Steam Crave Aromamizer Titan RDTA Intro
There are certain things in life where bigger is definitely better! However, the recent trend with vaping gear and possibly one of its main selling points is smaller more portable devices.
Nevertheless, there are a minority of building enthusiasts who love their large than life devices and tanks, which believe size is everything.
Steam Crave is one of the select few companies that design tanks for this niche market. Their latest release the Titan RDTA is a Titan and could quite easily be the “biggest tank atomizer” ever created.
Colors: Gun Metal, Steel, Black
Steam Crave Aromamizer Titan Specs and Features
- Size: 41 x 71 mm (without 510 pin)
- Capacity: 28 mL
- Tank Type: RDTA (28 mL / 18 mL) / RDA
- 1 x Aromamizer Titan 28 mL version whole unit
- 1 x 28 mL spare glass
- 1 x 18 mL spare glass (shorty chimney)
- 2 x 18 mL spare glass (shorty glass)
- 2 x style modular velocity posts
- 1 x series modular post
- 1 x vape band
- 1 x drip tip UItem
- 1 x Allen key
- 1 x bag of grub screws & spare O rings
The biggest and boldest RDTA on the market!
To say Steam Crave’s latest addition to the Aromamizer family is big is an understatement. The new Titan RDTA boasts an enormous 41 mm diameter base and an immense 28 mL e-liquid reservoir.
This RDTA features a modular build deck, is fully customizable and can undoubtedly cater to an extensive range of coil configurations. The deck can easily be transformed from a velocity-style to a postless deck, and many other setups making it probably one of the most universal on the market.
It also boasts the largest e-liquid reservoir ever created, at a gigantic 28ml capacity. This means the Titan RDTA can easily take you through a full day of vaping and more, without requiring a refill. There is also a smaller 18 mL glass attachment for those who prefer a smaller (not small) form factor. One last versatile trick the Titan has to offer is you can simply remove the glass altogether and use it as a 41mm RDA, now that is a big dripper.
The Titan features customizable airflow control with various hole sizes at the base. The airflow is designed to be channeled directly onto the deck for the best performance of more complex builds and for greater could production.
The Titan RDTA is certainly a grand offering by Steam Crave, which will no doubt please some users of this niche market. We love to see something different in design in the industry. However, it does make me start to think is this all starting to get a little bit out of control. I mean how big is too big? I guess we’ll leave that up to the consumers to decide.