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Apr 10, 2017
Today I would like to share my impression of Azeroth RDTA from CoilART.
CoilART Azeroth RDTA looks stylish, has a gilded platform and a very powerful airflow similar to the WOTOFO Troll RDA V2.
CoilART is well known for its quality interchangeable evaporators for many tanks. It also began to make ready-made spirals.
There are two different wide drains of drip tip and an adapter for 510 drip tips, spare glass, spare rings, screws and pressure plates of the base. There is also a cross-shaped screwdriver and a cardboard circle with the company's logo.
At the top of the box is a large transparent window of round shape. From the bottom there is a scratch code to check the originality on the company's website.
There are steel and black versions. The black coating is matte, looks very nice, but if it gets liquid it becomes unattractive and has to be wiped. How far it will show only time, but it looks pretty good.
Also Azeroth RDTA can be purchased in a gold version.
Unlike all other popular RDTAs, Azeroth blowing is implemented in the form of three inclined slots a la WOTOFO Troll RDA V2.
Also feature Azeroth RDTA is a gold-plated base with clamping plates made in the style of the RDA drip.
The steel and black versions look quite different. Top cap and drip-tip in both versions are black.
If the black version of the engraved logo of the company is almost flat, then the steel is much more embossed and deep.
In the steel version, only the serviced base is gilded, and for the black version the gold plated and the base and the ring.
The view of both versions from the bottom. In terms of practicality, the steel version will be preferable, but the black looks more stylish and beautiful.
All O-rings for installed or spare are black. The screws are interesting - they have a notch on the perimeter of the cap.
Build quality is good. O-rings are chosen quite successfully. The Plus base does not hold the base and can be adjusted.
To avoid problems with biting off extra legs of the winding, I recommend installing and aligning the spiral separately.
In this plan, the base is less convenient than the Velocity base, where each of the spirals can be fixed and adjusted independently.
For a more accurate and directional blowing, I decided to tilt the spirals a little like the blowing holes.
After installing and burning spirals, the overall resistance is 0.35 Ohm, which exactly corresponds to the claimed (one 0.7 Ohm).
Tails stack conveniently. You cannot lower the tails to the bottom of the tank. So they will not be visible but wetted enough with inclines.
Before winding the ring, it is important to moisten the tails and gently place them in the grooves so that they do not get caught in the thread when tightening.
Many people complained that Limitless was leaking if it was lying horizontally. This problem is very easily solved: if the tail material.
The wick is not enough to securely cover the feed openings, and then put another one piece of cotton wool there.
The ring should be wound in such a way that the filling hole is between the tails of the wick. If the tails are not long, then 5ml is placed in the tank.
Winding works fine in the range of 100-120 watts. On one hole of taste for me too much, I open a little bit of the second.
Comparison of the appearance of the steel and black version of the CoilART Azeroth RDTA with installed different drippers.
With the large 24mm diameter for coil building, CoilART Azeroth RDTA is more attrative than others.
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