The Vladdin Slide Pod Kit Review

I know, I know…. I don’t review pods! Well normally I wouldn’t review a pod device but this company contacted me many months ago and asked if I would review something. I didn’t hear anything else for ages, and then a few weeks ago they contacted me and told me they had dispatched the Slide, so…. we’ll give this a go.

Huge thanks to Vladdin for sending this over, lets have a look 


Vladdin Slide Specs:

Size82mm x 45.8mm x 20.2mm
Pod Capacity 2ml
Maximum Output 12W
Maximum Voltage 3.45V
Battery Type Single built-in 103030 battery
Battery Capacity 1000mAh
Material Aluminum Alloy & Plastic

In The Box:

1 x VLADDIN Slide device    
1 x VLADDIN Slide Pod (0.8Ω mesh coil Pre-installed)
1 x 1.2Ω Regular coil (Spare)  
1 x USB cable
1 x User’s manual          
1 x Warranty card

Initial Impressions on the Vladdin Slide Pod Kit

It comes beautifully boxed, with a lift up, hinged kind of lid to the box, and everything is nestled inside with little pull tabs so you can get the pod and device out easily. I have broken nails before now trying to get devices out of boxes when they are rammed in so tight, yes its great that the device is properly protected for transporting, but when you need a hammer and chisel to remove it from that packaging that can be a little annoying 


So the tabs do help massively with removing the Slide from the box, and oh my goodness this is the cutest little device ever! It reminds me of all those big box mods you’ve seen with the resin side panels, but just in mini! The resin only covers the slide door, and the rest of device is I’m thinking aluminum or some kind of alloy. I actually thought it was plastic but if you tap it on your teeth (which I normally do to find out if something is plastic or metal) then to me it has that metal kind of sound to it. Yup, should have just read the specs… Aluminum Alloy.

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Eleaf iStick T80 Kit Review

Huge thanks to Eleaf for sending out the iStick T80 Kit with Pesso tank for me to try out. I like iSticks, I’ve always liked them, and the good thing about purchasing something from Eleaf is that you know you’re going to get a quality product. These folks have been in the vape business for an awful long time, and it does seem that with each new device they release they do tend to get it right first time!

So lets have a closer look at the iStick T80 kit with Pesso Tank…

iStick T80 kit specs

36mm x 28mm x 130mm Size
3000mAh Battery capacity
1-80W Wattage
2ml / 5ml E-liquid capacity
0.05Ω-3Ω Resistance range

In The Box

1 x iStick T80
1 x Pesso Tank
1 x EF 0.3ohm Coil
1 x EF-M 0.6ohm Coil (Pre-installed)
1 x USB Type-C Cable
2 x User Manuals
1 x Warranty Card

iStick T80 Kit Initial Impressions

The iStick T80 kit comes very well packaged in a strong cardboard box, which is great for anything coming through the postal system these days! (say no more) On opening the box I was over the moon to see I got a silver iStick, and it looks impressive, quite sleek and not bulky in the slightest.

The iStick itself has small branding around the bottom, Eleaf on one side and iStick T80 on the other, it’s not in your face and to be honest with it being white on silver, if you weren’t looking for it you wouldn’t really notice it. I know lots of people really don’t like the branding to be ‘in your face’ and this really isn’t.

The iStick is oval shaped, and fits perfectly into the hand, it has the chrome coloured top and bottom plates, and a black strip down one side where you will find the screen and the buttons. The iStick has a springy 510 pin, so you are going to be able to pop a favourite tank on there if you don’t fancy using the Pesso that comes in the kit.

As for the Pesso tank, personally, I think it looks a little too chunky for the mod! But it does fit without any overhang. Because I’m in the UK I got the 2ml version (yay for EU regs!) but there is a bubble glass available for those not in the EU that takes the Pesso tank up to 5ml.

