iJoy Tornado RDTA Review
Today we will be taking a look at the iJoy Tornado RDTA. The Tornado RDTA was made with advanced vapers in mind who want to buy vape liquid online, and is advertised as capable of handling 300w. The Tornado comes with the T4 build deck, but has the option of purchasing the T6 deck which is capable of holding six coils. I’m not into those crazy builds but I was excited to get the opportunity to give the Tornado a try.
Specs & Features:
- 24mm Atomizer Diameter
- 17.8mm Deck Diameter
- T4 Build Deck has two 2mm terminal holes per post
- Stainless Steel and Pyrex Glass Construction
- 5.0ml Tank Capacity
- Dual Adjustable 15mm * 2mm Airflow slots
- Direct-to-contact 24K-plated 510 connection
- Wide Bore Delrin Drip Tip
- Slide-and-lock gasket for top-side refilling
- PEEK insulator
- Optional T6 deck, sold separately
What’s in the Box?
- Tornado RDTA
- 2- prebuilt coils
- 510 Drip Tip Adapter
- Spare o-rings, Screws, Hex Key
Design & Function:
The Tornado is a nice looking RDTA, measuring in at 58.6 by 24mm it holds a nice amount of e-liquid with a 5ml capacity. The Tornado features a huge, wide bore, non-standard sized drip tip. You can use the included 510 drip tip adapter if you’d prefer to use your own tip. The tank comes all the apart for easy cleaning. The Tornado comes with the T4 build deck and features a two post, velocity style deck with dual 2mm post holes per post. The build deck is 17.8 mm wide with plenty of room for those large, more exotic coil builds. I have seen people put four coils in the T4 deck, but I don’t ever build more than dual coils, so I can’t comment on that. You can also buy the T6 deck separately which has three 2mm post holes per side for a potential of six coils, which seems crazy to me, but it’s nice to have options for people that want them.
There are dual airflow slots on each side measuring 15 by 2mm that feeds into the internal dual 5mm airholes that