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The 2.5 mL Terminator V1 RDA Tank, Chrome

The 2.5 mL Terminator V1 RDA Tank, Chrome

$11.99

$8.99

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SKU: 10553

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  • Unique design that blends the best of an atomizer and the best of a tank

  • Great vapor production

  • 2.4 ohm coil

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The 2.5 mL Terminator V1 RDA Tank, Chrome

This is a tank with a dripping atomizer running through the center.  It is a unique design because you get the bold clean hit of an atomizer but in a tank so you can vape for most of the day without refilling.  The Terminator produces tons of vapor and seems to keep up even if you "hot box" it.  The first time we filled it we tried to get a burnt taste and were not able to.  So for regular use this is a masterpiece.  

The atomizer portion, when removed from the tank, unscrews apart to reveal the 2.4 ohm coil.  There is a hole drilled at the bottom for airflow which can be adjusted by sliding the tube up or down to cover or uncover the hole.  The atomizer unscrews at the center of the bulb if you want to replace just the coil with your own.  This is great for DIYers.  There is also a hole drilled in the threads of the bulb to allow for e-liquid to wick to the coil.  By leaving this unscrewed a bit, there is greater e-liquid flow to the coil.  The wider you open it the more e-liquid there is.  By shutting the bulb completely, it is set to be used as a dripping atomizer.  The Terminator has a 510 unsealed connector for airflow and comes with a 510 drip tip installed.

Price is for one (1) Terminator only.  

Filling Instructions:

  1. Carefully remove the top cap of the tank.
  2. Put 25-30 drops of e-Liquid into the tank
  3. Replace cap of tank
  4. Put 4-5 drops down the center of the atomizer to prime
  5. Put any 510 drip dip on the top of the atomizer
  6. Screw onto your mod or battery

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Reviews

  1. Don't waste your money Review by Tony
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    This tank's design is terrible. It caused me to waste a lot of my liquid. Trying to fill it was a nightmare. Leaks are a huge problem with this tank. The design could be so much better. It could be a great tank. I can't even return the tanks. Don't waste your money on these. (Posted on 7/17/14)

  2. Makes An Awsome Dripper Review by Christopher
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    Got the TT tank because I needed a good but cheap dripper. This does it in spades. WOW! What flavor & vapor. I just hope you have the 510 adaptors for the refills. Because I just baught some to give away. (Posted on 2/28/14)

  3. If I could figure out how to disassemble it, it would be great. Review by Cara
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    For dripping it's awesome, but I can't figure out how to disassemble it to use it as a tank. The directions aren't clear enough though. Maybe someone could do a video?
    Cara (Posted on 2/20/14)

  4. Awesome Atty.... Review by slap_maxwell
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    ....but the tank? Meh. The Terminator Tank atomizer is awesome; excellent vapor and spot-on flavor, even with the crappy silica wicks that SMOKTech uses. The tank is another story, however. It is too small in diameter...the clearance between the atomizer bulb and the inner wall of the tank is almost non-existent on the one I got. Even air has a hard time getting past -- as juice is drawn into the atty and air bubbles escape, they collect along the bottom where the juice flow holes are. The supplied tank, while billed as a 3.5ml tank, actually only holds about 1.2 ml once displacement is accounted for with the atty.

    However, ditching this tank and putting the atty in an AGR is perfect match. The AGR makes refilling a breeze and no mess whatsoever. Too bad madvapes doesn't carry AGR tanks; I wouldn't have had to go elsewhere. ;-)

    With a proper tank (and once you get the juice flow dialed in for the viscosity of your favorite juice), this thing vapes a treat. There are some fiddly bits; the 510 to atty adapter should be reverse threaded so you don't inadvertently unscrew the top part of the atty from the bottom, but for the price, this performs just a notch below the Killer -- and at pretty damn good price point. (Posted on 9/10/13)

  5. Need Patience to Learn But OTW Nice Vape and Flavor Review by Exhaler
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    You have to learn where to push and pull with this or you will end up with a handful of juice. Once you do learn how to use this properly it produces lots of vape and good flavor. I will replace the coils when needed as it appears it can be done with not much difficulties. This is held together by rubber washers but so far no leakage due to a tight fit.
    I did fill it all the way up to test it as a tank, but it got vapor lock twice and I had to open up the top to allow some air in. The Instructions with the product given by MadVapes should be followed. Don't max out the tank, fill about 3/4 and you should be ok.
    All the other reviews and instructions given by those reviewers should be followed. Not for a beginner for sure. With the fairly good learning curve, it takes patience to learn this "RDA" as they call it, but worth it for the vape and flavor I believe. (Posted on 7/3/13)

  6. Not worth the trouble Review by Brian
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    Definitely not for anyone wanting a problem free device.
    Once you finally get it filled, it smokes great, but refilling is tricky at best. The bottom separates easier than the top, so unless it is bone dry your going to wind up with a hand soaked in oil. Expect to spend 10 minutes fiddling around anytime you want to add fluid.
    DO NOT even try to open it unless you have cleared off a spot and laid out paper towels.
    Then again, if you LIKE to spend all day playing around with your vape then by all means go for it.
    Once it's full and everything is cleaned up it hits great. (Posted on 6/26/13)

  7. 5 Stars for the Taste and Vapor Amount Review by Puck
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    I love this thing. Tons of vapor and great taste. It's going to be my go to tank now. There are a few small issues that need to be addressed but I can give some pointers on how to get around them.