Istick T80 mod features:

Battery – So the iStick T80 is a built in battery mod, and that battery is 3000mAh, so you should get plenty of run time from it. It has a max output of 80w, hence the name T80. The iStick can be fast charged in as little as 90 minutes, but this of course will depend on the speed of your charger. The charging port can be found just under the adjustment buttons on the screen section of the mod, so you can stand it up while its charging. It is a USB type C charging port and you do get the correct lead in the box. Another bonus is that you can vape it while it’s charging.

Buttons – The buttons on the iStick T80 are silver, with the main fire button being slightly raised from the screen and oval in shape, it’s actually a perfect fire button in my eyes. Easy to find, and perfectly positioned to press no matter how you decide to hold the mod, or which hand you hold it in 


The adjustment buttons can be found underneath the screen, small round buttons again slightly raised, not too small that they become fiddly. The only problem I can see is if you wanted to adjust settings while the T80 is charging as the lead would be in the way, not a huge problem and really just me nit picking (cos the T80 is actually not far from perfect!)

Screen & Menu – Tip the mod on the side to read the screen, you have battery icon, ohms, volts and puff count in smaller digits, and then your watts or temp in larger digits over to the right hand side.

The menu is in the classic Eleaf style, press up and the fire button to enter the menu where you can access stealth mode, change some of the screen display options, check the version etc. And 3 clicks on the fire button will take you into the mode options where you can choose from VW, Ti, Ni, bypass, and memory settings. So it’s all fairly simple and easy to navigate.

You get the normal array of safety features on the iStick T80, protections for over charge, over discharge, over current, over 10s vape, and short circuit. And the best point for me you can lock those adjustment buttons by pressing up and down together. This means you can throw the T80 in your pocket and the wattage isn’t going to alter without you knowing! Thank you Eleaf! 


The Pesso Tank Features

Airflow – So airflow on the Pesso is very impressive, ranging from one tiny airflow hole, to a gaping chasm! You can alter the Pesso to suit your vaping style perfectly. Wide open really is super airy, and the smallest hole is perfect for those that prefer a very restricted draw. Airflow is altered by twisting the collar around the bottom of the tank.

Filling – The Pesso tank has built in child safety features for filling, an arrow on the side tells you which direction the top cap needs to be pushed to open the tank for filling, but you will also need to press the small button on the side while pushing, and this unlocks the cap. The filling hole is covered by a silicone seal, there is a slit in this that you push the nozzle through but if you’re using chunky bottles you will want to remove the mouthpiece before filling, as the bottle won’t fit side by side with the mouthpiece in place. Make sure to fill slowly, and even though I do fill slowly for some annoying reason I still tend to get liquid pushing back up through the seal when the tank is almost full, so you may want to stop filling a little before the tank is completely full.

Changing the Coil – So the Pesso tank comes with some great safety features, and changing the coil is no different. Remove the base of the tank, and you will see the coil still inside the tank, this just pulls out, and as you pull it out some kind of magic happens inside the tank to seal it! This means no liquid spillage! When you push the new coil in, this opens the the tank back up and allows liquid back in to the coil, clever eh!

Prime The Coil! Always make sure to prime any new coils before popping them in, just drip some liquid onto the cotton that you can see through the liquid inlet holes around the coil (and for extra measures I normally squeeze a little onto the cotton inside the coil too) pop the coil into the tank and give it a couple of minutes to fully saturate the wick. This will save your first vape on a new coil tasting like a burning kleenex!

How does the iStick T80 and Pesso Tank Perform

Its fab! To be honest I wouldn’t expect any less from Eleaf, they really have perfected the art of vaping these days.

I’m using the 0.6ohm coil rated at 8 – 35w, and I have been using it at around 32w, and the flavour and vapour is just what you would expect from Eleaf… pretty damn good! Obviously the lower you drop the wattage the less vapour you get, but use it on its max allowed 35w and you can blow some pretty decent clouds.  One thing worth a mention is that you will need to run a couple of tanks of liquid through the coil before the flavour really kicks in and you start to taste all of the flavour notes that are in the liquid.

