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Discussion in 'RDA' started by race44287, Feb 19, 2015.

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  1. samwest

    samwest Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 7, 2011
    Gainesville Texas
    The Dripper Pro By Leo.
     
  2. bmilcs

    bmilcs Super Member ECF Veteran


    Authentic? How much and where?
     
  3. jaxgator

    jaxgator Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 24, 2014
    Jacksonville, FL
    They are both great attys. The Hobo produces a little more vapor but they are both very flavorful imo. I like the short stature and simplicity of the Deringer more.
     
  4. ShakeNBake1199

    ShakeNBake1199 Full Member Verified Member

    Dec 19, 2014
    Maryland
    Sent you a link :)
     
  5. Brandon David

    Brandon David Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Currently, my veritas is the shiz. It will probably be something different in a week tho. Ha


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
     
  6. Kprthevapr

    Kprthevapr Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 1, 2015
    On the River, GA
    I have a derringer clone built at .32 with 26g I must admit it's one of the best attys on the market. Gonna buy 2 more as soon as they are in stock again.
     
  7. spaceman84

    spaceman84 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 17, 2013
    North Carolina
    My favorite has always been the Immortalizer, however, I'm terribly out of date. The last I looked at the RDA market was when the Orijen was relatively new and Trident style RDAs were popular. I don't know what's cutting edge these days.
     
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  8. 23skidoo

    23skidoo Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 21, 2013
    Southern CA
    Right now I'm really enjoying the Manta clone. The best design I've come across for leak resistance without needing to close anything and the flavor is on par with my Magma clone. Easy build 2 post design like the magma. Dual 28g coils at .5 ohms in both.
     
  9. ShakeNBake1199

    ShakeNBake1199 Full Member Verified Member

    Dec 19, 2014
    Maryland
    Just picked an Origen V3 so hoping this becomes one of my new favorites
     
  10. atroph

    atroph Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 23, 2014
    Chesapeake, VA
    For a beginner I always recommend the Magma. Easy to build on, has a deep well, and it is "game changing" in the flavor department.

    It is a cloud chucker? Not really but does really well IMO.

    It is not leaky if you don't overfill it and I have vaped it on a 45 min drive to and from work without needing to redrip. It needs to be held upright for the most part to keep the juice in the well. There is a 12ga needle fix that corrects the only "problem" that some experience with it leaking.

    I picked up my Tobeco clone at my local B&M for about $20 and it was worth every penny.

    I consider the Magma the beginners "standard" like the Patriot used to be. The Patriot was my first RDA and it is crap flavor wise as compared to the Magma. However my Patriot (with drilled holes) will spew large clouds but the flavor is weak...IMO
     
  11. Magic School Bus

    Magic School Bus Full Member

    Feb 22, 2015
    SLC,UT
    How is the magma compared to the marquis, Derringer or plume?
     
  12. GaG8tor

    GaG8tor Super Member ECF Veteran

    I just got an authentic Freakshow yesterday and I'm loving it. It's my first RDA and the guy at the shop walked me through building my coil. We built a 1.2 ohm with 28ga. kanthal and some Japanese cotton. I'm using it on my MVP at 15.5 watts and it is kicking.
     
  13. Gummy Bare

    Gummy Bare Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 2, 2012
    San Diego, California
    Didn't even know they made a v3. I loved the v1, the v2 is the genesis version of the v1. Looks pretty cool, but I'm not into genesis much anymore.

    What's the difference in the v3?
     
  14. eLefAdEr

    eLefAdEr Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 16, 2013
    Chapel Hill, NC, USA
    Another vote for the Origen v2. I own three clones, pretty sure all of them are Tobeco. The relatively small post holes limit builds to 27g wire and smaller, but since the design is better suited for flavor over clouds, doesn't really matter all that much -- haven't tried twisted coils in it yet but I'm optimistic that dual twisted 28g would fit. I just rewrapped one of them a few minutes ago, dual 8's with 27g at my preferred sweet spot of 0.50Ω. It really is a step above my half-dozen or so other atty's. The stock airholes aren't that big (think the biggest one of the three is 2mm on each side), but easily remedied by just removing the top cap for max airflow. And it even has a sweet Buck Rogers look to it with the top cap off.

    I should mention it has a medium to steep learning curve when it comes to coil building, but after a few attempts it should become easier. It's best suited for chimney style coils.

    I haven't tried a Magma yet but hear nothing but great things about it.
     
  15. piggy

    piggy Super Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 5, 2013
    New York
    I have a Nimbus clone from fasttech for more than a year and a half. The best $6.50 I ever spent. Great flavor, and vape production. It's built like a beast and parts fit and operate well. It's big enough for easy build even with my fat fingers. Heck, I just changed a coil and wick this morning in under4 minutes.
     
  16. ShakeNBake1199

    ShakeNBake1199 Full Member Verified Member

    Dec 19, 2014
    Maryland
    I think it's just a few subtle differences
    like a reduced dome chamber and you can pull the part of the top off to drop instead of having to pull the entire cap.
     
  17. msmith4512

    msmith4512 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 12, 2014
    New York, NY
    I think flavor is a function is of airflow hole size, chamber size, drip tip bore and length, and coil positioning relative to air holes. I can set up most of my RDAs to get very similar flavor and vapor performance, what makes me prefer one RDA over another is convenience of building, airflow adjustment, juice capacity, and leak resistance.

    The Magma is one of the easiest to build, but the airflow ring can slide around and the top cap is threaded, which can make re dripping a hassle. The Tobh is my all around favorite because it's easy to remove the top cap and the air flow large and the flavor is great when you place the coils right next to the air holes. The Derringer is my next favorite due to it's small size and intense small chamber flavor.

    The Marquis is a dream to build and is very leak resistant.
     
  18. Pushbutton

    Pushbutton Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 7, 2014
    Vienna, Austria
    I'd have to go with the Origen as well. My v2 clone was fantastic. Loved it so much that i went and sought out an authentic v3 which arrived today.
    Still on my first build so it is hard to say which one is better. My first impression was that the flavor on the v2 was a bit more dense, but it is too early to pass judgement.

    I'm also a fan of the Magma, but the Origen wins for me.
     
  19. defdock

    defdock Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 15, 2011
    Dark Forest
    i only have one, so by default its my favorite - a Dark Horse clone, thankfully gifted from some one very generous :)

    i run it on either my 20 or 30W istick. depending how i feel - either a 1.5 twisted 32G single coil(for use on the istick 20/30), or a dual coil .6 ohm 28G for the 30W
     
  20. WharfRat1976

    WharfRat1976 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 31, 2014
    Austin, Texas
    I agree, a great vape indeed:rickroll::rickroll:
     
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