My completely subjective opinion on this RDA is that i don’t love the way it vapes. It’s really a bummer because this company in general releases REALLY good products. My Atlas from SC is one of my favorite mechs of all time. The construction, machining and fit and finish of this RDA is truly awesome. Everything fits together and snaps together flawlessly.

Maybe i’m missing something with this. Any pointers or pro-tips are always welcome.

I can’t overstate this, as a person who liked… but not LOVED the original RDA4V, I love this thing on every level. Every gripe I had was fixed. The overall fit and finish is top notch. I think Beecher really killed this RDA 4Vaping V2. As the title says, it’s better on literally every level.

like… even the cap just snaps down on it’s o-rings better. Well done CoilTurd, well done.

Handfeel, handfeel, handfeel. The Snowcap RAVINE has handfeel for days. It’s shorter than a billet and uses a bigger battery. As I said in the video, it kind of out-billet-boxes the BilletBox. If you’re after a mech boro, I would take a serious serious look at the Ravine from Snowcap. I love it, but again many don’t enjoy 3D Printing. Their loss I guess. More for me.

THE DENALI!!! I forgot about the Denali.. ok so I do have 4 now.

The screen is honestly really nice and feels quite durable. As with most things, don’t just drop it on concrete if you can help it. As I said in the video, I know this Geekvape AeGIS T200 Touch comes with the Aegis name, does not mean it’s going to be as rugged or durable as others in this same “AEGIS” line.

The dry hits were surprising, but also made sense with the low liquid, so just be aware. Right-handed, finger button people need not apply. I kinda think the Smok GPRIV 4 is a better kit.

Having never used the original MAG devices from Smok, I totally see the appeal of them. The Smok MAG 18 fits in my hand like it was made for it. Super comfy experience. The TFV18 tank is good, but kinda just good. It’s my least favorite part of this kit. If I could get the MAG 18 with the TFV18 mini tank, then we would really have something.

Had some altitude-related leaking, but not any still in my day-to-day normal use. Everything on this device held up wonderfully, even the coil head lasted a few weeks.

Here’s the thing about the ALD XPLLO pod. The pods themselves vape REALLY NICE. The “open” airflow setting is probably my favorite. It’s the most Caliburn-like. The “tight” airflow setting is very tight. Too tight for GrimmGreen honestly, but not objectionable.

The ALD XPLLO drama comes from the batteries that are just failing on me. On something so simple like making sure a magnet is glued down properly. This doesn’t give me high hopes for their future products, but I’ll always give them a chance.

Brutal sunburn bro. The Vaporesso P60 kinda rules. The PT80s is still fine, and honestly vapes IDENTICAL to the PT60. Just something about that lightweight handfeel on the PT60 I guess. Also, traveling has always and will always make me gravitate toward internal battery mods for some reason. The fewer chargers I need to bring the better and the PT60 charges on a USBC cable.

Don’t smoke, Vape.