Review of the Wotofo SRPNT RDA

The SRPNT RDA was sent to me for review from Wotofo way back in 2021. So this is a bit of a throwback, but you can still find them for sale online, even directly from Wotofo. This can be used as either a single or dual coil RDA, and Wotofo says it offers a good balance between large and small, and by that, they mean the coils.


  • Supports Dual and Single Coil builds
  • Stainless Steel body
  • 24mm diameter, 22.7mm tall without the drip tip, ~29.7mm with the drip tip
  • Colors: Black, Stainless Steel, Gunmetal, Blue, Gold, and Rainbow
  • MSRP was $34.95 but now you can find it around $25

In The Box

  • 1 x 5mm Dual Core Fused Clapton Coil
  • 2 x 3mm Framed Staple Clapton
  • 1 x 5mm thick cotton strip
  • 2 x 3mm thick cotton strip
  • Parts and accessories


In my opinion, the SRPNT is a relatively plain-looking RDA, which I kinda like. There’s not a lot happening with the design on the outside so it’s not too busy or gaudy. It has an etched SRPNT logo, some knurling on the top cap, and a resin marble-style drip tip.

Drip Tip

The drip tip is a great looking 810 resin tip. It’s thick and comfortable to use.

Top Cap and Airflow Control

The top cap clicks into place in the barrel and won’t accidentally fall out on you. That click is really nice. The o-ring is a little snug at first but it loosens up and gets easier to turn to adjust the airflow.

The top cap has several airflow holes built into it that line up to the holes in the barrel.

There are three sets to pick from.

  • Four holes, 1.9mm
  • Four holes, 1.6mm
  • Two holes, 1.9mm

And you can close each of those sets of holes to find the proper airflow you like.

With the widest airflow option, you can get a nice big lung hit. It’s not fully open like where you could breathe right through it though, so there is some restriction. With the 1.6mm holes open, you get a slight restriction on the lung hit. And with the two-hole option, it becomes a much more restricted lung hit. The two-hole option is too restricted for me, but I like that it makes such a noticeable difference.


The barrel has four airflow holes on each side, so eight in all.

The barrel locks in place on the deck, so it’ll always line up perfectly with the airflow holes.

The Deck

The build deck looks quite intricate, but it’s straightforward to use. You have four posts, two on each side, and airflow holes in between the posts. The airflow comes in beneath the coil and directs the airflow around the coils and up to the mouthpiece.

Since the coils are placed in the middle of the deck, you’re able to build this with either a single coil or dual coils. Wotofo recommends 5mm diameter coils for a single coil build or 3mm or less if you’re using dual coils.

Here are the specs of the included cotton and coils, in case you want to rebuild your own.

5mm ID Dual Core Fused Clapton

  • Material: Ni80
  • Resistance: 0.65Ω (single build)
  • Inner Core: 26Gx2
  • Outer Wire: 38G
  • Internal Diameter: 5mm
  • Best At: 76W (single build)

3mm ID Framed Staple Clapton

  • Material: Ni80
  • Resistance: 0.17Ω (dual build)
  • Inner Core: 28G+38Gx9+28G
  • Outer Wire: 36G
  • Internal Diameter: 3mm
  • Best At: 60-75W (dual build)

I know some hobbyists like to use specs like these for their own builds, so I hope that’s helpful. But even if you do buy these from Wotofo, it’s good to know the suggested wattage.

The deck is easy enough to build. The coils that come in the box are set up for easy installation so the coil leads are already facing the right direction. If you’re using dual coils, both leads point in the same direction. And if you’re using a single coil, the leads point in opposite directions.

You can put the coils in however you want since you can bend the leads and position the coils in the right place, but the best way for this RDA is to install the coils with the leads at the bottom of the coil, rather than the top. It’ll make it easier to position the coil in the correct position to meet the airflow.

When you clip the leads on the coils, make sure you clip them as close to the posts as you can. If you have too much sticking out, the top cap will catch on them, and you’ll probably get a short when you try to use the RDA.

The posts sit a little higher than most RDAs. Not by much but you’ll need to make sure you leave your wicks a little longer to be able to reach the liquid well. I cut them a few millimeters wider than the diameter of the RDA base.

This is a nice RDA that you can just dump liquid into from the drip tip without having to take the top cap off, which I love. You can’t dump too much or it’ll flood out of the airflow holes, but I haven’t had a problem with it. You can dump a good amount in there.


This RDA has very good flavor with both dual coil and single coil builds. Personally, I think think the dual coil build has better flavor, but the single coil build is almost as good. It’s hardly noticeable. I’ve been really happy with the flavor of both.

Final Thoughts

The SRPNT RDA is great. It’s not too flashy and looks good, it’s easy to build, it has a squonk pin if you want it, the airflow holes work really well, all of the airflow options make a difference, and most importantly, the flavor is excellent. I’m a big fan of this one. And I love that Wotofo is still making RDAs for the hobbyist crowd. For those of you tired of pod systems, this is a good one to pick up.

The SRPNT RDA was sent to me for review from, and you can pick on up for around $24.95

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