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Speed Revolution Styled RDA Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer
Speed Revolution Styled RDA Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer

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The quality of this is amazing. I almost can't believe we get such great quality so cheap. Don't bother with YFTK's more than double priced piece. This has it all Really easy to build with good taste. Not the best MTL vape ever but really good and satisfying vape in an awesome 316L, well cut atty. It has all the accessories you would ever want included in the package. My only issue is the airhole that is really-really tight. Of course that's by design and not the manufacturer's fault. I'd love to know who made this. I'd buy more of this manufacturer. The build quality and completeness of the set is really something to rave about. Those guys really set a paradigm for others to follow
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SXK NarDA Styled RDA Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer
SXK NarDA Styled RDA Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer

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PROS
- Build quality - Deep well - One of the best flavor drippers
CONS
- Spittback - It needs huge coils or dual
After months of use I came down to the conclusion that the excessive spitback is caused by condensation mostly. Liquid thickness does play an role here too It needs huge coils to perform well 3mm or more diameter. When you are using it on a mech with SS, don't go lower than 0.6ohm and don't want to go dual this can become an issue. I solved it by using a small pure silicon tube that closes one of the airflow slots and then place a 2.35mm coil as close as possible to the open airflow slot. It works really well For the condensation issues I developed the habit of blowing through the DT after vaping to force out all excess vapor. This helps reduce condensation produced spitback
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PROS
- Build quality - Performance - Build/airflow options - Flavour - Thick dense vapor
CONS
- It looks like a space age robo-dildo
I was skeptical at first, I wouldn't see a reason to get this since I already have 2 le magisters. That was until I tested it. Al thought a bit more fiddly than le magister it offer a better vaping experience IMHO, It may not have the resolution that le magister has but the flavor is much more intense and not as muted as with le magister. I really don't get why it wasn't such a bit hit. For me it offers a functional improvement
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PROS
- Flavour - Cheap
CONS
- O-ring insulator for 510 is not optimal - The plastic insulator for 510 is far too wide for the post screw and combined with the rubber o-ring may cause a slight short - bronze positive post - nylon positive post insulator (nut)
Ok this has being my main atty for months. I like a good dripper with deep well. For me it's the epitome of simplicity and ease of use. The only time I use a tank is when travelling as you can't drip and drive. The veritas is hands down one of the best drippers on the market even today. Personally I have no issues building it unless if I'm drunk. It's not the easiest but it's not as hard as they say Some improvements: - You may want to replace the bronze screw for steel - replace the nuts for steel as the ones that come with this will rust - Skip the aholes on ebay after you bitch at them and get some peek nuts from solidspot to replace the nylon nut, it's the cheapest you'll find. - I got some silicon tube and dressed the bottom of the screw with that. This made it fit snug and prevent gunk from building up in the threads of the screw. Be careful to cut it right before the air hole or it will block the airflow Eventually the rubber oring cracked in many places and was shorting all the time. The plastic insulator underneath it does not work as an insulator. It works as a spacer for the o-ring. When the o-ring snapped it was useless. You'll need replacement oring
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they weight next to nothing
CONS
they are unable to hold your wheel secured in place
They use nylon washers which makes it impossible to tighten efectively. Under heavy load the chain will drag the drive side of the wheel causing the wheel to release from that side and get blocked in the chainstay of the non-drive side and your bike will just stop abruptly. That is if you are lucky like me. You can imagine what may happen on a bad day in traffic, to you wheel, frame and you. I had my wheel freeze twice, in heavy traffic. The first time I thought it was my mistake. The second I knew.
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