This was my first RDA, and I will always have a soft spot for it.
Material: Stainless Steel
Length: 25mm (~0.98″)
Diameter: 20mm (~0.79″)
Battery Connection: 510
Number of posts: 2
Post holes: NO
Number of air holes: 1
Diameter of air hole(s): ~1mm
What’s in the box:
- 1 IGO-L RDA deck
- 1 IGO-L RDA top cap
- 1 bag of spare parts (2 o-rings, 1 extra post screw, small piece of wick, small piece of wire)
Some retailers include the spare parts baggie, some do not. The actual price for these guys ranges from about $12 to $25 depending on vendor (available here, among others).
- Simple, easy to get working.
- Spacious drip well makes dripping super easy.
- Large deck (this is relative with RDA’s).
- Philips head post screws, no allen wrench to fool with.
The IGO-L is simple to set up, and is a fantastic RDA for someone just getting into rebuildables. There is lots of room to work with on the deck and in the cap, making this one of the easier RDAs to build on.
- No post holes.
- Only 2 posts.
- ~1mm air hole creates a very tight draw.
The only thing that I really want to see in the IGO-L is post holes. They just make attaching coils so much easier.
That single ~1mm air hole is going to limit your cloud chasing. While I’ve seen people bore these out huge, it seems that the sweet spot for most people is somewhere between 1.4 and 1.6mm. That’s not a huge change from the stock air hole, but it makes worlds of difference when it comes to the vapor produced.
I’ve also seen people drill out a second 1mm air hole either right above or right next to the stock hole. This is kinda personal preference as to which mod you would enjoy more.
One of the neat things about the IGO-L is that the cap is made entirely of stainless steel, which will colorize at high temperatures. The picture above is a colorized and bored out IGO-L produced by Slumberland Indistries (available here).
This is just an example, but other colors are easily done.
All in all I think the IGO-L is possibly the perfect starter RDA, and I find myself reaching for it more often than some other far more expensive RDAs.