our thoughts, right? but how can we do it without the right tattoo machine? Thanks to my tattoo artist friends, I can transfer their point of view about their experiences in the industry.

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