The Ins and Outs of an RDA
If you are reading this right now, you probably vape, know someone who does, or are trying to find information on all aspects of it to begin vaping, yourself. There are many specific terms to discuss when it comes to vaping, but these would fill books of information. In this article we will specifically discuss the ins and outs of an RDA.
What is an RDA?
An RDA is an acronym for the lengthier title, Rebuildable Drip Atomizer. It is then broken down into RDA and RTA. We've already stated what RDA stands for, but RTA stands for rebuildable tank atomizer.
The RTA is simply a tank system while the RDA is a drip system. With rebuildable vaping systems, you could create your own experience. This means you will be able to physically wrap your own coil, add it to your vape system, and then add your own wick to it. This is done so you customize the vape experience to your needs. It's the same as someone who smokes any other type of product, they have a wide array of flavors, strengths, glassware, etc.
Who Should Use RDAs?
The main benefit of rebuildables, whether it is a tank or a dripper system, is the ability to build your own coils to the resistance you prefer. In the earlier days of vaping, the only way to vape was with drop in coils bought at the store. This, however, gave users a sub-optimal vaping experience and the only way to get a high-quality experience was to build your own with an RTA or RDA. Now, the people who use, and should use RDAs are those who want a customized/tailored experience. With enough time vaping, one quickly finds out the preferred flavor, and coil resistance. If you're new to vaping and have never built and RDA, this would be the perfect way to begin your vaping habits.
People often ask if they can build and re-build their own RDAs, or if they need a professional. The answer is that with enough practice you can do anything, and an RDA is simple, but there are proper ways of doing it. These are the steps needed to create your RDA.
1) Get a tool kit of small pliers and screwdrivers
2) Build your deck case by choosing your coil
3) Wind the coil around the posts of the deck
4) Screw it tight
5) Add your wick (commonly organic Japanese cotton)
6) Add your casing
7) Start your drip session
Why Use RDAs?
As mentioned earlier, the main reason to use an RDA is for the customization option that is not available from disposable vaporizers. RDAs give you a superior flavor sensation as well as thicker clouds for better tricks. A great hack for using RDAs is taking out the wick to try out new flavors and then rebuilding it.
You don't need to be an expert to use RDAs, but you will have to experience and test the building and rebuilding process to get good at it and to experience all its awesome effects. Experiencing and testing with rebuildables is a great step to get you from beginner to expert. The vaping space is constantly improving and new technologies are being discovered, so don't hesitate to do your own research and stay updated with vaping news.
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