Geekvape Peerless RDA Intro
The new Geekvape Peerless RDA is taking aim squarely at the kings of big build RDAs such as the Goon, Royal Hunter X and others, without forgetting about fans of smaller wire coils.
The Peerless features a stepped two-post system with two large lower slots for your claptons, aliens, tigers and so forth. The upper posts are machined with much smaller slots for fans of smaller single-wire coils.
It’s two, two, two RDAs in one! (Lame Certs breath mint reference – think: Mentos for old people.)
Really, it’s a nice configuration that caters to fans of either build style, or those that like to change things up. It’s not clear in the Geekvape description if the posts on the Peerless can (or are intended to) support a quad-coil build, with two coils in the upper slots and two in the lower, but I’m sure if it even remotely possible, somebody attempt it.
The Peerless also supports single coil builds, and is packaged with a squonk pin to keep us bottom feeders satisfied.
Geekvape Peerless RDA Gallery
Geekvape Peerless RDA Specs
- Diameter: 24mm
- Height: 32mm (including 10mm drip tip)
Something for everyone
With its slotted bridge post design and open, gold-plated deck the 24mm Peerless should be a dream for those anxious to stuff a couple of huge exotic coils under the cap. Also, the posts are undercut to allow juice to flow freely between either side of the deep juice well for balanced wicking.
Of course there are the top slots, and I am all about options. I think it’s great that this RDA will handle large or small coils by design rather than coincidence. It’s thoughtful and useful, certainly to my style of vaping.
And it’s always nice to see a nod towards the squonkers with the inclusion of the squonk pin and allowing the airflow to be closed completely on one side for a single coil build. More and more manufacturers are finally recognizing the demand and responding. I know it’s about sales, but thanks to Geekvape nonetheless.
The Peerless will be available in four sleeve colors: gold, magenta, blue and black, and all feature 9 air holes on either side, which can be adjusted for both single and dual coil configuration. On top is an amber colored (ultem?) top cap which can be swapped for a black delrin wide-bore cap.
It’s early, and details are a bit sketchy, but the Peerless still looks promising as it offers something for just about everyone, or just about everything to someone that wants it all.