A lovely rebuildable dripping atomiser (RDA) designed for dripping (the applying of limited number of drips directly to the wick rather than storing a body of liquid). RDAs are for advanced users that are willing to attach their own resistance coils to get a perfectly personalised vape. They can offer unrivalled flavour and performance and extremely low maintenance costs but can be complicated, especially for beginners. That said, the Kennedy 25 with its large size (25mm diameter) and base is an easy RDA to begin with so for those users willing to take the leap. They work superbly on high end mods where low resistance coils can create huge clouds. Users are responsible for the safety of their coils and it is highly recommended users use a multimeter or mod that can read resistance to check their coil resistance after fixing.
The central chamber is spacious enough to allow plenty of room for rebuilding and coiling, whilst the rimmed drip well allows over a dozen drops to be stored without risk of leaking. Vents between the fixing posts run down into the base and out the side, providing your coils with unadulterated airflow.
Inside, the Atty features two screw posts, the positive pole and negative poles. When fitting, the coil runs between these and the wick within the coil and then coiled into the drip well. This allows the easy building of single or double. These raised posts keep the coils up from the base so that it doesn't drown in fluid. It comes with a small allen key, spare screws, o-rings and wire and wicks to get you started in coil wrapping and fixing.
Built in copper or brass, the top cap has a standard 510 hole and comes with an attractive wide base stainless steel drip tip.
Whilst users can rewick with whichever fabric they prefer, e.g. some users prefer cotton, we sell ekowool wicks that allow dry-burning, whereby the user heats the coils in a series of extended bursts to scorch off any residue that may accumulate with use.
When building your own coils:
ALWAYS check that the battery used is appropriate for coil used. Compare the battery's C rating against the current the coil will draw and if it is higher do not use that battery with that coil.
ALWAYS check the resistance of your coil before first using it.
DO NOT attempt sub-ohm coils (coils with a resistance lower than 1ohm) with small batteries such as the 18350 size as it is highly likely to exceed the output limits of those batteries.
REMEMBER that adding two wires connecting the posts, halves the resistance compared to one wire because it makes it easier for electricity to flow, not harder, by providing two paths.