Limitless RDA Review (Color Changing)
This little beauty has dazzled and amazed me, as I’m sure it’s going to dazzle you. Is it worth all the hype, I hear you ask? Well, while there are a few kinks that need ironing out, this is one of the best RDA’s I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing. If you want to learn more, dive with me into the Color Changing Limitless RDA review.
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- It changes color
- Beautifully decorated
- Easy to build
- Bottom and top airflow
- Made in the US
- Quality materials
- Undercut for more wicking room
- Wide bore top cap
- Slightly pricey
- Only two extra O-rings
- Difficult to remove the sleeve
- No warranty
Limitless Color Changing RDA Review
The Color Changing Limitless RDA comes in a small plastic case and it’s protected by a foam cutout in which the atomizer itself sits flush. I have to emphasize that it was nicely packed and was delivered without a scratch. The plastic casing features manufacturer’s logo, Facebook page, and web address you can visit in case there are any problems.
On the side of it, you will see a disclaimer. It basically says that this atomizer is for experienced users only. I can’t stress this enough – don’t play around with RDA’s if you’ve never used or built one before! This is dangerous!
I’ll point out a few more RDA safety tips:
- Always test a rebuildable coil with a meter.
- Know how to use a meter!
- If you mess something up, it’s going to blow up your mod!
- Beginners should visit a vape shop to learn a few things before using this atomizer.
If you’re not an expert, visit your local vape shop and have someone show/teach you how to use this atomizer. It’s better to revisit several times and get the hang of building your own coils than risk blowing up your vape mod – or injuring yourself. Because this device is geared toward experienced users, it’s not covered with a warranty. This is understandable but still a shame – sometimes you can do everything just right and still end up with a faulty atomizer. However, keep this in mind. If you screw something up, a refund is nowhere to be found so you better know what you’re doing.
In the package, you’re going to get:
- Limitless RDA Wide Bore Top Cap
- Limitless RDA Sleeve
- Limitless RDA Deck
- 2 Extra O-Rings
- 3 Extra Phillip Screws
Color Changing Limitless RDA Features:
- Three piece design
- Three post deck
- Undercut for more building space
- Square positive post that prevents spinning
- Top and bottom airflow
- Adjustable bottom airflow
- Invertible sleeve
- Chuff style cap
- Stainless steel construction
- Copper contact pin
- 510 thread
- Negative posts milled to the deck
- Brass positive post
- Deep juice well
- Large holes
It Changes Color!
Limitless Color Changing rebuildable dripping atomizer comes in several different colors, three of which are color-changing! I know, it’s absolutely awesome and looks great up close and personal. But, I’m getting ahead of myself, so let’s pedal back a bit. The three noncolor-changing ones are Stainless Steel, White, Blue Cobra, and Black Bandana – they are your run-of-the-mill, no gimmicks options.
The three color-changing ones are Red Bandana, Zombie Green and Highlighter Yellow. Now, I’m a proud owner of the Zombie Green. This is how it works: the material is coated with a substance that has color-changing properties when exposed to heat. Basically, the heat from your coil is going to trigger the process and you will end up with a surprise after the first few puffs. Red Bandana changes color from burgundy to very, very intense red, Zombie Green goes from dark green to very nearly fluorescent green, and Highlighter Yellow makes the leap and changes from light green to bright yellow! Although this doesn’t add anything to the functionality of this atomizer, it’s a definite show-stopper when you’re out with a vaping crowd or trying to impress your friends! Both the sleeve and the top cap will change color and stay in sync.
Materials and Quality
There really isn’t much to say here. Limitless builds quality atomizer tanks and I have yet to encounter one of their products I didn’t like or one that I thought was made of crappy materials. The entire atomizer is made from surgical-grade stainless steel other than the parts that obviously couldn’t be made from it. So you will have a brass square center post and copper pin. The top cop is Delrin and it doesn’t heat up as much, which is always a nice touch.
Wide Bore Top Cap
This is a chuff style cap that’s made out of delrin. It’s very wide and secured to the sleeve with just one O-ring. This means it’s easy to take off, especially after you’ve given it a bit of a workaround with use. Personally, I love this style top cap. I believe it improves the flavor and even though I’ve been called mad because of it, I’m sticking to my guns. In my opinion, you get a lot more vapor with this top – and more vapor equals more flavor you’re enjoying.
Limitless RDA Sleeve
Limitless RDA sleeve is a work of art. It doesn’t only change color but it also has very intricate carvings on it, which are almost tribal. They are very tiny and not at all conspicuous but add a very nice touch. What can I say; I’m a sucker for design and I love it when manufacturers put in some of that extra effort into making visually appealing devices.
The sleeve is made from stainless steel and sits flush on the deck – and when I say flush, I mean flush! Removing the sleeve might be a bit of an issue for beginners – two O-rings keep it firmly in place. Go gently on it when trying to remove it. You really don’t want the spend this much money and end up damaging something because you’re not patient.
On the plus side, there’s no way this will ever leak. On the minus side, you’re going to have a tough time removing the sleeve and putting it back on. I recommend screwing the atomizer on the mod and then simply twisting the sleeve right from it – this isn’t easy either but it beats doing it unassisted; you’ll never get it off that way!
Limitless RDA Deck
The deck is undercut on the inside, just below the negative posts, which is great as it gives you more room for the wick. Of course, the e-juice well is extremely big in this case since the this RDA is considerably wide, which is always a plus.
In the middle of the deck we have a solid brass square post with a square peek insulator – the middle hole is 2.85 mm by 1.5 mm so there’s plenty of room for your coil there. Solid brass gives you maximum conductivity and it’s the go-to material for quality atomizer manufacturers, and we’re certainly talking about quality here. The square design eliminates spinning when you’re building the deck. Of course, this means that this is better for flatter builds.
The two negative posts are attached (milled) directly onto the deck and they measure exactly 2 mm. You’ll notice the undercut right below them and that’s where you will be tucking in your cotton. Posts come with three Phillip head screws – obviously, the center one is the biggest because it has the wider hole.
Top and Bottom Airflow
On the top of the deck, on the either side, there are three matching holes – those are bottom airflow holes – each airflow hole measures out at 2.215 mm and there are six of them – this means that you get plenty of airflow with this RDA.
Of course, if you want to restrict the airflow a bit you can simply twist the sleeve and block out two, four, or all six holes so there is no airflow at all – although I have no idea why someone would want to do that but you have an option.
More likely, those six holes won’t be enough for you. If that’s the case – if bottom airflow holes are not enough for you and you would like more airflow, you can flip the sleeve upside down and the slits on it will sit directly above the holes, giving you full top airflow. So you’re now using the entire sleeve slit as an air hole. Since there are no holes on the inside blocking suction, you’ll get plenty of air in the atomizer. I prefer to use it this way but you’ll want to experiment with that, of course.
Ease of Use and Build
Limitless RDA is clean and simple to use, with a few moving parts that are going to confuse you. The biggest problem for me was removing the sleeve; everything else is pretty much easy.
When it comes to building the deck, this is going to depend on your preferences so I won’t go into too much detail. What I would definitely advise is to make sure that your coils line up with the airflow slots. If you’re using the top slot, center them and push them up a tiny bit and if you’re using bottom airflow holes also center the coils but leave them parallel with the holes. I found that this allows for more vapor and better flavor.