Theorem RTA by Wismec and Jaybo
Designed by Jabo, inspired by YouTube vape reviewer Suck My Mod and created by Wismec comes the Theorem Atomizer.
Described by the designer, Jaybo, as a “lose homage to the old genesis atomisers” which is where the juice sits below the coil and wicks up into the coil. One of the benefits to this style atomiser is the coil is closer to the top of the atomiser thereby increasing the flavour experience. And that was something I first noticed when I used the Theorem. A top fill and a top airflow design mean the ease of use of this atomiser is incredible and leaks are mostly non-existent.
Sitting at 22m in diameter and 46.25mm from the bottom of the 510 to the top of driptip, this atomiser sits in the mid range of sizes to atomisers. Being 22mm in diameter it will sit flush on most mods leaving a flush looking finish to your device.
The aesthetics of this atomiser are very pleasing on the eye, from the stainless steel base, through the glass chamber and up to the stainless steel finned top, it flows. From bottom to top it just looks right. The aqua blue/ green O rings are a nice change from the standard black O rings on many atomisers these days.
The design choice of having two O rings at the bottom and a single O ring at the top means that the cap will come off a lot easier than the base. When the top cap is removed the top of the coil is exposed and behind this, the fill port. One of my main cons about this atomiser is how hard it can be to get the top cap off, meaning refills are a tad bit tedious but the top fill makes up for this. Another slight con is that the fill port is just a tiny bit too far down from the top to get anything but a needle bottle through, meaning you either have to sit there a drip liquid through it drop by drop or fill it up and wait for it to run through to the chamber. But enough about the cons, onto the pros.
Not only is it aesthetically pleasing but the flavour is exceptional. Vaping on this could leave you pondering if you were vaping on an RDA. This atomiser is very quickly becoming a favourite of mine. The easily adjustable airflow system means you can switch between the flow coming in over the top of the coil or from the back of the coil. I’ve found that straight out of the box the airflow is perfect for me.
Now on to the NotchCoil. Well I can’t really comment on these as I haven’t really used them. They are 5mm diameter stainless steel coils with a resistance of 0.22ohms and almost zero ramp up time. I only used it briefly before switching out for an ordinary coil measuring roughly 0.5 ohms. From what I’ve seen they are okay. I will say that they come pre wicked with a LOT of cotton and I mean a lot so it might be worth cutting the wick down a small amount if you intend to use the Notchcoils. If you are planning to build your own coils the deck is very easy to build on due to the glass tank coming fully off and exposing the build deck. Large wick channels make wicking relatively easy and I’ve had no problems with dry hits or flooding.
The atomiser comes with a spare glass tank and a spare tank that is glass surrounded by a thin metal pattern, this tank adds about 0.5mm to the diameter. The spare tanks are a nice touch if you are clumsy like me and manage to break the original one. Other items in the box include a dual airflow ring, spare NotchCoil, spare O rings, spare screws, hex key and a user manual.
The pros of this atomiser definitely outweigh the cons. The flavour alone so be enough for you to go out and buy it. And the price; anywhere around £30, means its affordable. If you know someone with one, as to try it out and I’m sure that will make your mind up.
From its quirky looks and styling to the included NotchCoils and throw back to older style genesis atomisers this is an RTA for everyone’s collection. It’s been finding its way onto my mod and into my pocket for the last week and a bit that I’ve owned and it has not once let me down.
The Wismec Theorem + You = Sure to be a hit
For more information on the Theorem please visit: http://www.wismec.com/product/theorem-atomizer/