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#1 (permalink)      7/12/2013 8:30:44 PM   + tips
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What is the difference between RDA and RBA?
What is the difference between RDA and RBA? I'm still confused. Who can tell me, please? Thanks
#2 (permalink)      7/12/2013 8:57:31 PM   + tips
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RDA -> Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer (you directly drip e-liquid on the wick/coil, it only holds a few drops at a time, silica wick is mainly used on these) examples are Igo-l, phoenix, nimbus, v5 etc.


RBA -> Rebuildable Atomizer (these ones have a tank that holds e-liquid and are mainly used with vertical stainless steel mesh wick) examples are Cobra, did, ZAP, AGA-T, Ody, Ithaca, RSST, etc.
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Thank you , you are my saviour!
#4 (permalink)      8/27/2013 5:37:12 PM   + tips
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I am a newb to the vaping scene. I have started a review channel on youtube. I am starting small with juices and batteries n such. But i am wanting to know. u did explain the RDA and RBA. So what would a kanger evod or mt3 or t3 be considered?
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Evods, MT3, T3, etc.. are clearomizers. I would suggest that you learn more a bit more about the vaping scene in general (such as basic terminology) before starting to do reviews as if you don't have enough experience to know what things are how can you expect to do proper reviews? Not trying to be harsh (sometimes I come across more harsh than intended) but a quality reviewer needs to know and understand how and what things are expected to do by the intended audience in order to judge how well they perform. In short, reviewers are usually expected to be somewhat of an "expert", or at least quite knowledgable in their field to some extent.

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Thanks superWiz for clearing it all up.

Edited on 9/12/2013 at 9:32 PM. Reason:
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#7 (permalink)      12/20/2013 10:13:51 AM   + tips
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right.
#8 (permalink)      1/26/2014 12:07:57 AM   + tips
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Glad to see the vape elites have come out of their "nerdury".....A review is an opinion that can come from any perspective. Be it a newbie or a vaping macguyver. I can appreciate all perspectives and welcome a discussion that includes everyone. Cloud chasing is a fun hobby and also dangerous. You elitist should try harder not to put off or discourage new to the game vapist. Wonder why nobody likes nerds?
I build at .2-.5 ohms safely but still enjoy chatting with people about vaping who are content with clears at 2.3 ohms. Keep reviewing!
#9 (permalink)      2/13/2014 8:03:25 PM   + tips
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This product is listed as a https://www.fasttech.com/products/1391102 a RDA WITH 1.5 ml tank.
So is this a mistake in the ad.

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Mark