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SMOK Big Baby Beast Review

The SMOK Big Baby Beast is the newest addition to the popular TFV8 family of tanks. It's very similar in design and functionality to the TFV8 Cloud Beast and the Baby Beast, which comes included in the Alien 220W kit, and size-wise it's smaller than the original TFV8 tank and larger than the Baby Beast. SMOK loves to offer all these different versions of their tanks, they've done the same thing with the TFV4, and now they're doing it with the newer TFV8 series.

Geek Vape Griffin 25 Plus Review

Following the success of the Griffin 25, the guys at Geek Vape have come out with an improved version of their popular RTA - the Griffin 25 Plus. You may not notice any difference looking at the two versions, but that's only because the biggest changes were made on the build deck of this atomizer. In this review, we'll try to figure out if the Plus is actually better than the awesome Griffin 25, and if it's worth upgrading to the new iteration.

Digiflavor Siren GTA Review

The Digiflavor Siren GTA is an ingenious single-coil RTA designed for mouth-to-lung vaping. If you're curious about the abbreviation at the end, it stands for Genesis Tank Atomizer, which means that the wicking leads extend from the build deck into the juice tank and continuously draw e-liquid to the coil. So I guess that makes it an MTL Genesis-style RTA, which is something we don't see very often. I had never even heard of the Digiflavor brand...

OBS Engine RTA Review

The OBS Engine is a new 25mm RTA that claims to solve probably the biggest problem plaguing RTAs right now - leaking. The Chinese company has come up with an innovative design that takes the common bottom airflow system out of the equation, and thus minimizes the risk of leaking. But that's not the only thing going for it. The Engine has an above average e-liquid capacity of 5.2ml, as well as an ingenious top-filling system, and last but not least, it looks beautiful. In this review, we're going to go over the pros and cons - because there...

iJoy Tornado 150 Review

The iJoy Tornado 150 is the latest entry in the Chinese manufacturer's popular Tornado tank series. Following the success of the Tornado Nano and Tornado RDTA, iJoy is now trying to consolidate its presence on the tank market with a very affordable sub-ohm tank that features a simple top filling system and RTA functionality, thanks to the included RBA section. In this review of the Tornado 150, we'll try to figure out if iJoy has been able to keep production quality high enough on what is now one of the cheapest sub-ohm tank money can...

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...

Vaporesso Estoc Tank Mega Review

Almost a year after taking the vaping world by storm with its revolutionary Target 75 VTC kit, Vaporesso launches the Estoc Tank Mega, a new sub-ohm tank that uses the Chinese company's innovative cCELL ceramic coil technology and introduces an interesting eco-vaping concept. Obviously, it also promises thick vapor and excellent flavor. In this review, we'll be taking a close look at the Estoc Mega to see if it has what it takes to become another Vaporesso sleeper hit. Very few people had even heard about Vaporesso, when the

Aspire Quad-Flex Survival Kit Review

It sounds like something you'd need to survive if you ever get stranded in the middle of nowhere with no way to call for help, but the Aspire Quad-Flex Survival Kit is actually an atomizer Swiss army knife that allows you to switch between four different atomizer configurations - a Genesis-type RDTA, a dripper, a squonker RTA and the popular Nautilus X tank - just by swapping the different components included in the package. It's definitely something we haven't seen before so I feel that Aspire deserve kudos for innovation even before we get...

SMOK TFV8 Cloud Beast Review

Last year, when I reviewed the SMOK TFV4, I remember referring to it as a beast of a tank, but now, after trying out the new TFV8 Cloud Beast, the old version seems pretty tame. Featuring by far the largest coil heads I have ever seen, a huge chimney and 6ml e-juice capcity, the TFV8 is designed to create monster clouds of vapor, but you're going to need a heck of a lot of power to get the best vaping experience out of it. So before you even think about...

Avocado 24 RDTA Review

Geek Vape advertises its new Avocado 24 tank as an RDTA, but to anyone that's not a total newbie when it comes to vaping, this thing is a Genesis-style atomizer. That makes it a blast from the past, because while 'Gennys' were quite popular at one point with vapers looking for a compromise between drippers and tanks, they kind of faded away once Rebuildable Tank Atomizers (RTAs) burst onto the scene. But Geek Vape seems to think Genesis atomizers can still be relevant today, and judging by the huge popularity of the Avocado 24, it might just...