The Vaporshark rDNA is an American made 40W device that takes a single 18650 battery and has wireless charging. This kit also comes with a Russian 91% tank (a popular Kayfun clone), a skin to protect the device and a free bottle of e-liquid.
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Pro Litterally comes with everything needed to get started
This starter kit offered by Vaporshark has every single thing a user would need to get started. The tank comes with 1m length of free coil and wicking material as well as comes with a free bottle of juice (users choice).
Pro Uses Evolve DNA 40 board
The Vaporshark rDNA 40 uses an Evolv DNA 40 board for its power regulation. This particular board has built in temperature protection when using nickel wire for its coils. There is also a pre-heat and step up/down topology.
Pro Russian 91%
The Russian 91% is a clone of the popular Kayfun Lite that come sin a finish of black or polished metal. It can be used as a RTA or RBA depending on the users preference.
Pro Wireless charging
Vaporshark adds an extra chip to the main Evolv rDNA board that allows the device to charge wirelessly
Con Paint peels too easily
Vaporshark uses a poor coating process to paint its devices and because of this the paint will chip fairly easily. Skins or wraps are definitely recommended when using this device.
Con Wireless charging causes device to get hot
A side effect of wireless charging on the Vaporshark rDNA40 is that the device gets hot. This can cause condensation to form around the screen as well as improper temperature reporting of the sensitive DNA 40 chip when using nickel builds.
Con Battery reporting is no good
The battery reporting on the Evolv DNA 40 chip is pretty poor. The device constantly shows a full charge untill right before it has no charge. Completely useless is another way to describe it.