What is there to be said about the iJoy Tornado? Well, this is the definition of a rebuildable made for hobbyists. An RDTA that literally is one of a kind, specially when you take into consideration the interchangeable T6 deck.
With the wide surface area of the sub-deck, the cooling “system” should also hit the actual deck without a problem. But if you do decide to run at high wattage, do not expect the tank not to get warm, just as any other piece of equipment.
iJoy Tornado top-filling
Their filling mechanism is very comfortable to use and we have yet to see any leakage from it, the o-rings seal it nice and tight. Just slide up to open and back down to close. With a locking design as well, turn it to the right to lock or the left to unlock.
iJoy Tornado deck and capacity
The iJoy Tornado does come as a 24mm and that just means a huge deck involved. The drip tip is obviously wide, and that helps a lot with the cooling, the fact that you can put out so much air through. If that was not enough, the 510 contact pin is 24k gold plated, for best possible connectivity. And if that does not please you, I am certain the wooping 5ml juice capacity it holds will.
Building the coil for iJoy Tornado
Our own test and trials, we manage to set up 4 fused claptons on the T4 deck that landed on 0,16 ohms and running on 150 watts with no trouble at all, no dry hits nor leakage issues (as long as you wick it properly). Of course you are going to get a warm vape, somewhat enjoyable and so rich in flavor, it was like a flavor shot inside your mouth.
- Tornado RDTA
- 2 ITS coils
- T4 deck
- Extra pyrex glass
- 510 drip tip adapter
- Hex keys, screws and o-rings.