    Filling... It's easy if you do this...
    1. First get yourself a leur lock needle bottle from here at madvapes and fill it with your ejuice.
    2. Make sure the top and bottom halves of the atomizer are closed all the way. Do this by just grabbing the top of the atty and tunring clockwise until it stops (while it's on your ecig battery)..
    3. Slide top cap up until you see a space in-between the top cap and the tank.
    4. Stick the leur lock needle into the tank through the space you just created.
    5. Fill - leave some room at the top for the size of the cap.
    6. Slowly put the top cap back on and vape away.

    Using this fill method, there are never any leaks.

    I have never had to fiddle with airflow or juice flow on this. It gets plenty of air defautly with the tank pushed all the way down.

    Things that could be addressed with a newer model would be the tank could stand to be made thicker and it needs to hold more ejuice. That's all. I'm very happy with it now that I can fill it within seconds with no issue.

    You will love the taste and amount of vapor. It's also only one of a few that could actually keep up with me without burning. Nice.
    (Posted on 6/15/13)

  8. Fiddley not for Newbies Review by Morpheus
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    this is a great buy for the seasoned vaper.
    First I had to change the inner O rings on the tank.
    Then I had to use a magnifying glass and small tools to rebuild the darn coil
    also I suggest only using resistance / non resistance wire ( like an oddy or Penelope )
    since there are no instructions you should slowly and carefully disassemble the stock wick paying strict attention to how they put it together so you can duplicate this when you reassemble this thing.
    Another suggestion is to get a better tank ( the AGR Tank - Stainless or any really good Glass tank ) the bottom O ring needs to be tighter to hold it in place an you adjust the juice flow, the top ring looser to allow you to do so without leaking.
    I now have three.one in a high end pyrex tank, one in the AGR (really easy to fill ) and one in the original tank ( modified ) all hitting about 1.5 ohms on several Mechanical mods I have.
    definitely not for the beginner vaper !
    Oddy or Penelope Experience very helpful but........ you will work for your money lol
    cant find anything for the money or high end that vapes better then this once its modified (y) (Posted on 6/10/13)

  9. Fiddley not for Newbies Review by Morpheus
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    this is a great buy for the seasoned vaper.
    First I had to change the inner O rings on the tank.
    Then I had to use a magnifying glass and small tools to rebuild the darn coil
    also I suggest only using resistance / non resistance wire ( like an oddy or Penelope )
    since there are no instructions you should slowly and carefully disassemble the stock wick paying strict attention to how they put it together so you can duplicate this when you reassemble this thing.
    Another suggestion is to get a better tank ( the AGR Tank - Stainless or any really good Glass tank ) the bottom O ring needs to be tighter to hold it in place an you adjust the juice flow, the top ring looser to allow you to do so without leaking.
    I now have three.one in a high end pyrex tank, one in the AGR (really easy to fill ) and one in the original tank ( modified ) all hitting about 1.5 ohms on several Mechanical mods I have.
    definitely not for the beginner vaper !
    Oddy or Penelope Experience very helpful but........ you will work for your money lol
    cant find anything for the money or high end that vapes better then this once its modified (y) (Posted on 6/10/13)

  10. bigger tank Review by Jaime
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    vapes great looks nice good vapor production.

    the tank needs to be just a bit bigger at least to hold 3mls, needs instructions (Posted on 6/9/13)

  11. smok chrome e-pipe Review by Jorden
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    Would this work with the chrome e-pipe? (Posted on 6/5/13)

  12. One glaring issue... Review by Doug
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    As a dripping atomizer, this would get 4 or even 5 stars. But since it's supposed to go in a tank, I can't give it more than 3. And that might be stretching it a bit.

    The major problem (aside from the lack of instructions, which is a no-no) is that the flow control is threaded the same as the atomizer/battery connection. So when you screw it onto your device, you close the juice flow... and then when you try to open it again, you end up unscrewing it from your device!

    Seems to me that reversing the threading would solve this issue completely... once it's screwed onto your device, continuing to turn opens up the juice flow. When you want to remove it from your device, you first close off the juice flow and then it begins to unscrew from the battery.

