The photo above shows the six decks and one replaceable coil that can be used with the iJoy Combo RDTA. The kit comes with the second and third decks, as well as the replaceable coil. The second deck is clamp-style, with two screws. The third deck is of the popular Velocity-style variety. If those two choices don’t accommodate your building style adequately, one of the four optional decks should do the trick. In addition to the optional decks, there’s a optional ceramic drip tip available for the tank.

Aesthetically, the iJoy Combo RDTA follows the same design language as the company’s other 2016 RTAs. I’m a fan of the general design, but find the logo a bit funny. The cap features a crest with the letters CR and what appears to be a wolverine or an extremely angry raccoon. The graphics kind of remind me of a crest from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. (Ravenclaw 4 life!!!)

As I mentioned in my preview of the Quad-Flex, I’m generally wary of products that try to be several different things. In most cases, they’re not great at any one thing, while being average or worse at everything. That said, I’m looking forward to trying out the iJoy Combo RDTA. I’ve enjoyed several of the company’s 2016 vaping products and expect another strong atomizer from iJoy.

With six decks and a sub-ohm coil to choose from, as well as the ability to be used as a dripper, the iJoy Combo RDTA offers a ridiculous amount of versatility. It also offers potentially great value to vapers by being able to serve different needs at different times. Being able to get a versatile RTA, a sub-ohm tank, and an RDA in one package is a fantastic value proposition.

What do you think of the iJoy Combo RDTA? Which of the six RTA decks appeals to you the most? Kindly share your thoughts on this versatile atty in the comments section below.

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