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Crius RBA
Has anyone tried the Crius RBA? It looks like a nice build deck, I just haven't heard of it before. 
02-02-2016 09:34 PM
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I've got the v2, that's the v3 I think. Dam good atty! The Griffin is the same concept, but does it better imo.

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02-02-2016 09:51 PM
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RE: Crius RBA
That does look nice, and is that top fill I see? 
02-02-2016 09:58 PM
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Yup

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02-02-2016 10:00 PM
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Awesome, I might have to get one sometime. The reason I was asking about the Crius is because it's so cheap and looks good, but it might be worth it to wait a bit and get a better one. 
02-02-2016 10:03 PM
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RE: Crius RBA
The v2 I have has a juice shut off by rotating the tank section (for top fill), where it joins is a little leaky, not heavily but enough to moisten the side very hour or so.
I haven't seen the v3 for long enough but I know the griffin doesn't have the same issue. Slightly better airflow too.

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02-02-2016 10:11 PM
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I have the Crius. Just arrived last week and the damned thing is amazing. Best RTA I've ever tried. I'm vaping 0.3ohms at 55-60W using dual clapton coil chimneys and not a single dry hit, not a single leak either. I chain vape when I vape and it keeps up without issue.

First thing to remember if you get one is you need to use vertical coils. The deck is easy to build on but is super tiny and the vaping chamber is super small and tight. Great flavor! Regular horizontal coils will be tough to fit, especially heavy gauge coils, if not impossible. Huge claptons are possible if you just make it vertical. Wicking is more involved than the usual but still easy and works flawlessly if done right. Mine was perfect the first time I build it with the chimney coils.

The sliding top cap makes filling it a breeze. Adjustable juice flow to wicks, massive airflow through AFC. I paid $16 for mine and it's the best tank ever IMO. LOVING it!
03-02-2016 09:54 PM
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Johnny can you post a pic of your build so I know what to shoot for if/when I get one? 
03-02-2016 09:56 PM
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No pics ATM but I built it just like this guy shows. Works flawlessly. Mine is different only in that I used clapton coils.



03-02-2016 10:06 PM
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My v2 build is here

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