Everything in this category is for more experienced vapers
First of all RDA stand for Rebuildable Drip Atomizer.
And it has adapted the dripper system.
That means that there is no tank to be refilled.
Therefore, you have to drip the liquid from the top of the RDA.
Another factor is all all are 510 threaded.
Therefore they are compatible with most mods.
Finally, some of the RDAs are compatible with Squanker mods as well.
An RDA (rebuildable dripping atomizer) is what its name implies: a rebuildable atomizer made for dripping e-liquid directly on its coils and wicks.
A typical RDA has a build deck at the bottom of the atomizer, where the user places the coils. While RTAs and RDTAs come with tank sections and wick holes, RDAs have a juice well at the bottom of the build deck to hold e-liquid, and the wick tails are placed into the well. Generally, the juice well does not have as much capacity as a tank, so the vaper must continuously add e-juice every so often, to prevent the wicks from getting dry.
Unlike RTAs or sub ohm tanks, an RDA does not usually have a chimney section. Instead, a top cap sits on the build deck, and vapor rises straight up to the drip tip. Airflow may be fed to the coils from the bottom, sides, or top — or a combination of each. Typically, the user can adjust the airflow to suit their vaping style.