RDTA, RBA, RDA Meaning
These new terms are confusing for most new vapers. So what’s the difference…Let me explain first:
R – Rebuild-able: Means that the coil/wick of the atomizer is rebuild-able. We know that almost all atomizer coils can be rebuilt if you are expert, such as CE4 clearomizer or EVOD BCC. But here only means those atomizers with open electrodes designed for vapers rebuilding on it to get different resistance, and different amount of cloud.
D – Dripping: Drip the ejuice onto the wick through the drip tip manually when the e ;liquid runs out.
T – Tank: the container to hold ejuice.
A – Atomizer: yes, you know what it is.
RBA means: Rebuild-able Atomizer
RDA means: Rebuild-able Dripping Atomizer
RTA means: Rebuild-able Tank Atomizer
RDTA means: Rebuild-able Dripping Tank Atomizer
but, What the differences?
First of all, we can call all of these “RBA”, because they are all designed for rebuilding. RBA is a general name, but there is something different between all of them.
RBA means: Rebuild-able Atomizer - Any atomizer you build your own coil on.
RDA means: Rebuild-able Dripping Atomizer - An RBA you can drip liquid onto the coils.
RTA means: Rebuild-able Tank Atomizer - An RBA which has a tank to fill with e liquid.
RDTA means: Rebuild-able Dripping Tank Atomizer - A combination of a RBA and RTA.