Think back to the days when you’d just started vaping, the juice you were using actually tasted like strawberry or blueberry and it blew your steam-soaked mind.
Then you started sub-ohm vaping, the old juices tasted like chemicals and the juice you were trying now felt like you’d reached a new level in flavour.
Now, I know what you’re asking - what has this got to do with the Snapdragon?
Well, this is the next level of flavour right here. The small chamber size, and the tight draw of the RDA, lets even the beginner build taste like it’s been wrapped by Valkyries and the juice cried by angels. Yes, I’m being dramatic but, let me assure you, I’m by no means exaggerating.
The airflow comes from the bottom of the deck at an angle pointing towards the two posts (in an effort to tempt some vapour towards the drip tip a little easier) which are wide enough to take any wire thrown at them. This is because the posts’ holes aren’t really holes – they’re clamp posts which are secured by a screw. The wire can freely move out of the gaps, unless secured, which they will do every time you try to install more than one coil. These posts allow you to put any form of battery-draining, obnoxiously large, coil in to it and allow you to clamp them down with some very smooth Philips head screws.
You’re able to replace these unique posts with a set of standard velocity posts which area available separately but,being the masochist I am, I chose to disregard these. I’m the same when it comes to video games, I’ll never turn the difficulty to ’easy’, no matter how often I’m prompted.
I don’t like the idea of an ‘easier’ deck being sold separately;it’s like some over-priced DLC for the aforementioned game. Don’t get me wrong though, this is a prize stallion among drippers, I just needed to nit-pick.
The Snapdragon is the next level of flavour drippers allowing you to separate the wheat from the chaff - the men from the boys - when it comes to great tasting juice. So find one and buy it.