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CLEAROMIZER, RDA OR RTA: WHICH ONE IS FOR ME?

Differences between a clearomizer, RDA and RTA

1. Clearomizer – the easiest to use among the three. Simply fill with e-juice and vape. The new clearomizers allow users to sub-ohm vape, which last year was not even possible.

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The only con I see to clearos is it tends to be the priciest among the 3 because of the disposable atomizers. If you don’t mind having a vape budget dedicated to buying replaceable atomizers on the regular, then the clearomizer is definitely for you.

In a nutshell:

– easiest to use

– little vape knowledge needed

– pricey

2. Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer (RDA)

The vape enthusiast’s weapon of choice. This is the go to gadget for sub-ohm vapers. It produces the most vapor and gives the best flavor among the 3 when tweaked right. You save money with an RDA too, all you really need to buy are wire and cotton which both cost cheap and last a long time.

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The one thing RDA’s fall short of is juice capacity. One must be careful in dripping because too much will flood your RDA. If you like the idea of rebuilding, ohms, resistance and tweaking with things, then the RDA is for you.

In a nutshell:

– most vapor and flavor

– requires some vaping knowledge

– not as much juice capacity

3. Rebuildable Tank Atomizer (RTA)

If a clearomizer and an RDA had a baby, then that would be the RTA. Basically a tank that you can build coils on. It has the flavor and vapor production of an RDA, while being able to hold as much juice as a clearomizer.

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Again, if you don’t like coil wrapping, then stick to a clearomizer. I personally only use an RTA nowadays for the convenience.

In a nutshell:

– good vapor and flavor

– requires some vaping knowledge

– holds a lot of juice

 

From: http://mrlongdrag.com/2015/02/15/clearomizer-rda-or-rta-which-one-is-for-me/

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