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#1 (permalink)      7/18/2017 4:19:40 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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PLEASE HELP!
I am searching for a small 22mm single coil RTA.

I sold my serpent mini cause i want an RTA with more airflow.

Then i bought a serpent alto(i thougth they have the same airflow)for the better deck.
But it is more restrictive than the mini..

The only RTA i was found was SKU 5253900 i can live with the deck but i want at least 2,5ml capacity
also 50mm height its not so small

Any suggestions please? my evic basic need and deserves an good RTA

PS. I dont want a genesis style rta
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9-IKTu3u8U
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Too bad, the Serpent RDTA is a damn good tank, FME. 2.5ml, huge airflow for a single coil tank, super easy build deck and filling, short and low profile, and the top coil is flavor city if you hit the sweet spot. I built mine with 2*SS316 26awg .4oHm nr-r-nr wires in parallel vertically with a 4mmID. Airflow passes straight through the coil and gives some of the most intense flavor I've ever gotten from an atty.

You could always go for the tried and true route and pick up a shorty Subtank mini with an RBA plus.


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Yes! The RDTA looks spesial!
But cause i will use it as "on the go" tank i was thinking to avoid genesis for leaking and etc

I use to vape on a Subtank mini with rba+ and it has less air the serpent mini if i remember well..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9-IKTu3u8U
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I am so desperate that iam thinking of drilling my alto..
I am afraid that i will short it out with the drilling
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9-IKTu3u8U
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It does have less airflow from what I understand, 3.4-3.5mm depending on the machine tolerances. That aside an STM just plain works, well and has great flavor with the shorty tank sections, and is a super easy build, especially vertically (vertical builds in single coil, bottom airflow tanks can also fool you into feeling like it has more airflow).

The RDTA is special. I got mine from JessVapin and it blew me away on the first build. The flavor is intense if you build it right because of the top coil being so close to your tongue. Nice fatty airflow hole in the base too >4mm. If you wick it right, mine can be set on its side or even inverted for a short time without leaking, though eventually gravity will win. I take mine out every day and the only issue I ever have is a bit of seepage from the condensation on the cap around the base of the cap. I also pocket carry it often, though I do attempt to keep it vertical as much as possible when not in use. Having some sort of carry case or setup in the car also really helps. I could see it being a bit inconvenient if you live in a generally hot place though, as you'd probably have less pockets for vertically carrying it available. I like using my jacket pocket mostly for pocket carrying, but in the summer I have a carry case for 4 mods, 4 bottles of juice, and 4 extra power cells that I tend to bring around most everywhere instead.

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I have no patience to build good so i am after the easy rta's

is an other choice out there for me?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9-IKTu3u8U
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Does it have to be single coil?

It might be in your interest to try a dual coil atty that's really easy to build, like one with a velocity deck maybe.
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I want single coil because of better battery life for my evic basic 26g 7 wraps on 3mm 20-25watts
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9-IKTu3u8U
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Dual coil with thinner wire would get you to the same place, and probably a similar warmth of vape too. All depends on the heat flux.

If you like 25W for example, I'd recommend using 2 SKU 3512802 for a dual coil build, 2mmID. Super easy build, ni200 lead wires are softer and easier to trap without damaging your screws and posts, as well as don't heat up so no hot legs or messing around with the wick to keep the legs saturated, and a middle section of SS316L wire of a know resistance to start with and can use all of for the coil (more surface area) that works well for TC and power mode alike.

Really wide airflow single coil tanks are not common unfortunately.

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