The BIG Evil Eye RTA From EHPRO

The EHPRO Evil Eye is another Rebuildable Tank Atomiser designed and manufactured by EHPRO in conjunction with Eciggity, much like the Billow RTA, but it’s a very different beast to the Billow. For starters, it’s a big tank.

EHPRO Evil Eye Review

Really big! The Evil Eye holds up to 8ml of juice and sports a build deck similar to the one found in the Billow, and is really designed for some serious cloud chasing and high power, and priced very competitively.

If you like ‘em big, and with more junk in the trunk, will the Evil Eye satisfy your lust?? Lets find out…

Evil Eye Kit Contents

  • Evil Eye RTA
  • Drip tip
  • Spares bag with o-rings and screws
  • Spare glass tank section
  • Screwdriver

Much in the same vein as the Billow, the Evil Eye is very nicely packaged and comes with an excellent screwdriver with keychain and flat head/screw head option at either side.

Handily, this can be used with most other rebuildables as well. Comes in very handy for filling the Evil Eye on the move as it also fits the fill screw!

Including a spare glass tank section is really handy, the pyrex glass has to be amongst the thickest I have experienced with any tank, I accidentally dropped the tank onto concrete and it survived with nary a scratch! The Evil Eye is a real heavy duty unit…

EHPRO Evil Eye Setup

I must say that when holding the tank this feels extremely solid, it’s very weighty that is for sure! Everything with the Evil Eye feels really solid and well machined.EVIL Eye by EHPRO

Like other EHPRO/Eciggity releases, all of the different sections of the EHPRO Evil Eye come away easily, you can access the build deck easily, the chimney came away with ease to give access. I didn’t identify any machine oil present, it looked very clean and shiny inside.

You have a huge amount of room to play with here! The deck is pretty much in the same vein as the Billow RTA, but with the airflow holes centred rather than being offset, the same 4 post configuration is present here with generously sized post holes, huge juice channels too for maximising wicking of high VG juice.RDA Deck on Evil Eye RTA

The EHPRO Evil Eye is designed for high power use, so with that in mind I built a dual coil set up using 9 wraps of 0.5mm kanthal around a 3mm drill bit, this came in at 0.25ohm, these thick coils should handle over 50 watts without too much trouble.

Do not attempt to use the same build I did unless you are fully aware of how to do so safely!RDA Base

The post screws weren’t too stiff and post holes are very accommodating. After checking my resistance I gave them a quick test fire, pinched them with tweezers and centralised them over the airflow after dry burning.

I wicked my coils with Muji and left a small bit of wick in the juice channels. The chimney fit over my build without a struggle, and there was still room to spare!

You will find a fill screw at the bottom to fill your Evil Eye RTA, simply unscrew and fill the tank up, the capacity is 8ml which is absolutely huge, that should last you a day easily!

You will find airflow holes at the side of the tank plus a screw next to them- do me a favour and just remove the airflow screws entirely to give you an additional two unobstructed airflow holes, you will really reap the benefits having the airflow on this tank fully open!Evile Eye By EHPRO Reviewed

As this is a rebuildable tank please exercise caution when using, make sure you have an ohms checker to hand so that you can check your builds are within a comfortable resistance, check that you have no shorts in your build and that your batteries can comfortably handle the build you install in the Evil Eye RTA.

EHPRO Evil Eye Key Features

  • 30mm diameter
  • Huge 8ml capacity
  • 4 post design for easy building
  • Massive build deck
  • Huge juice channels
  • Designed for high power
  • 304 Stainless Steel manufacture
  • Pyrex glass design
  • Available in 3 colours

How Does The Evil Eye Perform?

Now this beast of an RTA is really built for high power vaping, make no bones about it. It makes no secret of that fact with the massive build deck and huge juice channels, but does it perform at high power?

Well I took it up to 100w, and it handled it very well, despite at one point me receiving one of the worst dry hits I have ever experienced, the vape was very warm and the clouds were absolutely huge, this sort of power though definitely isn’t going to be for everyone!Evil Eye RTA build

At more realistic, lesser power, this was a really impressive RTA. The flavour was superb at 60-70w, and I was getting a lovely warm vape, the clouds were enormous!

These really does kick the clouds out like no ones business, and it’s backed up with really good flavour production at the same time. Very impressive. I was able to wick max VG in the Evil Eye and it performed very well with max VG juice!RTA Evil Eye on SMOK M80 MOD

I was really impressed with the lack of leaks I had with the EHPRO Evil Eye. It did leak a very small amount of juice out of the airflow holes when I carried it around in my pocket, but when leaving the tank standing there was not a drop leaked.

This is a massive improvement over the Billow, which seemed to leak no matter where it was and how it was left!

Final Review Verdict

If you are looking for a real cloud chasing RTA, and are not bothered about size, then look no further than the EHPRO Evil Eye. This delivers clouds and flavour in buckets, it’s a fantastically impressive tank, and unlike the Billow it seems less prone to leaks.

It handles high power really well, as mentioned above I have run this tank at up to 100w with no problem at all, the tank itself didn’t even get that warm, and coupled with the massive juice channels I have no doubt it could probably handle even more power.

If only it was 22mm it would definitely be the tank to beat! That unfortunately is what would put most off of purchasing the Evil Eye, it’s size is going to put people off. Looks aren’t everything however, and people put off by the size and appearance of the Evil Eye are going to miss out on one of the top performing tanks around!

The Good

  • Handles high power with no trouble
  • Stays reasonably cool even at high power
  • Massive clouds
  • Great flavour
  • Very user friendly build deck
  • Huge 8ml capacity, you won’t need to refill this too often throughout the day!
  • Priced extremely well

The Not So Good

  • 30mm size is going to put a lot of people off
  • Not the best looking tank
  • Airflow screws are lost very easily
REVIEW OVERVIEW
Build Quality
Clouds
Flavour
Chances of Buying a Replacement if Lost
Been vaping full time for three and a half years, started on cigalikes for a fair while then curiosity got the better of me and I moved onto an ego/ce5 set up after, a month or two later I was seeing people walking around with these interesting shiny tubes and I thought 'I gotta get one of those'. Before I knew it a trip down to my local B&M got me my first VW mod, an Innokin SVD, paired with an iClear 30, and I was hooked. Soon after that I was jumping to VW mods both box and tube shaped, before I then made the jump to rebuilding and thus sub ohming, with my first RDA and mech mod. These days I'm still preferring mechanical mods, but using VW mods with both RDA's and tanks alike whilst on the move, most importantly I am still loving vaping!

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