Shop smart: fake VS authentic IJOY Limitless RDTA Plus
By GB Blog Official 2018-07-03 3954 1
At GearBest, all of our products are guaranteed 100% authentic with full warranties. However, unscrupulous sellers can sell clones and fakes to unwary customers.
We help you to distinguish between fake from authentic limitless RDTA Plus atomizer with our handy guide.
1. Main Packaging
(1). The font looks different: the real IJOY Limitless RDTA Plus has an "IJOY" mark, see picture:
(2). A fake IJOY security code just a printed piece of paper, it cannot be scratched at all.
(3). The authentic IJOY acrylic box is thicker and stronger, offering better protection for the contents inside. Also, there is a prominent IJOY logo on the side or top.
(4). Location of screws is different.
2. Included Accessories
(1). The authentic accessories bag comes with no Allen key because all the top and bottom screws are the same Philips head. Just the screwdriver inside can handle them all.
(2). The authentic IJOY screwdriver is larger and better quality, with a black holder.
(3). Genuine IJOY coils adhere to the fused Clapton design, not twist coils.
(4). Authentic IJOY top screws are good quality Philips head, the size is perfect for IJOY Limitless RDTA Plus.
3. The Fine Details
(1). Authentic version features pre-installed top screws (colored titanium). These are more expensive than standard stainless steel screws.
(2). The bottom screws are also Philips head design.
(3). The authentic IJOY Limitless RDTA Plus comes with a protruding pin; this is safe for use, even for Hybrid mods.
(4). Authentic barrel bandanna carved effect, rather than a simple laser engraving.
4. Different drip tip version of Limitless RDTA Plus
Also, there are two drip tip versions of Limitless RDTA Plus on the market. Please ensure it is the genuine version before use for safety.
Source: Official IJOY website
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