The Advken Mad Hatter RTA is the newest release in the Mad Hatter range.
This range is now pretty old but I have found a Mech mod kit, RDTA and RDA which also bear the same name.
What To Expect From The Advken Mad Hatter RTA?
The Advken website doesn’t give a huge amount of detail on this at present but I will tell you what I do know so far.
One of the first things I noticed is how short this tank is – the diameter is 24mm but the height not including the drip tip is only 28.7mm.
The deck is for a single coil with 2 posts and screws located on one side. You will need to use coils where the legs exit on the same side.
The other side of the deck features a curved wall with honeycomb airflow outlets. There are also airflow outlets below the coil.
On the base of the tank are the airflow inlets and an adjustable ring allows you to open or cover this airflow to suit your preference.
The capacity is 2ml and a slide top cap allows access to the refill port.
A wire bore 810 drip tip is installed to allow for more vapour and airflow travel.
A Dr Doctor Coil accessory kit is included which contains O-rings and spare screws. Also included is a screwdriver
Here is a video from the Advken YouTube channel introducing this RTA and includes a build tutorial.
There are 2 colours to choose from: Black and Stainless Steel.
- Advken Mad Hatter RTA
- Spare glass
- Accessories bag
- User manual
Advken Mad Hatter RTA Specs
- Size: 24×28.7mm (24×38.5mm including drip tip)
- Capacity: 2ml
- Material: Aluminium Alloy
- Single coil build deck
- Bottom adjustable airflow
- Top slide refill cap
- 810 wide bore drip tip
This is a pretty simple single coil RTA but the top fill and lack of height could be the most appealing features!
Let me know your thoughts on the Advken Mad Hatter RTA in the comments below!