VP Accessory Review: nexMESH by OFRF (Using the Profile RDA by Wotofo)

OFRF are a Chinese company based in Shenzhen. They are a new company which have come on to the market with three products, nexMESH, a single coil RTA and the nexMESH Sub-ohm Tank (review coming soon).

I was contacted by Shek who is the co-founder of the company, a guy I had met previously at a UK Expo when he worked for another company. I was asked and sent out   the GEAR RTA (click here for my review) and some nexMESH which is what I have for you today. Both were sent for the purpose of review.

nexMESH

 

On the left NexMESH, on the right mesh that came from Wotofo with the Profile RDA

 

What comes in the box:

  • 1 x Profile RDA
  • 1 x User Manual
  • 1 x 6mm Cotton Threads
  • 1 x Extra 810 Drip Tip
  • 1 x Bending Tool
  • 1 x Clapton Coil
  • 2 x Mesh Style Coil Sheets
  • 1 x Spare O-rings & Screws
  • 1 x Screwdriver

 

Taking a look at the box

The size of the device:

  • Height – 32.5mm
  • Width – 24mm

Taking a look at the device

Looking at the images below you will see the top cap, the name of the RDA is engraved into the side of it. The drip tip is a goon style 810 fitting. The airflow is a nineteen hole honeycomb style, which is adjustable.

On the base you will find the names of the company, RDA and the designer engraved. The 510 pin is adjustable and protruding. The squonking 510 pin is pre-installed on arrival with a standard 510 pin coming in the spares bag.

The images below show the deck using a double clamp system to hold the mesh (or coils). In the centre you can see a shaped white insulator which is sprung mounted with the hole for the juice to arrive via squonking. In the juice well the names of the company and the designer are engraved (one on either side). The last image shows you the inside of the top cap and how the airflow adjustment works. I am able to shut off the whole top row of air holes or close down larger blocks of air holes.

In the images below you can see me using the Wotofo tool for bending the mesh and then installing the mesh into the Profile RDA. 

In the images below you can see me using the Wotofo 6mm threads to wick the RDA. This is one of two methods I used during testing. This one is a method I was intrigued by, after inserting the cotton I trimmed and fluffy equal lengths on both sides. I then divided the cotton in half, a top half and a bottom half. I cut away, as close to the mesh as I could, the bottom half. I then folded over and tucked in the top half of the cotton.

The other method I used and more commonly known, is once you have inserted the cotton is to make a diagonal cut from the top of the mesh down leaving the bottom of the cotton at its longest. It is then tucked in.

I didn’t feel much difference between the two methods – the diagonal cut method takes less time.

Thoughts and Conclusions

Obviously I need to talk about the mesh first and in all honest there aren’t major differences. However there are subtle differences that need to be noted with the Nex mesh I found that I was getting a slightly fuller flavour and also found that it was picking up flavour notes better in more complex juices.

Vapour production, possibly better but not so much so that I felt that I can say it with confidence. I also found that I wasn’t getting any spit back from the Nex mesh, which I did get a little back from the regular mesh. 

Pros

  • Great full flavour
  • Great vapour production
  • Quick and easy to use

Cons

  • I couldn’t find any

If you require further information on OFRF.

You can do this by going to http://www.OFRF.com or click here.

You can also find them on social media;

Instagram: @OFRFBrand

Twitter: @OFRFBrand

Facebook: /OFRFcom

I really like the Profile RDA a lovely device, though I did a lot of the testing as a standard RDA I also put the squonk pin back in to see how it worked squonking. It does work much better with the juice fed from the bottom than dripping. Cleverly they sprung loaded the insulator below the cotton and so it keeps the cotton well pressed up against the mesh. I remember this being a problem with the original Mesh RDA done by Vandy Vape. I found that the Wotofo 6mm cotton threads work excellently with this. Personally I would have liked just a little more airflow as I feel slightly restricted – but not in a bad way.

Pros

  • Great design
  • Innovative sprung loaded insulator
  • Great flavour
  • Great vapour production
  • Easy to build on

Cons

  • I don’t think there are any

 

If you require further information on Wotofo and the Profile RDA.

You can do this by going to http://www.Wotofo.com or click here.

You can also find them on social media;

Instagram: @WotofoOfficial

Twitter: @WotofoOfficial

Facebook: /WotofoOfficial

I’d like to say thank you to Shek of OFRF for sending me these accessories and the RDA for review.

If you have enjoyed reading this review then please click the like button at the bottom and please leave a comment it would be good to hear your thoughts.

If you think that there is a juice/vendor out there that you think I should try or you are a company and would like me to do a review, you can contact me via the following:

Email: hello@vapingpogonophile.com

Twitter: @v_pogonophile

Instagram: @vapingpogonophile

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Website: www.vapingpogonophile.com

 

Have a dapper day cloud chasers!

I try to write my review to be compliant with the TPD/TRPR regulations that came into force on the 20/05/17. If you would like any further details on the regulations, please click here.

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