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Poquito RDA
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Poquito RDA
Paul? Any thoughts on this one?
21-10-2016 11:03 PM
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RE: Poquito RDA
Not familiar with it. Sorry.

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22-10-2016 12:38 AM
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RE: Poquito RDA
It looks just like the Big Dripper's build deck, minus the tank on top. Made by the same people, so I'll speak from my experience with the Big Dripper. I own two of them, it was the only atty I used for quite a while. Honestly, it's not the easiest deck to build on with those posts being down below the edge of the deck, so you have to build your coils above the deck and then push them down in, which is not a lot of fun with wicking. And the airflow comes in from the side so you have to be careful to keep the wick out of the way and not overdrip. The good thing about the Big Dripper is that it has a tank on top, so you just push on the drip tip and it drips juice onto the wick, so it's basically a tank crossed with an RDA, aka the first good RDTA (the 3D existed before, but it was shit). I put up with the not-so-great build deck because it was the only decent dual coil atty that I could use while driving without dripping/wrecking. 
22-10-2016 01:55 AM
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