I guess “unique” would be a solid way to explain the BP Mods SURE RTA. Does a stellar MTL and RDL vape. The 1.2mm is my jam for MTL but it does go all the way down to 0.8mm and up to 3mm.
The airflow, while not super smooth, it’s not super sharp or turbulent either, it’s just kinda “fine”. Top cap isn’t nearly as much of an issue as I thought it would be, for the most part, if you treat it like an RDA, you should be good. If the cap came off and sat horizontally for an extended period of time, yeah it would probably make a mess and leak everywhere.
Ceramic coil heads have been one in the past a bunch, for “cloud chasing” they could never compare with traditional cotton coil heads, then mesh came along and took it even further. BP Mods is trying the ceramic coil heads again with the Pioneer S Tank and man they have come a long way.
The MTL is still kinda less than awesome. Ungodly amounts of liquid are required to prime this thing. The 0.5 restricted lung is absolutely incredible, the airflow gets sharp, but the flavor bangs… it bangs for days and keeps going and bangs harder.
As I said, this is my first experience with the DOT AIO, or any DOT AIO compatible RBA. I feel like the Pioneer was a solid first entry for me. Lots to love about the Pioneer DOT RBA, not much at all to dislike.
The MTL airflow is stellar, the restricted lung leaves maybe a little bit to be desired, it’s still a really good vape, but I feel like the airflow of the DOT AIO is holding it back. Feels very hollow to me. Flavor is still spot on. Really good BP Construction as we have come to know from them. I don’t know that this is a “CERTIFIED” banger, but the Pioneer DOT RBA is currently very very enjoyable and versatile.
Add this video to the pile of positive reviews for the Bushido V3 RDA, because it really is a banger. The deck is mostly really easy, but can be a little finicky. It’s worth it because the flavor on the Bushido V3 RDA is awesome sauce 500.
The Bushido squonk is pretty rad, and I LOVE the bottom fill on it. I Don’t love the form factor ( just a box) and I don’t love the play on the door, for the money I’m not expecting perfection, but I also don’t want rattle on the door.
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.
What do you use on top of an 18350 mod? let me know down below. As I said in the video, I don’t know that this IAIDO mod is for sale, or will be for sale later on or how much it will cost or anything, but I do know that I love holding and using this IAIDO mod. The 18650 / 18350 conversion thing is cool, I just need to find a use for the 18350 mod. What do you use? let me know down below.
BP Mods did a great job with this thing, I would love to see a mass-produced version. The design does look a little wonky until you get it in your hand. The Acrylic type material the IAIDO Mod is made out of is beautiful to look at.
Hey Everyone! welcome to the Monday Afternoon Build Stream. I’m not even going to pretend this will be done in less than an hour. We are spending today fiddling around with some MTL tanks. In addition to the buffet of MTL ( mouth to lung ) tanks I have, we are going to spend some extra time on the new Kayfun Lite Plus 2020. Or maybe now it’s 2021 I don’t know. It’s great and we are going to build it, as well as clean up and freshen up a few other choice MTL tanks including Bogan’s ETHER RTA, The DVARW and lastly the Pioneer.
I hate the term “shoot out” but that’s mostly what this will be. Is the KayFun still the king of my MTL world? I honestly don’t know anymore and I feel the need to put all my favorite MTL tanks up against each other. Post stream thoughts will be down below as well as timestamps. Though there should be chapters on this video. WHOO HOO!! WELCOME!!
TIMESTAMPS 0:00 Introduction 1:12 Up Close 6:36 Pros and Cons 9:58 Final Thoughts
When an RTA looks high end, but isn’t actually high end, that is the Pioneer RTA. It’s versatile AF. The amount of accesories is staggering. Two post deck is easy to build on, it’s easy to wick and all the parts fit together really well. Some cheap feeling parts here and there, some squeaky threads throughout, but otherwise it’s a pretty solid feeling RTA.