DeucesJack: What’s up, everyone? DeucesJack, I’m at vapinginsider.com. Today, I got a new RTA for you. I got the Geekvape Creed, rockin it on top of the Champagne TAC 21, ohming out at 0.2 ohms, 80W, dual coil aliens. This RTA is 25mm at the base, bubbles out to 30mm in the middle with the bubble glass.
Let’s cut down low, let me show you everything up close and personal. I’ll see you down low.
WHAT’S IN THE BOX
- 1 Creed RTA
- 3 Internal Airflow Chambers
- 1 Spare Glass Tube
- 1 Allen Key
- 1 510 Drip Tip
- 1 810 Drip Tip
- 1 Spare Parts Pack
- 1 User Manual
Alright, everyone! Welcome to the down low portion of this video. Today, we’re going over the Geekvape Creed RTA. Check it out. Some Geekvape branding and social media, more Geekvape branding, Creed RTA, Geekvape branding. On the back, goes over some of the specs and stuff. Pause this video if you want to read it. There is your scratching check, barcodes. This is the gunmetal version.
Open this thing up, there is the Creed RTA. We’re going to put that on deck for a second. Here are your airflow tubes, I guess you would call them. The first one is like a cheese grater style and I’ll show you how to use them in a second. The other one is a solid one. I think this is the most flavorful way to run it. I have run it all three ways. There’s also another tube pre-installed in the tank that I’ll show you in a minute. You get different colored o-rings, a tri tool, spare o-rings, a single coil blocker, which I don’t understand why you would even want to use, a single coil on this, 510 drip tip adapter and spare grub screws.
Inside that box, you also get a spare straight glass, a spare 510 drip tip and a spare goons style drip tip. Underneath the foam insert, we have a Creed RTA user manual. Geekvape always does a great job on their user manuals. Kudos to them for that. You also get this envelope. Inside the envelope, you get a Geekvape card that you fill out for your warranty. File that to the side. You get a Creed card showing you the different colors the atomizer is available in. File that to the side. And you also get this warning card.
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM
I like that Creed branding in the middle. That’s kind of neat. I’m kind of digging it. I like the fact that it comes pre-installed with the bubble glass on top. We have an ultimate drip tip with a matching metal ring. The ring match is pretty well, goon style drip tips fit just perfectly, even my aftermarket ones do. This top fill cap is a little bit tough to get a hold of sometimes because it’s very low profile and there’s not a lot of places to really get a good grip. There’s some knurling on side but if it gets over tightened. It can be tough to get off. Let me show you what I mean. See how thin that top cap is? Very low-profile, even got a nice wide bore chimney. Kidney bean style fill ports, recessed over here. So if you overfill a little bit, you won’t make too much of a mess. Threading is very, very smooth.
On the bottom side of the RTA, we have some Creed branding, as well as a serial number. Also, designed by Geekvape. Gold-plated 510 connector insulator ring around it. Stainless steel threading over here. On the side here is where you have your side airflow. Airflow control ring is nice and smooth with just the right amount of resistance. Stoppers on both ends, whatever you do on one side happens on the other side.
In order to access your deck, you give it a little twist like you do on most RTA’s and out comes your deck. Inside, you’ll see, that’s a pretty big chamber. Not really any kind of conical design going on. The threading, though, is very smooth. Here is your tie airflow tube. Let me take it off so you can get a better look at it. You can see, this one, instead of a honeycomb design, has these little slots going on right here.
Let me show you this deck, very, very simple deck. Two post, one terminal per post. It’s not the easiest deck to build on for beginners because you got to share leads. So just be very aware of that. Here is where your bottom airflow is coming in from. You put your coil right above these two holes, right there. Here is where your wicking material goes right here and your deck screws are accessed from the top. They are flat head. This thing is just begging for a hex grub screws. It would have been so much better if they would have done that.
In order to build it, pretty easy, just loosen up those terminals. Even though you got to share leads, you can get some pretty big coils in there.
Coils were going to be using today are just some simple twisted coils. We’ll check them out, see how they run in here. In order to build this thing, all you have to do, take your leads, slip them in there like that. You want to use kind of skinny wire coils because you want to make sure you have room to share leads in there, just like that. Right now, what you do with your other coil is you take it and you also slip that through there and you kind of got a -it’s a little fidgety, that’s why I say this is really not for a beginner to start off with because you kind of got to hold everything in place. I don’t like these decks where both leads share one terminal. They’re definitely not my favorite.
