The Avocado is a ‘Genesis’-style rebuildable tank atomizer that brings to mind the Theorem tank by Wismec but with a different type of vaper in mind. Unlike most RTAs, The Avacado by GeekVape has a tank that is seated below the build deck with the wicks dropping down into the tank instead of a build deck that sits inside the tank. Lets see if this design works better than the usual RTA designs that we have all grown accustomed to.
What is in the box?
Building and Wicking
As with all velocity-style decks, the Avacado is super easy to build on, the post holes are big enough for most builds you would want in a RTA. the wicking holes are large enough to fit in a good amount of cotton, however we recommend thinning the wick out slightly and ensure that the wick does not touch the bottom of the tank, we have found that half way into the tank seems to be the sweet spot and can still be vaped until empty due to the pressure change when inhaling.
Filling is easy and even glass pipettes can fit into either of the filling holes, to ensure that juice does not flood the deck, there is a hinged cover that slides over the filling holes. The Avacado can be used as a standard RTA however we have found that it is actually quite good to drip directly onto the coils with the tank being a back up to ensure there are no dry hits!
How does it Vape?
Our favourite way to vape this is with the airflow fully open, the airflow control options are good and not too fiddly. However, as with most airflow systems that use o-rings to create tension, the airflow can be quite stiff but this is nothing a bit of e-juice wont remedy.
We have run this device with several different coil set ups and found that, for us, dual coil fused claptons work great and deliver great flavour and cloud production. The wide bore drip tip is perfect the cloud chasers out there but with the flavour you can come to expect from a dripper.