Freemax Starre Mini RDTA review

Freemax Starred Mini RDTA

Most people will be familiar with the Starre, Pro and Scylla Sub Ohm tanks and have often asked for a rebuildable deck to be incorporated into the design. However instead of doing that Freemax have gone in another direction and one of their latest products is an RDTA (Rebuildable Dripping Tank Atomizer). With fully adjustable airflow, top filling and an easy to use “Velocity” style deck for dual coil builds the Freemax Starre Mini RDTA certainly looks very appealing.

Freemax Starre Mini RDTA features

  • Available in Stainless Steel or black
  • 2ml Capacity. (There is also a 5ml version)
  • 22mm Diameter
  • 316 Stainless Steel and Borosilicate glass construction
  •  Adjustable 510 Pin
  • Can be fully disassembled for cleaning
  • “Velocity” style deck with large air holes
  • Dual Adjustable Airflow Slots

What’s in the box?

  • 1x rigid RDTA tank
  • 1x Stainless Steel and Delrin Drip Tip
  • 1 x Spare Glass Tube
  •  Lots of Spare O-Rings
  • 4 x Spare Screws
  • 1x Allen Key
  • 2x Premade Coils
  • 1x Pack of Japanese Organic Cotton
  • User Manual

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Freemax Starre Mini RDTA styling and build quality

Unlike the Freemax Sub Ohm tanks the Freemax Starre Mini RDTA is a compact atomizer with a 2ml capacity. It certainly is up to the same high standard of typical Freemax products being very well made and all of the individual parts are a good fit. The atomizer was completely free of any machine oil and I found I could use it straight out of the box. This RDTA can be completely dissembled for cleaning and features an adjustable 510 pin.

The 510 pin adjusts a little too easily for my liking and sometimes it can come loose when screwing/unscrewing the atomizer on your mod. The overall design is tidy and nicely streamlined so it tends to look good on most mods. The top filling mechanism works well and makes for a secure fit but is actually nice and easy to unscrew and you won’t run into any problems.

All of the parts feel durable and the glass is of a good thickness. One nice bonus is that the box does include spare glass should you ever have an accident. The drip tip is a good fit and made from stainless steel but also features a Delrin insert which is designed to minimise the amount of heat that reaches your lips. It can be easily swapped for any other drip tip in your collection.

Even though Freemax call this a rebuildable dripping atomizer it bears little resemblance to true RDTA’s like the Aromamizer. In my opinion the design is very much a standard RTA but that’s no bad thing especially since it features a very easy to use “Velocity” style deck. The deck features large air holes that you position your coils directly above. The grub screws are decent and trap the wire well. The post holes are reasonable and should accommodate most typical builds.

Airflow

The Freemax RDTA features two fully adjustable Cyclops style airflow slots. The adjustment ring works well and is neither too loose nor too tight.

Ease of use

Providing you have some experience with “Velocity” style decks you will be right at home here. As I said earlier the screws work well and the post holes are reasonably generous. The only real issue you might run into regarding the deck is limited amount of clearance for your coils. I seriously wanted 3mm ID coils in there but it’s too much of a squeeze and you can end up catching your coils on the chamber cap and shorting out your build. I would suggest you go with 2.5mm ID at the most.

One thing you do need to be mindful of is not to stuff the juice channels full of wicking or you will end up with leaks. Filling this tank is easy and you simply have to unscrew the top cap. There is plenty of space for your juice bottle nozzles or droppers.

How does it vape?

After playing with an initial dual coil build, 2.5mm ID using 26 gauge Kanthal which had a final resistance of 0.6ohm I must admit I wasn’t overly impressed with the vape that I got. Flavour was pretty reasonable but not outstanding and while vapour production was extremely good I decided to rip out that build and try another.

