Digiflavor Pharaoh RDA full review

Digiflavor Pharaoh RDA

Designed by Rip Trippers and made by Digiflavor, this RDA is by far one of the best for flavor and it’s pretty ingenious. You can fit all sort of coils inside, from the simplest Kanthal or SS builds to staggered fused Claptons and get incredible vapor each time. The Digiflavor Pharaoh RDA is in my opinion a revolutionary atomizer built for intensive use and it’s virtually leak proof.


Digiflavor Pharaoh RDA boxIt comes packed in a lovely black gift box and it’s available in two different colors – black and stainless steel. Inside you get the assembled Digiflavor Pharaoh RDA, a spare any spit-back Delrin drip tip, a T-shaped screwdriver/Allen key and a bag of spares. Here you have multiple O-rings and seals and even two extra post screws in case the original ones get stripped.


Design wise, the Digiflavor Pharaoh RDA is pretty unique and it’s made from top quality materials. It feels incredibly solid and well built and the threads are buttery smooth. With a total height of 35mm without the drip tip and a 25mm diameter, it’s kind of big in comparison to my other RDAs but it does an excellent job at chucking flavorful clouds.

Digiflavor Pharaoh RDA blackThe wide bore drip tip that comes on top of the Pharaoh has a 11mm opening and it’s intended for flavor and vapor. It also comes with a special kind of drip tip that has a screen on the bottom to prevent spit back and they both do the job perfectly. The build deck has that clamp mechanism we’ve seen on the Goon but the posts are spring loaded so you can mount the coils more easily. The airflow adjustment mechanism is placed only on the back of the atty, but it snaps in place with each setting.


On the Digiflavor Pharaoh RDA you mount the coil just on top of the three slotted airflow channel and this accounts for really intense flavor. The ends of the wire easily snap into place under the clamps and you can also use dual coils if you want to. You only need to tighten the screws, fiddle with the coil until it glows uniformly and you’re ready to wick. Here the deck is placed on top of the juice well so the wicks need to be long enough to touch the base.

This particular RDA holds a maximum of 3ml of e-juice, and that should be enough for more than 10 pulls even in dual coil configuration. You can partially close the juice slots and I would suggest always leaving some room for the cotton in order to wick properly. No worries about leaking however, because the top cap has a lip just under the drip tip and it will catch any juice even when holding the atty horizontally.


The only thing that I found a bit difficult was refilling the Digiflavor Pharaoh RDA without taking the Digiflavor Pharaoh RDA deckbarrel off. You have to hold it at an angle and pour 10-15 drops on each side, but I would rather just unscrew the top cap and fill it with direct access to the slots. Other than that, it’s one of the best rebuildable dripping atomizer designs I’ve encountered so far.


Flavor on the Digiflavor Pharaoh RDA is stellar even with simple builds and it becomes even more impressive once you mount a Clapton inside. Vapor production is also impressive and it’s one of those atties that rarely lets you down. No leaks, no dry hits and exceptional vape quality with every puff. Outstanding job from Rip Trippers and Digiflavor, I give you that!