In this Rig Pig clone review, I let you peek at this gorgeous and affordable series mechanical mod. You can get the Rig Pig clone (with the Roughneck RDA) at just $35, while the authentic costs more than $230 for the mod alone.
The Rig Pig clone mod features:
- Brass construction for the body
- Spring-loaded top firing switch
- Powered by dual 18650 batteries
- Weighs a whopping 330g!
- 510 adapter for non-hybrid RDAs
The Roughneck RDA clone features:
- 24mm diameter hybrid connection
- Stainless steel construction
- Removable 10.7mm wide bore delrin driptip
- Adjustable airflow control
- Triple-post design for single or dual coil build
- 6.3mm deep juice wells
- Solid copper center pin
As I said, the clone comes as a kit, but you can also purchased just the mod if you want to.
WARNING: Using a series mechanical hybrid mod can be extremely dangerous if you are not sure what you’re getting into. You will need to learn Ohms law and battery safety basics before even attempting to get this Rig Pig clone.
Rig Pig Clone Pros
Alright, so without doubt this is a serious clone of the authentic Rig Pig by American Made Products (AMP). While I’m not sure which company cloned it, they certainly went to great lengths to making it as close as possible to being a 1:1 clone of the Rig Pig.
Here’s what I loved about it:
Build quality is excellent, and the materials appears to be what they say it is (although I have no way of being 100% certain)
- The switch works perfectly, firing is easy from the top with your thumb
- The spring tension is just perfect for me
- The battery door threading works great and easy to unscrew
- The Roughneck RDA is pretty well built too
- It looks rugged and mean, definitely a toy for big boys
- Enormous raw power than be scary to deal with
Rig Pig Clone Cons
Some stuff I did not like:
- It weighs a tons, and is HUGE – compared to the tiny but equally powerful Noisy Cricket
- I don’t quite like the triple post design of the Roughneck RDA – I would have much preferred a dual-post or Velocity style. However, it does mimic the authentic so it is what it is.
It’s a simple device, but as I said you need to do some research on how to build for a series mech mod. I show you an app in the video that you can use to help you get a grip of things, but you will also need to learn about battery safety and how to care for mechanical mods.
Once you’ve done that, getting the Rig Pig will turn your world upside down and make you think twice about getting thos overrated 200W box mods. This thing is a beast.