3 months, that’s how long I have had my current set-up at. I just realized how long it has been when I started growing tired of vaping. This usually is a cue for me to switch it up.
Two things I wanted, an RDA and an RSST tank. I like big vapor, but I also wanted something that enhanced the flavor of the juice I was using. Finally, I wanted my next purchase to not be a “clone.” I came across two items that fit my requirements which I instantly fell in love with. The reviews were good so I was serious on buying one, and if possible, both!
Upon further research, I discovered that buying them both would not be possible (for the present moment). Although both of them perform well, they each had their cons. One costs more than most mods on the market, and the other has a “tight draw” issue.
This is going to be my first rebuildable tank if ever. Build looks a bit complicated, but so did all of this to me as well once upon a time. Big tank, fits 10ml of juice. Fits flush on 26650 mods and is a dual coil. Already I am liking the specs. When I checked the price, I was even more surprised. $36.99 for an original tank, I was sold at that point. Then I watched this review by Suck My Mod below:
I can see how the tight draw is a turn off for some people. I do like lung hits and airy draws. Still, I’m open to switching up my vaping and trying something new.
I love dripping atomizers. I really don’t mind having to drip every now and then. If I could find an RDA that could hold more juice, produced good vapor but at the same time enhanced the flavor, then I don’t see why a rebuildable tank would be necessary anymore. It’s similar with the Fogger in which the engineering is a little different, but this is what keeps vaping exciting for me. It’s also Rip’s current favorite RDA. Watch how he does 35 straight hits without a single dry hit!
But, $120 is a lot of money. I’m really torn between the two. Weighing the pros and cons between the two.
Which one would you get? Leave a comment below.