Geekvape Tsunami RDA Review
We all known that Geekvape released the Griffin RTA in 2015 which became very popular in the world in a short time and this brand was known by the global vapers. Today let’s talk about the Tsunami RDA.
The Tsunami RDA comes in a small cardboard box with an image of the RDA on the front and some key facts about the atomizer on the back. Inside, your RDA sits in a foam insert, with two spare drip tips (one standard 510 option and one straight-sided and threaded to fit the RDA) to the right of it, an Allen key and a bag of spare parts underneath, including a 510 adapter for the drip tip, spare screws for the posts and a selection of spare O-rings. This is more than enough to accompany the device, so it’s a solid offering here from GeekVape.
The Tsunami RDA feels very well, I’m pretty confident they are using higher quality stainless steel than most Chinese manufacturers. It appears the quality control can be a little hit or miss though; mine came with rough threading on the 510 connector and minor scuff marks on the top cap. It’s not a huge deal as one can expect minor flaws from an RDA atomizer in this price range. Even though the threading isn’t pleasing to the eye, it threads onto mods without any issues and is actually smoother than expected. There was nothing functionally wrong with mine either, just a few minor visual defects.
3).Size: d24mm x39.5mm
4).Color: SS, Black
1 x GeekVape Tsunami 24 RDA Atomizer
1 x d13.5mm wide open Delrin drip tip
1 x d12.0mm diagonal Delrin drip tip
1 x d11.0mm SS 510 drip tip
1 x Gift box with anti-fake label
The Tsunami has a very bare-bones appearance from the outside. The straight-sided top cap completely covers the deck. It has no branding or other marks on the outside: all you can see is the stainless steel exterior, the inward-sloping drip tip and the two airflow slots towards the bottom of the RDA. The RDA has a 22 mm diameter, so it fits flush to most mods. The no-nonsense appearance means it looks excellent on everything from box mods to mechs.
The build deck is a velocity-style two-post deck that is very similar to the one found on the Griffin RTA. The posts are a little more spaced out and the post-holes are a bit larger on the Tsunami RDA to accommodate larger builds. With post-holes 3mm in length and 2.1mm in height and each lead having its own hole on a dual coil build, this atomizer will satisfy just about any builder out there.
The only branding on the device is on the front of the deck, where the word “Tsunami” is printed in bold, proud letters between the bands of two O-rings. This actually looks pretty cool, although you’ll only ever see it when you’re removing the top cap to drip or rebuild your coils. “Designed and manufactured by GeekVape” is also written around the bottom of the RDA, surrounding the gold-plated contact pin.