If you’re looking for the best Christmas stocking stuffers this year, why not try a dead rabbit v2 Rda. This gift is perfect for people who don’t live near a craft store or who can’t wait until the big day arrives. If you’re one of those people who doesn’t think you have a chance to pull off a good gift, I just have the following to say. There’s a pretty much foolproof gift out there that will be ideal for any man on your list. It’s just a matter of knowing where to look.
Why should you get a dead rabbit rda if you don’t have a top airflow control ring? Well, one reason is that the air goes all around the toy making it easier to fill. Another reason is that the top airflow control ring is always on, so you never have to worry about it coming off or not working. The top airflow ring can be removed and washed if you so desire. This is great if you’re a really anal cleaner. A couple of my favorites include the Black Ice Rabbit, the Tungsten Rabbit and the Lazy River Rabbit.
Another option is to get a dead rabbit v2 with an open box that has four wicks. Four wicks are more than enough to give you the vapors you need. Another advantage to using these wicks is that they’re easy to fill and you don’t have to mess around with the coils. One thing you might want to look at though, is buying the same size coil as the original because the original coil is larger and can put more vapor into the air than the smaller coils.
The first thing you want to do when cleaning your dead rabbit v2 is to remove the front air plug. Then you want to take apart the original version and take out the two screws that hold the two halves of the tank together. You will then need to loosen the two screws that hold the tank in place. Once you have loosened these screws you can remove the tank from the original version and put it in the new dead rabbit v2.
After this you need to remove the drip tip from the v2. The original dead rabbit v2 was manufactured with a ceramic disc which allows for the wick to be vaporized at a high rate. To solve this problem the newer v2 models use an aluminum alloy wire. With the aluminum wire there is no chance of the wick burning up like it normally would with the ceramic disc. The other option is to replace the ceramic disc with a glass jar that you can purchase at your local pharmacy. After this step is completed, you should reinstall the two screws that are holding the tank in place on the side of the box.
Next you will need to remove the black cartridge that is located on the bottom of the unit. This part always seems kind of confusing because on many models the airflow controls are located this far down the line and are also sometimes hard to see. On some models it is located under the tank and others are located on the back of the box. If you have trouble finding the controls, it may be worth trying to find the screw and pulling out the cartridge. Once you have replaced the dead rabbit with the new one you will need to reassemble the dripping tray and put it back together.
There are a few different ways that you can flavor your RCD. With the original dead rabbit flavour you have the ability to adjust the airflow to the coils you are feeding your rabbit. The most common choice for this type of unit is to just set the airflow to let the flavour out through the perforated airways and by doing so you allow the juice to be extracted through the coils quickly and effectively.
If however you prefer a different temperature for your RCD you can change the airflow temperature knob on your unit. I personally prefer a Honeycomb airflow Chamber because the air is more turbulent and flows very well in this type of unit. If you prefer to keep the airflow at a constant temperature, you can set the airflow temperature knob to one notch lower than the Honeycomb configuration will work quite well with the airflow being constant. In any event the RCD is a great product for adding some extra flavouring to your rabbit’s fresh produce.