Digiflavor DROP RDA is the best RDA in 2017?

Hey, guys, in the end of 2017, we are going to talk about the hottest rda this year, but at first let’s watch two videos and get some ideas of what are the top 5 rda’s in Heathen and Vapingwithtwisted’s list.

Honorable mentions ( bottom air flow RDA ) from Heathen

Vandyvape BONZA RDA

Oumier Wasp Nano RDA

Top 3 RDA of Heathen

Wotofo Nudge RDA

Vandyvape Pulse 22 BF RDA

Digiflavor DROP RDA

Top 5 of VapingwithTwisted420

Wismec Guillotine RDA

Vandyvape Pulse 22 BF RDA


Goon version 1.5

Digiflavor DROP RDA


To sum up, digiflavor DROP is surely the top1 RDA this year, pulse 22 is the most affordable one.

Please remember that these are their opinions and are not the end all be all.

you may not agree with their choices and have your own thoughts, comment below, let me know your list.

Now, grab DROP, enjoy 20%off, use code:drop20, available date: 2017.12.22-2018.01.05 

Sub Ohm Innovations SZX Mini RDA Atomizer Review


Hellvape Dead Rabbit RDA Giveaway

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Dead Rabbit RDA is a 24mm rebuildable dripper atomizer from Hellvape. The top terminal four post build deck provides ample build space and takes the guesswork out of pre-cutting your coil leads. And adjustable top side diagonal airflow focuses on flavor and minimizes e-juice leaking. You can build either single or dual coil with it. The Dead Rabbit RDA also has a squonk pin so that you can use it with a squonk MOD.

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CoilArt DPRO RDA, Drip like a pro

CoilArt, DPRO RDA, Drip, pro Today we take a look at CoilArt’s new DPRO (short for Drip like a PRO) RDA. This 24 mm atomizer utilizes a postless design, and features a gold-plated build deck.

Side airflow is angled downwards through the extended channels, which creates a reduced inner chamber.

And even though it’s postless, the DPRO comes with a bottom feeding pin, so it can be used on squonk mods.

Currently available in three color finishes, with a further five on the way, the DPRO RDA is selling for around $30 online.

The kit even comes with a couple of fused nichrome Claptons cut to size.

Let’s take the DPRO for a spin and see how it performs!


2 x fused Clapton coils (Coilart Hand Made)


Extras: o-rings | 4 x extra grub screws | squonk pin | Allen wrench tool

Height: 31 mm (including drip tip) | 36 mm (including drip tip and 510 pin)

Diameter: 24 mm

Drip tip height: 8 mm

Inner drip tip diameter: 8 mm

Outer drip tip diameter: 17 mm

Dual adjustable side airflow

Airflow hole diameter: 3.8 mm x 3 mm

Build deck: 24K gold-plated postless

Four terminals at base of deck

Terminal dimensions: 2.5 mm x 1. 5 mm

Grub screw type: hex

Grub screw size: 3.2 mm x 2.8 mm

Juice well depth: 3 mm

Threading: 24K gold-plated adjustable 510 pin

PEEK insulator

Available colors/finishes: Black (anodized aluminum) | Stainless Steel | ULTEM | White | Red | Blue | Gold | Purple

We received three samples of the DPRO, and they come with the top cap in different materials.

The black edition features an anodized aluminum top cap. Stainless steel is as the name suggests.

The ULTEM version boasts a single piece of molded ULTEM as the top cap. The build deck, 510 and squonking pins are gold-plated throughout.

Everything on the build deck is gold-plated – even the inner sections of the deck under the PEEK insulator on the positive terminal.

Not surprisingly, this postless deck gives you a lot of space to work with. It has an inner diameter of 22 mm, with 12.3 mm space between the airflow ports for coil builds.

Those airflow ports extend 5 mm into the deck, which in combination with your build and plenty of cotton, should make for a significantly reduced inner chamber.

The terminals are 2.5 mm wide, but I’ve been able to chuck a stapled staggered fused Clapton build in there just fine.

Dual Coil

To start off, I used the N80 fused Clapton wires that came with the DPRO. They came to 0.17 ohm in a dual coil build.

Although the wire leads have been pre-cut, I find I get better results cutting a further 3 mm off the ends, for a total length of 9 mm.

The DPRO is very easy to build on – and in dual coil setup you don’t need to angle the coils much. I just gave them a slight nudge outwards.

The handmade CoilArt coils are a nice, thoughtful touch to the kit, especially with the complete specs included.

However, ours had some persistent hot spots that needed to be pinched and pulsed at increasing wattages to completely resolve.

Single Coil

At first I was pretty skeptical that the DPRO would work well as a single coil atty. Even a chunky build could feel pretty lonely on that wide deck.

I went with a 3mm ID stapled staggered fused Clapton from Runny Nose vapes, which came to 0.12 ohm.

Now although there is significantly more space between the airflow holes and the coils, this build works great.

It was also easy to install – I used two terminals diagonal to each other and then twisted the coil so it sits dead center.

One thing to note is that the amount of cotton is critical – you don’t want to skimp on it! I wick as much as I can get away with and then fluff it out so that the cottoncovers the sides of the deck.

