Geekvape Medusa RDTA Preview

Geekvape announces the new Medusa an RDTA with no glass tank, that also allows you to drip.


Geekvape Medusa RDTA Intro

Geekvape has quickly become one the innovators in vaping gear, so it comes as no surprise to see them putting their own spin on the RDTA with the new Medusa.

The Medusa RDTA brings some new ideas with a raised Velocity-style deck mounted on a short shaft that rises above a 3ml juice well – so you can fill the well and vape away or drip directly through the 15mm diameter ultem tip as needed.

There is no glass section as the juice is contained in the well below the raised deck, and the Medusa is short and sweet, at 38mm high including the drip tip and 510 connector. Airflow is provided two adjustable air slots on each side of the airflow control ring and the top cap has shallow serrations to allow a better grip.

The Medusa juice well is engraved with a sort of tribal pattern around the bottom of the RDTA and the sleeve features the Medusa name in block script. It will be available in matte stainless steel and matte black.

There are no details available on what exactly will ship in the package with the Medusa but I expect Geekvape will provide a tool and adequate spare parts.

Geekvape Medusa RDTA Gallery

Geekvape Medusa RDTA Specs and Features


  • Diameter: 25mm
  • Height: 38mm (including 10mm drip tip and 510)
  • Capacity: 3ml
  • Gold plated 510 pin

Kit content

  • Not available

Why’d it have to be snakes???


The Medusa is not technically groundbreaking, but it does break from the norm as an RDTA with no glass tank. I like that you can fill it up or drip, and you should be able to easily hit your target when dripping through the generous opening in the 15mm diameter wide bore ultem tip.

The large 24mm build deck of the Medusa should allow for some good sized coils and still deliver decent flavor with her dual adjustable side airflow slots and short chamber.

And I know we’re not supposed to stare directly at the snake-haired Medusa but sneaking sideways glance at the photos, I am drawn to the simple lines and logo. With the engraving around the lower juice well, she walks the line at being a bit too busy, but I’m reserving final judgement until I have this seductress in hand…

…unless I have the misfortune of turning to stone before the review sample arrives.

Stay tuned.

Gary Joseph
Gary is a retired technical writer residing in the metro Detroit area. Besides vaping, and writing for Vaping360, some of his other interests include motorcycling, watch collecting, bicycling and fitness.