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RDA with bottom airflow?
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RE: RDA with bottom airflow?
Magma is damn fine, but there were issues in production and they have sent out a lot of shitty unfinished drippers to a lot of people.  I was lucky to get one without any issues, but just be aware if you decide to go for one.

The only other bottom air drippers I know are the Octopus and the Scar, which are honestly a bag of crap.  Tight draw, leaky, annoying.  Only thing to do with them is block off the air hole and drill em out, but that goes against what you are looking for.
15-04-2014 08:19 PM
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RE: RDA with bottom airflow?
(15-04-2014 08:19 PM)thejewk Wrote:  The only other bottom air drippers I know are the Octopus and the Scar, which are honestly a bag of crap.  Tight draw, leaky, annoying.  Only thing to do with them is block off the air hole and drill em out, but that goes against what you are looking for.

I did exactly that with my Scar Big Grin still don't use it much though lol
15-04-2014 08:35 PM
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RE: RDA with bottom airflow?
Guess the Scar and Octopus would be good for a bottom feeder mod then lol

I saw that when I was looking. Crooked posts, machining burrs left. I was willing to deal with it, but my wallet was not. I will wait for them to be old news and pick one up second hand maybe. 


Welcome to the forum BTW! Saw your box mod thread, but havent had a chance to read through it yet. 

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15-04-2014 09:38 PM
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Cheers pulsar
15-04-2014 11:59 PM
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RE: RDA with bottom airflow?
(28-03-2014 01:26 AM)Pulsar Wrote:  Only one I know about is the Magma RDA, and I am not ready to shell out for that...

Anyone know of a budget RDA with dual air channels that go to the bottom of the coil? I am close to buying an Aqua, real close, but the look of it kills all of the great things about it to me
Have you seen the KFL with the dual airflow? It IS a clone, but I gotta try one to see if the AF is better.

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27-09-2014 11:24 AM
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RE: RDA with bottom airflow?
I feel that if the air hole is at the bottom, the air and come in and out and fully fill the tank, then the burning could be better.
10-10-2014 06:28 AM
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