On this attempt I went for 26 gauge twisted coils with 3mm ID but I ran into the problem with the coils catching on the top cap so I abandoned that attempt and finally went for a dual 2mm ID 24 gauge build aiming for a lower resistance (0.34ohm in the end). Due to the smaller coil diameter I needed far less cotton and to be quite honest the tank doesn’t need an excessive amount of wicking at all. Less is more was definitely the best option with this build. Vaping at 56W with my IPV3-Li and using Nerdy Juice Strawberry Kiwi E-Liquid I got a fantastic vape which really did border on dripper quality!

With this lower resistance as you might expect I got more warmth and greater vapour production and I must warn you that this compact little tank can potentially make your room very foggy. At no time did I run into dry hits and the wicking constantly kept up!

One drawback to this tank is that it does drain your juice very quickly but having said that all Freemax tanks are certainly guilty of that issue. The notable difference is that Freemax tanks in the past have always had a much larger capacity so it is less of a problem whereas this one only holds 2ml (which might be okay for a modest vaper) and I really would advise you to go for the 5ml version if you can get hold of it.

Even though I own all of the other Freemax tanks I can’t really compare the Freemax Starre RDTA to them because it would be an unfair comparison and I tend to run those tanks with pre-made Ni200 coils. All I will say is that this RDTA offers an excellent vape but you might need to play around with your build like a little like I had to if you are to achieve the best result.

Conclusion

In terms of machining, ease of use, vape quality and value for money the Freemax RDTA is a very worthwhile product with only a few minor cons. The first is the overall tank capacity of 2ml which while TPD compliant is an annoyance because with a dual coil build the juice gets vaped off very quickly but then you could just find somewhere that sells the 5ml version so it isn’t a huge issue.

One slightly more serious con is the adjustable pin which I think could definitely use a better O-ring because it has tendency to cause some very minor leaking but it is entirely possible this is just the review item and not a widespread issue. Somewhat limited build space might be another concern if you tend to like building large diameter coils. Since the flavour and vapour production you get from the Freemax Mini RDTA are both excellent I think its fair to say that you can overlook some of these shortcomings.

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iJoy Captain Elite RTA Preview – I Want!!

The Captain Elite RTA by iJoy Previewed

This is my first look at the iJoy Captain Elite RTA and I am in love.

Yes the pink one has totally stolen my heart. How predictable am I!

pink captain elite rta

Time to shake off this brief girly stereotypical state I am in and let’s get practical again. Ahem…

elite rta componentsThe iJoy Captain Elite RTA is 22.5mm in diameter.

captain elite rta promo shotThe tank has a top fill design and is just so pretty… oops off again sorry.

captain elite rta top fillThe build deck on this is excellent too. You get a standard gold plated deck, but you also have the option of the pre-made coil.

The iJoy Combo SRDA uses pre-made coils – basically you just change the cotton but the coil is already installed. So with the Captain Elite RTA you get the option of both.

ijoy captain elite rta build deckThe airflow on this is from the bottom but it goes up through the inside of the posts to hit the coil in the centre.

captain elite rta dismantledIn the kit you get 2 glass tubes – one is the straight 2ml glass and the other is the bubble glass which increases the capacity to 3ml.

There are 8 colours to choose from and every single one is a stunner, I can almost forgive the Ultem Drip tip as the rest of the tank is so beautiful. The colours are: Gun Metal, Green, White, Yellow, Rainbow, Black, Stainless Steel and of course Pink … love….
captain elite rta colours

Kit Includes

  • iJoy Captain Elite RTA 2ml
  • 3ml bubble glass
  • Screw driver
  • Tool pack (Japanese organic cotton, screws, coils, O-rings)
  • Warranty card

captain elite rta kit contents

iJoy Captain Elite RTA Specs

  • Size: 22.5 x 46mm
  • Capacity: 2ml
  • Thread: 510 thread
  • Sliding top filling system
  • Extra bubble tube to 3ml (included)
  • Fill O-ring is replaceable
  • Gold-plated deck with bottom side airflow
  • Direct to coil airflow

If I had money in the bank right now (it’s December 24th and I have just finished Xmas shopping thankfully) I would pre-order the pink one. That is how much I love the idea of this tank.

