The Desert RDTA atomizer is packed in an acrylic box, wrapped with disposable plastic wrap. The front of the box is very simple and you can see the main body of the atomizer, and the back has the company LOGO, packing list, QR code and anti-counterfeiting label.
All the items included in the package, the main body of the atomizer, the 510 drip nozzle adapter ring, spare rubber ring and screws plus an Allen key. Atomizer diameter: 24mm high: 39mm (without drip nozzle) oil storage capacity: 3.5ml. The atomizer is available in stainless steel and black, the one I got is black. Black should be surface oxidation treatment, and should be more durable than baking varnish.
Disassembling the atomizer shows that the structure of the desert atomizer is very simple. The same as the general RDTA atomizer, it is designed for upper heating and lower oil storage. It is roughly divided into drip nozzle, bin cover, base and oil bin. The drip nozzle is screwed on through the screw, the thread is very smooth. The base adopts the mainstream double-column four-hole electrode column design. 4 lock wire holes of 2mmX3mm can handle basically all filaments. When using an oblique air inlet on each side, the airflow is similar to the bottom air inlet, and the heating wire is blown directly from the bottom, and the taste will not be bad.
There are two oil guide holes for cotton on both sides of the electrode column. There is an oil filling switch on one side of the base. When the switch is turned on, there is a soft rubber-wrapped oil filling hole. There is a pressure relief hole on each side of the oil filling hole to facilitate the discharge of the sealed oil tank during oil filling. The air inside.
Use experience: This time I mainly tried the effect of the double single loop of the filament on the desert RDTA. The data of the filament used is that the inner core 10mmX0.4mm flat wire is wrapped with 0.2mm filament. The characteristic of this wire is that the heating area is relatively large and the ignition response is relatively fast.
The first test was a single-shot with a resistance of 0.34 ohms and a power of 45W. The single-hole air intake was fully open. It felt a little empty with a large-diameter dripping nozzle. Using a 510 adapter ring and a diamond crystal dripping nozzle, the taste became richer and the smoke was moderate, but The density is very high and dense. The taste is very close to that of Yuri dripping oil at the same data, and the taste is slightly richer than Yuri, which is related to the thickness of the desert warehouse cover. Next, I used a dual-engine with a resistance value of 0.18 ohms and a power of 95W. The 4/5 large-caliber drip nozzles were opened on both sides to find a taste suitable for the author. The amount of smoke is large, but the smoke of a single shot will be lower. With the same data, the 510 drip nozzle has a richer taste, and the smoke density is increased but the amount of smoke will be smaller. In the whole use of the double-single engine, the oil conduction is very smooth, and there will be condensate on the inner wall of the hood. However, in the few days of use, there is no problem of condensation in the suction port, and no condensation is found to flow out of the air intake. If there is something to pay attention to, that is the filling of the cotton. First, disassemble the glass bin, and clamp the cotton tail with tweezers. After inserting it into the cotton hole, you can borrow pointed tweezers or use the included hex wrench to directly poke the cotton in. In the cotton hole. Then use tweezers to make the cotton fluffy. For novices this may need to be practiced. It is also the only point of difficulty with this atomizer.
Summary: As mentioned at the beginning of the article, the Desert RDTA atomizer is characterized by its appearance + taste + large smoke. In the process of using, I will feel the experience of dripping oil with 24mm Kennedy from time to time, but I don’t need to refuel frequently.