Ok so my review of the Sense Herakles RTA-2 was out for a while now, but I didn’t have time to blog about it. So let’s go – let’s put it up here!
So the most obvious thing about the Sense Herakles RTA-2:
- It’s huge – 25mm diameter, 67mm height, 6ml juice capacity
- There are two versions – the “RTA-4” or “RTA-1” whichever you call it, is the variant with 4 wicking channels and 4 airflow channels instead of two
- It comes in black or stainless steel
The biggest tank I have to match the size of the Sense Herakles RTA-2 is the Geekvape Eagle and SMOK TFV-4. So yeah the size does matter, especially if you don’t have an awesome mod like the RX2ooS that can more than make it work.
(And yeah, Sense RTAs are all called “Sense-Herakles-Something”, so it can be fucking confusing.)
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Sense Herakles RTA-2 Pros
First off, the build quality is great, great, great. Threads are smooth, build deck is innovative and grub screws are strong. Plus, they are pretty generous with the goodies included.
Overall, this tank shows that they care about making a great product, not just something else you can spend your money on.
It makes clouds, big clouds. No doubt about that.
Sense Herakles RTA-2 Cons
Wicking the RTA-2 can be tricky – too little cotton and it leaks -no it FLOWS – uncontrollably.
I show you how to wick it in this video, and it worked, but once or twice after recording this video I wicked it exactly the same. Perhaps I used just a little less cotton, and I had leaks.
The flavor is OK but definitely not the best. Sure, maybe the Sense Herakles RTA-2 and RTA-4 was not meant as a flavor-chasing atty.
Well, now you also have the Geekvape Eagle, so would I recommend the RTA-2? To be honest, only if you don’t already have the Geekvape Eagle.
Find the best price for the Sense Herakles RTA-2 here.