Tigertek Springer X RDA Intro
Tigertek may be new to the vaping world but their first RDA looks like the type innovation drippers have been waiting for. Available in 4 colors (SS, Black, Gold, and Rainbow), this RDA could make a name for Tigertek right off the bat. Check out a closer look into this new RDA.
Tigertek Springer X Specs and features
- Diameter: 24mm
- Height: 42.5mm
- Posts: Gold-plated posts
- Airflow: 2 progressive adjustable airflow system
- Capacity: 2.0ml
- Color: Stainless Steel, Black, Golden, Rainbow
- 1 x Springer X RDA(with Ultem 17mm bore drip tip)
- 1 x Extra Delrin Drip Tip(compatible with 510 drip tip)
- 2 x Pre-built Coils
- 2 x Extra Springs
- 1 x Japanese Cotton
- 4 x Silicone Rings
- 3 x Screws
- 1 x Screwdriver
Innovation is the name of the game for Tigertek as the Springer X RDA is the first atomizer to boast a screwless deck. No more stripping post screws or worrying about them coming loose from heat! The deck features two posts and can be used in single- or dual-coil configurations. It appears to work best with dual coils — and best of all with larger, more complex coils such as fused claptons.
The top of each post is spring loaded, so to install a coil all you have to do is push down to expose the post holes, slide your coils into the post holes, and then release the pressure on the post. They spring into place, locking your coil in and leaving you ready to vape. No tools are needed to install a coil. I was very impressed while watching a video of coils being installed. It’s fast and simple!
The negative post can be removed via a screw on the bottom. If the springs start to lose tension, it comes with a spare set so you can replace them. The posts themselves are gold plated for better conductivity. It also has a deep juice well with 2 mL capacity.
Personally, this is the type of innovation I’ve been waiting for. If the springs hold up and the connection stays solid with the coils, this can be a real winner and change the way we think about build decks — which hasn’t really happened since the original Goon deck.
Do you think the Springer X is as exciting as I do? Let me know in the comments below!