NCR Nicotine Reinforcer RDA

The Nicotine Reinforcer RDA by NCR Previewed

Well this is exciting! The NCR Nicotine Reinforcer RDA – is a new style of Sub Ohm vaping tank – which is coil free!

This uses a ceramic wafer which heats up the E-liquid rather than a coil. This still needs wicking material – i.e. cotton. This apparently gives a strengthened nicotine effect for the vaper.

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NCR Deck

The wafer is around 0.4-0.5ohm resistance and promises to last for 600,000 uses.

The outer shell is a frosted white finish with venting holes.
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To use you install the wafer into the slot in the deck and secure with allen head screw. Use some cotton – preferably organic cotton and fold the strips and cover the wafer from the top. Insert the ends of the cotton into the deck to absorb the liquid.

An aluminium shell is fitted over the cotton to hold it in place.

NCR Dismantled

You can clean the wafer by removing the wicking material, putting it on a mod and dry burning at 30-40W. Also a fine sandpaper can be used to remove any stubborn deposits on the wafer. Once clean you add new wicking material and off you go!

It is recommended to use the NCR Nicotine Reinforcer RDA on a mod which has the facility to adjust power output curves. It is recommended to set a high wattage (70-80W) at the firing stage for around 0.5-1 second. Then drop the wattage to around 40-50W to continue the firing.

Kit Includes

  • NCR Nicotine Reinforcer RDA
  • Tool Pack

NCR Box

NCR Nicotine Reinforcer RDA Specs

  • Size: 24(D) x 40mm (H) (with 510 thread)
  • WAFER Heater Resistance: 0.4-0.5ohm
  • Thread: 510 thread
  • Colour: White
  • Coil-free Design, No Wire Building
  • 600,000 Times Cycle-use WAFER Heater (0.4-0.5ohm resistance)
  • Visible Outer Cover with Venting Holes
  • Strengthened Nicotine Effect
  • Easy self-cleaning

There is not much detail about this online and I cannot seem to find “NCR” as a manufacturer either so it is only showing up on retailer sites at the moment.

This isn’t cheap either – some of the pre-order prices look good – but the full retail price is a bit scary! But if you can use the wafer for long periods and are not buying coils this might work out economical.

This is pre-order and the release date appears to be early-mid December – will it be here in time for Santa to bring it down your chimney?

Michelle
My name is Michelle - I am 43 and an engineer and Technical Author by trade. I started vaping many years ago in the days of Tornado tanks, Ego batteries and Variable Voltage. My journey in vaping began again last year and have started to move up in the shiny shiny gadget department and love vaping! I have finally stopped smoking as of February 2018 and that is all thanks to vaping! I am a huge dog lover and volunteer for my local dog rescue.

6 COMMENTS

  1. The RDA uses aluminium nitrite in its heating element.
    A powder which is toxic and if breathed in can cause brain and nerve damage.
    Another company who tried the same sort of thing got in

    In short: I would rather breathe in the fumes that come out of a crack wh**re’s crack, than vape off this piece of crap.
    I boycotted a local ecig shop near me for trying to push this on me, along with other stuff they’ve been selling to people including mech’s to new starters.

    • It all sounded so good in theory but it seems now the materials used are not looking to be safe are they.
      I know I wouldnt try one!
      However I do try to be impartial and give the facts I could find at the time but it is now coming to light this is not looking to be a good buy!

  2. I got this tank, Wish I done some research on some others as I am not blown away by this.
    Cons: Poor Air flow, Cotton drys out really quickly, Self cleaning is not really great, Plastic casing on the tank slowly degrading.
    Pros: quick to change the cotton, Fits in the rubbish bin perfectly.

    • Hmm I have read a few people saying similar things – and of course there is the issue of whether this material is safe to use in the long term.
      I did like the idea of this to start with but from what I have seen online its not as practical as it could have been.
      What a shame isnt it Nick 🙁

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