I haven’t had chance to use the 0.3ohm coil yet (for the simple fact I’m enjoying the 0.6ohm at the moment) but I think I can guess that it’s going to be great.

The iStick T80 works flawlessly, no misfires, no power adjusting (because the buttons lock!) It really is a little power house. 


Final Thoughts on The iStick T80 Kit with Pesso Tank.

I think it’s great, I love how comfy it is to hold, after months of using chunky box mods this little thing is a pure delight to have in my hand. Downside I guess is that I can’t swap out the battery, but for a kit mod that’s a small price to pay.

It looks good, it has a timeless kind of classy look to it, that would still look good 2 or 3 years down the line.
It vapes well, and feels great and I think this is going to suit brand new vapers, and well established vapers alike.

Will the iStick T80 kit be retired to the shelf? – Of course once I have used the coils that come with the kit I won’t purchase more as I tend to use RTA’s, so the Pesso tank will either sit on the shelf, or I may hand it to someone who likes using stock coils. The iStick T80 however will certainly have a place for daily use, it’s going to be a great little mod for out and about and trips into town.

Ceekays Shack Score

I honestly don’t need to knock any points off the score for this kit, it does what it should and that deserves a fantastic 5/5


If you fancy a great little starter kit, the head over to the official Eleaf site and check out the iStick T80 kit for $52.92, or you can check your local vape store.

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Dovpo M VV II – Reviewed

Just want to say huge thanks to our sponsor for sending out this Dovpo M VV-II mod, a simple mod in the very simplest of terms! It doesn’t get much more basic than this…. Let’s see what it has to offer.

Dovpo M VV-II Specs:

Size: 91 * 53 * 27mm
Material: Zinc alloy+ PC
Battery: 2*18650 High-drain Batteries
Operating Voltage: 6.4V-8.4V
Output Voltage: 1.0V-8.0V
Resistance: 0.08Ω-3.5Ω
Thread Connection: 510
Low voltage Protection
Overheat Protection
Overtime Vaping Warning 
Battery-reversal Protection

In The Box:

1 * M VV II 2 Device
1 * USB Type-C Cable
1 * Instruction Manual

Dovpo M VV-II Initial Impressions

So the Dovpo M VV mark 2 comes pretty well packaged, not the strongest packaging I’ve seen but it’s enough to protect the contents inside. You have a clear plastic window that allows you to see the mod before you take the lid off, so you don’t get that initial excitement of opening the box to see what’s in there…

The Dovpo M VV-II… well I like it. It kind of reminds me a little bit with the artwork of the Asvape Michael mod (only this is more plastic) It has that Tattoo kind of vibe to it. I really do like the design, its a devil, or demon or something like that, lots of swirls and maybe vapour going on around the outside of the head, and the whole thing is black and white apart from red lips! The design is called  ‘Hannya’ and according to WIKI –

The Hannya (般若) mask is a mask used in Noh theater, representing a jealous female demon. It possesses two sharp bull-like horns, metallic eyes, and a leering mouth.

It doesn’t look very female to me! 

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Hugo Vapor Rader Eco 200W Box Mod – Review

Massive thanks to our sponsor for sending out the Hugo Vapor Rader Eco for me to have a play with. The Rader Eco is a dual battery, 200W box mod, and it comes in all kinds of outrageous colours! Let’s have a look…

Hugo Vapor Rader Eco Specs:

Size – 42 x 40 x 84mm
Material – Zinc Alloly+ABS+Stainles steel
Wattage Range – 1.0-200W
Voltage Range – 6.2-8.4V
Output Ampere – 50A(Max)
Resistance – 0.06-3.0ohm
Charging Amperes – 2A(Max)
Screen – 0.96-inch OLED
Modes – VW/VV/Bypass/Curve Heating
Battery – 2x 18650 cell (Not included)
Thread – 510 spring load

In The Box:

1x Rader ECO MOD (no cell)
1x USB cable
1x User Manual
1x Warranty Card
1x Battery Warning Card

The Rader Eco Mod Initial Impressions

The Rader Eco comes well packaged in a black box, with one accessory, a charging cable, and that’s it. When I opened the box it was like someone pulled back the clouds and there was the sun… Yup! I got the yellow one, Oh boy! Oh but it’s not just yellow, its yellow with black speckles. It’s like a cross between a speckled bird egg and Spongebob! 

