What to expect from Gas Mods Cyber RTA ?
The Cyber RTA from Gas Mods offers us a single coil atomizer all that is more standard except on how to configure the airflows.
The Cyber RTA is the latest from Gas Mods and is a single coil RTA. Gas Mods is a company that always makes great products. For example, his RTA Krees 24, had a superbly adjustable airflow to suit all types of vaping. The Cyber RTA follows the same lineage and is a beautiful baby with a diameter of 24 millimeters for 40 millimeters.
Airflows that we screw on the deck
The Cyber RTA has a capacity of 6ml and what characterizes it is that you can screw the airflows onto the deck. Its design is not the most successful, because it looks like one of those umpteenth sub ohm tanks from Smok. The Airflow are composed of 6 holes, 3 on each side of the posts of the board. And we can use screws to plug or not these airflows. This allows fine adjustment of the amount of air and therefore the type of vaping with this Cyber RTA.
However, as this involves shutting off the air hitting the coils, one wonders if this will not reduce the flavors. But in the middle, we also have a fairly substantial airflow. So that ultimately the flavors will be preserved. With the Cyber RTA, Gas Mods takes a different approach, but takes inspiration from the Inlets that are trending lately and that have been popularized by the Brunhilde range.
A modular vape?
You have to see deeper reviewing to see how these Airflow impact vaping. But given the large airflow in the middle, the Cyber RTA will not be able to give you an MTL vape. Ultimately, we can do restrictive DL, but given the beast, it is made for aery vaping.
The rest of the atomizer remains very standard. Top fill and Cyclops shaped airflows on the outside. The placement of the coils is very simple and it is the same as the majority of RTAs that have come out on the market. The negative point is the design, knowing that in the colors, you have the choice between black, SS and rainbow.
On pre-order, it is around 40 dollars which I find a bit expensive compared to RTAs of the same type on the market. Am I going to buy it? My Supreme V3 is more than enough for me at the moment. After that, if Gas Mods goes through there and wants to send it to me for review, I would be happy to do so.
Other than these Airflows, there is nothing in this RTA that sets it apart from the competition. But again, the Krees 24 experience shows us that sometimes under seemingly mundane appearances, Gas Mods is able to come up with good products.