The Different Types of Vape Tanks
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The Different Types of Vape Tanks

Adding new vape tanks to your collection will help you experience all the different styles and designs available in the vaping community. Vape tanks can be broken down into four main types: RDAs (Rebuildable Dripping Atomizers), RTAs (Rebuildable Tank Atomizers), RDTAs (Rebuildable Dripping Tank Atomizers) and RDTAs (Rebuildable Dual-Coil Tank Atomizers). This article will give you an overview of each one, what makes them unique and how they work to provide you with the excellent vapour production. Here’s an introduction to the different types of vape tanks.

RDTA tanks

RDAs, RTAs and RDTAs tanks are the most popular types of vape tanks. These three types offer a variety of features and benefits, but they all serve one purpose: to provide the best vaping experience possible. Here’s a breakdown of what each type is best for and what you should consider before making your purchase. RDAs – If you’re an advanced vaper who knows how to build coils, you’ll want an RDA because it provides complete control over airflow and flavour.

With this tank, though, it’s up to the user to manually change out cotton or wick when needed (though some brands do sell pre-made coils). 

RTAs – If convenience is more important than customizability, an RTA will be the best choice. A rebuildable tank atomizer allows users to rebuild their own coils with cotton or wick while still enjoying all the benefits of a sub-ohm tank like adjustable airflow and less leakage. 

RTA tanks

RTAs and RDTAs tanks are more sophisticated than the more common RDAs, as they have much larger coils, a large tank for liquid storage and some come with a pre-built deck. It’s worth noting that RTAs and RDTAs tanks require much more knowledge about ohms and building coils than RDAs do. Some people prefer them because they have less resistance to airflow, which can help you get bigger clouds on your vaping device. It’s worth noting that RTA tanks are not rebuildable at all (they’re a ready-to-go coil). You also need a lot of patience when using an RTA tank, since it takes longer to fill up and drip juice onto the wicks. The most important thing is safety when using any type of vape tank–always wait for it to cool down before handling it!

RDA tanks

An RDA is a rebuildable dripping atomizer. You’ll need to buy coils and wicks separately, although some brands offer pre-made coils. For safety reasons, you will need a mod with variable wattage or temperature control like sub-ohm tanks. The upside is that you get to build your own coil which can be customized depending on how much vapour you want or how thick the clouds should be. With enough practice, an RDA Vape tank can produce immense clouds because there’s more surface area in contact with the e-liquid when compared to other vape tanks. RDTAs are rebuildable tank atomizers (like RDAs) but they’re designed to be compatible with pre-built coils instead of requiring the user to make their own. RTAs typically have replaceable coils, so you don’t have to worry about having the right kind of wire just sitting around waiting for someone who might never pick it up. 

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