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HellVape & Suck My Mod – Passage RDA Review

Giving a huge thanks and shout-out to for sending out the Hellvape & Suck My Mod ‘Passage’ RDA. Strange name for an RDA you’re thinking! It is, but it’s due to the airflow configuration on this RDA, yes it has ‘holes’ but those holes are divided up and grouped into 3 slots – passages. It’s kinda weird…. but it works!

Hellvape Passage Specs:

Diameter: 24mm
Coil Type: dual Coils
Drip Tip: 810 Drip Tip
Thread: 510
Color: Blue, Purple, Matte Black, Full Black, 7-color, Gunmetal, SS, Black, Gold

In The Box

1 x 24mm Passage RDA
1 x Spare 810 DT
1 x 510 Adapter
1 x BF pin
1 x Accessory Bag
1 x Passage Sticker
1 x User Manual

Hellvape Passage Initial Impressions

The Hellvape Passage comes nicely presented in a very ‘orange’ box! I got the matte black RDA which is kinda ‘me’h’ but it does match a couple of black mods that I have. It’s a 24mm RDA however the barrel is designed at 24mm at the bottom and then it goes to around 26mm in the middle and back down to 24 mm at the top… it’s different to the straight barrels you get on most mods.

It has a red ‘Anti bacterial’ (Ag+) low profile mouthpiece, which is a great idea but I think it may be a bit of a novelty as I’m not intending to let any strangers ‘Suck my Mod’! 


And if I did then I would still be wiping the mouthpiece down afterwards anyway 


It has the Passage logo on the side, which is 3 arrows in a circle and a large ‘P’ inside, and on the base you get the Hellvape logo, Suck My Mod, and of course the name Passage.

We’ll get into the airflow a little later…It’s not the best looking RDA I’ve ever seen, but it’s also not the worst.

Hellvape & Suck My Mod Passage RDA Features

Top Cap – So the Passage can be separated into 3 sections (or 4 if you count the mouthpiece) top cap, barrel and base. The top cap is a nice chunky piece of work. It’s conical shaped inside and this should help with flavour. The top cap  houses the air flow holes in the channels (or passages) 5 on the outer 2 passages, and 6 on the middle. Now these air flow holes sit way down below the air flow slot on the actual barrel, and the air flows though them and up the passages to the slot at the top. Clever idea! It’s this top cap that you will twist to open and close the airflow. The Passage top cap is knurled around the top section and it does really help with gripping and twisting.

The Barrel – So the barrel section of the Hellvape Passage seems kind of flimsy compared to the rest of the RDA. It just feels like the metal is very thin, thought I can’t squish it if I squeeze it so it must be pretty strong. It has a kind of notch locking mechanism around the base which helps to line up the air flow directly on the coil, and also catches to help when removing the RDA from your mod if you’ve over tightened it a little. If you remove the barrel, when your popping it back on, push down and then twist and you will feel that barrel lock into place.

The Base – The base of the Passage RDA has 2 posts, these have screws at the top and a clamp in each one that will clamp your coils into position. The downside to this for me, is that both coils fit into the same post, one from each side. The juice well is nice deep, and you will fit plenty of liquid in there whether you’re squonking or dripping.

Hellvape Passage RDA – Coiling and Wicking

I want to point out first that you don’t get any wick or coils with the Passage RDA (I guess WOTOFO has spoiled us all!) So you will need to make your own coils, or buy some.

