The Serpent RDTA is a genesis style atomizer, and Wotofo’s first RDTA. It utilises a dedicated single coil clamp-style deck. Each box comes with: Serpent RDTA, spare parts, user manual, cotton, 2x prebuilt coils, Wide bore drip tip and user manual.
The deck uses two clamps, centered around a massive central airflow hole. After doing a few builds on it, I’m a big fan. It’s very forgiving to work with, and easy to wick. Installing coils into this thing is a breeze, and it makes a really solid connection. I have not owned many rebuildable atomizers with clamps, but it’s a fantastic design and has really started to grow on me. Even after tinkering around with your coil and re-positioning it, the clamps will hold solid and won’t need re-tightening. Love this deck.
When the airflow is cranked wide open, it gives the perfect restricted lung hit, very smooth and non-turbulent. The airflow only comes in from one side, giving an amazing restricted lung hit that I’m constantly grateful for. The airflow can be reduced - to give a really stiff draw, and can even be shut enough to give a nice MTL hit. It’s a very versatile experience.
Oh my god, the flavor off of this thing. It gives by far the best flavor I’ve ever gotten from an RDTA, and even rivals my favorite flavor RDAs. With a Clapton build, fired at around 45W and the airflow wide open, it’s the president and CEO of ‘Flavour Land’. If you are a flavour chaser, this was made for you.
Filling is easy, with the two grommet holes - on the opposite side of the airflow. It works best with unicorn bottles, but filling with dropper bottles isn’t exactly difficult.
This is due to the fact that there is a hole for filling, and for air to escape. The tank fills quickly and can accept a ton of liquid.
Overall, I love this thing. I’m so happy that Wotofo isn’t following the “massive everything” trend, because this style of atomizer is what I love. It’s 22mm in diameter, looks great, performs perfectly and gives amazing flavor. Overall it’s just a pleasure to use.
This is the best RDTA I have ever used, and I highly recommend it.