The Steam Crave Aromamizer Supreme RDTA follows on from the Aromamizer RDTA, an atomiser that I felt offered some of the best flavour and clouds from any rebuildable tank I have experienced.

It was one of the first atomisers on the market that was a ‘true’ Rebuildable Dripping Tank Atomiser, or RDTA, featuring a dripper style deck with the convenience and capacity of a tank.steam crave supreme rdta review

What Can We Expect From The Steam Crave Aromamizer Supreme?

The Steam Crave Aromamizer Supreme is still a fully fledged RDTA, that comes in 4ml or 7ml capacity versions. It’s been beefed up to 25mm, to accommodate a larger 16.5mm velocity styled build deck.

Airflow has been beefed up even more to provide even larger airflow to your coils, and it now has an adjustable feature to align the airholes with the coils in order to optimise flavour.

A juice flow control ring has been added for you to control how much juice is flowing to your coils, and a simple twist off and top fill system has also been used.

I’m a big fan of the Aromamizer RDTA, it is still a tank I use near enough every single day, so I have high hopes for the Steam Crave Aromamizer Supreme!

Kit Contents

  • Steam Crave Aromamizer Supreme RDTA
  • Spares bag
  • Screws and O-Rings
  • Instruction bookletSteam-crave aromamizer supreme box

Key Features

  • 25mm diameter
  • Manufactured from 304 Stainless Steel
  • Black and Silver colours available
  • 4ml or 7ml options
  • 16.5mm Velocity styled build deck
  • 2mm post holes
  • Juice flow control
  • Refined airflow control
  • Direct airflow to your build
  • Reinforced pyrex glass tank section
  • PEEK Insulators
  • Top filling
  • Adjustable 510 connector

Build Quality and Design

I’ll put it out there straight away and say that I’m definitely not the biggest fan of the looks of the Steam Crave Aromamizer Supreme RDTA.

With it’s 25mm width it’s pretty fat and tends to overhang pretty much every vape mod that I own, the 7ml capacity version is tall as well making this a pretty big tank!

The 4ml version I have is shorter but I did struggle to get over the size and width of this tank!steam crave aromamizer supreme rdta review

That being said, it’s a really well made tank, the machining is top notch and everything slots together perfectly.

The Steam Crave Aromamizer Supreme is machined from 304 Stainless Steel, with a reinforced Pyrex glass tank section, and it definitely stands up to every day usage.steam crave aromamizer supreme base

Top filling is present here, simply twist off the top cap and two filling ports are revealed. Juice flow control is present and you really can finely adjust the juice flow by rotating the tank, from closed right off to wide open for thicker juices.steam crave aromamizer supreme parts

At the base of the tank there is an adjustable 510 connector as well, so you can adjust the connection with fixed 510 connectors.

Build Deck

Originally, the two post Velocity styled build deck was offered as an option for the Aromamizer RDTA that you could purchase separately. However, it proved so popular that Steam Crave began to offer the Aromamizer RDTA with the Velocity styled deck included.steam crave aromamizer supreme rdta deck

Steam Crave have opted to go for a two post Velocity styled deck with the Aromamizer Supreme RDTA, and it’s one of my favourite decks to build on.

There’s a wealth of space here, with 16.5mm of build deck area, and the post holes are 2mm in size allowing you to get creative with your builds.

You can build this with dual or quad horizontal coils, or dual vertical coils, and with the amount of space you can use thick and fat coils, the post screws clamp the coil legs down perfectly for a great connection.steam crave aromamizer supreme rba deck

The juice feed holes at the base of the deck have been enlarged, you just need to make sure you use plenty of wick otherwise you will get some nasty leaks.

Airflow

I was delighted to see that one of my biggest bug bears with the original Aromamizer RDTA, the vape band airflow, has been done away with and replaced by a fully fledged airflow control ring, that offers a lot of options and a whole lot of airflow.

It is a little on the loose side but it seems to stay in place once you have set your desired airflow setting. It can also be adjusted so that the airflow is directed straight behind your coils as well, to provide the best flavour possible.

Airflow can be shut right down for a tight draw or opened right up for an airy, loose and cloudy draw.

How Does The Steam Crave Aromamizer Supreme RDTA Perform?

Just like how you would expect a dripper to perform!

For this review I was vaping Kind Juice Custard’s Last Stand.

The clouds and flavour that this RDTA is capable of producing are amazing. Rich flavour that you would expect from a dripper, and it gets delivered smoothly too.supreme rdta steam crave

The clouds you get even with the airflow closed down are pretty jaw dropping, this is a serious contender to be one of the best tanks out there at producing thick, dense vapour.

When you have used the right amount of wick, the wicking capability of the Steam Crave Aromamizer RDTA is exceptional. It doesn’t have a problem with any mix ratio of juice, and that is down to the enlarged juice feed holes combined with the excellent juice flow control.aromamizer supreme rdta review

It comes at a price however, as this tank gets through juice like no ones business, I have the 4ml version and it left me wanting the 7ml version to stop me from refilling so often!

What I Liked

The performance is truly superb, and on par with most drippers. The flavour and clouds are outstanding, and this has replaced the original Aromamizer RDTA in my opinion!

It’s a pretty versatile tank that is capable of delivering at both high and low wattages. I got top drawer results from both, which definitely increases the appeal of this tank.

The build quality was superb.

The build deck offers loads of space, it is easy to build on, and the post screws clamp down your coil legs perfectly. Given the amount of space, you can fit just about any build imaginable in!

What I Didn’t Like

I can’t say I’m a particularly big fan of the looks of the Steam Crave Aromamizer Supreme. It’s a bit of an ugly tank, and at 25mm wide it’s pretty fat too, and overhangs many mods.

There is no single coil option with the Steam Crave Aromamizer Supreme. I personally like the slightly cooler vape from a single coil build, but there is no option to have this present.

It’s a phenomenally thirsty tank. With the 4ml capacity I was forever refilling this thing! I would definitely look into getting the 7ml extension.

Final Review Verdict

It’s big, ugly but the old adage of ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’ definitely applies here. The Steam Crave Aromamizer Supreme RDTA isn’t one of the best looking tanks out there, but for performance you would be hard pressed to beat it.

The flavour from the Aromamizer Supreme RDTA is truly phenomenal and what you would expect from many of the better drippers out there.

Clouds are exceptional too, with the new wider cyclops airflow this tank can really chuck em, making this a tank that has the performance of an RDA with the capacity and convenience of an RTA!

Pros

  • Exceptional RDA level clouds and flavour
  • Superb wicking capability
  • Massive build deck
  • Juice flow control
  • Top filling
  • Very well made
  • Lots of airflow options
  • Very versatile tank

Cons

  • Plenty of wick needed otherwise you get leaks
  • Bit of an ugly tank
  • Very thirsty
  • No single coil option
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Ratamahatta
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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