The Rincoe Manto Max vape kit review and trust me this one really does cover all the vaping bases you could think of.
For a start there’s x3 different coils that fit into the huge capacity pods.
Then we have the option of the 510 adapter to use your favourite tank – dripper or RTA.
And then you have a choice of an RBA or RDTA – like I said plenty of vape options with this one!
We’ve reviewed quite a few Rincoe kits with the Tix pod kit scoring well, whilst the Neso X impressed Laura-ann, who was also blown away by the Mechman 228w kit that delivered amazing flavour and looked pretty bad ass too.
What To Expect From the Rincoe Manto Max
Obviously great flavour and clouds from the 3 mesh pods!
There’s a single – dual and triple coil with the latter bought separately and I shall be testing out all 3.
The addition of the 510 adapter inside the box means you can use your preferred tank should you wish to – which is a nice touch.
But it’s the separate build decks many of you will be interested in.
Available separately is a single coil RBA and also a dual coil RDTA – and yeah I shall be taking a look at those too.
OK, the Rincoe Manto Max vape kit was sent to me free of charge direct from the company – thank you – and as always my views and opinions are not swayed by freebies.
Incidentally there’s a few explanations of what ‘manto‘ means but I’ll go with the Italian for cloak given this one blanket covers pretty much all the aspects of vaping you could wish for 😉
Inside the Box
- 1 x Rincoe Manto Max 228W Kit
- 1 x Cartridge 8ml (Single Mesh 0.3ohm coil)
- 1 x Dual Mesh 0.2ohm coil
- 1 x 510 Adapter
- 1 x USB Charging Cable
- 1 x User Manual
- 1 x Warranty Card
- 1 x Certificate Card
Specs and Features
- 40.3mm x 37mm x 111mm
- Dual 18650 battery
- 8ml Big Cartridge
- Mechman Chip
- 228W Output Power
- 0.96 colorful screen
- Fires in 0.002S
- RDTA for dual coils
- RBA deck for option
- Single/Dual/Triple Mesh Coil
- 510 Adapter
As you can see this is a dual 18650 kit maxing out at a whopping 228w – though it’s unlikely you’ll actually reach that giddy height.
The key here is the Rincoe Manto Max can be used 4 ways: Pod – RDA/Tank – RDTA and using your own coils with an RBA deck.
The 510 adaptor comes inside the box whilst the RDTA and RBA deck can be bought separately.
I have to say offering an RDTA option lifts this particular vape kit above similar set-ups and of course I shall take a look to see how it performs.
The pod cartridge has a very generous 8ml capacity and there is a choice of coils.
Inside the box are two coils – the dual mesh 0.3ohm and the single mesh also at 0.3ohm – available as an extra purchase is the 0.15 ohm triple mesh coil.
Rincoe Manto Max Mod
The mod is made from zinc alloy – is extremely light yet tough and feels good in the hand.
There’s a 0.96inch colour screen and it’s x3 clicks to access the menu.
Choose from x3 vape modes VW, TC and TCR and you can also change the colour config of your screen.
The battery door is at the base and the pods and various deck options snap on and off very well indeed – the magnets are super strong!
Rincoe Manto Max Quick Start Guide
- x5 clicks on and off
- x3 clicks to access menu
- Fire button and right button accesses color config
- Fill via gasket on top of the pod
- Push and pull coil at base of the pod
Design and Build Quality
I’ve touched on this but given the Rincoe Manto Max is made from zinc alloy it is both lightweight and tough.
It has a rounded triangular shape that really does fit snug in the hand suiting the thumb firer.
Speaking of firing – the fire button looks more like a light switch and reminiscent of the Aegis – personally I would have preferred a flush button…
The battery door feels a little flappy when opening it up – but once the batteries are in there’s no wobble or rattle.
Another word about those magnets – they really are extremely strong really grabbing the pod or deck you’re popping on – so watch those fingers lol.
The Rincoe Manto Max is currently only avilable in x3 colours: Black, Rainbow and Tarnish.
Rincoe Manto Max Pods
These pods really are some big ‘ole chunks of plastic and they need to be given the super deep 8ml capacity.
The drip tip cannot be removed and feels pretty wide bore – add to that no airflow control and you’ll see it’s quite an airy sub ohm vape.
The coils pop in and out nicely however the filling is a little shall we say uninspiring.
With so much thought gone into this vape kit and with all the excellent add on options – it might have been nice to have seen something other than a silicone stopper.
But hey…just a niggle.
Rincoe Manto Max RBA Deck
I’ve used a few RBA decks on pod kits and not enjoyed many, if any of them.
They tend to be ridiculously tiny and unless you’re a super builder [I’m not] or an 8-year-old Swiss watch maker – they can be extremely frustrating.
The RBA deck on the Rincoe Manto Max is massive and as you’ll see a cinch to build on – single coil only BTW.
They’ve added an adapter so you can build on your favourite stand – rather than on top of the mod – another great touch.
Rinco Manto Max RDTA Deck
Again this one is a big boy and it needs to be given you can dual coil.
Saying that, it is obviously a little tighter on there to build – but as you’ll see not to much of an issue.
The top cap is very impressive to with both dual Cyclops style at the top and a choice of two holes at the bottom.
The airflow on this can be used together or with one shut off – giving you plenty of options.
Here’s that word again…impressive.
How Does the Rincoe Manto Max Perform?
As always – it’s the zillion dollar question…
With so many options available one is sure to suit your vaping needs…or will they?
