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    RDA and RTA recommendations pls...

    Ok so I want to dabble in rebuildables and am looking for some recommendations. Not looking to drop much money on these as I first want to see if these styles are for me...

    I'm primarily a mouth to lung vaper and not looking to build super sub-ohm or anything - I'm thinking I'll be somewhere between 0.5 to 1.5ohm.

    Looking for 22m diameter devices and the shorter the better (but with at least 3-4ml tank capacity for the RTA).

    For the RTA, I was looking at just getting a Subtank Mini as it is pretty highly rated. But I'm concerned about the airflow. I have a nautilus mini and if I can get airflow on the subtank similar to 3rd or 4th level on the naut mini then that will be fine. So any feedback regarding this would be great. Otherwise, I was just looking at getting a cheapy from fasttech to test but am overwhelmed with choice. Could anyone can recommend something they have used that that can be bought from fasttech?

    For the RDA, I'm not sure what to look for. I would like to get a decent cheapo RDA from fasttech so would appreciate any recommendations for this too.
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    Try the freakshow mini for rda, just don't over drip it or also look into the magma or hobo and my favorite of all drippers, the haze mini... and sorry don't have rta recommendations coz I dont use them.
    Last edited by IvanDOTJ; 18-06-15 at 12:51 AM.

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    get a subtank mini or a lemo 2.
    Airflow is good on the subtank its really airy on the biggest setting but pretty tight on the smallest.
    You can get both from FT.

    Derringer clones from FT are pretty good RDA's. depending on which one you choose read the reviews. There are about 1 million to choose from.
    They are only about 10 bucks.
    Last edited by arth_d; 18-06-15 at 12:55 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hani View Post
    For the RDA, I'm not sure what to look for. I would like to get a decent cheapo RDA from fasttech so would appreciate any recommendations for this too.
    if you want some cheap clones these are pretty good - airflow comes from the top so harder to leak

    https://www.fasttech.com/products/2084000

    also for a more conventional airflow

    https://www.fasttech.com/products/0/...da-rebuildable

    ps the lethal takes ages to ship - orders are backed up it seems

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    Whoa, that for the quick replies and the recommendations...

    I had seen the derringer before during a quick search and thought that it was a sweet looking RDA thats super compact.

    Do these work just as well if single or dual coiling?
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    I use it with a single and it works magnificently. Havnt tried a dual build but thats what they are made for.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hani View Post
    Whoa, that for the quick replies and the recommendations...

    I had seen the derringer before during a quick search and thought that it was a sweet looking RDA thats super compact.

    Do these work just as well if single or dual coiling?

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    I went for the derringer.

    Also, got a couple of related bits and pieces. Did I get it right? Missing anything that I need for rebuilding?

    As for the RTA, I'm probably just going to for the subtank mini. I'll get this elsewhere...
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    Do you have an ohm meter. Or something to check your ohms.

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    got an istick which can read atomiser resistance and a plethora of multimeters
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    Damn late night shopping...

    I just added a CTHULHU RTA to my FT order. Thought the sub tank was too mainstream and the CTHULHU was cheap and compact so ordered one

    Anyone have one and/or can comment on it?
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