How come tanks are inferior to RDAs?
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#1 (permalink)      8/22/2020 6:12:45 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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How come tanks are inferior to RDAs?
Got a great tank, but the taste is none compared to my RDA.
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I believe it all comes down to the person him/herself. I have tried many RDAs and none I liked. I always prefer the RTA. RDA is a hot vape for me where I like cool vape. There is no right or wrong.
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I believe its a matter of airflow hitting the coils while they seer the juice; in a tank this can be somewhat limited whilst in a RDA its all there is to it

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It's the amount of juice being wicked into the coil while you're vaping. An RTA needs to draw the pressure down in the tank to pull juice into the wick while an RDA is pulling juice at the same atmospheric pressure. The faster a tank can wick the more chance it has to have the same flavour as an RDA.
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Xplosiv wrote:

Got a great tank, but the taste is none compared to my RDA.




Then either you don't have a great tank, or you are doing it wrong.

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Yes the flavor will not match an rda...but a tank has always been about convenience. People sacrifice for juice capacity and not having to constantly drip over and over. Also, the one poster above needs to learn that "hot" and "cool" are determined by the actual coil build. The same coil could seem hotter in a rda because of the coil being closer to your mouth. the point of rebuildables is to build to suit.
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gph61 wrote:

An RTA needs to draw the pressure down in the tank to pull juice into the wick while an RDA is pulling juice at the same atmospheric pressure.


LOOOOL.

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pewpew wrote:

gph61 wrote:
An RTA needs to draw the pressure down in the tank to pull juice into the wick while an RDA is pulling juice at the same atmospheric pressure.

LOOOOL.

Science is real silly conservative.

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#10 (permalink)      8/23/2020 7:41:47 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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And to complete a bit, capillary action is due to intermoleculaire attraction because of the polarity of molecules.
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