-Authored by Randi Sprintis
If you’re curious to know the difference between RDA’s and RTA’s, then it probably means you’re ready for customization. Congratulations on taking your vaping experience to the next level! When you’re ready for personalizing your own device to fit your vaping style, you know that you’re opening the door to a lot of information on different vaping avenues. For now, we’ll keep this as clear as possible to lay the groundwork for building your knowledge on these two types of atomizers. Below you’ll see basic definitions of each, how they’re used, and the main advantages and disadvantages of each one.
RDA stands for Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer. The main thing you need to know about this atomizer is that it’s tankless and you’ll be manually dripping your e-liquid onto the device. This type of atomizer will have positive and negative pins on the deck where you’ll connect your coil and wick. Once you soak the wick and coil in the flavored e-juice and cap it, you’re good to go! Most vapers will be attracted to RDA’s because of the flavor and cloud density it produces, but mainly the flavor. When you’re able to control the amount of liquid and receive a fresh drip of e-juice whenever you want, you’re experiencing the flavor the way it was meant to be experienced.
If you’ve built your RDA properly and you’re using it correctly, you’re completely eliminating any chance of a burnt or dried taste in the vapor. However, there are a few disadvantages of RDA’s. One is that they require skill and knowledge to build and a lot of people need practice, the right tools, and a lot of patience to build one. Also, RDA’s aren’t meant for those of us on the go. Since you’re constantly dripping the liquid onto the atomizer, RDA’s aren’t very mobile. They work best for vapers who do most of their vaping at home.
RTA stands for Rebuildable Tank Atomizer. The main difference between RDA’s and RTA’s is the fact that there’s a tank on RTA’s. This atomizer basically works in the same way the RDA does, but it includes a tank for storing the e-juice so you’re not constantly dripping the liquid onto the device. A lot of people who’ve reached this level of vaping are inclined to use both RDA’s and RTA’s. RTA’s are great for those vapers who are often on the go and want a similar flavor intensity and cloud density that the RDA produces, but also want the convenience of a tank.
While RTA’s and RDA’s are very similar, most experts will note that the RTA’s just don’t match RDA’s when it comes to the freshness and potency of the flavor. It’s a very close second, but not exactly a match. Also, since you’re dealing with an extra piece with this type of rebuildable atomizer, there’s a greater chance of facing potential issues. If they’re not cared for properly, tanks can easily break, crack, or leak e-juice. Overall, both atomizers are terrific avenues to capturing your ultimate personalized vaping experience.
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