Keep Your Finger On The Pulse 24 BF RDA by Vandy Vape and Tony B:
Like Samuel L. Jackson said, “Hold onto your butts”, because it’s about to get real. The game changing Pulse 22 BF RDA has a bigger brother that’s finally come home after 4 long years at Vape University. It’s got a Bachelor's degree in chugging e-liquid and a Master’s in vaping faces off! Let’s dig in and find out what makes this thing tick. Differently.
Postless Dual Coil Build Deck
The first major difference between the Pulse 22 and 24 is the build deck. It still retains that lovely gold plated luster and the postless design, but now it can fit an extra coil. The short and sweet is that it will make even more clouds and push even more flavor into your mouth. When the Pulse first came out it was branded as a squonk RDA first and whatever else you want to use it for after. The thing that set it apart from other RDAs with squonk pins was the separate juice wells. That has returned, but with the bigger deck space, an adjustment had to be made in the squonk channel area. They ended up making the channel longer so that e-liquid is delivered to the separate wells more efficiently than ever.
If you remember from the first rendition, there were these little tabs and notches that you had to lineup when putting your top cap on. This tab and notch system not only made sure you didn’t turn your fancy fused clapton coil into a Picasso painting, but, it actually made sure the airflow system would direct itself perfectly at the coil. The notch system has received a bit of an upgrade with the new version and now helps to actually lock your top cap in place. The best part is that when everything's said and done with the top cap, you have virtually leak resistant RDA. The e-liquid would be on a zombie apocalypse level quarantine, is what I’m tryin’ to say. Good thing because I wouldn’t want to spill all this Sugar Lips E-Liquid by Blue Pucker all over the place, it’s too damn good and deserves better.
You member that airflow from the other Pulse, right? I mean that’s what sold me on it in the first place. It wasn’t the first RDA to do it, but so far, it’s done it the best. The thing that makes it so special is the way it directs the air. There are two tubes on either side of the top cap that are pointed directly where you should build your coil. Depending on the way you build your coil, the airflow will hit the sides and bottom, the top or all the way underneath. I personally like it to hit my coils at the side and underneath. I found the best combination of clouds and flavor lives there. Another great thing is that the airflow can be adjusted, so if you’re not a fan of grand canyon airflow, just dial it back a bit.