Not only is it beautiful, you have the bubble glass option to increase capacity and if you are feeling lazy you can add a pre-made coil to the deck.

CoilART MAGE MECH Tricker Kit Review

CoilART MAGE MECH Tricker Kit Intro

At the risk of sounding repetitive, especially if you’ve read any of my stuff here at Vaping360, you may know that I do most of my vaping on mechanical squonk boxes. I rarely use regulated mods, and when I do it’s usually to power some new RDA with a pair of monster coils for a review here.

My second love is mechanical tube mods with RDAs or RDTAs, which is why I was thrilled to get the opportunity to review the new MAGE MECH Tricker Kit from CoilART. It’s right in my wheelhouse, and features a lot of characteristics that get my vape motor running.

The MAGE MECH review sample is a well machined billet brass body wrapped in swirling, multi-color resin. The direct-to-battery top cap and magnetic fire button are also ringed in resin.

The kit includes a matching brass MAGE RDA with dual adjustable bottom airflow ports and gold plated deck. The deck very much anti-velocity, with old school dual split posts and four horizontal post holes, similar to a Twisted Messes RDA². Air is funneled through two 10mm x 2.5mm slots directly under the coils.

With the MAGE you get precisely one drip tip option – black delrin, but the cap will accept Goon and Kennedy wide bore tips.

Notable Remarks

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Admittedly, I was so happy to get this kit that I ripped the package open in my car, and I’m glad I did. It was an uncharacteristically bright sunny day for Michigan in mid March, and when that welcome sunlight hit the resin body of the MAGE mod it literally exploded visually from the box – with swirls of pearlescent gold, green, orange and red.

Wow.

I’ve had the opportunity to review resin mods in the past and have come away completely underwhelmed. The MAGE did not disappoint one iota, it’s a beauty.

The machining is quite good for a sub-$100 mod, and the resin mates nicely with the billet brass body. The treads are finely machined with just a bit of slop. I applied a tiny dab of Noalox grease and the treads transformed to butter.

The Kennedy-esq MAGE RDA is a perfect match to the mod, and the cap features a tasteful CoilART logo and three slots: dual opposing slots for dual coils, and a third slot for single coil configuration. My one wish is that CoilART would try to ship these with a color-matched drip tip. No matter, I swapped the plain-jane black delrin tip for an ultem Goon tip and the look was complete.

Performance

CoilArt-Mage-Mech-tricker

Time to build.

I grabbed a couple of pre-made tiger wire coils and mounted them to the deck. I’m not sure why CoilART went with the horizontal post hole configuration versus a velocity-style deck, but it makes things a bit more fiddly. On top of that, the tiny Phillips head grub screws did not inspire confidence and felt like they were on the verge of stripping out as I tightened the build.

Once I had everything secured, the dual coil build came in at 0.28Ω. I dry fired, wicked with organic cotton and painted the coils with some of my favorite vanilla custard. With a fresh Sony VTC4 I figure to pull 15A and get about 60+ watts.

With the airflow wide open, I took my first few hits and the mod performed exactly as expected. The button depressed consistently and smoothly. The MAGE RDA hit hard and delivered clouds of dense custard vapor. Flavor was very good for a 24mm RDA, and warmth was spot on – I usually vape at 50-60W with a big-wire, dual-coil build so this was about perfect. Yum.

Likes

  • Looks fantastic
  • Nice machining and finish
  • Vapes nice – hits hard
  • Single coil option
  • Smooth magnetic button
  • Accepts Goon drip tips
  • Affordable

Dislikes

  • Crappy grub screws
  • Non-velocity deck
  • Ho-hum delrin tip (subjective)

Smoke?

What to say? It’s a mech mod and RDA kit that performs as a mech mod and RDA kit should when used correctly. The 510 pin extends nearly 2mm from the 510 threads on the MAGE RDA, so it perfectly safe as well.

