The Vaporesso Transformer can be built using two deck styles — Velocity-style and post-less. The former is arguably the most popular type today, while the latter offers all sorts of creative possibilities. Velocity-style decks are also one of the easiest to work with, making the atomizer accessible to beginning and intermediate vapers. Advanced vapers can go crazy with coil art on the post-less deck.
The Transformer RDA comes with two sleeves — a short sleeve and a long sleeve. In addition to accommodating different types of builds, the sleeves also accommodate different vaping styles. The shorter sleeve creates a more concentrated vape, making it ideal for flavor builds. The longer sleeve has more room (duh), making it better for cloud-chasing builds.
Aesthetically, the Transformer RDA offers a variety of looks. In terms of both style and performance, I prefer the shorter sleeve with the stainless steel drip tip. That combination offers a smooth and minimalistic look. Mixing and matching the two sleeves and drip tips allows you to find the style that’s right for you.
While I’m not a fan of post-less decks, I appreciate that the Vaporesso Transformer comes with two types of decks to build on. I also appreciate the two sleeves and two drip tips. All things considered, the Vaporesso Transformer offers an impressive amount of versatility. Considering the company’s relatively low price, vapers will be getting a lot for their money with this RDA.
What do you think of this atomizer? Which deck would you use? How about sleeve/drip tip combination? Kindly leave a comment below and let me know.