The HCigar Fodi 24 is 24mm in diameter, which is 2mm wider than the original Fodi. It now holds 3mL of juice, instead of 2mL. The Fodi 24 is constructed almost entirely of stainless steel, except for a few small parts. The tank is pyrex and the wide bore drip tip is made of delrin.
The previous Fodi had a traditional two-post deck, but HCigar has improved this on the Fodi 24. The deck is still a two-post design, but now it’s velocity style. Like the original, it can support both single and dual coils setups. The 510 pin is made of solid brass and is spring loaded.
The most unique thing about the Fodi 24 is the 32 air holes. If you build with coils that generate some serious heat, this could come in handy. Having so many options should allow you to dial in a very specific setting that’s perfectly suited to your vaping style, but it remains to be seen how well it works for flavor—but big vapor seems to be a given based on the design.
The HCigar Fodi 24 borrows inspiration from the other Genesis-style atomizers. With these type of devices, know that you might still need to tilt the tank to help saturate your wicks, and you may not want to leave this tank sitting on its side or you might end up with a puddle of juice. But that is par for the course with a lot of genny-style tanks.
And if the og Fodi is any indication of how the Fodi 24 will perform, your wicks shouldn’t be too thick or too long so that they can sit in the wick holes, and just hang down into the top part of your tank. This should provide optimal wicking and no dry hits.
The HCgiar Fodi 24 shares a lot of features with the original Fodi (22mm) RDTA, and also has a bunch of new ones, like the side airflow control, velocity style deck and wide bore drip tip. If you’re a fan of the Haze Dripper tank, or the Geekvape Avocado, then this one might be a good fit for you. But if you are leery of the leak, you may want to look into a different type of tank.