Geekvape Ammit MTL RDA Review

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Geekvape Ammit MTL RDA Review

Geekvape Ammit MTL RDA Introduction

The Ammit MTL RDA from Geekvape is the latest RDA from Geekvape and their first attempt at an MTL RDA. In 2018 the market is going smaller and many companies opting to make more low watt MTL atomizers which were largely ignored for quite some time. The Geekvape Ammit MTL RDA is a small 22mm single coil RDA with top adjustable airflow channelled down to under and the sides of the coil. It comes with an included BF squonk 510 pin as well. It’s available in 7 colours; Black, SS, Gold, Blue, Gunmetal, Violet, and Rainbow. Each comes with a black Delrin 510 tips and a tall metal 510 tip. I have the SS one so the metal tip is also SS but I’m not sure if the colour versions will have matching ones or not.

Geekvape Ammit MTL RDAGeekvape Ammit MTL RDA Specs

  • Size: 22mm x 38.3mm
  • Type: Single Coil RDA
  • Drip Tip: 510
  • Thread: 510
  • Innovative Single Coil MTL RDA
  • 3D Airflow System Producing Unbeatable Flavor
  • Leak-proof Design with Top to Bottom Airflow System
  • 12 Airflow Adjustment Options for Perfect Restriction
  • Innovative Dual-layer Chamber Structure to Provide Outstanding Heat Dissipation Effect
  • Optional 3 Professional MTL Drip Tips for Various Preference
  • Easy Two-post Build Deck with Deep Juice Well

Geekvape Ammit MTL RDA Packaging List 

  • Ammit MTL RDA
  • Stainless steel drip tip
  • Drip tip (diameter 2mm)
  • Allen Key
  • Spare parts pack
  • Flathead screwdriver
  • Two Clapton coils 0.7ohm
  • User manual

Initial Impressions

When I first got this RDA, I felt like it had a good design to it. Plenty of air options and a simple deck. I’m glad they went with the air channelled down below and not just straight top air. The included squonk pin was a nice bonus as well. Running high MG nicotine salts in a small squonk mod can be an all-day set up for most in a small package. Design wise it looks simple in the SS colour but the colour options I see online are quite nice. Overall I was pretty happy with the design.

Build Deck and Wicking

Let’s talk about the build deck now. It’s a 2 post, 1 hole per post deck. The screws come top down so they won’t twist flat wires either which is nice. On the opposite side of the posts is an angled airflow so you just position your coil right in the obvious place making it very easy to do. The holes aren’t staggered though which would have been nice but it’s still really easy to build on. They use standard Phillips head screw which isn’t my preference but they are good quality ones that should hold up. Overall it’s a very easy build deck to use that could have used a couple of tweaks but still works well. Only thing I would have done differently personally is to stagger the post holes and use a good quality hex grub screw instead of a standard Phillips screw.

Geekvape Ammit MTL RDAWicking is pretty easy overall. It’s an RDA so not much to do. You will be dripping or squonking on it. Just place your wicks into the holes in the deep juice well which is under the airflow. Really nicely designed juice well.

Geekvape Ammit MTL RDA Performance

Performance wise, I used it as a single coil RDA only as intended. My max recommendation is 3mm ID however 2.0-2.5 mm also worked well. I’d say 3mm is the most ideal. I ran some simple round builds as well as some fancier fused Clapton small builds for a restricted DTL vape. Performance wise for a low watt and MTL RDA it performs well. Don’t expect it to be a flavour monster like a good DTL RDA, but for MTL it does good enough for sure. I ran it with both low watt small builds closed off air high mg nic salts for MTL and also wide open air on the bigger builds with lower mg juices and both worked well. I mostly ran it as a squonker as you need to pop the top to drip and can’t drip down the drip tip really.

Overall Impressions

It’s a dual bottom airflow RDA that comes in from the top. AFC, however, is really tight and hard to adjust the airflow. It has knurling for grip but the O rings on it are just too tight and should have been thinner. It’s really hard to adjust the air. On top, it has 5 different sized holes you can adjust to. Cut out of the AFC on one side is a slider for using multiple holes and the other side is a single hole for using only one. Air comes in from 1 side only but gets channelled down the sides to both sides of the coil under it. Outside of being really hard to adjust it works well.

Details

It comes with a standard 510 Delrin drip tip, as well as a tall metal drip tip that gave me flashbacks to 6 years ago when vape shops had them in buckets for sale. It looks like the tip that came with the old school omega RDA about 4 years ago. The drip tip fits great and you can use your own 510 tips as well. The quality is really nice on this RDA. There is no threading but all the o-rings are nice and the right size to easily adjust air and to take off the top cap and put it on. The only complaint again is the airflow is hard to adjust. It’s a 22mm diameter so won’t overhang on pretty much any modern mod.

Extras

The airflow is pretty smooth but can be a little loud if you close it all the way down. It comes with a standard 510 pin as well as a BF squonk 510 pins to use on squonk mods. Looks wise it looks good, the only branding is the logo which I like. Ammit was a female demon and goddess in ancient Egyptian religion and was a part crocodile, part hippo and part lion. The Ammit logo is the crocodile head part. They also include a spare set screws, 2 Clapton coils which look nice but I didn’t use them and they don’t’ list the material of the coils, an Allen key screwdriver tool, a flathead screwdriver which is really just a bit that could use a handle and some cotton.

Pros

  • Good flavour for MTL
  • Can be used for MTL and really restrictive DTL vaping
  • Air options for a tight or loose MTL draw
  • Standard 510 tips (Delrin and metal included)
  • easy to build (great build deck)
  • price point (around 30 USD)
  • Good quality
  • Colour options
  • BF Squonk Pin Included

Cons

  • Airflow can be a little loud if turned all the way down
  • A set of hex post screws would have been nice
  • AFC is way too hard to adjust

Geekvape Ammit MTL RDA Video Review 

Conclusion

So with all that said, do I recommend this RDA? I don’t like to do a hard yes or no, this one I’m going to lean towards the yes. Not a lot of MTL RDAs on the market currently readily available and this is one of the better ones. If you are in the market for one, this will be worth the look for sure.

Anthony Vapes

I started vaping in late 2011 to quit chewing tobacco. over the past few years i got a lot more into the hobby side and buying and collecting a lot of gear. Fed up with the lack of good fair reviews i decided to start doing reviews late 2016 and haven’t looked back. I enjoy providing people with technical reviews that are fair and unbiased and from a place of knowledge to help them spend their money wisely.