    I'm also hoping this is addressed in a v2 revision. (Posted on 6/3/13)

  13. ehhhh.... Review by jaritt
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    i gave it 3 stars just cause it vapes so well i love the vape it puts out however.....

    the thing is so flimsy i havent put it my pocket and would never trust it my pocket im sure itd just break.

    it's kind of complicated but if you know what your doing its easy to figure it out.

    the tank isnt big enough

    i really hope they come out with a v2 ill defiantly buy it (Posted on 5/18/13)

  14. maybe i'm the only one Review by mike
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    Well, it worked great out of the box. Used it like that for about a day then decided to rebuild it. (i'm a cotton wick kinda guy) The ceramic cup was so tight over the center pin that i struggled to get it off, finally got it off proceeded to build my coil and put everything in place. When i went to reassemble i began to put ceramic cup back over pin with my wire through it just like stock was set up. SMASH ceramic cup broke right away. maybe i had a defective unit i'm unsure, but my ceramic was so tight that it broke trying to go back over the center pin. (Posted on 5/17/13)

  15. Doa Review by Robert
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    Power connection is not centered by a lot. Shows 9.9ohms on my vamo. Broke the coil trying to check it out. I guess I can use the tank with dct's. I love the idea, I hope v2 is better. (Posted on 5/16/13)

  16. keep on your desk Review by Sherri
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    Bottom of the tank slips to easy to be a on the go setup BUT the vape result is worth keeping it as your desktop or nightstand grab. Atomizers are sweet when you're in the right environment but having a constant drip is fabulous when you're too busy to take the time to aim, squeeze and count. Nice alternative to cartomizer tanks.

    Was well worth the money to me, and will be keeping an eye out for a newer version. (Posted on 5/16/13)

  17. Very close. Review by Vaporgrande
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    Throw away the outer tank and put the carto in a AGR Locking Carto Tank with the fill hole on top and it works perfect. No leaks,stays in place and vapes great .Less 1 star for the outer tank. (Posted on 5/16/13)

  18. Can't wait for version 2! Review by Jeff
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    I agree with the above reviews entirely. When I pulled the thing out of its bag it took me a bit to figure out how to disassemble it, and I still have no idea where the provided grommet goes. The atomizer itself is great - clouds of vapor and fantastic flavor on the first hit at 5.5w and it seems to be feeding the juice quite nicely - no gurgles and no dry hits after chain vaping this thing for about 10 minutes.

    My hopes in buying this were that I could have the flavor & vapor of an RDA but be able to throw it in my pocket and not have to worry about filling it all day - this only delivers on half of that as there's no way this thing is going in my pocket - still an option for in the car though.

    I'll definitely enjoy the Terminator, and it doesn't look like rebuilding it will be too hard (like rebuilding a vivi but a little less hassle getting at the coil) - but I imagine the second version of this will be absolutely killer.

    What I'd like to see in v2:

    -secure tank assembly. Not just held together with an o-ring - I'd rather have to fill it with a syringe and screw in a stopper than deal with juice leaking all over the place when I bump it wrong.

    -pyrex tank tube (at least as an option) - the plastic tank tube is rather flimsy.

    -shorter stem tube. The metal tube that sticks out past the tube that you seat your drip tip in seems to be superfluously long - for those that like a cool draw I imagine it's a plus, but I like a little heat and would prefer a slightly shorter device.

    -Instructions of some sort would be great, even just an assembly diagram would suffice.

    (Posted on 5/15/13)

  19. instructions would be helpfull Review by Meleko
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    The bottom of the atomizer should be flanged like a regular carto for tanks to maybe fit the Artemis tank, way too loose, and I haven't even put juice in yet

    a diagram of how the Neg coil wire would be helpful in rebuilding it.

    the silicone gromit provided goes where?

    I assume it has juice control through the threads which will always leave juice in the bottom of the tank as it looks. (Posted on 5/15/13)

  20. Needs Work Review by f4mnect
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    agree with above review, until better thought out i'd wait. does hit beautifully but the design needs work, 1st time in pocket leaked all out, it's a pain to fill as everything wants to slide and come apart. sorry but it's not quite there yet. (Posted on 5/15/13)

  21. Needs work Review by Henry
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    Love the concept - I think it could become the best tank idea out there for sure.

    Feedback however:

    1. The leech for through the threading is very poorly conceived. When you fill the tank and drop the top grommet, the pressure forces too much liquid into the atomizer and it floods and leaks, badly. I can't keep fill the tank full due to this, and I'm losing a ton of liquid.

    2. The fix for the above would be to have the atomizer leech from one small hole directly in the tube.

    3. The bottom grommet should be 100% fixed/welded to the tank itself, or should be one solid piece - it comes apart extremely easily in your pocket - goodbye fluid.

    I would not buy another one in its current form. Like I said though, great progress towards a non-cartomizer tank. Take it back to RnD for a bit and you have a winner. (Posted on 5/14/13)

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