What is an RDA Vape?
RDA is an acronym for rebuildable dripping atomizer. In an RDA, users build their own coils and install the wire themselves. To vape the eliquid, it is dripped onto the cotton and wire. The vapor is drawn directly up through the mouthpiece, or drip tip.
RDA’s are made to use with a Mod. These are thought to be the pinnacle of vaping experiences.
Differences in RBA, RDA and RTA and How to Choose the Right One
* RBA vs RDA: RDAs are types of RBAs in which eliquid is dripped onto the coils.
* RDA vs RTA: With an RDA, the eliquid is manually dripped onto the coils and wicks. An RTA uses eliquid from a storage tank. A typical RTA holds five milliliters of eliquid compared to the three to five puffs that an RDA will supply.
* RDTA vs RDA: RDTAs work like RDAs with a storage tank. There is no dripping, but the performance is similar to the RDA.
* RTA vs RDTA: RTAs and RDTAs are rebuildable tanks. RTAs, however, characteristically have the deck under the atomizer and use a chimney and bell system. RDTAs usually have an open deck on top of the tank where the wicks are positioned.
Choosing the right system for you depends solely on personal preferences. Do you vape a lot? Will carrying around a drip tank bother you? Would you prefer something with a tank or storage pot? Choosing the right RBA for you is all about what you need and like in your vaping experience.