Beginner RDA to put on the Ijust 2 battery?

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  1. rj9923

    rj9923 Bronze Contributor

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    I got an Ijust 2 kit recently. It's the most powerful vape I've ever had, and I thought maybe I'd experiment with a cheap beginner dripper since I have a mod battery now. The specs listed for the Eleaf Ijust 2 battery are very vague, so I don't even know how many watts it puts out or how low of a resistance it can take. They do sell 0.15 ohm TC heads for the ijust2 tank, but I have a feeling those are intended for use if you screw the tank onto a more powerful and regulated mod.

    So I just want to know if the ijust 2 battery I have would be ideal for me to attach a beginner dripper to. I used to rebuild my other devices, and I know how to safely, so spare me the talk that it would be dangerous. I don't intend to build ridiculously low resistance coils anyways. I used the .3 ohm head on it and that is more than enough vape for me.

    Also, what's a decent dripper for under 10-15 bucks? I don't need an expensive one that's good at dispersing heat because it's not like the Ijust 2 battery is that powerful. I saw a Doge v3 online for less than ten bucks if that's any good.
     
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    I run my Plume Veil on mine all the time and move it.
     
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    First, what kind of dripper are you looking for, flavor or clouds?
     
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    I'm more of a flavor person, but a good balance between clouds and flavor would be nice. I thought that mostly depended on how you build your coils and how large the airflow on the device is though. But I could always drill extra holes or cover some if I wanted a different airflow, so what the RDA has really doesn't matter to me. Just something cheap and simple. Heat dissipation doesn't matter either because my Ijust 2 battery isn't crazy powerful like the things more advanced vapers use.

    Priority is price. I saw a Doge v3 clone on some site last week for ten bucks, so I want to find the best dripper for ten bucks, 15 at the very most.
    It's not like I need a great dripper because my mod isn't that powerful anyways and I usually don't have time to refill constantly. I just have some wire and wick left over from when I used to rebuild my CE5 clearo and I thought it would be nice to have an RDA and test flavors or have somewhat of a backup to use in case my Ijust 2 tank ever breaks and I need something to vape while I order another.
     
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    When you do get a clone, make sure they're made by a known company. Clones without a name aren't worth it. I recommend an RDA, that has the possibility to build either a single coil or dual coil in it, e.g. Doge, Mutation X clone (a good in between). In addition, the center post, it is easier to build on a post that has two holes. The Airflow should be adjustable, which gives you the choice of using it as a flavor RDA as well. Good clones I know of are made by Tobeco, and Ephro. If you want to go with a dual coil only RDA, the Velocity RDA by Tobeco is an excellent choice. It's also the easiest to build on.
     
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    Neunerball Gold Contributor Member For 2 Years ECF Refugee

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    If it wouldn't leak so much.
     
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    Joshua Iles Gold Contributor Member For 2 Years

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    I'm not totally sure on power the ijust 2 puts out, guessing it starts at 4.2 v and slowly depletes like a mechanical. My educated guess as I use one myself.
     
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    Do you use any other tanks or rdas on it than the eleaf tank?
     
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    Joshua Iles Gold Contributor Member For 2 Years

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    Yeah I have 2 tanks that I rotate between, ijust 2 and an isub. It puts out way too much power for the isub on a fresh charge, but once I reach the point where the ijust 2 tank starts to feel week I can put the isub on there and its fine all the way down to when the battery dies. Only issues I have with the ijust 2 tank is mine anyway is leaky sometimes and the coil can't always keep up with the wicking on a fresh battery, but once I wear the battery down some its fine.
     
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    You're over-dripping. I haven't had one single problem with leaking on mine.
     

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