You’ll want to keep the spaces under and around the cotton free though, so that air hits it properly.

For a postless RDA, the DPRO has a shallow deck – only 3 mm deep. This makes regular redripping a necessity. But it also comes with a bottom feeding pin, so you can squonk on this atty too. This is a great feature for a postless RDA!

The squonk pin can be installed with the same hex key that is used to grub screws in place.

However, the base extends a further 7 mm south of the deck, and that real estate is taken up by the coil terminals.

I can’t fault the construction of this atty, but more depth up top – or a higher lip – would have been nice.

As the airflow extenders are built into the deck itself, the DPRO RDA cleverly dispenses with the need for a moving AFC.

As mentioned, the airflow ports extend 5 mm inward from the outer rim of the deck. They’re an oval-shaped 3.8 mm x 3 mm in diameter, and are angled downwards.

Airflow hits the underside of the coils and bounces off the build deck.

The airflow is smooth, and non-turbulent. However, it’s not an airy draw – this is quite the restricted lung hit.

Also, it’s worth mentioning that this RDA is dual-airflow only – whether single or dual coil.

The top cap on all models of the DPRO is a single, elegant curved piece. The CoilArt logo and branding is etched into the outer surface on the black and stainless versions, while the ULTEM sample is plain.

The top cap is domed on the inside, and fits an 810 drip tip. There’s no 510-drip tip or adapter included, although you can fit an adapter in the opening.

One thing I really like about the top cap is the lack of any knurling. This is a simple, elegant solution that just works.

The wide bore drip tip is made from ULTEM, and bears the DPRO branding on the lip. For a wide bore tip, it’s on the thick side at 4.5 mm on the lip.

The 8-mm opening at the top tapers down to 6 mm at the base. This reduces spit back but doesn’t eliminate it.

It’s secured in place by a single, thicker silicon o-ring set into the top cap.

Whether I’m vaping on the DPRO in single-coil or dual-coil setups, my sweet spot has been 80 watts.

At this wattage, with resistance between 0.12 and 0.17, I get a warm, dense, extremely flavorful vape. I like to vape it with the airflow closed just shy of halfway.

One thing you really do notice, especially with more cotton, is the reduction in the chamber. Airflow is uniformly smooth, although wide open, the DPRO has a little bit of whistle to it.

I would classify the DPRO as ideal for restricted lung hits. Make no mistake, this RDA doesn’t give you masses of airflow. Its real strengths lie elsewhere.

I notice that while neither top cap gets hot, the ULTEM performs excellently.

My only real con on the DPRO is how often you have to redrip. That’s partly down to the shallow deck, but will also vary depending on how much wicking you use, and obviously the build and wattage.

Taking the standard, non-adjustable 510 out and installing the bottom feeding pin is straightforward.

I’ve enjoyed squonking on the DPRO, especially since when dripping, the tapering on the drip tip means e-liquid hits the rim just as often as the coils themselves. But squonk or not, you do have a shallow deck that needs feeding often.

TFV8 X-Baby by Smok, what does this count?

TFV8, X-Baby, Smok

A couple of years ago, someone from the SMOK team came up with the idea to create a powerful sub ohm tank, which could become a full-fledged replacement for the RDA.

Despite the fact that this idea was clearly not new, it was the SMOK that managed to do something that interested a wide audience of vamps.

Now I’m talking about TFV4, which you just could not help but hear.

Even considering how much powerful atomizers are on the market now, the owners of this tank are still satisfied with it. The line has continued and now we are dealing with TFV12 and many of its modifications.

About TFV8 the manufacturer also did not forget and introduced a new tank series – TFV8 X-Baby


Although, a new atomizer can only be called a stretch. As always, The Chinese changed a couple of moments and announced an absolutely new device.

Frankly, there are so many versions of this tank that I do not even want to understand what it is different for, so just consider what the manufacturer offers us.

So, as already mentioned, the basic idea of ​​the atomizer is preserved.

This, as before, is a fairly powerful device capable of providing the right amount of steam to an experienced user.

At the moment, the manufacturer speaks of two available types of evaporators – V8 Baby X Q2 (0.4 ohm 40 – 80W) and V8 Baby X M2 (0.25 ohm).

In addition, the description also indicates the rapid appearance of a serviced base. In addition, given the company’s policy, you can be sure that there will be a lot of options for evaporators.

A habitual practice with two variants of tanks is applied here. The user is offered a standard version and designed for the European market.

The capacity of the tanks is 4 and 2 ml respectively. Type of refilling is standard – we shift the top cover and fill the liquid.

The most obvious difference from earlier versions is the upper airflow instead of the usual lower one. Honestly, I do not quite understand what the engineers were guided by when they made this decision.

In my opinion, future buyers were much more interesting, if everything remained in place. But SMOK went after fashion and did it their way.

The user is offered a standard version and designed for the European market. The capacity of the tanks is 4 and 2 ml respectively.

Type of refilling is standard – we shift the top cover and fill the liquid. The most obvious difference from earlier versions is the upper airflow instead of the usual lower one.

Honestly, I do not quite understand what the engineers were guided by when they made this decision. In my opinion, future buyers were much more interesting, if everything remained in place. But SMOK went after fashion and did it their way.

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