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Smoktech RSST

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The Smoktech Genesis Rebuildable Atomizer Tank. Made from Stainless Steel with a Polypropylene tank and spring lock center post for your positive connection wire. The RSST features a large 3mm isolated wick hole and removable tank, it’s feature set and looks make it one of the easiest to learn on and one the nicest looking, affordable RBAs on the market.

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9.5/11

Build quality ( 9 )
Ease of setup ( 10.3 )
Performance ( 9 )
Price ( 9.3 )
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Smoked for 15 years, vaped from early 2013 - WOW what a difference. Really enjoy tasting something nice and not stinking of smoke all the time. Run marathons these days, couldn't have imagined that when I was smoking.
They sayFinally got one in the post
They bought it fromFasttech
Paid$25
Their setupInnokin SVD

 

Device information

Made bySmoktech
Atomiser typeGenesis
Tank TypePolycarbonate
WickSS mesh / cable
Aimed atExperienced vapers

Reviews (3)

Smoktech RSST 10.0

My first go with a re-buildable, read that this was one of the easier ones to build, due to the insulated wick hole and sealed tank. Yes, it's fairly easy to build the wick and coil a good option for the beginner like me.

Vapour production and taste are excellent, I find the hit off it muted but this may be because I drilled the air hole out to 1.5mm from 1mm as I found the draw to tight, I'll probably buy another and drill the hole to 1.2mm this time.

Overall a good buy, well built and is supplied with spare as standard, when I purchased mine.

Wick type used: SS Mesh
Mod body used: Roller
Coil type: Single
Bought from: Celtic Vapes

Plusses
  • Easy to set up
  • Supplied with spares
  • Good build qualty
Minors No minors
Posted on September 9, 2013 1:32 pm
Smoktech RSST 8.6

Well then, this has changed my opinion of rba's completely. I've been battling with an AGA T2+ for the last few months, it's a complete bugger to get right and I've often spent up to an hour on it just to keep popping coils. The RSST took around ten minutes to get up and running and aside from a slight hot leg was a complete dream to get going - I just wrapped a coil and bang, job done.

I get the feeling the air hole would benefit from being a little larger and I'll drill it out a touch when I get chance. But I'm getting good flavour on par with the aga and lots of lovely clouds. The tank is plastic so I'll have to keep some juices away from it I guess but it gives a really nice effect. It sets my OCD right off though because it's just a touch wider than my SVD, I'm going to see if I can live with it and pass it on to a friend if not. I didn't like the included drip tip, but luckily that's easy to switch out.

Wick type used: SS Mesh
Mod body used: SVD
Coil type: Single
Bought from: innovapours.

Plusses
  • Wicked easy to set up
  • Decent flavour
Minors
  • Plastic tank
Posted on September 2, 2013 6:49 pm
Smoktech RSST 10.0

Great Gen-type atty. Considering the cost of the AC9, whose design the RSST borrows heavily from, it's quite a bargain. I run mine with a cotton tipped SS #400 mesh, twisted 32g. Kanthal, 4/3 wrap, 1.3 Ohms. Increased the stock airhole to loosen up the draw. Love it, love it, love it.

Wick type used: SS Mesh
Mod body used: Smoktech Magneto
Coil type: Single
Bought from: B&M store

Plusses
  • insulated wick hole
  • adjustable center post
Minors
  • tight draw with stock airhole
  • stock drip tip very loose-fitting
Posted on August 30, 2013 3:15 pm

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