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Rebuildable Vapes for Beginners Explained in 5 Minutes

Posted by Dave Pettis on 12/16/2019
Rebuildable Vapes for Beginners Explained in 5 Minutes

In 2014, “vape’ was crowned as the word of the year. And why not? As a vaper, you contribute significantly less to the pile of cigarette butts that are currently littering the planet. You gain total control over what you give your body. And you make a financially conscious decision by choosing vaping to relax.

But even with all these advantages, vaping can be intimidating if you are just starting off. So, what if we told you that you can make your own vaping device?

Rebuildable vapes allow you to do just that. These vaping devices let you build your vape using a coil and a wick. This means instead of buying, you can actually assemble your own vape. In fact, most people agree that the latter is incredibly rewarding.

Popularly known as e-cigarettes, rebuildable vapes are battery-operated and allow you to produce more amount of vapor without burning tobacco - a healthier substitute to smoking while reducing your carbon footprint.  


Why choose RBAs or Rebuildable Atomizers?


Rebuildable atomizers are constructed of a coil for heating up the e-juice and a wick for soaking and transmitting the e-juice from the tank to the deck, which you enjoy through the mouthpiece. The benefits of using RBAs is that they enhance the flavor for you while producing better vape. Since you are assembling your own vape, you get to customize your vaping routine as per your liking, which is not possible with regular cigarettes. Additionally, the coil used in RBAs can be used for as long as two weeks before rebuilding a new one. And while we are on the subject, a good quality RBA usually lasts between 6 to 12 months before you have to replace it with a new one. So, you get the most out of your valuable dollars. Lastly, vaping is safer and more enjoyable when you know precisely what you are doing. 


Which RBA is for you?


All rebuildable vapes that come with a tank are classified under RBAs, though vaping systems without a tank can also be referred to as RBAs.

Primarily, there are five types of rebuildable vapes. Let’s take a look at them.


1. RTA Vape - Rebuildable Tank Atomizers


While they can be a tad tricky to assemble as they are constructed using multiple elements, rebuildable tank atomizers offer great performance. They consist of a tank surrounding the deck, an under-coil airflow system, a wick, and a coil, which together allow you to enjoy your e-juice or liquid through the mouthpiece.

The tank in the RTA vape has a capacity of up to 5 ml for holding your liquid. This lets you use the device on-the-go without worrying about refilling it again and again. Besides, the assembly materials required to sustain an RTA vape are definitely on the affordable side of the price range. So, if you are looking for economical vaping systems, RTA vape is for you.

RTA vape may be cheaper but they are great for long-term use. They can be used for months. And thanks to the under-coil airflow system, cloud chasers can produce excellent clouds anywhere. 


2. RDA - Rebuildable Dripping Atomizers


Known as the easiest type of RBAs to use, RDAs have a relatively traditional way of functioning. They don’t have a tank to store the liquid. So, if you choose them, you choose to manually feed the liquid to the wick before you wish to vape.

RDAs consist of a wick and a coil that help soak the liquid and produce the vape, respectively. They require you to drip the liquid on the ‘drip tip’ every time the wick runs dry to keep vaping.

This type of vaping system is great for those who prefer change. If you are someone who frequently likes to try out new flavors, RDAs offer incredible flexibility without waiting for the tank to empty.

Furthermore, rebuildable dripping atomizers are anything but complex. All you have to do is connect the coil to the two post contacts (positive and negative) and add a wick to get started. So, it is no surprise that they are the most popular and commonly used vaping systems among cloud-chasers. 


3. RDTA - Rebuildable Dripping Tank Atomizers  


Harder to get a hold of, RDTAs are hybrid vaping devices that drew inspiration from both RTA vape and RDA vape. RDTAs allowed you to have two vaping options - fill up the tank or manually drip the liquid to continue vaping. They would also let you use the drip tip to pump up the e-juice from the tank to your mouthpiece.

Although having a great all-in-one system, RDTAs neither performed well as vaping devices nor in the market. So, they had to be discontinued. But if you are someone who would like to collect vaping systems, you might be able to get your hands on one if you look enough. 


4. Genesis-Style Rebuildable Atomizers


Revered as the modern RDTAs, Genesis-Style RBAs are easy-to-build vaping systems that allow you to switch between RTA vape and RDA vape.

Genesis-Style RBAs have two post contacts and multiple coils, so you can produce vape faster and more efficiently. And while its design and tank positioning does defy gravity, it is considered as one of the best performing rebuildable atomizers in today’s age.

 

5. Kayfun-Style Rebuildable Tank Atomizers


Inspired by the Golden Greek designs, Kayfun-Style RTA vape is a single-coiled vaping system that possesses the ideal construction that works with gravity to simplify your vaping experience.

If you are someone who prefers quality over quantity, Kayfun-Style RTA vape might just be the right choice for you. What’s distinctive about these vaping systems is that while they may not produce a large amount of cloud, they definitely improve the flavor from the tank.

Moreover, Kayfun-Style RTA vape is one of the only few vaping devices that offer mouth-to-lung vaping. And although the original ones from this range are hard to find today, you can access the upgraded versions quite easily as they continue to remain a popular choice among cloud chasers.