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Im looking for a new tank and would like some recommendations.. I would like to get an rdta or rta but don't know much about them. I know the basics on how to build coils and such. What would be a decent one to start out with? 

I would like to have a decent setup and get the most out of my mod.

My current setup is a Lost Vape Thelema with a Geek Vape Z Max.

Thanks in advance!

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On 3/11/2022 at 11:52 PM, Logan A. said:

Im looking for a new tank and would like some recommendations.. I would like to get an rdta or rta but don't know much about them. I know the basics on how to build coils and such. What would be a decent one to start out with? 

I would like to have a decent setup and get the most out of my mod.

My current setup is a Lost Vape Thelema with a Geek Vape Z Max.

Thanks in advance!

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Ok, There are so many options and believe it or not that still isn't enough info not being mean.  Do you want a RDL (Restrictive Direct Lung) or a DL (Direct Lung) because It

Makes a big difference.  Now for being a beginner you said you would like an rdta or a rta. To be honest I would recommend you to go with a rta first because an rdta can be 

a bit more complicated and more finicky with the extra parts involved and for the wicking is much different sometimes and filling can be a pain sometimes and without meaning 

to you may even accidentally pick up a genesis style rdta and even though there is nothing wrong with them they can be complicated and have totally different rules of

building on them.  RDTA's do produce good flavor but at a cost of a little to a lot more work involved because it more associated to and closes to an rda with a tank on it.

RTA's are the easiest to start out on and of course the Jenna RTA not just because it's a Jai designed rta but it is truly a top tier rta for flavor, easy to build and it is a High End

RTA plus very collectible plus the airflow can go rdl to dl easily and did I mention the banging flavor, lol.  But it will be very hard to get.

Now what I can surest you to do is go to Jai's members videos and go pick and hit video's or play list were you can  see  where you van see his reviews and you will see 

High rated RTA's and if you want a high end one he has a choice just for them too if you want (but just an FYI most times they have the best flavor) start with the newest one and

work your way back. Jai & Brie did a wonderful job classifying the videos.  Once you find an rta or rta's you like then you can come back if you want and you can find more info

on the rta you are looking at and what others think of it over time with it and if it has more quirks and other stuff about it and you may find someone who may find someone

who may sell you a nice second hand one for cheaper because almost all hazers take really good care of their stuff.   This is about the best I can do for you right now and I wish

you luck and remember it doesn't hurt to ask more questions too. BTW where I am a more MTL vapor but sometimes I go adventure on the RDL side and one of my most

favorite rta is the the  Kayfun PRIME and I have a Kayfun GTIII which does rdl and the new GT V is the newest and if it follows the same format as they usually do they all are is

easy to build and have outstanding flavor but they are expensive and just 1 of many! You may get overwhelmed at first but it's ok you will be good and will find one for sure.

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Obviously the Jenna but after that goes these four for my top tanks.

Taifun GTIII for rdl. (GTV with small inserts is a good alternative)

Kuomo RDTA for best damn flavor out of an RDTA.

Kayfun for RDL or MTL depending on what model you get. 

DVARW for restrictive to open lung. 

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