75W Eleaf iStick Pico RDTA TC Kit

The iStick Pico RDTA – First Look

The 75W Eleaf iStick Pico RDTA TC Kit is now on pre-order.

The original Eleaf Pico was a bestseller and the Pico Dual was also a great option for those that wanted a little more power.

This one looks perfect for established and newer vapers who are looking to get into building their own coils.

It has a very edgy look to it which will appeal to some with Eleaf describing it as ‘punky’.

The tank is filled from a large port on the side and can take up to 4.2ml of e-liquid with an internal light feature to check the juice level.

I can’t seem to find any info on a TPD compatible version – so checkout Eleaf’s website for info on that and indeed the release date.


It features a removable dual post deck – 8 adjustable airflow holes and a wide bore drip tip – a built in 2300mah battery and is firmware upgrade-able.

Available in two funky designs in either black or silver.

Inside the Box


  • 1×iStick Pico RDTA
  • 2×Clapton coils
  • 1×Pure cotton
  • 1×USB Cable
  • 1×User Manual
  • Spare parts



  • Size: 50mm*24mm*100mm
  • Weight: 148.7g
  • Output wattage: 1-75W
  • E-liquid capacity: 4.2ml
  • Battery capacity: 2300mAh
  • Output mode: VW/Bypass/Smart/TC(Ni,Ti,SS,TCR-M1,M2,M3) mode
  • Resistance range: 0.05-1.5ohm (TC modes)
  • 100-315℃/200-600℉ (TC modes)

iStick-Pico-RDTA_in hand

Is the Eleaf Pico RDTA going to be on your shopping list? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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  1. How does the taste compare to using eleaf pico istick 75W with a kanger subtank mini? Looking to get my first mod after using a pen vaporizer for a couple months but always having issues with liquid flow and burnt/weak taste

    • Hi Inna,

      This looks good if you want to build your own coils, which is a more for advanced users so keep that in mind.

      Also, before choosing you need to be sure what kind of vape you want:

      Mouth to lung or Direct to lung (sub ohm vaping)?
      Do you want an integrated battery mod or are you happy using external/replaceable batteries?

      The Pico Mod is good and will work with the Subtank Mini but you may want to consider other tanks.


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