What makes the MAGE MECH Trickster Kit special is the look and feel. It’s well machined, with good threads and a smooth magnetic button. The cap configuration assures there is no battery rattle adjustment necessary (like the Avid Lyfe Able mod and others).

And the look: the MAGE MECH mod is a thing of beauty. As I stated previously, I had the opportunity to review another highly touted regulated resin mod and came away somewhat underwhelmed. Not so with the CoilART sample. It pops, and looks like a million bucks for around $85 retail. With the MAGE RDA it seems like a steal, especially when you match it against some higher end mods, like the Able.

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First look: Cobra RTA with 360 ° vaporizers from Asvape

The company Asvape released a maintenance-free tank Cobra RTA. The main innovation was the evaporators with small holes for the liquid throughout the body.

On April 22, Asvape introduced a new Cobra tank on Instagram . It is an unattended tank with evaporators that support the evaporation of 100% VG. The device is made of stainless styles and has a top dressing. On topkep is the name of the company. The blower adjustment ring is located below, on it is engraved “1986”.

The device works with Asvape brand evaporators. Their distinctive feature is the many small holes across the surface. Thanks to this design, the atomizer can be used with liquids in which the glycerin content is elevated. Their resistance is 0.5 ohms, and the spiral is made of nickel.

The package, in addition to the tank, includes two evaporators for 0.5 Ohm, a set of oringov, a spare tinted glass and instructions.

Main characteristics: 

  • Height – 42.5 mm
  • Diameter – 24 mm
  • Volume – 3.8 ml
  • Top dressing
  • 510th driptyp
  • Material – stainless steel
  • Colors: steel and black

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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 are a few of those as well – and see if the OBS Engine is worth your money.

A Look at the Contents

This was the first OBS product I had ever tried, and having never even heard of this company before, I didn’t really know what to expect. The packaging was ok – a cardboard box in the manufacturer’s signature white&yellow color scheme, with a picture of the OBS Engine on the front and some specifications on the back, written in the poorest English I’ve ever seen on a Chinese product (e.g.: We ungrade the DIY base with a more huge size). Inside the box, you have the OBS Engine RTA, as well as a spare glass tube and a hex screwdriver, and, under the foam holder, you’ll find another small box containing some organic cotton and a box of goodies (spare o-rings, grub screws and two really nice twisted wire coils). Oh, and I almost forgot to mention that the user manual is one of the best I’ve ever seen. The English instructions are pretty bad, but it comes with very detailed pictures that show you exactly what you need to do to set it up and clean it.

obs-engine-rta

The first thing that really impressed me about the OBS Engine was the eye-catching design. This RTA really is a thing of beauty, in my opinion, especially if you’re into big, bulky tanks. The Engine measures 25mm in diameter and is 54.5ml tall. It weighs 42 grams and holds up to 5.2ml of juice. It’s a big boy, by anyone’s standards, but with all these high-power devices and advanced coil builds becoming so popular among advanced vapers, they are becoming the norm. But in the case of the OBS Engine, big definitely doesn’t mean unappealing. From the conical Delrin drip tip and the raised top airflow control ring, to the ‘OBS’ logo and artistic plane propeller icon on the chimney, this thing thing is definitely one of the best-looking tank atomizers I have ever used.

Setting Up

To get the OBS Engine ready for your first vape, the first thing you have to do is take it apart and give it a good wash to get rid of any machining oil. Start by unscrewing the base, then do the same with the top section, and, finally, remove the glass tube from the metal cage on the inside. You can also pull off the drip tip and wash it separately, or replace it with your favorite 510 drip tip. The only thing I don’t like when taking apart the Engine is that the elaborate chimney is press-fit onto the top section so I can’t clean it as well as I’d like to. This is a pretty big deal to me because e-liquid – either raw or vaporized – does tend to build up on the chimney after a while.

obs-engine-kit

Once you’ve cleaned the RTA, it’s time to mount the coils. I personally used the included twisted wire coils, and I’ve been pretty happy with them so far. They have a combined resistance of just 0.15Ω, so if you don’t have a powerful enough mod, or if you’re not into ultra-low sub-ohming, I suggest you just use one, or build your own coils. Anyway, the OBS Engine has a really nice Velocity style build deck, which makes fitting and fastening the coils a breeze. If you haven’t heard about this deck before, you’ve either been living under a rock for the last couple of years, or you’re just not ready to use such a device. Otherwise, you already know how good this type of deck is, so I’m not going to go into details.

