Noxus RDA Clone $9.99

Noxus RDA

Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer

The Noxus RDA clone is now available for purchase through AngelCigs for just $9.99. This atomizer looks like a collision of bottom airflow and square RDA’s. Hopefully it performs like both and provides some killer flavor and decent vapor production.

Square, or cube, rebuildable atomizers have been around for a while. The reason that they have stuck around is because they provide insane flavor. Bottom airflow RDA’s have also been around for a while for that same reason. Being that the Noxus is a combination of the two, it only makes sense that it provides the same result.

The Noxus RDA is a stainless steel three-post atomizer that sports a nice deep juice well and center-placed bottom airflow slots. It also sports an adjustable magnetic top cap, which is something you don’t see in most RDA’s.

All-in-all, the Noxus RDA clone seems like a pretty cool and unique atomizer. If you are in the market for a new cube RDA, you should check this out. Do not miss out on this killer deal from AngelCigs. Pick up your own Noxus RDA clone for just $9.99, and as always, vape on.

Get This Deal!

Noxus Features

  • POM wide bore drip tip
  • Adjustable magnet top cap design
  • Triple posts design for single or dual coil build
  • Adjustable airflow control (2 huge air slits on the bottom)
  • Deep juice well
  • 510 threading connection
  • Adjustable copper center screw

I am a vape enthusiast that lives in Charlotte, NC. I have been vaping for about three years now, and I have been working in the industry for a little over a year. I started working in the industry in order to help people get off the stinky's, and what better way to do that than by bringing vapers the best deals possible?

3 COMMENTS
  • Trent Cameron 08/26/2015

    HUGE PROBLEM
    You should look @ the airflow on this RDA. https://vapingcheap.com/noxus-rda-clone/
    It CAN NOT work. The airflow holes are cut straight out the bottom w/o any side access. So you would be sealing the airflow off when you screw it down. You would have to leave a large gap to use it. The slits in the botom of the top cap wouldn’t do anything either xD

    • Nathan 08/26/2015

      Looks like the 510 connection is a bit lower so the outer base with the air holes would not be sitting flush.

  • Trent Cameron 08/26/2015

    I see that now. Still 1mm of space doesn’t seem like much. Thanks for the update.

POST A COMMENT

Get Fast access to the latest deals

x
x