Link RDA opinions?

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  1. Weizenheimer

    Weizenheimer Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I tried some searches, but I couldn't really find anyone talking about the actual performance\ease of building with this thing vs other RDAs.
     
  2. illspeed

    illspeed Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    The Link RDA is absolutely worth the money. Its one of the best RDA's i own and flavor is amazing. Nice dense vapor, not giant clouds, just good quality tasting clouds of vapor.
     
  3. Riverboat

    Riverboat Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I just received my Link RDA yesterday I haven't built a coil yet but the fit and finish are outstanding... It looks amazing on top of the ZNA..
     
  4. Weizenheimer

    Weizenheimer Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    HMM kinda debating between this or a Quasar with the adjustable 510 whenever I can get ahold of one. What kind of draw does it have? I like a tight draw if it isn't adjustable.
     
  5. illspeed

    illspeed Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    The link is definitely a tighter draw and is much more of a mouth to lung hit device.


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  6. Crazysinnester

    Crazysinnester Full Member Verified Member

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    I wish I could find a CE Link anywhere for sale lol
     
  7. Shaitaan

    Shaitaan Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I have one of each, and use both with approx 1.1 ohm micro coils and eko wool. very easy to build with as there is plenty of room to work with, for single or multiple coils, and 2 very nice juice wells... both work flawlessly, and other than using my empires w/ premium bridgeless 901's when I'm testing out different juices, the Links are the only RDA's I use daily.

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  8. joeaux

    joeaux Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    You just gotta keep rubbing that LDE in my face don't ya. :p
     
  9. Bodog

    Bodog Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Can Zen top caps fit on top of the RDA? Or can only the included top cap fit it?
     
  10. illspeed

    illspeed Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Nope, the zen caps do not fit on the link RDA


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  11. Bodog

    Bodog Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Hey all, just purchased a Link RDA and wanted to hear about what you guys drilled your holes out to? I think on my IGO-W i had it drilled out to 2mm? I cant quiet recall. I know everybody says its your preference but i really want to get this right and would love to hear any advice. Thank you.
     
  12. Weizenheimer

    Weizenheimer Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    My advice, start small, test thoroughly, increase slightly if desired, test thoroughly, repeat as needed ;)
     
  13. GemCutter

    GemCutter Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Agreed, I've never gone too small redrilling but I've sure gone too large... Much harder to fix, lol.
     
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