As with any other RTA, wicking the cotton after mounting the coils is essential to an enjoyable vaping experience, and because of the specific design of the OBS Engine, it’s even more important when using this device. The Engine doesn’t have any kind of bottom airflow. Instead, the air comes through the three top airflow slots, travels through two side air channels, hits the coils and goes back through the chimney, into your mouth. This prevents bottom leaking and is supposed to enhance the flavor of the vapor, but it also exposes you to some really annoying issues, if you don’t wick your coils perfectly. And I do mean perfectly!

obs-engine-deck

The Velocity deck is fused to the bottom of the RTA, which also serves as the juice well. The deck features four large wick holes, and you want the ends of your leads to go through these holes and reach the juice. However, you want to make sure that the wicks are thick enough to seal the holes and prevent the coils from flooding, yet loose enough to allow the juice to travel all the way up to the coils. The length of the leads is also critical. Cut them too short and the build deck will get flooded after you fill the tank, but leave them too long and they won’t wick the juice as well as they should and you’ll experience nasty dry hits. Some people care most about preventing flooding, so they leave the cotton wicks long enough to reach the bottom of the juice well, but I, for one, want them to go through those four wicking holes just a little, to make sure the e-liquid travels freely all the way up to the coils.

Wicking this thing is tricky, especially if you don’t have much experience with RTAs, and you probably won’t get it right the first time. But if you have the patience, you can definitely make it work. I’m living proof of that.

obs-engine-velocity-deck

Once you’re done with the wicking, it’s time to put the OBS Engine back together. It’s a fairly straightforward affair, except for one very important detail. You’ll notice that the bottom end of the chimney features two small metal notches, and you want to align those with the two small slots on the base of the RTA before screwing them together, otherwise they won’t fit. That’s actually an ingenious lock that ensures that the coils are properly aligned with the air shafts so that air hits them directly when you draw. It does make assembling the Engine somewhat of a pain in the butt, if you don’t align the two pieces correctly, though.

Finally, once the RTA is reassembled, you just have to fill it up with juice. OBS uses an ingenious hidden fill port that you access by pulling up the top section of the Engine, the one that has ‘OBS’ written on it. That will reveal a huge fill slot that accommodates any type of dropper or bottle. It’s a pretty unique design, but it does have one drawback. It seems that juice or condensation tends to build up on the inside of the ring, so when you refill and slam that metal ring back down, you’re going to have some juice pressed out every time. It’s not a huge deal, but if you don’t wipe it off, it can get messy.

obs-engine-filling

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How It Vapes

My first experience with the OBS Engine was so terrible that I was seriously considering not doing this review at all. I thought I had set it up just right, but the spit-back from that very first draw was so bad that I had rinse my mouth. And unfortunately, trying to vape on it again only made things worse, as more hot juice traveled up the chimney and into my mouth. Something was definitely wrong.

Here’s the thing about the internal design of the OBS Engine. The fact that it doesn’t have bottom airflow slots means that there is no leaking through the bottom of the RTA, but it also means that the only place for excess juice to go is into your mouth. That’s just how this system works. However this only happens if you don’t wick the Velocity deck just right, which probably the vast majority of vapers will fail to do on their first try.

obs-engine-chimney

From my previous experience with RTAs, I had learned that you shouldn’t stuff the wicking slots with cotton, as that increases the risk of dry hits. Instead you should just make sure they are sealed. So I cut my leads to the point where they reached the four holes in the deck, but didn’t go all the way through them completely. It seemed like it would work, but it turned out to be a bad idea. The deck got flooded, and every time I took a hit, it would just gurgle and send hot droplets of juice up the chimney and into my mouth.

