Tobeco Omerta RDA Clone – $6.99

Omerta RDA Clone

Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer

They have lowered the price on the Tobeco Omerta RDA Clone at 101Vape. Now you can pick one up for only $6.99 plus shipping, you can get one from Fasttech for $7.75 with free world wide shipping.

The authentic Omerta RDA is made by Critacal Minds and sells for $119.99 but you can get one for $149.99 here with coupon code “VC5″. The RDA features and innovative pie shaped deck for building vertical coils. Airflow on this device is a bit different from most atomizers, to increase flavor you use the top-fed airflow control but to produce larger clouds of vapor you should use the side airflow control. Reviews of this atomizer have been very positive.

The Omerta RDA Clone is a 1:1 copy made by Tobeco and has all the same features as the original. It’s made of stainless steel with a copper 510 center pin for improved conductivity. The deck offers 4 posts, 2 negative and 2 positive, this makes it a bit easier to build. The Omerta has a top airflow control and a side airflow control as well as a reduced chamber to maximize flavor. Choose from stainless steel or black versions.

Tobeco Omerta Clone $6.99

Omerta Clone $7.75 World-Wide

Omerta Clone Features:

  • Compatible with 510 drip tip (drip tip sold separately)
  • Unique single positive post with 2 positive terminals (Dual Positive and Negative Setup)
  • Posts material: Stainless steel
  • 2 types of airflow control (O-Ring Operated):
    • For flavor: Use top fed airflow control
    • For cloud chasing: Use side airflow control
  • Reduced chamber for maximum flavors
  • 510 threading connection (copper center screw)
  • 22mm diameter
  • Height without drip tip: 26mm
  • Laser engravings

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  • TheBison 03/16/2015

    I picked one of these up a while back. I never could get a build in that impressed me with the performance. I’m not going to say it is the atomizer, I was probably not using it to its potential. Maybe I’ll have to take it out and play some more.
    Anyone have any tips for this thing?


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