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The Vapefly Core RTA….A really High Review! https://ift.tt/2QzbpXh

This device was sent to me by BuyBest for the purposes of this review.

A more fitting song for today could not be found

The Core RTA from Vapefly is a sub-ohm, dual-coil, rebuild-able tank. Price and specs are yours to find, though it does find a very very modest price point for the value of the tank.

Hairless man pics and holy wire inside, enter at your own risk

The device comes as all other devices do. In a box of some form, with spares and dads of doo. Bubble glass and straight tank are included for your preference.

This is hands-down the best rta I have ever used. Let's get that out of the way right now. There's very little trash to talk on this one so if you're here for fireworks and dirty language you'll have to get the first half of that in another thread. I'm sure you wont have much trouble. lol.

The check marks are nearly all in the win column for this one. Great flavor, easy to build, excellent quality, screw-on top, 801 drip tip, etc. A few notable points that set this one apart….

It tastes fucking phenomenal for complex mixes like tobaccos and desserts. Defined, robust flavor notes and accents….Vapefly absolutely nailed it on this one. Simply put, I have never used a tank that tasted this good. While it may not be the best ever always and forever, it is the best I have used to date.

It does not leak. Quite simply. No leaks. At all. Upside down, sideways, shady wicking, etc. No leaks. Ever. First RTA I have owned that does not leak somehow somewhere at some point. Another very well done. Vapefly.

Let's drop a couple cons and go about our day, shall we?

  1. The design—the cyber tron circuit stuff is pretty subjective. A break from the rest and different, yes. I don't really care for it but dont really care at the same time. You may take issue.

  2. Can be a bit loud and whistle-prone. Fixed by filing the corners of your airflow to knock down the sharp edges, this needs to be chapter 2 in how to build a sub-ohm tank. Airflow across a sharp edge will always create a whistle. Remove sharp edges. Simple.

92/100 people don't achieve their goals.

What are you waiting for?

edited—changed the song to something a bit lighter. Thanks /u/AnxietyAttack2013

This device was sent to me by BuyBest for the purposes of this review.A more fitting song for today could not be foundThe Core RTA from Vapefly is a sub-ohm, dual-coil, rebuild-able tank. Price and specs are yours to find, though it does find a very very modest price point for the value of the tank.Hairless man pics and holy wire inside, enter at your own riskThe device comes as all other devices do. In a box of some form, with spares and dads of doo. Bubble glass and straight tank are included for your preference.This is hands-down the best rta I have ever used. Let’s get that out of the way right now. There’s very little trash to talk on this one so if you’re here for fireworks and dirty language you’ll have to get the first half of that in another thread. I’m sure you wont have much trouble. lol.The check marks are nearly all in the win column for this one. Great flavor, easy to build, excellent quality, screw-on top, 801 drip tip, etc. A few notable points that set this one apart….It tastes fucking phenomenal for complex mixes like tobaccos and desserts. Defined, robust flavor notes and accents….Vapefly absolutely nailed it on this one. Simply put, I have never used a tank that tasted this good. While it may not be the best ever always and forever, it is the best I have used to date.It does not leak. Quite simply. No leaks. At all. Upside down, sideways, shady wicking, etc. No leaks. Ever. First RTA I have owned that does not leak somehow somewhere at some point. Another very well done. Vapefly.Let’s drop a couple cons and go about our day, shall we?The design—the cyber tron circuit stuff is pretty subjective. A break from the rest and different, yes. I don’t really care for it but dont really care at the same time. You may take issue.Can be a bit loud and whistle-prone. Fixed by filing the corners of your airflow to knock down the sharp edges, this needs to be chapter 2 in how to build a sub-ohm tank. Airflow across a sharp edge will always create a whistle. Remove sharp edges. Simple.92/100 people don’t achieve their goals.What are you waiting for?edited—changed the song to something a bit lighter. Thanks /u/AnxietyAttack2013

Submitted September 14, 2018 at 05:17PM by ImReallyHighBut
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