LVSGcompany reached out to me through my Facebook page asking if I could review their new product, the Lynnsanity RDA. After going through it and using it for a while, I was totally blown away with how advanced and creative vape manufacturers are getting.
Why? Well, I’ve never vaped on something like this before. What really stands out with this RDA for me is the twin turbine feature which draws vapor in like a jet engine!
What? They have twin turbines in RDA’s now? Yes they do! I thought this was new technology until I found out that the Turbo V2 RDA was the first to put a turbine in their RDA, but the Lynnsanity took it a step further by adding one more. The result, an insane little fog machine.
Another worthy mention about this rebuildable dripper is the square, wide bore drip tip. I think it looks cool and has a nice feel to the lips.
It’s lightweight but does not feel flimsy. It is easy to take apart, without the o-rings being on too tight or the edges being too sharp. This has been a concern for me when it comes to RDA’s, fortunately this isn’t a problem for the Lynnsanity.
A look under the hood shows a square positive post while the negative post is machined to the base to prevent the posts from spinning while building. I like the center post because the hole is big enough to fit 2 wires without the wires overlapping each other, something I have trouble with when doing dual coil builds. The juice well makes it hold more juice than usual.
The twin turbine in the Lynnsanity is awesome. Not only was I able to draw in more vapor, but the turbines helped cool down the vape as well. I could do 5 or 6 second pulls with this and not worry about running out of air or getting that burning vape sensation on my tongue.
For all the doubting Thomas’ out there, here’s a video pairing off the Turbo RDA (one turbine) and the Lynnsanity RDA (twin turbine). Watch and see the difference!
So what are the downsides of the Lynnsanity RDA? I would say it isn’t an RDA made for casual vapers. It’s bigger than your usual dripping atomizer, and the drip tip can feel a little awkward to those who aren’t used to wide bore tips.
It comes with airflow control, but the Lynnsanity was really made for airy pulls. I feel like you don’t get the full vaping experience with tight airholes on here.
Nope, the Lynnsanity RDA was made for those types of vapers who are all about clouds. You’ve seen the video, and it pretty much speaks for itself.
I wish I had more info to give you guys like the price and all, but I can direct you to their Facebook page so you can inquire. They also have a shop in San Jose, CA for all the California readers.
I would like to thank LVSGcompany once again for this great product, it really does deliver and I hope a lot of you out there find this RDA to be the cloud chasing dripper that a lot of you have been looking for. I would also like to thank them for that delicious Honey-Moo and Milk Tea Boba they hooked me up, it was really good. Please check them out.