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iJoy MAXO Zenith + RDTA 5S Kit Review

iJoy has recently put out an interesting kit featuring two of its most overlooked products of 2017, the MAXO Zenithm a triple-18650 variable voltage mod with a maximum power output of over 300W, and the RDTA 5S, its sixth generation RDTA and the successor of the original iJoy RDTA 5S. The atomizer was launched just last month, so it's only just finding its way to retailers' shelves, but the Zenith has been out since January, but hasn't really enjoyed the success of previous iJoy mods, It's not because it's bad device, quite the contrary, it's...

Freemax Fireluke Tank Review

Ever wish you could vape on a miniature gumball machine? Well, thanks to the new Freemax Fireluke sub-ohm tank, now you can. But there is more to this device than a bubble glass tube, so I would definitely not refer to it as a simple novelty piece. Performance-wise, the Fireluke has been compared to the popular SMOK TFV8 Cloud Beast, so that should tell you a lot about its vapor production capabilities. The massive coil-heads are as impressive as they...

Tigertek Springer X RDA Review

Breaking into the crowded vaping industry is pretty tough for a new company, but I think Tigertek has the right approach - innovation. Their new Springer X RDA is unlike anything I've ever seen before. It basically offers a screw-less alternative to the regular RDA build deck, instead relying on strong springs to keep your coil leads in place. It's definitely a novel idea, and one that could actually make RDAs more mainstream, as this concept really makes setting up your dripper faster and easier. It's not every day that we get to see real...

Vandy Vape Pulse 22 BF RDA Review

As the name suggests, the Pulse 22 BF RDA from Vandy Vape is a 22 mm RDA primarily designed with squonkers in mind. The BF stands for "bottom feeding", in case you haven't figured it out, so the Pulse is mainly meant to be used with squonk mods, which feed juice into the atomizer through a hollow connection pin. It works just as well in dripping mode, but it's the squonking functionality that really makes this atomizer stand out from the hundreds of other RDAs. If you're reading this review, you're probably already familiar with...

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 Peerless RDA (Special Edition) Review

The special edition Peerless RDA is an enhanced version of the original Peerless, which GeekVape released just a few months ago. The aluminum body has now been replaced with one made of stainless steel, the acrylic top cap has been swapped out for a metal one with a Goon-style drip tip and the paint job has been improved as well. At the same time, Geekvape kept all the features that made the Peerless special, including the 9mm-deep juice wells, and the split-post versatile build deck. The price has been bumped up just a little to reflect the...

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 TFV12 Tank Review

Following the massive success of its TFV4 and TFV8 sub-ohm tanks, SMOK decided to go even bigger and this year launched the mother of all cloud-chasing tanks, the SMOK TFV12 Cloud Beast King. I think the name pretty much says it all, but if this is you're unfamiliar with the TFV family of tanks, they are all about big clouds of vapor so dense that you can cut them with a knife. In this review, I'll basically try to find out what SMOK could have possibly done to make this better than the stellar TFV8.

4 stars

Envii Terra RTA Review

Vaping technology is evolving at such a rapid pace that we see new and innovative things come out virtually every day. I have been fortunate enough to be able to try and test many of these new and amazing devices, but in all my years as a vaper, I don't think I've ever seen anything quite like the Envii Terra RTA. This beast of an atomizer has a completely new design, works with up to eight coils and can supposedly be used at 300W without any nasty dry hits. It's something special, to be sure, both in terms of looks and functionality, so...

Uwell Crown III Tank Review

The original Uwell Crown was one of the most well-received sub-ohm tanks in vaping history, and for good reason. The build quality was excellent and in terms of performance it was on a whole other level from everything else on the market at the time of its launch. The Crown II was meant to build on the success of its predecessor, but due to some serious design faults it ended up being a total failure. With the third generation Crown tank, Uwell was either going to redeem themselves and prove to everyone that they are not just a...