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    Hello. I'm looking to get into the wonderful world of dripping. Heard great things about the flavor.

    Can someone recommend a good quality, RDA (rebuildable dripping atomizer), that is noob friendly (easy to make coils and wicks with), that is not too expensive?

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    I would suggest either the igo-l or the igo-w. The only difference between the two is the igo-w can be set up single or dual coil whereas the igo-l is set up with single coil.
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    IGO-L for sure. Inexpensive and lots of room to work. That's what I learned on and it's actually a nice dripper with a large capacity. I have three for comparing different configurations.

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    Thanks for the recommendations.
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    Another vote for the igo-l, i have 2 setup with ekowool 2mm and 2ohm coils, awesome vape

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    i really like the octopus, or squid, the optimus is a really great easy to use as well, but i would recommend the octopus, its very easy to rebuild and delivers a very good vape, and the price point is great i think you can find them for around $10

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    +1 for iGo-L. I actually learned on the iGo-W first. Then someone gave me a Squid. Surprisingly, I got it workin' on the first try with only a teeeeeeny bit of adjustment to fix a small hot spot.

    I did mine with some ekowool and 28 gauge kanthal, running 1.2 ohms.

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    This phoenix clone is a beast.

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    Been vaping on my first RDA for about 3 weeks now and I am in love! Did a fair amount of research and I ended up with the Phoenix Big Bully from gotvapes.com. I

    The space in which you have to work with is a bit more confined than the Igo-L but the holes in the center post are what ultimately sold me.

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    All good suggestions, I like the IGOs and the octopi (big and mini). Very simple to set up and use. I think the IGOs are better quality.
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