Oh yeah… the Voltrove RBA for boro is just really really really good. I don’t want to say that it’s the bridge I’ve been looking for, but it’s scratching my itch in a really good way. Not only does it vape amazeballs, but it’s crazy easy to build and wick. Zero leaking issues since, 3mm for the win, the Voltrove makes me want to burn my instruments.

Boro shootout coming soon I think. Things need to be compared hard.

Look this is just a long video and there was no way around it. I wanted you to see the full adventure / experience with the B-01 Boro RDTA. Spoilers but I think I eventually got it!! I can see how this works now, it’s a bit of a revelation. I’m a bit more optimistic for future SS Cable wick-based RDTAs for sure.

As for the B-01, it’s really really well made. The top cap can be finicky to position, and there is that whole song and dance if you want to re-wick / glow your coils. The whole tank has to come apart and it can be a bit much at times.

Lots to love about the TonyB Pulse AIO (by Vandy Vape), few personal nitpicks on an otherwise pretty rockin AIO. Truly and honestly if the black and smokey black didn’t arrive in the time I was shooting this video, It might have turned out differently.

Don’t forget to adjust that pin when you switch to a coil head based tank, and probably back again if you swap to a BORO tank. The chip was nice and snappy, plenty powerful with a good battery. Obviously, the 21700 battery life is a big improvement over the Billet Box’s 18650.

Ok so I don’t have my main computer, so I apologize if this video feels a little rough around the edges. I made the thumbnail on my phone, I’m working with what I got. Anyway…

I’m saying it again… The CEO boro bridge is hard not to love. Assuming you like some top quality-smooth-as-hell restricted lung vaping, because that is what the CEO does and it does it well.

Cthulhu Mods and sometimes be pretty hit and miss for me. Thankfully their AIO is something that hits for me. I know other non-billet-boro options exist out there. Lots of them are as pricey and hard to get as a Billet Box. Seems like Cthulhu will be priced lower and be more available.

Door play it’s whatever on this AIO, there is a little and it’s kind of annoying hence the score. The included BORO is pretty great, the flavor on the MTL seemed to drop and return when I swapped down to the 0.8mm then back to the 1.2mm.

Some early “dangle clacks” with the volume but we get it sorted out. So it’s been a min since we have been here on a Monday, but I felt like today was a good day to do a little stream with the Ceò by MT Essentials.

Mark Todd has released a boro bridge for the billet box and I’m terribly excited to use it. I’ve heard a lot already, gotten a lot of tips already so this should be FUN! I’ll post all my post stream thoughts on the Ceò down below as well as do a full-on, banana sticker review for the Ceò by MT Essentials.

I know I say “it’s hard not to love” a lot… but… it’s really really hard to not love the ORBIT Boro Bridge by Mission XV. 4mm airflow, down to a tight tight MTL airflow and literally everything in the middle. Top-notch fit and finish. Top-notch machining.

The MTL is honestly really good, as is the restricted lung. As I said in the video, I have tried at least a dozen bridges this year and the ORBIT is currently ranking easily at number one for me.

Here’s the thing. I wanted to use this KERCH because it looks like a bangin boro bridge. Notice how happy and optimistic I am compared to the end when I just look defeated. I gave this everything I had and It still wasn’t enough. This leads me to believe the problem is somehow with me.

I’ve NEVER uploaded an incomplete review before but I’m at a loss and I honestly want to hear from other KERCH owners and see if they have run into this problem at all.

I promise I’m trying to think of something new to say other than “It’s hard not to love” … but it really is hard not to love this thing. Haven’t messed up the wicking yet, even with excessive thinning, I’ve never got a leak.

I suppose I’ll get around to the MTL of the QBIX at some point, is it lazy of me to not include it this time because I didn’t want to rebuild? Here’s the thing. The airflow is smooth on the 4mm, so I’m assuming it will be smooth on the MTL airflows as well. The 4mm has good flavor so I’m assuming the MTL will also have solid flavor since the air-choke-point is right underneath the coil.

Do I need to say “Keep an eye on those peek insulators” again? Because I will and you can’t stop me. With that said the BP Mods Pioneer Insider is really rockin hard in the Abyss right now. This airflow opened up to 3.5mm is BANGING. Like certified restricted lung banger goodness.

The MTL is still very good, but not quite up to the bar set by the full Pioneer RTA IMO. All around the Pioneer Insider is a damn fine boro bridge. Damn damn fine.