The Creed RTA is an all new, massive RTA by GeekVape. It’s got bottom airflow and top fill with a nice build deck.
Diameter: 30mm at it ‘s widest point, 25mm at the base,
The Zeus Dual RTA comes with loads of goodies:
- 1x Creed RTA
- 1x Spare parts pack (o-rings and such)
- 4.5 ml spare-glass tube
- 1x Allen key
- 1x 510 Drip tip
- 1x 810 Drip tip
- 1x User Manual
- 3x Airflow chambers
The Creed features a gold plated pin.
This tank has a unique little feature. It includes 3 ‘Airflow chambers’.
Smok claims these airflow chambers will change your vaping experience because of the different openings they have.
You’ll build your coil on the build deck, wick it and slip on an airflow chamber. Pop on the rest of the tank and you’re good to go.
Well, we’ve tried them all and as for the difference they make: we don’t really see it.
Sure, maybe some will give you a bit of extra flavour or a slightly less restricted hit, but the differences are, according to us, next to nothing.
Anyway, it’s a nice feature on an already great looking tank.
Build deck, building and leaking
Building isn’t as easy as the Zeus Dual RTA, but it gets the job done. The deck is quite large, but both coils will have their arms in the same slots, making it quite hard to cut them off when you’re done placing them.
Wicking takes a little getting used to. The Creed RTA has got some huge juice wells, that you’ll have to fill up completely in order to prevent leaking (we’ve had some issues).
Make sure they’re full, but not too tightly packed. The cotton has to be able to move around just a bit.
Then, as you fill this up with e-liquid and pop on the top cap, you’ll compress the air in the chamber, which could cause some leaking because of liquid being pushed through the juice wells.
Filling them up with a bunch of cotton will fix most of that, but to be safe, always make sure to fill it up like you’d pour a glass of beer, keeping it slightly tilted.