The Orbit RBA is an all-in-one RBA for the Billet Box or other Boro devices by Mission XV.
The Orbit RBA is the most anticipated RBA from MISSION, 9 months in the making. It features a 4.5ml juice capacity and a unique airflow design that can be adjusted from 0mm to 4.5mm to customize your airflow. The tank is made out of PCTG and is impact and chemical resistant. The Orbit features a simple two-post lead trap design with wire cutouts, flat head screws. A huge coil area of 6.5mm x 8.55 mm build space. The Orbit’s deck allows you to remove the deck on the fly without having to remove the whole tank.
You can purchase the Orbit RBA when they are available on the Mission XV Website. The early versions are going to only be available via lists in the Mission XV group, but the company plans to make as many of these available as people want, similar to their EUC Bridge. The cost is $174.99 USD.
The Mission XV Orbit is made out of Surgical-grade SS with a glass-blasted finish.
TANK: The tank is made out of PCTG (Impact & chemical resistant) crystal clear tank with easy use recessed white silicon juice plug, 4.5ml + liquid capacity.
DECK: Orbit features a simple two-post lead trap design with wire cutouts, flat head screws. A huge coil area of 6.5mm x 8.55 mm build space. The Orbit’s deck allows you to remove the deck on the fly without having to remove the whole tank.
WICKING: Orbit’s wicking design prevents airlock and provides maximum wicking with its 7mm wide channels combined with side perforated wicking.
AIRFLOW: ORBIT’s unique airflow control gives users a true and pure experience from a massive DIRECT LUNG 4.5mm airflow to a tight 0.1 mm MOUTH TO LUNG or any configuration in between. You can completely seal your airflow to 0mm for storage. The ORBIT airflow pin is a blue anodized aluminum pin with a spring mechanism that provides tactile resistance, essentially locking the airflow in place after users set their preferences. Orbit’s vertical airflow pin is controlled with a provided tool.
AIRFLOW INTAKE: Orbit has front and right side (traditional) air inlet locations for all current and future boro devices.