Now last time I was getting some new coil-heads at Dampoteket, which is kind of my local webshop (just a 20 minute drive from here), I noticed something that kind of looked like the Coil Master: The Heatvape RDA Coiler. It also looked like they've kind of solved the problem I mentioned above: how to carry it around without looking the rods. I talked to Birger, who runs Dampoteket, just to ask him a bit how it worked and he offered to send me one for review. (Thanks for this, Birger).
Again, I'm not sure if I should call this a review, as it's more like a product recommendation. Cause the Heatvape RDA Coiler works pretty much the same way as the Coil Master (and probably a lot of other coiling tools out there), but it has a nice feature that makes me prefer it: It's hollow so you can store the rods inside which, in my opinion, makes it better. And it's cheaper as well, around £8-10 here in Norway at least. You get 5 rods (and matching insets, which is also stored inside the device): 3.5mm, 3.2mm, 2.5mm, 1.6mm and 1.0mm. Now, it's still possible to loose these rods, cause they'll slide out pretty fast when you open the device to take them out, but once you've finally found the little bastards on the floor you'll hopefully learn which way you should hold it when you unscrew the little cap. All in all, a very handy little tool for people who build their own coils. I'm starting to see a lot of different versions of these around now, maybe some of others also have that same idea of storing the rods inside the device, but I have no problems recommending the Heatvape RDA Coiler. The only thing I can think of that would make this even better is if they had offered some more different diameters (1.2 and 3.0 would be great).
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