Billow V2 RTA Review

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Billow V2 Black
Billow V2 Black

Billow V2 Intro

Welcome to a whole new world of rebuildable tank atomizers. Just like all the Sub Ohm tanks that have been hitting the market, these RTAs are also starting to cater to the Cloud Chasers. Don’t get me wrong, the airflow is still going to be bigger on most real cloud chasing RDAs but the Billow delivers a nice airy draw, wide open. This tank is starting to become very popular. Today we are going to find out why this is so.

Price – $34.99

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Billow V2 Specs and Features

  • 1x Billow v2 RTA by EHPRO and Eciggity
  • 1x Wide Bore Delrin Drip Tip
  • 1x Bag of O-Rings, Screws, and Screwdriver
Billow V2 Disassembled (Deck Open)
Billow V2 Disassembled (Deck Open)
  • New barrel and groove exterior design with two piece chimney
  • Rebuild and make adjustments to your wick and coils without dumping out your juice
  • Deck is designed with cotton grooves for convenient wick placement
  • No more screws to fill juice or adjust airflow
  • Adjustable Airflow Ring
  • Peek Insulator for low sub-ohm durability
  • Bigger Airflow Hole on the Airflow Ring and Deck
  • Wide Bore Delrin Base Drip Tip
  • 5ml Capacity

Notable Remarks

Flavor

Billow V2 Silver
Billow V2 Silver

The flavor definitely rocks on this little guy. Ask any loyal Billow user. This is definitely a flavor-chasing tank and one of the best I have ever experienced. The flavor on this RTA is dead-on. Perhaps that is why every Monday I see the same people stay rocking their Billows on our Monday handchecks. I continue to gravitate to mine as well since I am a flavor chaser at heart. I have also yet to get a burnt or dry hit on it.

Vapor

The Billow actually does live up to its name. You will get billowing clouds of vapor, especially with the airflow wide open. Of course it always depends on your build but even at just below 1 ohm this thing was chuck-certified. At .5 and below you can expect your fire alarm to go off.

Machining

Billow V2 Disassembled
Billow V2 Disassembled

The machining on this tank is sturdy and reliable without being too heavy. The threads just work, never have any problems with them. Like any atomizer, you are best off giving it a quick rinse but the Billow came to me pretty clean. Great machining especially for the price!

Aesthetics

Billow V2 Black and Silver
Billow V2 Black and Silver

If you have ever bought anything from Eciggity then you can appreciate that this tank has their logo featured on the shaft of this device, which looks pretty dang cool if you ask me. Overall it has a simple and clean look to it, much like any Sub Ohm tank, but the magic is on the inside.

Airflow

The airflow is pretty good for a modern style RTA however it does not match up to certain RDA’s that have been coming out lately for example the Mutation X. It will give you a nice airy draw, however the Billow is more of a flavor chasing device than it is a cloud machine. Too much airflow will take away from that flavor and in my opinion they have struck a nice balance for this product. I would say you get more airflow then let’s say the Lemo 2, but not quite as much as the Goliath V2.

Build Deck

Billow V2 Driptip/Topfill/Deck
Billow V2 Driptip/Topfill/Deck

Building on this deck is super easy due to the four-post design but don’t think you are going to fit some huge macro coils in this thing. Other than that, it’s a pleasure to work on. The screws are pretty tiny but at least the post holes are a decent size to accommodate the thicker wire. Wicking is easy once you get the hang of it much like every RTA. The trick is to get your cotton to sit just right on top of the little grooves.

Likes

  • 5 ml capacity
  • Awesome flavor
  • Four-post deck
  • Looks nice
  • Smooth and sturdy construction
  • Easy to fill and access coils

Dislikes

  • Deck is a little bit small
  • No option for single coils
  • Airflow control moves easily

Verdict

I mean, overall this tank is the shit. The thing is so well constructed and machined. If you are looking to pick up a nice RTA then you can’t really go wrong with this one. Personally I like the Goliath V2 a tiny bit more even the quality construction on this piece is way better. Easy to build, wick and fill and holds 5 ml. Ask any loyal Billow user why they love it and I bet they will tell you because the flavor is what you come to expect from a good rebuildable tank. It is not a dripper-in-a-tank but it will deliver big, thick clouds of pure flavor. It’s like your favorite sub ohm tank, except you’ll never have to buy another coil head again!

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Dave Kriegel
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  • MBobbie

    Picking up this RTA this afternoon. I saw that there is some way to make the Airflow adjustment somewhat stiffer by screwing in some kind of screw under the airflow ring (can’t really imagine how this would look like, but we’ll see ;P)

    • Dave @ Vaping 360

      Cool! I am not sure about that bottom screw, but the Billow has an adjustable airflow ring similar to many RDA’s and Sub Ohm tanks. I would just adjust it to the smallest setting and that should be fine. Besides, even wide open, the airflow isn’t too overwhelming. The Billow V2 is one of my favorite rebuildable tanks. Enjoy and keep us up to date!

      • MBobbie

        well, i found it but it didn’t work for me because i bought it second hand (moreso traded it) because of regulations over here. The threading on the body that the little screw screws into was stripped so no adjustable tension on my AFC, but nonetheless, you can find it by unscrewing the center pin on your 510, unscrewing the deck and turning the AFC ring untill the notch that is visible from the top is over the screw and you lift it off. then you’ll see a little screw that’s adjustable using the tiniest phillipshead screwdriver :p will build it now and see how it performs.

  • ICE

    I am proud to have it as part of my collecton