The famous Eternal Ink now available at Tattoo Station!

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Tattoo Station are proud to announce we are now the New Zealand official distributors of Eternal Ink!

The highest quality ink available

Eternal ink was founded by Terry “Tramp” Welker in 1980, and is a leader in the tattoo industry.

Eternal’s focus has always been on the art of tattooing and finding continuously better ways to support tattoo artists in their efforts to design long-lasting, high-quality tattoos.

The brand has grown to include Eternal Tattoo Ink, Welker Brand Tattoo Machines, and a variety of tattoo supplies, including tattoo needles, tubes and grips, latex gloves, stencil and art supplies, tattoo videos and books, and other tools of the tattooing trade.

Benefits Of Eternal Ink

The rise of counterfeit tattoo ink has increased worldwide in recent years, making authentic, well-known and trusted ink even more important.

Eternal Ink has been a well-known brand of the highest quality for nearly 40 years.

Made from organic pigments, deionized water and hamamelis water, this bright coloured ink is free of animal by-products and is vegan.

Supplied in a medical grade sealed bottle, ensuring its longevity before and after opening, the ink pigments are regularly evaluated for testing and comply with all health and safety regulations.

Eternal Ink is not tested on animals, so there’s no guilty conscious tagging along with every purchase.

Tattoo Station can supply all your tattoo equipment needs

We offer the best selection of top-quality tattoo supplies at the most reasonable prices to the professional tattoo artists of New Zealand.

Eternal Ink are very picky about who they let sell their high-quality products. We are the official distributors in New Zealand given this privilege and we take it very seriously.

Contact us today if you’d like to order some of the finest tattoo ink at the cheapest prices, or head on over to our products page and take a look at the other tattoo supplies we have available.



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