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RDA Youde Jakiro

Discussion in 'RDA' started by flippant, Jan 27, 2015.

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  1. flippant

    flippant Full Member

    Dec 14, 2014
    An Island
    Saw a good review of it on youtube, but only really came up with that one lone review. I'm tempted by that supposedly flavor-centric airflow and leak resistance, but it's tall and looks like the juice well is small.

    Anyone got any experience with it, as yet?

    Jakiro RDA by Youde Technologies
  2. Sicrano

    Sicrano Full Member

    Feb 25, 2015

    I have one and its a great dripper. The best of two worlds: flavor and clouds at the party. It's well build and it doesn't leak at all. For me thats an important issue. First clean dripper I have!
  3. State O' Flux

    State O' Flux Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 17, 2013
    Appearances are deceiving. The overall length is 34mm, so it's about 5-7mm taller than a conventional RDA, but... the inner cap and smaller build deck/juice well reduces the chamber net volume considerably... which improves both flavor and vapor warmth, while the net air flow maximum is actually on par with more common, high-flow direct alignment RDAs.

    The outer sleeve and cap are part anti-drip baffle, part inlet air flow pathway and part straight wall, 22mm OD styling element. The "Dual thermal-protective casing caps" function to direct cool, inlet air flow between the inner and outer outer caps, keeping metal temps nicely cool.

    You can actually vape it with just the inner cap in place (it functions more like a small chamber, conventional atty this way)... and just like any single wall RDA, it gets pretty warm with a low resistance build.

    You can, depending on your aesthetic (along with tools & ability), taper and radius the outer sleeve and cap... so it looks less like a hunk of 22mm SS bar stock, and more like a "normal" RDA. ;-)
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