The new Turbo is designed for two different types of cloud chasers:
- Those who want to get more fog with less effort and cool down the vapor coming from lowΩ, high-wattage builds
- Those who, in addition to puffing out huge clouds, want to get noticed by making a loud “Vrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrim!” sound when they vape
Yes, as you’ve probably heard, the new Turbo RDA has a small Delrin turbine fan inside the top cap, which, when you open up the airflow all the way and draw hard, produces a zany noise that could possibly be considered obnoxious. The integrated fan on the new Turbo has made it one of the most divisive RDAs in vaping history; some reviewers love it, some hate it. But here’s the thing that most of the haters don’t get: The fan is designed to cool and volumize vapor and only really works as intended with the airflow choked back from full open. And when the airflow isn’t full open, the fan doesn’t make the whimsical noise. The new Turbo was never meant to be a noisemaker; in fact it’s a next-generation RDA that produces huge vapor with far less user effort on the draw. The Turbo is designed for high-wattage, subohm builds, and you can count on seeing it at cloud competitions in the future.
So the only question is, are you a fan?
- Integrated Delrin turbine wheel
- Includes stainless steel topcap and massive pyrex drip top
- 304 stainless steel, 22mm atty
- Heat sinked on topcap and deck
- Adjustable 510 center pin
- Square positive and negative posts; negative posts milled into the deck
- PEEK insulator
- 6mm deep juice well
- Airflow adjusted by tabs on integrated fan