I received this Wormhole RDA free of charge directly from 3avape for the purpose of this review. Regardless of this, it will not color my opinion on this review in any way, shape or form.
This came in a sample box that had a sticker on it that says it’s solely for trial-production and it does also say sample in several places on it. So the retail package is going to be something different from Vapefly. I will despite that show the box it came in.
It is a 24 mm 3-piece RDA and this one got a multitude of airflow options to basically suite any vaping style. First impression is that it is well made with an Ultem top cap.
As I said at the start it’s got a number of different airflow settings for single coil or dual coil use. It’s got side airflow, as well as airflow that goes through one of the posts and comes out between the two posts, through what Vapefly calls an «inner adjustment clamp». It is delivered with two inner adjustment clamps that you are supposed to use with single or dual coil.
It has two different side airflow options for dual coil mode, but when I look at it I can’t really see any measurable difference between the two options. Not sure if it is supposed to be like that or if something has gone wrong and they have made the same size on the air holes, even though they should have been different.
To my knowledge the second inner adjustment clamp is supposed to only have holes on one side in order to support single coil use, but that is not the case in the kit I got, both inner adjustment clamps are identical. So this might be another error in this package.
All these different settings make it possible to fit a number of different vaping styles and should suite a number of vapors. You can use either the side airflow or the airflow that comes out between the posts or both together. The airflow is a smooth one and I haven’t had any whistling or other noise coming from it.
The deck itself is a clamp styled deck and it does work well. It is real easy to build on and it got a 12 mm deep juice well so it should hold a ton of liquid as well as a ton of cotton, and it is among the deepest juice wells I have seen. It is also an open juice well, meaning that the liquid can flow freely.
The top cap is made out of Ultem and it helps out keeping the top part of the RDA cool. And on this one I think it kinda adds to the overall look, at least with the color I got on mine.
It utilizes 810 drip tips and I have tried a few of my custom ones and most of them fits nicely on it. The O-rings are also quite good and keep everything snug and fit together, but the O-rings holding the barrel are a bit on the tight side so you have to work a little to get it off.
So how does it vape you might wonder, and to that question all I can say is that it is working pretty good. It might not be a thrilling experience, but nice enough, and it does deliver on flavor.
All in a pretty good RDA that’s got a number of options when it comes to airflow settings. If the airflow holes are how they are supposed to be, is something I’m not entirely sure of. The deck is easy to build and wick, and the extremely deep juice well can hold a huge amount of liquid.
Can I recommend it to others?
If you feel that you are in the need of an RDA with a number of airflow options, this one might be for you. It is also fairly priced, so that is another pro for sure.
Easy to build
Extremely deep juice well
Lots of airflow options
Not all the airflow options are as they are supposed to be
Bottom O-rings are a bit too tight
Second inner adjustment clamp doesn’t support single coil
Width: 24 mm
Height: 28.5 mm without drip tip
Silver, Black, Gold
1 x Wormhole RDA
1 x Cotton pad
1 x Set of coils
1 x Extra inner airflow adjustment clamp
1 x Cleaning cloth
1 x 510 drip tip adapter
2 x Spare post screws
1 x Multi tool
You will find it here
Wormhole RDA for $35.90 at the time I wrote the review.
Thanks for reading this far and Vape on!