Geekvape Ammit RTA Preview (Single Coil RTA)

The Geekvape Ammit RTA was designed for single-coil use and maximum flavor. This rebuildable tank features a unique 3D airflow system that envelopes the coil.

Geekvape Ammit RTA

Vaping in 3D!

The Geekvape Ammit RTA is a rebuildable tank atomizer geared towards flavor. It features a unique “three dimensional” airflow system and a deck that’s utterly simple to build on. On paper, it should produce fantastic flavor, while also providing a fair amount of vapor. Here’s a closer look at Geekvape’s latest tank.

[This section heading was inspired by The Dudley Boyz. 3D!!!]

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Geekvape Ammit RTA Specs and Features

Here’s the official features and specs list for the Geekvape Ammit RTA.

  • Height: 43 millimeters
  • Diameter: 22 millimeters
  • Drip tip height: 10 millimeters
  • Chimney width: 10 millimeters
  • Capacity: 3.5 millimeters
  • Three-dimensional airflow
  • Top-fill designe

Novel airflow, big flavor

Geekvape Ammit RTA deck

Although the RTA market is extremely crowded, there aren’t many tanks that were designed specifically for single-coil vaping. Sure, there are RTAs that have single-coil decks available and many that can be used with one coil, but the Geekvape Ammit was designed for single-coil vaping from the ground up. For vapers that prioritize flavor over vapor, it’s an exciting product.

The most notable feature of the Geekvape Ammit is its three-dimensional airflow. The coil is positioned so that air hits the front and both sides of the coil. The single-coil setup should produce superior flavor, while the three-dimensional airflow and relatively wide chimney should generate decent clouds. As with any RTA, performance will depend on the type of build you use.

If you want the best flavor, then you should definitely keep your eyes on the Geekvape Ammit.

In my head, I see the Geekvape Ammit excelling with Clapton builds or alien builds. The post holes on the deck are big enough to accommodate exotic wire. The large surface area those coils provide combined with the novel airflow design should produce a brilliant vaping experience that emphasizes flavor.

As a vaper that cares much more about flavor than vapor, I’m terribly excited for the Geekvape Ammit. On paper, it will produce the kind of vape I crave. From the deck photos, it appears that it will be easy to build on. If you’re the type of vaper that wants the best flavor coupled with a fair amount of e-liquid capacity then you should definitely keep your eyes on this tank.

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I feel like geek has made some of the coolest, well thought out products I have seen. I’m a little disappointed in this one’s post design. If it’s intended for a single coil, likely exotic build, why would I have a 90 degree bend at the post? I like the airflow though, I’ve only found comparable on drippers and I would enjoy a tank like this more than a easier to build deck like the RCA head in the tfv8 soley because of the airflow and ease of wick. Though you didn’t have to 90 degree the old RCA deck. Just a thought.

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u don’t know what youre talking about…90 degree bend…smh lol

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You don’t need to bend wire 90°, that’s just the graphic. It’s a velocity deck. Nothing new there. They are using it to enable the innovative airflow. I like the look of it and I will be ordering soon.

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It’s possible you have seen images I have not. The velocity has 4 screws, two per post(high leg-low leg). The pictures of the ammit have only one screw per post, if you wind the coil you will always have to bend a leg 90 degrees. In the images available they bent what would have been the high leg to enter the hole and keep the coil level and square in the chamber.

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Most attys have horizontal holes like the image I just posted. It’ll be fine. Buy one.

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When I think exotic coils, I think why bend them more than I need to, if you look close at the center post Clapton/twisted build, you can see I had to adjust the twisted to be a touch longer to stage the heating right, that is due to the 90s. With the tf RCA, I had the ability to do what I wanted in less space, as is the case in tanks, and not mess with 90s. I have done allot of builds on velocities that I could never fit into my own pieces. Like I said though, the airflow is a great idea, I would have rather had it with non parallel holes as you put it so I could really go flavor crazy with some staged, self wicking, high surface area magic and no 90. No smh here, just sad. The one geek released with the upper airflow chimney attachment would be great with a basic single coil deck though. If you see one let me know.

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I’ve only seen what you’ve seen. I totally understand your point, but don’t think it’s that bad. A simple pre-bend should make the legs easy to slot in.