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RDA RDA Recommendations?

Discussion in 'RDA' started by NetteG, Mar 6, 2016.

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  1. NetteG

    NetteG Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 22, 2012
    NE
    Hello all -

    I am looking for a recommendation for a RDA that will work with a provari 2.5. Basically, what my husband and I are wanting to do is have something similar to an RTA but for juice testing. We were using cartos for testing, however, I got ahold of a couple juices that tasted completely different in a carto to my Kayfun. I figured the best way to do so is either go with an RDA that way if I didn't like it, I could just burn it off and go on to the next flavor.

    I would prefer a single coil build, if possible. And like I said, I am not looking to sub-ohm because I will be using it on a ProVari 2.5.

    Recommendations?

    Thanks all and I look forward to what everyone has to say.

    NetteG
     
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    Pushbutton Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 7, 2014
    Vienna, Austria
    For juice testing you could go with something as simple as an igo-w, made by UD.

    It's small, fairly shallow juice well, and has rather good flavor. Can be found authentic in the 5-10 dollar range.
    The draw on it is very tight by default, but can easily be drilled out to match a kayfun style draw.

    Another option could be the Igo-L. It's ancient but plenty of people still use it for flavor testing.
     
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