IJOY Cigpet Eco RDA Intro
Founded in 2010, IJOY has been in business for about seven years, but stormed into vaping consciousness in the US more recently on the strength of their collaboration with the Limitless Mod Company, which gave us the IJOY Limitless RDTA.
Fast forward…today we are previewing the Eco RDA from another IJOY brand: Cigpet.
The Eco RDA looks interesting for those seeking a large build deck with a wide array of build options. With dual inverted L-shaped posts, and each featuring three large post-holes — the build options are near limitless. (Sorry, I couldn’t resist the pun, but probably shouldn’t poke that hornet’s nest.)
Regardless, in addition to its ability to accept two pairs of stacked staple helix coils, the 24mm Cigpet Eco RDA features enough airflow to keep that quad-coil build happy with air via dual-bottom intake ports, plus large and adjustable side-airflow slots. And you will be pulling that massive air through a wide-bore drip tip made from colorful resin.
The Eco RDA is available for pre-order in your choice of four colors: stainless steel, black, silver and gold, with a random color drip tip.
IJOY Cigpet Eco RDA Gallery
IJOY Cigpet Eco RDA Specs and features
- Size: 24mm x 40.9mm
- Capacity: 2mL
- Gold plated 510 pin
- Eco RDA
- Resin drip tip
- Accessory pack
Who the heck is Bill?
IJOY describes the Eco RDA as fun to build and I expect it will be, considering the roomy deck and options made available through the post configuration. The post holes appear to be pretty large, and should accept a variety of exotic wire, especially considering IJOY’s assertion that “round coils and staple helix coils” will work.
There is no denying that the Eco will provide an airy draw when using those stacked exotic coils, and the deck holds 2mL of liquid, so there should be ample juice available to feed those coils.
The Eco RDA has a rather plain aesthetic that I find appealing, and in the pictures it looks pretty good with the wide-bore resin tip, but I am questioning why they chose to engrave the name “William” into the side of the AFC sleeve — I think looks goofy and ruins an otherwise a nice looking atty.
Seriously, who stood up at that meeting and said: “…it’s just about perfect, but needs the name Willam!”
Anyway, if you can look past my bickering about the engraving, the Eco seems like it might be fun to play with and should easily handle a quad coil build, and with a large deck and massive airflow, it does offer some serious cloud chucking potential.