The Eagle tank is Geek Vape’s answer to those who like replaceable coils rather than rebuilding. Not just regular coils either, but fancy ones.
There are lots of mini devices out there but I was not prepared for how small the Target Mini actually is. It’s comically small.
The OBS Crius Plus takes everything that worked great in the Crius v3 and bumps up the capacity to 5.8ml while adding top air flow.
One of the most important parts of your vaping device is the atomizer. This is the piece that does most of the heavy lifting. It “wicks” your juice onto the coil from your tank or reservoir, then heats up the juice creating the aerosol that you inhale. While all atomizers are not created equal, there’s more to it than that.
The infamous Geek Vape Griffin RTA expanded to a hearty 25mm size. Is bigger really better?
The Crius was on a short list of RTAs that I was quite interested in. The Griffin is probably the most popular but the Crius easily keeps up with the Griffin in both performance and similarities.
Cthulhu Mod pulled the best features of several RTA’s together to create the Hastur RDTA.
The EZ RTA is an easily built tank designed to transition sub ohm tank users into the world of building their own coils. Like almost every modern RTA the EZ is sporting the typical array of features including top fill, adjustable airflow and juice flow control.
The Innokin iSub RBA is brilliantly designed but has a major flaw with it’s functionality.
The Cool Fire IV TC100 is Innokin’s first Cool Fire device to support temperature control and 100 watts. Sporting the new Aethon chip, this device brings along a ton of features in a small package.