In this GeekVape Ammit RTA Review we take a look at this unique single-coil RTA tank which promises to deliver maximum flavour compared to other RTAs on the market.
The packaging is pretty much standard and similar to other tanks, warnings are clearly indicated on the reverse of the box along with a scratch-off authenticity code to verify the GeekVape Ammit RTA is not a fake or clone.
Inside the box, you will find the tank itself, 2 pre-built coils and spare pyrex glass. There is also a bag of accessories with spare o-rings and screws in different colours and a tri-tool.
There is a small manual included containing lots of information on how to build, fill and use the tank.
As with most tanks, the drip tip is removal.
The Ammit RTA tank can hold up to 3.5ml of e-Liquid. Filling the tank is very easy on the tank, simply by turning the top section.
It is made from stainless steel and build quality is excellent with a very smooth finish. It is also available in black as well.
The airflow is located at the bottom of the tank and has 2 holes on each side and can be fully adjusted. GeekVape states that the airflow has been positioned to enter the chamber through the base of the tank to maximise flavour.
What is unique about this tank is the rebuildable deck which boasts an innovative 2 post design for single coil builds.
A pre-built Clapton coil is included to get you started and we found it very to install.
If you are new to vaping then this tank might not suitable for you. We recommend that you have some knowledge of the risks involved such as types of the coil to use and ohms otherwise you could damage your mod/battery.