Discussion in 'APV and Mods Discussion' started by i2dv2da2dn, Jun 13, 2013.
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Richman Rebuildable Atomizer rba
I want one so bad but no.
Wow! That is one sexy RBA.
Just got mine in the mail yesterday. It's a very nice RBA wish the wick hole was bigger but I just used one of the threaded hole for my larger X116 ceramic wick.
Good to vape Donald Trumps tears.... wait a second, he never cries...
How's the Richman working with the X116? I got my Richman yesterday and have been using it with mesh with very nice results. I have some X116 coming in in a few days. Would welcome any tips and tricks on using X116 in it (or, if possible, a pic of your build). Thanks!
Also - the finish is about a perfect match for a Legacy!
The X116 is working just as it does with my AGA-T and RSST tank I just had to use one of the threaded holes for the larger x116 wick I have.
I plan to try and bore out the wick hole a little to see if I can get the x116 to fit. Other than that I like the look and feel just modding the finish to match my other equipment.
I'm a big fan of Richard, and his RBA. These are coming from the same factory that produces the AGA line of RBAs (same packaging, re-branded for RichMan), and use the same basic design, but are of much higher quality. The steel is higher grade, the deck layout is slightly different, and the hardware (nut/bolts/o-rings) are all of much better quality.
These are well worth the price. I've had one with my at the office every since getting a few of them....easily one of my current favorites, and a top performer in my collection for sure.
As I said in the Richman thread, it's an updated Aga-T2 but the upgrades are worth it.
So it's not a zen, cobra or ac9 but it's a lot nicer and more user friendly than an AGA, which is the problem I have always had with AGA's.
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