I am going to be doing a 30mm RDA shootout soon and the Modfather will be one of the ones I will be reviewing. I don’t want to give too much away but I have to talk about this Modfather right now.
It is a series deck. What does that even mean? In Woftam’s words, “The centre post doen’t make an electrical connection to the deck so the power flows through one coil then the other coil (you have to have both coils in for it to work).”
Ok, so why is this important?
First of all safety. I am running a SS staggered fused clapton dual coil build with 7 wraps each. It is @ 1.6 ohms. At 11 volts I am only drawing 6.88 amps!
Second of all battery life. Normally on a .3 ohm build at 6.2 volts I get about 8 hours of battery life. But I am drawing near 21 amps. With the Modfather I am currently going into my 13th hour of heavy use.
Lastly flavor. Intense! Crank up the volts, put in you ADV and you will notice a big difference.
So why is this important to you? The Modfather RDA is very difficult to get your hands on. They range in price from $65 to $80. I happen to know someone who has 5-6 of these on hand at $55. If you haven’t got one and interested in a very versatile and awesome RDA, contact the dude.
A few things to note on versatility.
It comes with a post that will allow you to run your coils parallel if high resistance and high volts isn’t your thing. It comes with a chuff cap with a gaping ass bore and a clear glass cap, also with a gaping ass bore and the glass allows you to see your coils and cotton.
This isn’t a sales pitch. Those of you that chase flavor, this is a solid piece of kit. It has thoroughly impressed me and I wanted to pass along my experience.