I’ll break this down into the x4 vape styles available from the Rincoe Manto Max: pod – RBA – RDTA and using the 510 adapter for your choice of tank.
Rincoe Manto Max Vaping On the Pod
OK, I’ve received all three of the available coils and have tested each one.
I used the delicious SuperGood Cosmopolitan vape juice from the Cocktail range which is a 70/30 VG/PG blend.
Rincoe Manto Max – Single Mesh 0.3ohm
The air is coming in from the grills on either side of the mod and also from the rather large slots on the base of the coil.
To that end, it’s an airy vape, and with 10 being max this is definitely an 8+.
Any worries I had about the flavour being washed out soon disappeared.
It’s definitely flavourful and Rincoe says this is best between 50 and 70w.
The lower end was OK, but at the max I was getting a reasonably warm tasty vape with clouds for days bro’.
Not bad for a single mesh.
Rincoe Manto Max – Dual Mesh 0.2ohm
Obviously this one took a little longer to prime and I advise soaking it for a good 10 to 15 minutes.
Please note: the coils CANNOT be swapped while the tank is filled – I found out to my cost lol.
Rincoe says this one is best at 60 to 75w.
OK and as you might expect, the airflow remained the same, however, did that extra coil and wattage improve the flavour?
I’d say yes and easily by a couple of notches.
If the single coil was around a high 7 to low 8 out of ten – the double really did deliver at the max wattage.
Really good flavour – pleasantly warm and with crazy clouds.
Rincoe Manto Max – Triple Mesh 0.15ohm
This is a big boy and does not come with the kit.
And yeah, as you might expect – this one nails it.
Not much happens at the lower end, but set this to 100w and flavour chasers and cloud chuckers will be in vaping heaven.
Deep rich flavour with just the right side of temperature for me and those clouds – you will create a micro climate lol.
Of the three coils – this one is head and shoulders above the others and well worth a separate purchase.
Here’s that word again…impressive!
Rincoe Manto Max Deck Options
The 510 adapter comes inside the box while the RBA and RDTA decks are available as separate purchases.
Not much point going into too much detail on the 510 adapter.
Quite simply it works and works very well indeed.
I’ve popped a couple of tanks on there and all fitted well with absolutely no issues.
OK, let’s look at the x2 build decks.
Rincoe Manto Max RBA Deck
Even for a fingers and thumbs old vaper like me the build deck on the RBA is dead simple.
It takes a single coil and the cross head screws may be small but bite easily enough and there’s plenty of room to get your coil legs in.
I used a Framed Staple at 0.26 ohms and was able to slot it in with absolutely no bother.
It’s the same with the wicking – there are generous slots rather than wells, and as always it’s best to mold the tails into them when the cotton is wet.
Do make sure your coil legs are snipped as tight to the deck as possible – screwing the top cap back on means even the slightest snag left means it won’t close and could of course give you a short.
I began at 70w and to be honest wasn’t that impressed by the flavour – nor maxing out at 90w.
Obviously it could be my build – but it felt less flavourful than even the single mesh stock coil even using the same juice – not as cloudy either.
Rincoe Manto Max – RDTA Deck
Give the Rincoe Manto Max RDTA deck is for dual coils, this one is a little trickier to build on.
The actual RDTA is very nice indeed – a simple design that I’d be happy to pop on any of my mods.
It’s a kind of postless design with a generous post hole and the Phillips screws are decent enough.
Once tightened in you need to move the coil to sit over the x2 airflow slots – I found 1mm-ish above them was perfect.
Wicking is simple enough too with a very generous juice port – just let those fluffed out tails sit inside – gravity is your friend.
Ohming out at bang on 1ohms I began at a gentle 80w and the flavour was as good if not better than the single mesh coil.
Up at 100w the Rincoe Manto Max RDTA came into its own.
Great flavour and bags of clouds – this is how I’ve continued to vape.
And here’s that word again…impressive!
- Smart design
- Well built
- Choice of mesh coils
- 510 adapter
- RBA option
- RDTA option
- Top fill
- Amazing clouds
- Good flavour
- Great price for basic kit
- No airflow control
- Coil swap only when empty
Final Review Verdict
As you can see, there’s a lot of vaping options with the Rincoe Manto Max, and a lot to like.
The company say this is a pod kit come AIO – which I guess is about right – but it’s much, much more than that.
If you run out of pods or coils simply pop on the 510 adapter and vape away on your favourite rebuildable or stock coil sub ohm tank.
We’ve seen plenty of pod set-ups like this that come with an RBA – however this is much more user friendly – even for doddery old blokes like me.
The RDTA option is something innovative and has to be welcomed by the vaping builders out there.
I had absolutely no issues building on it – indeed it’s so simple I reckon absolute beginners will have no problems whatsoever – well worth buying as an optional extra.
I like the design – apart from the switch – I love the way it feels in the hand and have really enjoyed using it.
It’s a shame with all the thought that’s gone into this one, there’s no airflow control – but hey it is what it is.
The vape is reasonably quiet and very smooth delivering great clouds if that’s your thing.
Of all the options available the triple mesh coil and the RDTA are very close to superb flavour – the RBA didn’t really jump out but again that may be my build.
I’ll say it again…yup – the Rincoe Manto Max is an impressive piece of vape kit.
So…is this a set-up you’re interested in?
Have you already bought it?
Do let me know your thoughts and opinions in the comments below.