The Pharaoh Dripper Tank by Digiflavor
Posted on 24 October 2016
Sometimes I look at some of these devices coming out and I just ask myself, Why? We already have that and this is just another rendition of a similar successful device. But not this one!
This is seriously a revolutionary device when it comes to RDTA’s. Digiflavor brings us, The Pharaoh Dripper Tank aka The Rip Dripper! Why do I call it the “Rip Dripper”? Well, it was co-designed by the world famous Rip Trippers. You know, the guy that’s synonymous with vaping and build/review videos. If you haven’t heard of him you probably live under a rock in Sweet Lips, Tennessee. (It’s a real place) So now, in the words of all the great reviewers, “Let’s dive down and have a look at this.”
So a famous group of people, Digiflavor a branch of Geek Vape, and a famous reviewer/builder designed this thing, what does that mean? It means a lot of long winded technical hype blah blah blah. Wrong, you should know better than that by now! I’m just going to tell you my favorite features in hopes that you will pick one up for yourself and give it a shot. I was a huge fan of the Goon RDA when it came out, I mean it had a huge building area and the clamp system was really cool because it allowed for those super flat and thick builds. As you can see in the picture above the Pharaoh offers a clamp system as well, but, it’s spring-loaded. A little more practical than a spring loaded remote launcher that shoots the remote into your hand because you're too lazy to get up and get it. I still wish I has one of those though. This spring-loaded clamp system, paired with the massive build area, makes for building single or multiple coil builds a breeze. Easy Peasy What a Sleazy! The 2ml capacity e-liquid reservoir takes up the whole bottom floor of the tank so if you just drip on one side your juice will level itself out. The bottom airflow on this thing is awesome too, we will get into that in-depth a bit later though. The catch cup that's installed on the inside of the top cap is an added safety net for when you lay your mod on it’s side, it makes sure to keep all that tasty juice inside the tank and not in your hand.
The Clouds, The Flavor
One or the other, or both? Whether you’re into cloud chasing, not to be confused with chasing the dragon, or flavor chasing, not to be confused with being a weirdo, this tank delivers both with a simple click or clicks of the airflow control ring. I have to say that I am personally a huge fan of the AFC ring because it's clicky and I like that. Look at the diagram above to follow along with my next explanation. With one air slot open you get massive flavor, with three air slots open you get huge clouds and with two air slots open you become one with the universe and are finally able to reach that place of spiritual enlightenment.
This Pharaoh drip tank is awesome. (Humble Opinion) I have been using it for a few days now and really don’t have any complaints. The only thing that I could see that would be a didgeridoo (pronounced di-jer-e-doo) for some people is the fact that the cap is threaded. I get that it is designed that way as an added layer of spill protection but if you are OCD like me and have to take the cap off to drip then I guess it could be slightly cumbersome. At the same time the juice lasts and lasts in the reservoir so you won’t have to worry about taking the cap off much. I almost forgot to mention, this is a 25mm diameter tank so make sure your mod can handle the Pharaoh.
This tank is a great option for anyone that builds and even if you don’t build your own coils by some pre-made coils by JONSENBUILDS and slap ‘em in. But if spiritual enlightenment is not your thing then just keep doing yoga (intense stretching) and see if the downward dog peels your banana instead.
You can purchase the Pharaoh Dripper Tank here:
If you haven’t checked out Rip’s breakdown of the Pharaoh Dripper Tank click the link and peep it.
Written by: K. Simpson