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Oumier Maximus Max RDTA Review

The Oumier Maximus Max is a 24-mm RDTA featuring adjustable airflow control, a square Velocity-style build deck and an ingenious top-filling system. But the thing that really caught my attention was the price of this atomizer. It costs under $20, which is pretty sweet for an advanced RDTA. I would even say suspiciously sweet, so let's try this thing out and see if it's as good as it looks on paper. I had never tried any Oumier products prior to this review. I figured they must be a new company, but upon checking their website, I learned...

GeekVape Medusa Reborn Review

The GeekVape Medusa Reborn, or Medusa v2, is being marketed as an RDTA, but some people, myself included, regarded more as an RDA with a really deep juice well that can hold up to 3.5 ml of e-liquid. The original Medusa had its share of fans, but it did have some design flaws that put off a lot of vapers that would have otherwise considered buying it, so GeekVape decided to put out an improved version that addresses most of the problems of their original atomizer. Is the Medusa Reborn worth your hard earned money? Check out my review and find...

SMOK Skyhook RDTA Review

RDTA's are really popular these days, so much so that it seems like everybody and their sister is coming up with one just so they can grab a piece of the pie. The latest player to join the party is SMOK, which has recently launched the Skyhook RDTA, an intriguing atomizer featuring both side and bottom airflow, 5 ml e-liquid capacity and the possibility to be converted into an RDA. In this review, we'll be taking a close look at the Skyhook and determine if it's a worthy competitor to popular RDTAs like the iJoy Combo RDTA and the Limitless...

iJoy Limitless RDTA Classic Review

RDTAs are really popular these days and Chinese company iJoy has really been cashing in on this trend. They've put out not one, not two, but four different RDTA atomizers - the original Limitless, the Limitless Plus, the Combo RDTA and now the Limitless RDTA Classic Edition. They are really riding the RDTA train right now, and to great success, I might add. In this review, we'll be looking at the iJoy RDTA Classic, the latest and reportedly the best iJoy RDTA to date. Before we get into the actual review, I just want to clarify that I don't...

iJoy Combo RDTA Review

The iJoy Combo RDTA is a rebuildable atomizer the likes of which I have never seen before, and I'm willing to bet, neither have you. From the outside, it looks like an almost perfect replica of the Limitless Plus RDTA, which kind of makes sense considering that the two companies have (or had) some sort of partnership going on, but on the inside, the iJoy COMBO RDTA is a whole other animal. This thing has not one, not two, but six available building decks - only two of which come included in the kit - as well as an RDA deck and a pre-made coil...

SMOK TF-RDTA Review

I love dripping, but using an RDA while on the go is just not the best option. Tanks are perfect in that kind of situation, but they just don't put out the same insane flavor you get from a good RDA and some are even sketchy in the vapor department. Wouldn't it be nice if we had the best of both worlds with none of their shortcomings. Well, it just so happens that the people at SMOK have come up with just such a device. Introducing the SMOK TF-RDTA. As the name suggests, this latest member of the TF family is a combination between a...