Hi All, Anthony Vapes back here with my review of the Hellvape Rebirth RDA, please see the bottom for disclaimers and links. Note: This is not marked as a sample version. Introduction: The Hellvape Rebirth RDA is the latest RDA from somewhat popular vape manufacturer Hellvape. Hellvape has actually been around for quite a while and has made over a dozen RDAs but didn’t get much attention until their popular dead rabbit RDA and since then have gained a lot of popularity, but i remember reviewing a much older atomizer form the the Iron maiden RDTA which was and still is one of my favorite RDTAs. Outside of that though I’ve reviewed quite a few of their atomizers over the past year or so including the dead rabbit RDA, dead rabbit RTA, and Drop Dead and so far i’ve been very underwhelmed with the performance of their RDAs so we’ll see if the Rebirth could fix that. The Rebirth RDA is a Dual coil DTL RDA with an included squonk pin and designed in collaboration with popular youtube reviewer Mike Vapes who designed a quite a few atomizers for many companies like the Intake RTA, Iconic RDA, and Recurve RDA. It’s available in 9 colors SS, Matte black with White logo, Full Matte Black, Piano Black, Gunmetal, Blue, Rainbow, Purple, and Gold. Elementvape has them for 29.95 in the US. Manufacturer's Specs 24mm Diameter 6mm Deep Juice Well Superior Stainless Steel Construction Dual Post Build Deck Side Secured via Flathead Screws Large Terminals - 3.5mm by 2.5mm PEEK Insulator Single or Dual Coil Configuration 16-Hole Honeycomb Style Adjustable Airflow Top Cap Locking Top Cap System 810 Wide Bore Resin Drip Tip Gold-Plated BF Squonk Pin Stainless Steel 510 Connection With coily tool the correct length to cut coils is 6.5mm Included in box: 1 REBIRTH RDA 1 Spare 810 Drip Tip 1 Stainless Steel 510 Adapter 1 Accessories Bag 1 Rebirth RDA Sticker 1 Positioning Tool 1 User Manual Picture Album album Initial Impressions When I first got this RDA this comes in the box not assembled. So 1st thing i seen was the deck. I had 2 reactions to it, 1st was that the airflow idea seemed pretty cool and innovative. 2nd was that the deck itself was much better suited for a single coil build then a dual coil build so while i liked both part separately i didn’t think they were a great matching. Nonetheless i slapped in a single coil build to start because why not? Lol since the deck is really more designed for single coils even though the air isn’t and i was met with some frustration with the o-rings even after lubing them up the top cap wouldn’t fit on i had to remove one and finagle it to close. With enough working of the o-ring and leaving one off though it fits decently but still not good so overall it was a very mixed start. Build Deck and Wicking (pics above) Let’s talk about the build deck now. It’s essentially a postless deck operation wise as you just drop your coils in a hole but there are posts that stick up so while you do need to precut your leads you do get wiggle room to adjust them so the pre-cut doesn't have to be perfect. Personally i really like decks like this. They also include a tool to precut your leads to 6.5mm which is a good size. The tool is great for this RDA but it’s not a full tool like we’ve seen others include that can be sued on any atomizer. This one only cuts to 6.5mm with no other size options. Still i can’t complain about an included tool made for the RDA it’s included with to make building easier. My complaint on this deck is it would be a great deck for single coil. However it’s a dual coil RDA meaning you need to install both coils at the same time and they have to share the 1 hole. That’s always a con for me these days and a big missed chance on this RDA where they could have had a hole for each lead without any major design chances. Makes installing the coils much harder than it needs to be and more annoying to do then most dual coil RDAs on the market. The post screws are really good quality flat head grub screws. No complaints there. Overall it would be a nice deck if it was a single coil RDA, but since it’s not, the deck isn’t very good for this application at least not nearly as good as many of its competitors. Wicking on it is quite easy. It’s an RDA so nothing fancy just drop your wick leads to the bottom. Performance Performance wise, I used it as a Dual Coil RDA mostly but also ran 1 single coil build in it because the deck is better for single coils. I ran 4 dual coil builds in this 1 fancy 3mm ID build, 1 fancy 3.5 mm ID build, 1 fancy 4mm ID build and 1 simple round 4mm ID build, and the 1 single coil build which was a 4mm ID fancy build. I’ll start with the single coil build, the flavor is really poor and very muted in single coil as expected. For dual coils however it worked well with all sizes of fancy builds i used and if you position it good with the airflow it’s a really above average performer. Very good flavor wise with a big fancy dual coil build. It can work ok with sime round wire as well if you turn the air down but that isn’t where it shines like most RDAs these days. It’s not the best performer i’ve had for flavor, but it is a really good one with the right build so overall it’s a pass for dual coil but a fail for single coil or round wire builds.