The Digiflavor Drop V1.5 combines a unique build deck with a simple design. The result is an RDA (Rebuildable Dripping Atomiser) that can be used even if you’re new to coil building, but still delivers enhanced performance when it comes to vapour and flavour production. Featuring a four-post drop deck it’s compatible with dual coils builds and the 510 pin allows it to be paired with a wide range of vape mods.
The four-post drop deck means that you can install coils without trimming them first. The posts are tall allowing you to easily fit your wire cutters inside and trim the excess wire. Compatible with a wide range of rebuildable coils, the terminals on each are wide enough for both DTL coils and smaller, high resistance options. The raised deck also means more room for cotton wicks and e-liquid.
Thanks to the slotted airflow design, you’ll have more control over vapour production as well as how restricted your inhale is. The six slots on each side can each be partially closed to allow you to discover your ideal vape. Versatility is a key element in the design of this RDA, this extends all the way to mod compatibility. As well as a 510 pin, the Drop 1.5 also includes a bottom-feeding pin allowing you to pair it with squonk mods too.
Important information about Rebuildable Dripping Atomisers:
Rebuildable atomisers are recommended only for experienced users. You should have the knowledge and access to the equipment that is required to set up this atomiser properly.
Before building or using an RDA you should have a thorough knowledge of battery safety, Ohm's Law and vaping in general.
Before fitting a coil onto your rebuildable atomiser ensure it is in a safe condition and registering the correct Ohmage, this testing and checking can be achieved by using a dedicated Ohmmeter. Coils should not be tested on vape devices.
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By TC from Birmingham
I got the original Drop RDA a few years ago and I wasn't really a big fan, but that was personal preference. I prefer a turbulent airflow, whereas the Drop was unashamedly smooth. The same seems to be true for this one too.
Build deck is nice and simple, and the range of colours and airflow options is great. If you like a nice, smooth pull, the Drop is a pretty good choice.