Luckily, I got the wicking right on my second try, but not before taking the tank apart with the juice still inside and getting lost of it on my hands in the process, There is really no way to disassemble the OBS Engine without first draining the juice – which is not the easiest thing in the world – because setting it upside down will just cause e-liquid to leak through the top airflow system and the drip tip. So I’d recommend not filling it up completely the first time, to minimize juice waste.

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Anyway, after rewicking the coils, making sure that the leads wen all the way through the deck slots, the vaping experience improved greatly. I still got a a bit of gurgling on my first two draws, but it’s been smooth sailing ever since. No leaking whatsoever, no spit-back, and no dry hits. That’s awesome, and, to be honest, I appreciate all these things even more after that awful first experience.

The three large air slots on the top  of the OBS engine provide plenty of airflow, the vapor production is not the best I’ve ever gotten from a tank, but it’s definitely above average, and the flavor is to die for, thanks to the that ingenious system that guarantees that the air if hitting the coils directly and then carries the flavorful vapor all the way to your mouth.

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One final thing I would like to mention is that even though the 0.15Ω resistance of the coil theoretically support a power output above 100W, anything above 110W mutes the flavor, as the cotton tends to struggle to deliver enough juice to the coils fast enough. My sweet spot is at around 80W – 90W, but if you prefer hotter vapor, I’m not entirely sure that the wicking system of the OBS Engine can support that kind of extreme power output.

Conclusion

The OBS Engine is an intriguing RTA with some undeniable qualities. The leak-proof design is probably its main draw, but the overall aesthetics, large e-liquid capacity and intense flavor are not be ignored either. However, it’s not as user-friendly as other similar devices, and anything but a perfect wicking job will result in a terrible vaping experience. If you think you’re experienced enough, I definitely recommend you give it a try, especially since it only costs $29.99, but if you’re looking for your first RTA, I don’t think this is the right choice.

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Ehpro Lock RDA Preview – A “No Build” Rebuildable!

The Lock RDA By Ehpro Previewed

The Ehpro Lock RDA is a new style of RDA which in particular appeals to someone like me! Let me explain!ehpro lock rda banner

I have a disease which affects my joints so my hands in particular really struggle with grip so I am not a huge fan of rebuildables. I can get by but in general I stick to stock coils.lock rda components

On the Lock RDA the deck is where the magic is happening!lock rda deck

Now this is a game changer! This is a standard RDA which you can use a single coil in as usual…ehpro lock standard coil

But there is also an option of using a “Notch Coil” which you basically just push in and wick!lock rda notch coil

Ehpro will also be selling the notch coils separately.ehpro lock notch coils

This is very similar to another recent release the Joyetech Notchcore which comes in the Espion Silk kit.

On top of the easy coil installation goodness you also get a 510 bottom feed squonk pin in the kit to also convert this RDA to use on Squonk mods – ooh even better!ehpro lock rda squonk pin

The airflow comes into the side of the top cap but high enough to hopefully avoid any leaks!

There are 3 colours to choose from – Black, Silver and Blue.lock rda colours

Kit Includes

  • Ehpro Lock RDA
  • 2x notch coil
  • BF squonk pin
  • Spare screws and O-rings
  • Allen key
  • Cotton
  • User manual
  • 510 drip tip adaptor

lock rda kit contents

Ehpro Lock RDA Specs

  • Size: 24x28mm
  • Material: Stainless steel & Resin
  • Slot in notch coil deck
  • BF squonk pin included
  • Side up adjustable airflow
  • Able to also use a single standard coil

lock rda specsI have recently been using squonk mods and trying to find a bottom feed RDA which my hands can cope with has been a bit of a struggle!

However the Ehpro Lock RDA could be a real game changer for someone like me!

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