Coiling – So coiling the Passage isn’t as easy as I would have liked it to be. Now since actually coiling my RDA I have watched a video or two to see how others got on, and there seems to be a couple of ways of doing it.

My way was to pop both coil legs under each clamp, straighten them up and try and get the legs shoved through properly, then tighten down the clamps. After making sure the clamps are nice and tight then I have to try and move the coil up or out of the way slightly while I trim the legs from the coil on the other side. This is where I do tend to struggle, and in typical me fashion I did manage to snip one of my coils (luckily it hadn’t done mega damage, and the coil did still work) For me this is way too finicky! I like simple, and this type of deck for me, just isn’t simple enough. I don’t like my coils to share posts. Once you have snipped the legs from each coil, you can straighten them out and get them positioned how you want them to be.

The other way I have seen someone coil the Passage RDA is to pop one leg under the clamp, and the leg from the other coil over the top of the clamp and just under the screw. I really don’t know if this would be easier or not as you still can’t tighten down the clamp on just one leg… so personal preference I guess.

My coils ended up quite messy, but I really couldn’t be bothered to do anything else to try and tidy them up 


Wicking – Of course wicking the Passage RDA is super simple. Just pass the wick through the coil, leaving a fair amount of cotton either side, then just push it down into the juice well.

How does the HellVape Passage perform?

I made 2 x 8 wrap clapton coils which, when fitted measured around 0.38 ohms, vaping these at around 60w and the whole vape experience is just a really nice, smooth vape experience. The flavour is actually really good (using some Jax Custard, Fudge flavour) and of course its sub-ohm so masses of vapour too.  I could go higher with the power and at one stage I actually did, but the top cap gets extremely hot, and I just hated touching it with my lips. So if you’re going higher with the wattage you may want to move away from the low profile mouthpiece and pop something a little higher on there.

The airflow works really well, but it’s not quite as airy as I actually thought it would be, even with the airflow wide open it still feels a little bit on the restricted side. Now if you want a tighter airflow you can close those passages down one by one (or inbetween) until you get the airflow just how you want it, and it does tighten right down!

Something else that surprised me is that the airflow is fairly quiet! I was expecting whistles or whooshes… I mean of course you can hear it, but it isn’t overly noisy, so that’s actually a massive bonus as I’ve sold certain RDA’s due to the super annoying noise that they make.

Final Thoughts on the Hellvape & Suck My Mod ‘Passage’ RDA

Bearing in mind that I have only used it in dripper mode (so check out some other reviews if you want to know how it is in squonk mode) I like it!

When you’re dripping you can get a hell of a lot of liquid in there… the downside of course is if you hold it slightly sideways the juice does come out of the airflow holes and up those passages and then down your shirt! (Yeah I know don’t hold it sideways)… so it looks like you need to make sure that those airflow passages are always at the sides while your vaping, not at the top and bottom. Or just don’t tip your mod so far 


Is that a negative? Not really…  just something to be aware of.

One more thing, also not a negative but worth pointing out. If you’re a bit of a chain vaper, don’t vape at super high wattages, as this RDA is going to get extremely hot. So either knock the power down a bit or, pop a higher mouthpiece on.

There are no other real ‘niggles’. The Hellvape Passage looks decent, and it vapes really well.

I wouldn’t say that the Passage is suitable for newer RDA vapers, simply for the fact I struggled to get those coils in properly. However if you’re more experienced with RDA’s… I think you folks are gonna love it… as long as you don’t want something super airy! If that’s what you prefer, then maybe take a look for something else.

Will the Hellvape Passage be retired to the shelf? – Well, I don’t use RDA’s daily anyway (apart from one – The Profile, and I haven’t found anything to replace that yet) So yeah, it will sit on the shelf, but it will be coiled up and ready to vape if I fancy a little RDA action!

