I love it when people say a RTA, etc is DOA...

"Guys! Guys! I'm not being Dramatic!" His hands have never done a day's work...

Also, Is the fish dead yet? It's sad to see all this flip-flopping, lol! This device looks to be a poorly designed Supbox overall, and mainly only with the battery cover bayonet fitting. Not a good idea, as many of you that own older QP RTAs will know that as paint, then metal, is worn away , the core measurement changes, slightly changing firmness when fitted in place. If it loosens too much, the top could get to a point of not pressing down firmly enough to allow current to flow. It is already loose enough to allow the tank to spin, not a good sign at start, but not a death knoll! I would prefer threads to allow a range of movement, to easily fix simple issues. This device creates a fail point that did not need to be there...they wanted to validate their product as different, and we got "different"