Photo stolen from teh interwebs. Not a review or anything, just me heaping praise onto an atomiser I liked when it arrived. Loved when I used it. Now adore having lived with it. Decent packaging, ample spares kit and a quality tool made me smile from the off. Sixty quid makes it fall between the cheap but decent attys and the high end kit, but it’s a price bracket that almost all the decent fancy RDAs used to run out at. Back in the day, word would spread that suchandsuch RDA would be landing with one of the handful of online vendors. Then it was up to the power of the F5 button to snag one. The modern vape market has its critics, but being able to go online now and simply order something decent is superb. Blah blah blah build deck. Blah blah blah flavour. Blah blah blah airflow. Hang on, the airflow is a bit different. And that makes it a bit of a pain at times if the cap isn’t lined up perfectly when you snap it on. Taking in from the side, then down and under turns it into something that’s just my cup of tea. It reduces space inside the cap so the flavour is intensified. Is it adjustable? Who knows? Never bothered to change it. The deck is easy to build on, the coating on the black version seems like it will survive my gentle hands, and the gold plating helps me remember which poles I need to attach the flying coil leads to. I have to wait for a couple of days to try it in squonk mode, but I can only see it performing a blinder. It’s genuinely the best dripper I’ve used, like, ever. I’m just amazed I never see any love being given out for it on the forum. The only downside I’d see with it is if you’re a one for flatwire coils - but then that is common to lots of other drippers. I was on the verge of grabbing a Basic V1.1 and the new one from Eden - but I’ve decided just to buy a stainless Reload to go with my black one. Nobody else love this atty?