Ceekays Shack Score

There are no massive negatives to the Hellvape Passage RDA that I can find, yes it has those couple of niggles, but I honestly don’t see any point in minusing marks from the overall score for them, as they really are just down to common sense. So the Hellvape & Suck My Mod ‘Passage’ RDA gets a well deserved 5/5 from me


If this RDA sounds like it could be for you, then pop over to our sponsors site Ave40 and check out the Hellvape Passage RDA at $35.99, and it comes in a massive array of colours as well. 

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Eleaf iJust Mini – It’s So Cute!

The lovely lot over at Eleaf sent me out the iJust mini to test drive, it’s small, it’s discreet, and top it off it’s rather a cute little thing!

Eleaf iJust Mini Specs

●Size: Ø22mm*104mm
●Weight: 90g
●Liquid capacity: 3ml
●Battery capacity: 1100mAh
●Output wattage: 25W max
●Resistance range: 0.3Ω-3.0Ω
●Colors: Red, Green, Black, Dazzling, Gunmetal, Silver 

In The box:

1*iJust mini Battery
1*iJust mini Atomizer
1*GT M 0.6ohm Head
1*GT 1.2ohm Head
1*Micro USB cable
2*User Manuals
Spare Parts

Ijust Mini Kit – Initial Impressions

I have always been quite a fan of the iJust kits, and I have tried a few. Eleaf tend to change the exterior design add a new coil or two and call it a new kit. Really, this is just a scaled down version of the previous ones, with… yep you guessed it, another new coil, and a ton of great safety features!

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The Rincoe Mechman Kit Review

A massive thanks to our new sponsor for sending me out the Rincoe Mechman kit to give a try. To be honest they didn’t actually send the kit, but the mod and tank separate, reason for telling you this I only got one coil, and I believe the kit comes with two.
Anyhow…. lets see what it’s like.

Rincoe Mechman specs

Mechman 228W TC mod  
Dimension: 53.8x 29.2x90mm 
Power range: 1-228W
TC modes support: Ni200/Ti/ SS 
Power mode(VW/BYPASS): 0.08-5.0ohm(0.3ohm recommended)
TC mode (Nickel/Titanium/Stainless/TCR): 0.05-3.5ohm(0.15ohm recommended)
Battery: Dual replaceable high rate 18650 cells (CDC≥25A, Not Included)

Mechman Mesh tank 
Dimension: 28 x 36mm
Tank capacity: 4.5ml(max) 
Resistance: single mesh coil: 0.25ohm; Dual mesh coil: 0.2ohm 
Drip Tip: 810 drip tip 
Material: Resin/Stainless steel/Quartz bubble glass 

In the box (kit)

1x Mechman 228W mod 
1x Mechman mesh tank (single mesh coil 0.25ohm) 
1x Extra dual mesh coil 0.2ohm 
1x Extra bubble glass tube 
1x Accessory 
1x Certificate card 
1x User manual 
1x USB Charging cable 

Rincoe Mechman Kit Initial Impressions

So my mod came boxed (my tank didn’t) Nice strong box means the mod is nice and safe in transit, but we’re not gonna talk about the box…. So the mod is heavy! It’s a dual 18650 battery mod and when those batteries are installed it’s a real hefty piece of kit. Of course that tends to lend itself to a quality feel and this really does feel like a decent quality mod! 

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OFRF nexMesh Sub-Ohm Tank Review

Firstly, OFRF is pronounced OFF! Apparently the R is silent…. ok now that’s out the way OFRF emailed me to ask if I would like to check out their new Sub-Ohm tank with a brand new conical nexMESH coil. Don’t mind if I do I thought! So a massive thanks and shout out to OFRF for sending me out the nexMESH sub-ohm tank, along with a t-shirt and the most amazing coffee mug!
If you don’t fancy the tank then at least get the mug!…. best shaped mug ever, honestly!


Fast forward a couple of weeks and the package landed in my porch….

