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Not impressed. It's a dual post build deck with single screws using a clamp style wire connection. 22mm RDA that has a good sized build deck. It uses velocity style airflow from the bottom. Fairly deep juice well. It's the little things. First, I'm not a fan of clamp style wire connections. Holding the two coils in place while tightening down the screws is tedious. Second, they used philips head screws. Sloppy philips head screws. I could not find a bit that really fit the screws well. Third the posts are spaced quite far apart. Coupled with the clamp style posts, it was a real pain to get a seven wrap non-spaced coil in there without really long unmanageable leads. This might be much better with a flat would coil. The round wound claptons I used were a pain. Forth, the air slots in the outer shell were not milled smooth. They sheered off the O-Rings in a heart beat. I don't see this thing lasting long. Between the screw heads slipping and rounding and the O-rings sheering off, I think this is a soon to be thrown away RDA. Flavor and fog are fine. On par with something like the Tsunami. Kind of a shame. A little more attention to milling on the outer shell and some decent post screws and this would be a fine unit. The clamps I could live with.
So I want a dripper!! My sweet heart left his mutation x v2 here a couple of weeks,and I loved it!! My question is ,is that model I mentioned hard to build on? If you have reccomendating for something with a large build deck,I would love it,thanks!!