DNA 75 Kit
Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
- Buy 10 - 24 and get 5% off
- Buy 25 - 49 and get 10% off
- Buy 50 - 99 and get 15% off
- Buy 100 or above and get 20% off
DNA DIY Kit
We've made building convenient with these all in one DIY kits.
Mix & match to create your own custom kit from our wide selection of options!
Each kit comes with your choice of:
Battery sled color
Each kit also includes:
Wire & Heat Shrink Pack
Kit weight, dimensions & price vary depending on options selected.
All items pictured not included in all kits. Picture shows a variety of options available to choose from. Your kit will include only the items you select.
Recommended for experienced modders only. Please use diagrams available online and research any questions before use. By purchasing any products from us, you agree to do so at your own risk. You also agree that Dripp3d LLC will not be liable for any damage from the use or inability to use our products. Each kit is carefully tested and inspected before shipment. We do not warranty any products damaged by buyer.
Feel free to contact us anytime with feedback and questions!
Evolv Products Warranty
For issues and support with Evolv products you purchased from Dripp3d LLC, including DNA 250, 200, 75 and 60, please contact Evolv directly by visiting their website and navigating to their "Contact Us" section. Evolv offers a warranty on their products purchased at Dripp3d LLC. For details, view their warranty policy at https://www.evolvapor.com/warranty. Due to the nature of the product, Dripp3d LLC itself does not offer warranty, returns, exchanges or refunds for any Evolv product, including but not limited to DNA 250, 200, 75 and 60.
all-inclusive, pretty easy to assemble, not alot of room for mistakes though
Posted by Daniel on Aug 11th 2017
This was my first DNA 75 kit, so I made a few mistakes, but I did get it to work. It is a good kit. Everything is included (although I used my own wire). The cutouts for the actuators and screen line up and the board and screen fit well in the provided holder. My one tip is to route the wires to and from the 510 down, then curl them back up. My one complaint is that the hole for the 510 is so close to the board that if you are not extremely careful with the amount of solder and the position of the wires for the 510, then the 510 will touch the wire connection at the board when you screw in an atomizer and the positive pin travels down. If the 510 would have been 1-2mm farther inward, this wouldn't be a problem. If you are a novice, like me, you should be able to complete this kit if you are slow and careful