Aromamizer RDTA by Steam Crave – For Cloud Chaser, Flavour or Both?

The Aromamizer Rebuildable Dripping Tank Atomizer is manufactured by Steam Crave, based in both the USA and the Far East.Steam Crave Aromamizer RDTA

Steam Crave have got to me one of the most innovative producers of mid range kit around, always listening to customer feedback and updating their items accordingly. They are one of the few manufacturers that offer interchangeable decks, as well as top caps and other accessories, for their atomisers, and their prices are budget friendly.

If you own the 3ml version of the Aromamizer RDTA, but would like a little more capacity, then you can simply buy the 6ml chimney version and add it on! There’s also a Velocity style deck, which you can simply swap out with the original 3 post deck, allowing you a different experience altogether.

The Aromamizer RDTA is available in 3ml (SC200-S) and 6ml (SC200) versions, as mentioned above these can be interchanged. You have a 3 post deck supplied as standard, but if you fancy something a little different then pick up a Velocity styled deck (sold separately) and simply change them over!

It’s a tank atomizer manufactured from stainless steel and pyrex glass that promises to offer a dripper level experience.

Let’s get on with the review and see if it does!

Kit Contents

Much like the Aromamizer RDA V2, it comes packaged in a flip top cardboard presentation package, with a plastic viewing window whereby you can see the Aromamizer RDTA itself.Inside this package is:• Aromamizer RDTA
• Spare Pyrex Glass
• Spare AFC band
• Screwdriver
• Spare Phillips screw heads
• Spare hex screws with allen key
• Instruction manual

It’s worth mentioning that there is a load of spares available to purchase separately that you can customize your Aromamizer RDTA with. You can purchase a delrin drip tip (or use your own), different colour Airflow Control bands, 3ml or 6ml chimney sections, and different decks including a two post Velocity deck that you can simply switch in and out as you see fit.

The Steam Crave RDTA Is Available From The Following:

Get 5% Off The UK / Europe Store – Use Code ECIGCLICK
Get 5% Off The US Store – Use Code ECC



Aromamizer RDTA Set Up

The Aromamizer RDTA sports a three post RDA styled deck as standard, upon inspecting this I noticed that just like the Aromamizer V2 RDA, it was totally free of machine oil and ready to use immediately.

It’s a little on the small side, and set up for dual coil builds only, the Phillips screws are installed by default into the posts however if you prefer hex screws, simply swap them over for the spares included in the kit.aromamizer rdta boxed

You will notice that the juice flow holes are at the base of the deck to allow your juice to come up through these and be absorbed by your wick. Like the RDA, the post holes are a little on the small side, I had no trouble fitting in an 8 wrap dual coil build with 0.4mm kanthal and a 2.5mm ID.

You want to make sure that your coils are high up on the deck to make sure that the airflow hits the coils directly, and you also need to be mindful that the coils are not touching the chimney when installing the top cap back on.

If you can work in a tight space then you shouldn’t have much trouble.Aromamizer RDTA partsIf you are using juice with a VG content of 70% and under, you will want to wick so that you have a bed of cotton resting on the deck to soak up your juice through the holes and prevent flooding.

If you are vaping 70% VG and above, snip the wick off so that the wick tails are resting on the base of the deck, this allows the juice to be freely absorbed and dry hits to be avoided.

The Aromamizer tends to stay leak free as long as you follow those wicking guidelines!

Airflow is controlled by one of the simplest systems around- a removable rubber vape band with airflow holes! If you prefer your airflow wide open you may as well just remove this altogether, however airflow can be finely adjusted simply by moving the position of the vape band itself.

It’s simple and it actually works very well- not to mention the fact you can get different coloured vape bands to suit your preference!

Key Features

• 3 post RDA styled deck
• Interchangeable decks available
• Adjustable airflow control- different coloured airflow control bands available
• 4 airflow holes that provide maximum airflow and keep your vape cool
• 3ml and 6ml capacity available
• Adjust your build without losing a whole tank of juice
• Easy fill- no fill screws needed
• Dripper level flavour in a tank
• 22mm diameter
• Stainless steel and pyrex glass construction
• Spitback protection
• Air flow comes from the top of the atomizer base and coils

How Does The Steam Crave RDTA Perform?

The key question is, does it perform just like an RDA? And the answer is, yes it does indeed. It offers flavour on par with an RDA, and with the airflow slightly less restricted than the Aromamizer RDA V2, it can blow some big clouds to match too.

At high wattage, the airflow system helps to keep the tank itself cool, and your vape is nice and warm at the same time. It’s absolutely an RDA package in a tank, and the result is one of the most flavourful and versatile tank atomisers around.

Now as we know you don’t need to worry about the VG content of your e juice when using a traditional RDA and the same applies here as well, as long as you have wicked correctly as per the instructions in the Set Up section.

Juice is filled from the full ports in the base of the chimney, and in use this is drawn up through the juice holes at the base of the deck onto your wick. I’ve had 100% VG e liquid in this tank, without a dry hit. There’s been no leakage either and it’s a very forgiving atomisers to build.

It’s one of the top performing tanks around, and really gives the Goblin Mini from Youde a run for its money in the performance stakes! Personally, I believe that the flavour is better here than with the Goblin Mini.

Final Aromamizer RDTA Review Verdict

It’s an RDA vape with the convenience of a tank. For me, it’s the best rebuildable tank around for flavour, and it also produces highly respectable clouds too. It’s superbly well designed, and the wealth of customization options available too make for an outstanding tank atomiser that can rightfully be considered one of the very best.

For the price, I wouldn’t hesitate recommending this to anyone. You really won’t be disappointed by the results you get from it.

The Good

• Dripper level flavour in a tank
• Excellent price
• Wicks any juice ratio
• Easy to build once you get to grips with it
• Access the build deck without draining all your juice
• Easy to refill
• Wealth of customization options
• Very good cloud production
• Airflow system keeps your vape cool
• Spitback protection

The Not So Good

• Small build area
• Small post holes

The Steam Crave RDTA Is Available From The Following:

Get 5% Off The UK / Europe Store – Use Code ECIGCLICK
Get 5% Off The US Store – Use Code ECC



Build Quality
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!


  1. This is the best RTA i have. The build deck is my favorite-the velocity style deck. The flavor & vapor production with this tank is superior to any other RTA I’ve ever used, which has been quite a few over the past few years. This is the best vaping investment I’ve made. I do wish there were premade coils available because we travel often & i either leave it at home or have to bring a mini build kit with me too. I give it a 6/5!!

  2. Aromamiser rdta is without a doubt a great tank with good flavour and cloudage easy to build on. But I’m not a fan of the rubber air control bands seems a bit of an after thought.


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