Kaylin RTA vs iJoy RDTA 5

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  1. Theo457

    Theo457 New Member

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    So the time has finally arrived. Time to upgrade.:xD:
    Had my heart set on the ijoy 5 but now ive been told that the kaylin is better from the guy at the vape shop.

    what do you guys say about this?
    Rdta 5 or Kaylin?
    Compare clouds and flavour etc.

    Also are there other drip tips that will fit on the RDTA 5, maybe a goon style or so?
     
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    @Deucesjack

    DJ has done reviews of both of these take a butchers in the review section

    got the kylin on the way myself don't know what it's like yet

    The IJOY 5 I didn't like the way the way the screw held the top deck on so chose to skip it no idea if it's any good
     
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    Deucesjack VU Donator Platinum Contributor Member For 2 Years ECF Refugee

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    I did a full review on both the Kylin and RDTA 5. I run the 5 without the screw. Works fine.

    Ijoy RDTA 5
    http://vapingunderground.com/index.php?threads/316244/

    Vandyvape Kylin Review
    http://vapingunderground.com/index.php?threads/325614/
     
  4. Theo457

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    @Deucesjack, I have read both your reviews and I must say they're as good as ever, keep up the great work bud.

    Although they are separate reviews with no real big cons on either for
    my concern. Could you maybe create a contrast between the two
     
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    Deucesjack VU Donator Platinum Contributor Member For 2 Years ECF Refugee

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    Thank you, I truly appreciate that. As far as contrast, they're really apples and oranges. The RDTA 5 is made for cloud chucking. In general I'm not a big fan of RDTA style tanks. For me they tend to concentrate more on clouds than flavor. I'm a flavor chaser, so if you put a gun to my head and said pick between these 2 I'd pick the Kylin. Now mind you, that doesn't mean the 5 is a bad tank. It just means the Kylin is more my style. The Kylin is no slouch in the cloud department either. Hope this helps.
     
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    See what I'd do in situations like this @Theo457 is get both hehe especially if you were set on it to begin with
     
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  7. Theo457

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    I chose the iJoy Rdta5 after getting the kind people in the vape shop to let me vape off both.
    I do like flavour but I'm a cloud chaser at heart. :inlove:

    Handcheck of current setup:
    https://ibb.co/dhK3dF
    [​IMG]
     
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    Nice one :) good of them to do that for you matey
    RDTAs love em favourite class for me (apart from drippers with bottom feeding pin)
     
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    GBusafvet95 VU Donator Bronze Contributor

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    I have a 5 that I like a lot. I don't really mind the little screw, but that could change.
    Not really a fan of the short cap and feeling the heat, but it's not the end of the earth.
    I'll probably pick up a Kaylin soon. It's on my list.


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  10. Theo457

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    @GBusafvet95 you can put both your spare top o'rings at the base of the driptip. It picks it up enough so you cant really feel the heat when you chain vape after you do so. Driptip still fits snug and has no intention of falling off. :)

    Also found a few tips that fit on the inside of the current drip tip but it make the opening rather restricted (510 bascially) but i feel like its small for a tank of this power.

    I took my screw out it doesn't really affect anything. the twist and lock mechanism seems to be sufficient.
     
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    GBusafvet95 VU Donator Bronze Contributor

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    I'll try that. Thanks!


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