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Bullet RDA by Infinite/Sparkle

Bullet RDA by Infinite/Sparkle


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Sparkle is a new subsidiary of Infinite. Infinite’s engineers were behind the new Bullet RDA. The Bullet RDA from Infinite comes with a internal PEEK components. 100% PEEK internal discs route the vapor through the barrel. The base is PEEK too, for better thermal regulation.

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The Bullet RDA is a new atomizer built by Infinite. They are a well-known RDA manufacturer, with rebuildables like the CLT line of products. Infinite was known as having one of the best quality control systems in the industry. Their QC was top notch, resulting in great reliability.

Their CLT line of atomizers had rave reviews, each time they were released. Infinite is now called Sparkle Tech, but the engineers behind the two separate companies are the same. The Bullet has a PEEK base and PEEK internal components. Internal components are discs made of PEEK that swirl vapor within the barrel.

Finished in 303 stainless steel. Imported. Comes with one RDA and white delrin dip tip adapter. A metal keychain screwdriver and replacement screws and o-rings are also included. Comes in a blue gift box with a magnetic clasp.

Features of the Bullet RDA include:

  • 12 different adjustable airflow combinations.
  • Built by Infinite, very durable RDA.
  • 22mm diameter.
  • Copper adjustable 510 connector.
  • PEEK internal AFC rings and base for optimal thermal regulation.
  • Engineered to create a vortex inside the chamber.
  • 303 grade stainless steel.
  • Solid three post setup for durability on dual or single coil builds.
  • Posts are squared for even better reliability.

Additional information

Weight 5 oz

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  1. Adel

    3 out of 5 Great idea, but

    As always Infinite brings exceptional workmanship to the table. Airflow is remarkable, but I can’t use it long enough to really get a good flavor profile out of it. The machine oil that they use when making these RDA’s is impenetrable. I have tried everything but lacquer thinner. The other problem that I keep having is the peek base is really not worth having. The only thing I can think that is happening is that instead of the heat dissipating through the mod itself it is going straight to the 510 and causing the mod to show a temp error. Have tried it on both my IPV3 and IPV4. whilst not being good for anything thicker than 26ga kanthal works great with 28 ga NI200. I think I am going to say 3 just because it is supposed to be a cloud chasers dream but cant back it up.

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  2. Robert

    5 out of 5 Amazing, but it takes a bit of work to understand it.

    I love this RDA, I grabbed this (IIRC) the day I saw it in stock. The airflow takes a bit of understanding.. It sucks to do, but if you go watch a few videos on fluid dynamics, you can tweak this around to REALLY get an amazing vape, and tailor it to your needs.

    Also a quick tip to Adel incase you see this, try using some palm olive with oxyclean. let it soak for about 15 minutes to an hour. Make SURE you get that 510 rinsed off and dry asap. But that worked for me perfectly. Never doubt the powers of dish soap! heheh.. I’ve personally had no issues with the bottom insulator at all despite it being ugly. I’ve seen this comment a few times however, so I might have gotten lucky. Adding notches would have really helped so air could get under the peak itself. Also (You PROBABLY tried this..) but you CAN remove those delrin inserts to help with cloud production. Of course you’re really killing flavor at this point, and you’re left with every other rda out there. 🙁

    (I’d suggest looking carefully at a mephisto and maybe trying to cut the bottom insulator to be similar.. But if it goes wrong.. That’ll make for an unhappy day.

    But either way.. In the end it’s an atomizer that you MIGHT hate at first, but with a bit of work, it can quickly become a favorite. It’s not without flaws, but for me, with some work.. it now shines.

    Thank you as always to originvape.

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