East Meets West
iJoy and Limitless have teamed up for the Limitless RDTA. Many Vaping360 readers know China’s iJoy from products like the Goodger and Tornado. Limitless is an American mod maker that I’ve worked with on my old site; the company has recently been making waves with its color-changing RDA (video coming soon!).
The Limitless RDTA is a rebuildable tank that’s similar to atomizers like the GeekVape Avocado and Wismec Theorem. (People are calling them Genesis-style tanks, but as a longtime user of Genesis-style atomizers, I think this atomizer type is its own thing.) It was co-designed by iJoy and Limitless, and packs some potentially cool features. Here’s a quick look at the Limitless RDTA.
Limitless RDTA Specs
Before I get into my musings about the potential of the Limitless RDTA, here are the official bullet points, courtesy of iJoy.
- 2 Post Deck
- Adjustable Pin with Peek Insulator
- Hybrid Compatible
- Innovative Cotton Reserivoirs
- 4 ML Juice Capacity
- Innovative Filling
- Adjustable Air Flow
- Delrin Chuff Cap
A Delightful Design Medley
On paper, the Limitless RDTA looks like it has everything I love about the Avocado and Theorem, blended together in one product. Let’s start with the Velocity-style deck. This is arguably the easiest type of atomizer deck to build on and, as someone with average building skills, my preferred choice.
I’m also a huge fan of having the e-liquid reservoir under the deck. The first and most obvious reason is that this design is highly leakproof. While I’m sure there are some freaks out there that get off on e-liquid leaking all over them, I’m going to go ahead and assume that Vaping360 readers are sharper than that. Secondly, tanks with submerged decks constantly change the temperature of e-liquid. While there’s some heat in tanks like the Limitless RDTA, Theorem, etc., the e-liquid temperature is relatively stable.
The wicking system looks similar to the one on the Theorem. It’s incredibly easy to get cotton into the Theorem and it appears the same is true for the Limitless RDTA. Some Avocado users find it tricky to thread cotton through the holes on the build deck.
Lastly, I’m excited for the 4ml juice capacity. I’ve been using the Theorem for a few days and while I’m mostly enjoying the experience, I have to fill it fairly quickly. It simply doesn’t hold much e-liquid. On paper, the Limitless RDTA looks like an atomizer that will let me go longer without refilling.
Your Thoughts on the Limitless RDTA
I’m mostly sold on the iJoy Limitless RDTA. The one concern I have is with the refill system. I want to see how well the O-rings hold up and if there will be any leaking along those seals. Aside from that, it looks like it has everything I want in a 2016 rebuildable tank atomizer.