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Trident v2 RDA Clone by EHPro

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$21.99 (You save $12.49)
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    The EHPro Trident v2 (clone) is a high quality Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer ( RDA ) that has all the features of the Trident v1 with an updated design!

    Rebuildable Atomizers are for the vaping enthusiast and will allow you to build your own coil and wicking system.

    The Trident v2 has an adjustable copper center pin and a built-in airflow controller that has spinning ring to allow for easy adjustments.

    It also has a triple post design which will allow you to easily build single and dual coils.

    Available in a stainless steel finish.

    For best results, we recommend to wash the entire Atomizer before use.

    EHPro Trident v2 Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer Features

    • Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer
    • Stainless Steel Body
    • Triple Post Design
    • Built-in Adjustable Airflow
    • Can be built with Single or Dual Coils (Extra Negative Post)
    • Can be built with Silica, Ekowool, Rayon & Organic Cotton
    • Flat-head screw for positive and negative posts
    • Single O-Ring Cap
    • 510 threaded to allow use on most APVs / MODs, 510, and eGo threaded devices
    • Matching Stainless Steel Drip Tip included and can also be used with most '510' Drip Tips

    Box Contents

    • 1x EHPro Trident v2 (clone) Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer
    • 1x Stainless Steel Drip Tip

    IMPORTANT NOTE: The Trident v2 Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer ( RDAs ) are for EXPERTS and ARE NOT recommended for average users or beginners.  The use and knowledge of how to properly test for shorts with a multimeter is a very important factor when building your own coils and wicks.  WE DO NOT OFFER ANY WARRANY, REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES ON ANY REBUILDABLE ATOMIZERS DUE TO THE NATURE OF THESE PRODUCTS.


    1. Coils must be tested carefully with a multimeter before use.
    2. If Coil is not properly tested it will be a risk to the user to do so.
    3. Faulty Coils CAN kill electronic devices.
    4. New Coil units must be tested and then used on a strong basic electrical APV / MOD that has short protection.
    5. No new Coil assembly should be used on an electronic device until it is known to be safe.
    6. These items destroy electronic devices if not properly built.  This is a known issue.

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    1. For what it's worth  star rating

      Posted by Unknown on 5th May 2014

      You're getting a damn good atomizer for the price, I really like the adjustable airflow and just the over all construction of the device

      Only complaint I had to replace the screws it came with for more shallow (shorter) screws just because it would thread on funny when I had put wire through it ... Only preference


    2. Not bad  star rating

      Posted by William on 11th Apr 2014

      I bought this and I have to say it's not bad at all. I just noticed that last review and thankfully I didn't see that before I ordered because that would've had me wondering if I should. Mine actually sits flush on all 3 of my mods. I wish I could respond to that guy to tell him that he might need to adjust his mod's pins, but oh well. I'll leave that to you guys. I was able to build a nice dual 26 gauge on this lil guy. That is my only gripe with this atty. It's pretty small, so with my builds it makes the whole atty real hot. I'm not used to that on my nimbus. It might be okay if you run an build/ohm that doesn't get too hot. I hope their next version is 22mm. I'm still happy with this since I didn't spend too much on it and didn't have to wait long for it. Cheers!

    3. Clone review- This doesn't speak to the original  star rating

      Posted by Sardonick on 3rd Apr 2014

      I'm only talking about the clone of the Trident V2 because that's all I have. Why 3 stars? Because the things that should be better are not. The 510 center pin at the bottom looks great, but it sticks out WAY to far. Causes almost 2mm gap on most devices if you put the atty on just to connection. You would think it is adjustable, and it is, outward. Inward at its tightest, it's still sticking out too far. Dremel time, but I should not have to.

      The air hole gimmick is ok, you have to unscrew the cap to move the ring adjuster, and when you get the right draw, tighten the cap down and the airflow will stay put. Whatever. That's subjective and I don't mind it either way. It works. It will leak if you over fill it, like most RDA's, but it's more manageable than some.

      The post nuts are silly. Looks cool to have slots, but the nuts need to be philips not slotted. Otherwise, having slots in the posts to capture the wire works well, and quick. Building is quick regardless.

      O-RING MAN, it's not curing the national debt, ease up! This O-ring is so tight I thought the darn thing screwed on for a minute. TOO tight. Even lubed with e-juice it's too much. This is dumb. It's not rocket science to test things stuff out and you can find a happy medium without ripping the top of your device off.

      Drip tip that comes with it is nice. The whole thing looks good, but I still like the V1 better.
      Performance is the same as any other similar atty, they can change the tops and caps but the decks are decks and the coils are your choice, so it works as well as you make your coil/wick.

      Yes. I still like it, even with all the gripes. It's inexpensive and I didn't pay the bloated, pompous 90 bucks for the "real" chinese thing. So yea. The V3 better have smaller o-rings and a better center post or it'll be my last. At any rate, ECV is awesome. That's what counts. This atty in the current clone iteration is worth about 10 bucks.....unless I got a dud, in which case your mileage may vary.


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