Oumier Maximus Max RDTA Intro
Oumier is back with their second RDTA design. The Maximus Max RDTA follows their very recent success with the Wasp Nano RDA. It should come as no surprise that Oumier is already making waves amongs vape reviewers.
With various comments being bandied around on the web such as “My Best RDTA for 2017” and “This RDTA is Freakin’ Epic,” we are more than a little intrigued to see what makes this atomizer so spectacular…
Retail Price: $20-$25
Colors: Black, Gold, Stainless Steel
Oumier Maximus Max RDTA Specs and features
- PEI drip tip (suitable for 810 drip tip)
- Capacity: 3 mL
- Top central hole filling, simple and convenient
- Big post holes – suited to a wide range of coils
- Square liquid guiding hole
- New airflow design – three modes
- 510 threading connection
- 24 mm overall diameter
- 1 x Maximus Max RDTA
- 1 x DIY Tools
- 1 x User Manual
- 1 x Spare Glass Tube
- 1 x Accessory Pack
Oumier sets a new standard for “value for money” vaping.
It doesn’t matter whether you love them or hate them – it appears that RDTA’s are here to stay.
Oumier’s Maximus Max RDTA is one of the newest RDTA’s on the market and with its simple design and user-friendly build deck, it definitely has the potential to become a firm favorite.
The atomizer itself consists of a 24 mm diameter base and a 3 mL ejuice reservoir. The standard construction features both a basic glass tank as well as an Ultem tank (fully interchangeable) and it is finished off with a goon-style, 810 PEI drip tip.
Unfortunately, the build deck accommodates only dual coil configurations. But its basic velocity-style setup ensures that it is super simple to build and wick. The large post holes and well-placed wicking holes guarantee great juicing and airflow control is also adjustable and allows for three separate airflow settings.
The most imaginative feature of this RDTA is the unique, center filling ejuice hole (with accompanying stop valve) that sits in the middle of the build deck and provides a customized refilling method catering specifically to needle nose bottles. While there are obvious pitfalls to this design (think dripper-style ejuice bottles), the appeal of mess-free refilling should not be overlooked.
RDTAs have fallen short in the market as a result of design issues relating to leaks and dry hits; factors which many manufacturers have failed to overcome. However, the quality machining and design simplicity of the Maximus Max seems to be a winning combination in this model and RDTA fans are likely to be impressed with it.
Honestly, given the price tag, it’s really hard to find fault with this creation.