TF-RTA: TASTE FURIOUS REBUILDABLE TANK ATOMIZER

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TF-RTA

HOW TO BE A REAL BEAST TAMER

It’s like a beast that you love to hate, so how to tame this “Beast of Cloud” ?

With the newest TF-RTA Tank from SMOK, it’s just 3 steps:

1. Cut a strip of cotton;

2. Build your coils

3. Use your hands and the screwdriver to start with:

Super big off-base deck, so easy to build; hidden sealing ring and innovative juice flow control system can significantly solve the leaking problem; patented swivel-cap design makes top-filling as easy as it gets; and adjustable airflow system with four large air slots at the base, you can control airflow as you like!

Ace, you’ve done it!

2 EDTIONS FOR YOUR CHOICE

SPECIFICATIONS

OFF-BASE STYLE

SUPER BIG DECK-OFF-BASE DESIGN

TF-RTA is different from other rebuildable tank atomizers on the market: exclusively applied the super big deck-off-base design. With 16mm in diameter, the deck space has increased by 30 percent (compared with the TF-RCA deck) and be more convenient to build. The deck-off-base design makes replacing so easy,and above all else, it’s more economic and cost-effective!

G4 DECK & G2 DECK

Initial available in 2 decks, and more will come soon!

NO LEAKING

HIDDEN SEALING RING AND INNOVATIVE JUICE FLOW CONTROL SYSTEM

For clearomizer or rebuildable atomizer, no leaking is a top-priority task. TF-RTA has more compact body and excellent sealing performance by using hidden sealing ring. Along with the innovative juice flow control system, you can close the juice flow slots before filling or replacing deck to prevent leaking.

PATENTED SWIVEL TOP CAP DESIGN

TFV4 classic swivel-cap design makes top-filling as easy as it gets.

DOUBLE-LAYERED DRIP TIP

The drip tip with double-layered structure has been improved on the inner layer of glass to avoid scalding.

ADJUSTABLE AIRFLOW SYSTEM

With four large air slots at the base, you can control airflow as you like!

HOW TO BUILD THE RTA(G4)

1.Before starting make sure your hands are clean.

2.Taking the TF-RTA G4 deck apart.

3.Installing the pre-wrapped coil. Insert one end of your coil into the up-side screw, and the other end into the down-side screw.

4.Positioning and cutting the exceeding ends of wire off. Make sure the coil is fixed and lined up with the air hole, and also make sure the coil is NOT touching the deck. Then cut the exceeding ends of wire off.

5.Cutting a strip of cotton and make sure it’s just larger than the coil you built. 6.Inserting the cotton, and placing it in the middle.

7.Cutting the wick at an angle and make sure it’s not too short and not too long.

8.Wet the coil with your e-liquid and adjust the wick.
Warning: Coils must be checked for resistance before they are fired on a device, and re-checked periodically to ensure the resistance remains the same.

HOW TO BUILD THE RTA(G2)

1.Before starting make sure your hands are clean.

2.Taking the TF-RTA G2 deck apart.

3.Installing the pre-wrapped coil. Insert one end of your coil into the left-side holes, and the other end into the right-side holes.

4.Positioning and cutting the exceeding ends of wire off. Make sure the coil is fixed and lined up with the air hole, and also make sure the coil is NOT touching the deck. Then cut the exceeding ends of wire off.

5.Cutting a strip of cotton and make sure it’s just larger than the coil you built.
6.Inserting the cotton, and placing it in the middle.

7.Cutting the wick at an angle and make sure it’s not too short and not too long.

8.Wet the coil with your e-liquid and adjust the wick.
Warning: Coils must be checked for resistance before they are fired on a device, and re-checked periodically to ensure the resistance remains the same.

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