SMOK RDTA

SMOK RDTA

Regular price R 680.00 Sale

Original SMOK TF-RDTA Tank 5ml Rebuildable Dripper Tank Atomizer with S2 Deck Dual-Post Velocity Style 

SMOK TF-RDTA features big build deck, hidden sealing ring and juice flow control system, top filling and side airflow slots direct-to-coil design. With TF-RDTA, you can enjoy a strong and open draw like RDA.
Features:

TF-RDTA S2 Deck
* Dual-Post Velocity Style
* 16mm Big Build Deck
* 0.2ohm Dual Clapton wires (Pre-installed)
* Optimum wattage: 55W - 80W

  1. Super big replaceable deck
  2. Hidden sealing ring
  3. Innovative juice flow control system
  4. Patented swivel-cap top filling
  5. Side airflow slots direct-to-coil design
Specification:
  • Size (height x diameter): 63mm x 24.5mm
  • Material: Glass & Stainless Steel
  • Capacity: 5ml
  • Thread: 510
  • Color: Black, Silver
Package Content
  • 1 x TF-RDTA Tank (24.5mm)
  • 1 x TF-RDTA S2 Deck (Pre-installed)
  • 1 x Allen Key Screwdriver
  • 1 x Replacement Glass tube
  • 1 x SMOK Vape band
  • 1 x User manual
  • Spare Parts
Simple packing. Customary Packing from the factory, the packing is subject to change without notice.
Operation Guide
  • HOW TO BUILD THE RDTA(S2)
    1. Before starting make sure your hands are clean.
    2. Taking the TF-RDTA S2 deck apart.
    3. Installing the pre-wrapped coil. Insert one end of your coil into the left-side holes, and the other end into the right-side holes.
    4. Positioning and cutting the exceeding ends of wire off.
    Make sure the coil is fixed and lined up with the air hole, and also make sure the coil is NOT touching the deck. Then cut the exceeding ends of wire off.
    5. Cutting a strip of cotton and make sure it’s just larger than the coil you built.
    6. Inserting the cotton, and placing it in the middle.
    7. Then guide the ends of cotton wick through the holes below.
    8. Cutting the ends and make sure it’s not too short and not too long.
    9. Wet the coil with your e-liquid and adjust the wick.
    Warning: Coils must be checked for resistance before they are fired on a device, and re-checked periodically to ensure the resistance remains the same.