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The Squid Industries Squad RTA Atomizer has been designed for use with the Squid Industries Squad vape kit only. Built to the same design as the standard Squad atomiser, with one key difference. Rather than using standard coils, this atomiser features a rebuildable deck that allows you to build and fit your own coils - for a custom experience.
This small build deck on the Squad RTA will fit a single rebuildable coil, the clamp fastening makes coil fitting a quicker job. The deck is wide enough to support coils for mouth to lung and direct to lung vaping. Capable of holding up to 2ml of e-liquid this atomiser features top filling, making refilling simple.
The adjustable airflow on the base of the tank can be used to give you further control over the flow of vapour, allowing for a tighter or looser inhale. When it comes to pairing this tank with e-liquid, it comes down to which coil you have selected and this tank will support both, high PG and high VG blends.
Important information about rebuildable atomisers:
Rebuildable atomisers are recommended only for experienced users. You should have the knowledge and access to the equipment that is required to set up this atomiser properly.
Before building or using an RDA you should have a thorough knowledge of battery safety, Ohm's Law and vaping in general.
Before fitting a coil onto your rebuildable atomiser ensure it is in a safe condition and registering the correct Ohmage, this testing and checking can be achieved by using a dedicated Ohmmeter. Coils should not be tested on vape devices.
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By Tommy from Birmingham
This rta has made the Squad a much better device to own, much more flexibility of coils depending on preference now