Coilart’s latest atomizer is known as the Azeroth.
A Rebuildable Dripping Tank Atomizer or RDTA for short.
It is made from stainless steel and reinforced glass, has a 4ml capacity and has an interesting build deck that features post clamps to ensure a secure connection for your builds.
A large vortex styled airflow configuration also means that this can compete with the best RDTA when it comes to cloud chasing!
Inside the Box
- Coilart Azeroth RDTA
- 510 drip tip adaptor
- Alternative delrin drip tip
- Spare glass tank
- Post screws
- Two spare post clamps
- 4ml capacity
- 24mm width
- 54mm height
- Manufactured from stainless steel with a glass tank section
- Side filling port
- Choice of two drip tips
- 510 drip tip adaptor
- Large build deck with gold plated clamp system
- 510 threaded
- Comes in silver or black
Design and Build Quality
The Coilart Azeroth has your atypical RDTA design, with a rebuildable dripping atomizer styled deck at the top, and underneath this there is a 4ml tank reservoir.
It has very good build quality, being made from 304 grade stainless steel, with food grade pyrex glass used for the tank.
Threading overall is very smooth indeed, and it all feels like a well manufactured piece of kit.
A 4ml capacity is available with the Coilart Azeroth, so it does hold plenty of juice, and this is refilled through a hole located on the side.
How To Fill The Coilart Azeroth
To gain access and reveal the filling port, you just need to slide the top cap upwards. Teen of course just fill with your chosen liquid.
Be sure to make sure the top cap has been firmly replaced once done filling.
The 510 threading features a gold plated 510 connector, which protrudes fairly far out from the connector itself.
Being gold plated this means you get extra conductivity over standard stainless steel/brass connector pins, making this good for use with mechanical mods.
The 510 connector pin is adjustable with a flat headed screwdriver, so you can make sure that you get a nice flush fit with no gap between your Coilart Azeroth and your chosen mod.
Coilart Azeroth Build Deck
A unique feature of the Coilart Azeroth is the gold plated clamp system that is used on the build deck.
Inserting Your Coil Build & Wicking
To insert your coil build:
- Unscrew the post screws
- Lift the clamps up
- Slot your coils in
After this, you tighten the screws down and the clamps should hold your build steady for you.
There are also ample wicking holes present for you to simply push the ends of your wick through, meaning that it does make wicking this RDTA very easy indeed.
Even though the clamp system is a great idea in principle, I found that the build deck was quite possibly the worst aspect of this tank.
It isn’t user friendly in the slightest, and if you like building large coils then the clamp system will frustrate you immensely.
The clamps and the screws that hold them simply aren’t big enough to hold down your coil legs securely if you are using a large coil build, which I suspect many potential users of this RDTA would like to do.
The Coilart Azeroth appeals directly to those that enjoy chasing clouds and a very airy draw, as there is a vast amount of airflow to be found.
There are large airflow slots around the top cap, which you can be adjusted by rotating the top cap to your liking.
Even if you close the airflow down, this still gives you a pretty airy draw, so if you like a tight draw you may want to look at buying something else.
How Does The Coilart Azeroth Perform?
I was left really impressed with how the Coilart Azeroth performed, it’s no slouch when it comes to flavour or vapour!
Firstly I felt that the flavour from this RDTA really was up there with the top RDTA’s on the market right now, it produces a very enjoyable and flavourful vape and I never felt that I had any issues with muted flavour.
If you like putting a lot of power through your RDTA’s, then this still keeps up even at high wattage levels.
As you would expect from an RDTA in this style, sporting the airflow that it has, the Coilart Azeroth is excellent for cloud chasing.
You can get a very airy hit from this RDTA, and some pretty huge vapour can be produced too.
It does seem to stay cool when subjected to low resistance builds, which is another plus point for cloud chasers.
The 4ml tank capacity won’t last too long though, so thankfully it’s pretty painless to refill.
What I Liked
The overall performance of the Coilart Azeroth is great. I felt it performed really well at giving both a really flavourful vape, and being able to produce a lot of vapour.
The build quality is pretty much top notch, save for the troublesome build deck, with a real premium finish to it too.
It does seem to stay pretty cool under high wattage use, which is a major plus point for those who like sub ohm builds.
What I Don’t Like
I didn’t like the fact that single coil builds aren’t catered for here, you are restricted to a dual coil build only.
The post clamps are to put it bluntly, a nightmare to build with, and they do taint the experience of what is actually a very well performing atty.
They are supposed to hold your builds securely in place however I found them too flimsy to hold large coil builds down properly.
The Coilart Azeroth isn’t a beginner friendly RBA, this is one that people with a fair amount of rebuilding experience will need to get to grips with.
It really isn’t easy to build, and it would give a newbie nightmares!
Final Review Verdict
Overall the Coilart Azeroth is a real top performing RDTA, that has performed as well as any other RDTA that I have tried.
But overall the whole experience was let down by the difficulty experienced when building it.
If you can get around the difficulty in building this RDTA, then you will be rewarded with an atomizer that produces top class flavour and vapour too.
- Great flavour
- Big vapour production
- Very well priced
- Easy to fill
- Great looks
- Lots of airflow options
- Two different styles of drip tip included which can affect your vape
- Stays cool under low resistance use
- Dual coil only
- Post clamp system is a nightmare
- Not beginner friendly
- Very thirsty
- Will leak if side filling port not closed off properly
- Will also leak if wicking holes are not properly covered