Once you get everything situated, kind of way you want it, you give it a little hand tightening over here. Don’t crank it down like an animal. Nice and easy, same thing on the other side. Kind of hold those coils in place. Don’t worry about placement yet. We’re going to get to that after we clip all the leads add it away. And this is another reason why I don’t like a deck like this is because it’s kind of really sloppy. Hard to get to your leads, to clip them out of the way. You want to go for the easy ones first, like that one. Give it a nice clip. Same thing over here and you also got to be careful that you don’t clip the wire to the coil that you just installed. That’s another pain in the neck. Turn it over. Again, make sure you get a good grip on that lead. And then the last one, we normally save the toughest for last. There we go. Get in there as close as you can and clip that lead. That looks pretty bad, I know that, but what we’re going to do is now we’re going to work on coil placement. Get your coiling right in there. Get as close to that airflow as you can get. Same thing on the other side, we want to get in there. See how that coil got all bent out of shape? Well now we’re going to straighten it all out. Just get it in there nice and easy, right above that airflow and your build should look something like that.
Let’s post these coils and see what we’re ohming out at. It’s ohming out at 0.19, 0.16. See where we’re at? There we go. We’re at 0.2 two. Glowing evenly from the inside out.
Let me show you how to wick this thing. Cotton we’re going to be using today, Native Wicks Platinum Blend. Take a nice strip of Platinum Blend. Make sure you got enough for two coils. Get it pointy on one end. Feed it right through there, nice and tight, just like that. Now on this one, let me show you where you want to cut this cotton. You want to cut this cotton right around the threading, right there. Shout out to the Vape Shears. I had to get a new one, new set because I lost my old green pair. I don’t know what happened, I was helping my kid with some project for the end of the school year and we lost them. Cut the cotton right there, again, just like that. Now take the leftover cotton that you have, make it pointy on one end, feed it right through. Make sure you’re nice and snug and you can cut it even with the cotton you just cut. Same thing over there, boom.
Now what you want to do once you got your wicks cut to the appropriate length, you take your dental pick cotton tool, whatever you use, and get your wicks in there. Stuff them in there nice and gently. Try not to disturb the cotton. You want to maintain it’s wicking properties. Same thing on the other side, nice and gently. Then you take your slotted airflow cover. You pop it on like that and now we’re ready for juice.
Juice we’re going to be using today is Vape Wild S+C 2, strawberries and cream 2. If you like simple strawberry juices, definitely check it out. Take some from your juice bottle and just start adding juice. You want to get the cotton nice and wet, just like that. Once the cotton is nice and wet, I want to give it a test fire. You can see, we have vape and that just smells fantastic. Put your top section of the tank back on, just like that. We’re already open. What we’re going to do? Now, we’re going to fill it up right from the top. Just give it a nice squeeze, get that tank all nice and filled just like that and once it’s all filled up, you take your top cap, you put it back on like so and then you add your drip tip and you are ready to vape.
Let’s cut back on top. Let’s talk about it, let’s vape on it, cons, pros and then we’re out of here. See you back on top.
Alright, everyone! We’re back on top with the Geekvape Creed RTA. I gotta tell you, man. I’m loving that 6.5 ml bubble glass. That thing’s just a beast. I like being able to carry that kind of juice capacity around. Straight glass will get you 4.5 ml. This thing’s got great flavor and cloud production. That two posts, single terminal per post deck, I’m not crazy about them. I hate sharing leads on my decks. It’s not really for beginners. Not the greatest deck to build on. It’s a little finicky because you got to move your wire around to build it. Those internal airflow chambers, they definitely make a difference. I find this thing to be more flavorful with the solid one than the ones with the holes in them. I’ve tried all three of them but I like the solid one better.
Let’s get into the cons and the pros.
First con is going to be, no spare bubble glass. I got no use for a straight glass, I just don’t. My opinion is if a tank comes with a bubble glass, it should come with two. That’s just my opinion.
Next con is going to be, this thing is a juice guzzler.
My other con is going to be, while I like that low profile top cap, it can be a little bit of a pain in the neck to get off if you over tightened it or if it got tight so I’m going to give them a con for that.
I don’t like the deck. I already went over that. The airflow on this thing is another con because it’s a little bit on the loud side. It doesn’t bother me but it may bother some folks.
Last con is going to be no coils included. Geekvape, are we starting a new thing here? Every atomizer you get should have coils supplied. That’s just a given. You’re getting a con for that.
Let’s move on to the pros.
First pro is going to be, you got bottom and bottom side airflow. I like that. I like the airflow rings on it, that you can customize it. We’re going to give them a pro for that.
This thing’s got tons of airflow. We’re going to give them a pro on that. You airflow hogs are going to love it.
It’s got great flavor and massive clouds, that’s a pro.
Nice capacity with the bubble glass. We’ll give them a pro for that.
Smooth airflow, the airflow is smooth. It’s a little on the loud side but it is smooth. It’s not turbulent. Let’s give them a pro for that.
It’s easy to wick. We’re going to give them a pro for that.
I love the looks. I love the looks of the tank and the way it tapers up in the middle. That’s a pro.
You can do single coils on it. Some people are going to consider that a pro. I say, but why? But hey, we’ll list it as a pro.
And the price point on this thing is really good. It’s around thirty bucks and I think that’s a big win for this RTA.
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