Gear RTA Specifications
- Width of the product: 24mm
- Length: 24.75mm
- Weight: 35g
- Product components: stainless steel, gold, delrin, pyrex, 304 stainless steel
- Number of component parts without screws and washers: 6
- Number of threads: 3
- Quality of the threads: very good
- Number of O-rings, not including drip tip: 4
- Quality of the O-rings present: good
- O-Ring positions: drip connection, top cap – tank, bottom cap – tank
- Capacity: 3.5mm
- Overall, do you appreciate the quality of the manufacture of this product in regards to its price? Yes
Gear RTA functional features
- Connection type: 510
- Is there an air flow regulation? Yes and variable
- Maximum diameter in mm of the air regulation possible: 9.1
- Minimum diameter in mm of the air regulation possible: 0.1
- Air regulation positioning: Positioning of the adjustable air regulation effectively
- Spray chamber type: bell type
- Heat dissipation of the product: excellent
Two vents are located at the bottom of the base, each of which offers the possible 10 X 1.5mm opening.
Gear RTA design
After washing and drying all the parts, I set about building and I honestly can’t believe how simple it is. I used one of my pre-opened 0.4ohm melted Claptons and the cotton supplied by OFRF. Cutting the coil legs is easy to do once the coil is positioned where you want it (ideally centrally above the air hole). Dry burning, this made me smile as I could tell it will be good for flavor and clouds once the fire is lit. I installed the cotton very easily, you don’t have to save with the cotton as the breathability holes are a good size to comfortably hold a lot of cotton, without packing it too much.
At first I found the chimney assembly a bit tricky. By pushing the glass over the gasket on the chimney section first (so that it stays), you can then screw the base (build platform) on later.
Using a 70/30 VG / PG e-juice, I filled the tank. I screwed the top back on and opened the airflow. The ejuice remained in the tank instead of pouring the vent. I attached the supplied frosted drip tip, took a dry hit or two and then started vaping.
The overall vape experience on OFRF Gear RTA is indeed a very satisfying experience. For me, the airflow isn’t as big as I normally like, however it didn’t bother me too much and I found it a very pleasant experience.
For me this is comparable to the Moonshot, but a simplified version in terms of construction and breathability.
To conclude, the Gear RTA is an ideal material for everyone, men, women, experts or beginners, it is not complicated to use. It allows for a tight vape if needed and rivals good aerial drippers, both on taste quality and vapor production. Think about equipping yourself with some spare tanks, especially if like me, you have a propensity to destroy them on any occasion.