The Mjolnir RDA By Cthulhu Previewed
The Cthulhu Mjolnir RDA is a new release from a brand well known for good quality atomisers. It is shown below attached to the Cthulhu Fractal DNA 75C mod.
I am already sick of typing the full name – it is almost like the cat walked over my keyboard.
Anyway I digress – the Mjolnir RDA is designed in collaboration with Anthony Vapes a YouTube reviewer.
Here is Anthony with a lengthy intro/tutorial about the Mjolnir.
So this is a single coil DTL RDA and apparently the deck can accommodate large coils with up to 4mm ID.
You get a solid 510 pin and a hollow BF 510 in the kit so you can convert this to use on a squonk mod.
The top cap has 2 airflow inlets on the side and you can adjust this to your preference.
To apparently help dissipate the heat there is a dual chamber assembly, the outer assembly is the top cap and this has an inner chamber and this separates the incoming airflow from the outgoing vapour.
The inner chamber also reduces the inner diameter to 20mm but you still get the convenience of a large build deck.
In the deck base is an large juice well and Cthulhu says this is approximately 1.8ml capacity. Also the alignment of the coil means you can drip e-liquid straight down the centre of the drip tip and it will hit the coil directly.
The kit includes an 810 drip tip but you also get a 510 drip tip and adaptor.
There are 2 colours to choose from – Black and Stainless.
- Cthulhu Mjolnir RDA
- 810 Drip tip
- 510 Drip tip
- 510 Drip tip adaptor
- Solid and BF hollow 510 connector pins
- Spare O-ring
- Hex Screw
- Slotted screw
Cthulhu Mjolnir RDA Specs
- Size: 24×29.3mm (excluding drip tip)
- Side airflow inlets
- Massive juice well (approx 1.8ml)
- Squonk or dripper 510 connector pins
- Single coils up to 4mm ID compatible
The deck is designed to be easy to build and the slotted post arrangement is one of my favourites – I love that arrangement on my Kaees Aladdin RDA.
Are you going to be ordering the Cthulhu Mjolnir RDA – if you can spell it – or pronounce it of course! Let me know what you think in the comments below!