The Troll RTA Intro
Wait, what? The Troll is now a tank? That’s right, the widely popular Troll RDA by Wotofo has now grinned itself into RTA territory, but the signature logo of the Troll will not be plastered on this tank. Fine by me.
Picking up where its predecessor left off, the Troll RTA It’s bigger and beefier, because well, now it’s a tank! It’ll be interesting to see if Wotofo keeps up their solid momentum built on The Troll RDA, Sapor, Serpent Mini, etc. From what I can see, Wotofo may just have a hit with this one.
Let’s take a quick look at this tank and see why.
The Troll RTA Gallery
The Troll RTA Specs and Features
- 24mm Diameter
- 5ml Tank Capacity
- High Capacity Tank Reservoir
- Threaded Top Fill
- Two Large Fill Ports
- Stacked T Post Midsection Build Deck
- Dual Coil Design
- Four Terminal
- Side Mounted Phillips Screws
- 2.5mm by 2mm Terminals
- 4mm Quad Circle Wicking Ports
- Quad Centered 3mm Internal Airholes
- Two Per Side
- PEEK Insulation
- Dual Adjustable Bottom Airslots
- 10mm by 2mm Each Airslot
- Can Be Sealed
- 10mm Bore Delrin Threaded Drip Cap
- 304 Stainless Steel and Glass Construction
- Gold Plated 510 Contactwo Large Fill Ports
A unique Troll
The Troll RTA by Wotofo has stepped up its game. This puppy is 24mm in diameter, 33mm in diameter, and it has a juice-guzzling potential of 5ml — not TPD compliant. YES! No 2ml tank here.
The deck on The Troll RTA is unique. It’s dual coil and it’s got the positive and negative posts horizontally stacked on top of one another. The solid mass of the stacked posts appears to reduce the size of the unused portion of the deck. As we know about deck reducers, which this essentially is, they’re thought to accomplish a better conveyance of flavor. In my experience, that is exactly what happens. Better flavor.
A Troll you want to feed
The post holes are generous and capable of supporting fancy wire builds, which is fairly commonplace these days. But here’s where Wotofo continues to mix it up. The Troll RTA sports an elevated deck. It’s not your typical bottom-coil RTA, yet it’s not one of the top coil genny-style RTAs either. The deck is positioned midway up the tank height, like the DigiFlavor Fuji. This shows me that the tank is probably capable of fast wicking.
Lastly, there is a somewhat domed chimney, which many believe will also add to the flavor potential. Combine that with the reduced deck and short stature and you just bought yourself a ticket to flavor country. That’s my view on it anyway.
What do you all think?