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RTA recommendations?
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RTA recommendations?
I've been out of the loop for a while, just been having fun with my TFV4 and Dark Horse, so... My question is - what are some good rebuildable tanks? I got a Lemo 2 a few days ago, and it's pretty good, but I'd like something that I can at least put dual coils in. I've gotten used to the awesome clouds and flavor from super tanks like the TFV4 and Arctic or RDAs like my Dark Horse, so the single coils just aren't doing it for me. I've heard there are various RBA decks for the TFV4 beyond the single coil RBA that came in the kit, anybody had experience with those? Or are there any good rebuildable tanks that will work better for me? I'm trying to save some money and quit buying expensive coils. 
09-01-2016 02:29 AM
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RE: RTA recommendations?
Billow 2 is my personal favorite. Crius, bellus are also OK.  As is the serpant, though its a single coil.. depends how you build it  Wink
The smart money looks to be on an aromamizer, everyone I know has one has said how good it is, I should be getting one soon.

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09-01-2016 02:56 AM
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RE: RTA recommendations?
See - all is subjective. I know gently doies not like the haze and it is my favorite. Crius is very good, bellus is okay. I like my aromamizer a lot. The Zephyrus 2 is also a go to RTA. For me size counts. I don't like big RTAs. I use small devices at work - D2,D3, XVoStick, and Evic Mini (yes I have too many mods). So taller tanks are just not my style. So the RTAs I use most are the aromamizer mini, bellus and haze.

Honestly, it is hard to wrong these days. Every week a new and 'best yet' RTA or sub ohm tank is released. You need to first decide how you like your vape. Do you want to vape at work under 40 watts? Do want a nice stealthy vape? Or do you not care and vape 50+ watts on a bigger device and tank?

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09-01-2016 04:01 AM
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RE: RTA recommendations?
Thanks for the input guys, I'll definitely check into all of those. To answer Paul's question, I don't care about size. Usually I use my TFV4 atop my Sigelei-100W at around 70W or so with 0.2 ohm coils. I also commonly use my Arctic with 0.5 ohm coils on my iStick 50, or my Herakles on a mech mod. So yeah, I'm used to big clouds, and the size of the tank isn't an issue. If I do need stealth for some reason, I just use my Nautilus Mini with an iStick, or sometimes a SubTank Mini if I'm using higher VG juice than the Nautilus can handle. I really prefer RDAs like the Dark Horse, Doge, etc, but I drive a lot for work so tanks are just way more convenient. Although I found my Big Dripper today (I had misplaced it a couple months ago and never got around to finding it) so I might start using that again. 
09-01-2016 07:13 AM
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RE: RTA recommendations?
Crius all the way, IMO. Might be the best $16 you'll spend on an RTA. FAN Tastic!
03-02-2016 09:58 PM
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RE: RTA recommendations?
Try the Aromamizer.  Truly different than the other "different versions of the same thing" RTA's out there and just massively good.

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04-02-2016 01:22 AM
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RE: RTA recommendations?
JohnnyMac Just clicked the link for the Crius! It certainly an interesting deck layout I think I will invest in one of those. Good

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04-02-2016 06:29 AM
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