Hi All, Anthony Vapes back here with my review of the Wotofo Profile 1.5 RDA, please see the bottom for disclaimers and links. Note: This is not marked as a sample version Introduction: The Wotofo Profile 1.5 RDA is the latest RDA from popular vape manufacturer Wotofo. Wotofo has been hit and miss for me, they’ve made some good RDAs like the recurve and nudge 22, but also a lot of overhyped and bad ones like the warrior RDA, troll RTA, and some others, so they are a bit hit and miss IMO. it’s designed in collaboration with Mr Just Right 1 which i have no clue who he is personally and is the follow up of the original profile RDA. The Profile 1.5 RDA is a mesh coil 24mm DTL RDA with an included squonk pin. It’s available in 6 colors, Black, SS, Gold, Gunmetal, Blue, and Rainbow. Elementvape has them for 32.95 in stock in the US so standard price point. Manufacturer's Specs 24mm Outer Diameter 22.5mm Build Deck Diameter Deep Juice Wells Superior 304 Stainless Steel Construction Dual Clamp Style Build Deck Side Secured via Phillips Screws Grooved Spring-Loaded Ceramic Cotton Support Single Mesh Coil Configuration German PEEK Insulator Adjustable Bored Airflow Control Top Cap - 3 Airflow Settings 810 Resin Low Profile Drip Tip Threaded 510 Squonking BF Pin Coil Options Wotofo nexMESH Series 0.15ohm nexMESH Chill A1 0.13ohm nexMESH TURBO A1 0.16ohm nexMESH EXTREME A1 Included in box: 1 Wotofo Profile V1.5 RDA 1 User Manual 1 Extra 810 Drip Tip 1 Bending Tool 1 Accessory Bag 1 Allen Key 1 Cross Head Screwdriver 3 6mm XFiber Cotton Strip 1 0.15ohm nexMESH CHILL A1 1 0.13ohm nexMESH TURBO A1 Picture Album album Initial Impressions When I first got this RDA I already knew what to expect. I’ve reviewed the original profile as well as a few other mesh RDAs so it’s nothing new. They include cotton and mesh coils made for the RDA and they kept the spring loaded ceramic block that keeps the cotton pushed up against the mesh. That was a really good idea the original had and that many copied so nice to see it stayed even if it doesn't make a huge difference. Overall though it’s just another mesh RDA that doesn't stand out from the start. Build Deck and Wicking (pics above) Let’s talk about the build deck now. It’s a 2 clamp system with the clamps positioned for vertical insertion instead of horizontal like many. Very similar to the VV mesh RDA deck design except the clamps are raised off the deck. The screws come in from the side so it does work well for flat wire, mesh, and round wire builds but you do need to precut your leads. The Mesh that comes with it is cut to size however and doesn't need any modifications. The post screws are good quality flat head/phillips combo screws so nice improvement there as wotofo has normally used some cheap poor quality screws in lots of RDAs. There is also a cut out on the juice well wall that acts as a place for the top cap to lock in but doubles to add room to get your screwdriver in there to use the post screws. Overall a really nicely designed deck that is pretty much the same as the original profile RDA. Just note that you will need to precut leads for using anything but the included mesh strips that are precut. Wicking on it is quite easy. It’s an RDA so nothing fancy just drop your leads to the bottom for traditional coil builds. For Mesh builds this is where it gets cool, there is a spring loaded ceramic block between the posts and this allows the cotton to be pressed against the mesh coil easier so you don’t get dry hits. Very good idea indeed. Overall very easy to wick for mesh coils. Just use a ton of cotton. Performance Performance wise, I used it as a Mesh RDA only. I ran 3 builds in this which were the 3 included mesh strips. All are KA1, 1 is a .13 ohm nexmesh turbo, 1 is a .15 ohm nexmesh chill, and 1 is a .16 ohm nexmesh extreme. All are rated at 60-80 watts. I found them all best around 75 and not much of a difference between the 3. If I had to rate them though i’d go turbo, extreme, then chill. With that said, performance flavorwise is very lacking. All mesh will have some muting issues but this RDA mutes even more than the original profile while offering less intensity. Compared to the OG profile this is a pretty noticeable step down performance wise. Overall I’d say I was pretty disappointed in the performance of this RDA and would rather use the original profile as it just performs better.