OFRF nexMesh Sub-Ohm Tank Specs:

Size: 25 x 40.5mm
Capacity: 4ml
Refill: Top filling
Resistance: 0.20Ω A1 NexMesh Coil; 0.15Ω S.S.316L NexMesh Coil
Thread: 510

Coil & Tank Features:

A1 And 316L Mesh Coils For Great Texture
Double Cotton Design & Dual Vapor Compression System
Thicker Mesh Weave And Smoother Airflow
Top Filling System
4ml Large E-Juice Capacity With Leakage-Proof Design

In The Box:

1 nexMESH sub Ohm Tank 
1 A1 nexMESH Conical Mesh Coil 0.20 Ohms (Pre-Installed)
1 SS 316L Conical Mesh Coil 0.15 Ohms
1 PCGT tube 4ml (Pre-Installed)
1 Bubble Glass Tube 5.5ml 
1 User Manual
   Replacement O Rings

And you also get stickers!! Some people like stickers!


OFRF nexMesh Sub-Ohm Tank Initial Thoughts

Let’s start with the packaging, it comes nicely boxed, the packaging is pretty plain but well made and not something that’s going to get crushed going through the postal system. Opening the box and ughh the tank is black, now I know that doesn’t detract from the performance but for me black is worst colour for anything vape related, I like shiny, I like colours!! 

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Ceekays Vape Shack Reviews – Forum

We now have a forum integrated into the review blog! How fab is that 😀

I gathered that not many vapers really like the old style SMF forum layout that we have, so I decided to add a forum right here. You can find it via the ‘Forum’ button at the top menu bar, or here.

Now bear in mind this is a brand new forum, and still in its infancy stage. More categories and sub forums will be added as needed, but if you fancy being part of a brand new community, then why not come and join us!

We’re here to help with problems, offer advice if we can, and chat about anything vape related, from vendors and manufacturers, to mods and tanks.

Please feel free to come and register with us, or login via Facebook, and have a look around. Suggestions for sub-forums and boards are always welcome as we’d like you to feel a valued part of our sparkling new venture!

So why not tell your friends and family, and we’ll hopefully see you there! 🙂

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Wotofo Recurve Dual RDA Review

Massive thanks to Wotofo for sending out their newest RDA, the Recurve Dual which is a collaboration between them and good old Mike Vapes. I like Mike, watch his reviews now and again, and absolutely love the Recurve squonk mod that they brought out a while ago.

Now I thought that I had got the original single coil recurve, but a quick check on the shelf and a-top of my mods and it looks like I haven’t, so this isn’t (actually it can’t be) a comparison  type of review as I don’t have the original to compare it to… 


Either way, lets take a look at the Recurve dual.

Recurve Dual Specs:

Diameter: 24mm
Overall Height: 34mm (with drip tip and 510 pin)
Threading: 510 thread
Drip Tip: 810
Body Material: Stainless steel
Coil Configuration: Dual coil
Juice Feeding Method: Drip/Squonk
Insulator Material: German PEEK
Wattage Range: 40-120W

In The Box:

1pc Recurve Dual RDA
1pc Coil Trimming Tool
1pc Squonk Pin
1pc User Manual
1bag Coils
1bag Organic Cotton
1bag Extra Screws & Orings

Included Coil Specs:

Coil: Quad Core Fused Clapton
Material: Ni80
Inner Core: 28G × 4
Outer wire: 36G
Internal Diameter: 3mm
Single Build Resistance: 0.26ohm
Dual Build Resistance: 0.13ohm

Recurve Dual RDA Initial Thoughts

So the Recurve Dual arrived in the normal green and black Wotofo packaging, with a clear see through lid, and nestled in the black foam was the RDA. First look and it’s extremely plain! No over the top branding, and no curved cap like the original Recurve (that’s the only comparison I intend to make) Just a slight curve on the very top of the cap. It’s a 24mm RDA so will fit vast majority of my mods (good thing) meaning it’s not too chunky as some dual coil RDAs are.

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