NoName Mods NoPity RDA Preview

Next best RDA? We preview the NoPity RDA by NoName mods. This RDA looks like the easiest RDA to build on.

Noname Mods NoPity

NoName Mods: NoPity RDA

Noname NoPity

The NoPity is latest RDA from NoName Mods out of Italy. They have a fantastic reputation in the high-end community for their innovative designs and phenomenal machining, and the NoPity appears to be no exception.

The design of this atomizer looks very similar to the AX1 by Sector One Vapors and Vicious Ant where the airflow comes in from the sides and hits the coils underneath through a set of smaller holes. Unlike the AX1, this atomizer has a four-post deck that looks to be even easier to set up than a ‘Velocity-style’ deck.

Might this be the easiest RDA deck to build on?  It looks like it!

The air holes are located close to the posts meaning all you have to do is pull your leads through the post holes and your coils should fall right over them. Since each side has a positive and negative post, there is no need for an awkwardly placed insulator like the AX1. The 2mm post holes will make mounting exotic coils a breeze, the 10mm deep juice should hold a ton of juice and the alternate cloud cap is a nice addition.

Keep your eyes out for the NoPity RDA by NoName Mods in the upcoming month.  We are excited about this RDA and think it will be great to use and build on for almost any level of building experience.  Click here to see our review.

Kyle Formeck
My name is Kyle and I have been vaping for almost a year now. I started vaping to kick my 9 year smoking habit and got hooked on trying to get the best flavor out of my atomizers. I am a software developer living in upstate NY and in my free time I like to write shoegaze and dream pop music.
  • Greg

    It seems that this would get fiddly when trying to install duel coils as the first installed coil would get in the way of installing the second. I also wish it had the Adjacent Post holes elevated so as to not have to adjust the Coil leads like the Velocity where each coil just naturally goes in right of the bit.

    • Jeremy

      This would be the case unless you use my “trick”. It’s no trick at all really. Just put vertical bends in the leads (close to the coil) so you can fish them through the post holes from above. You start putting the leads in the post from above, then you turn upwrard slightly and the coils are perfectly in place.