Tobh Atty

Tobh Atty

The Tobh Atty

Introducing the Tobh Atty

Original Tobh Available for $89.99

Clones:

I’ve not tried either of these, but since the real deal can be hard to find, they might be worth a shot:

22mm:
Stainless Steel for $10.25
Brass for $9.92
Black for $9.92

30mm (these are larger size to match 26650 mods like the Hades, etc)
Stainless Steel for $11.09
Brass for $10.87
Black for $11.31

In short, the Tobh Atty is simply outstanding. I think this is one of the most exciting newcomers on the vape scene and I can’t wait to see what this company comes up with next.

I’ve been using the Tobh Atty rebuildable atomizer for about a month now. This RDA has quickly become my favorite rebuildable atomizer to date. Quite simply, the Tobh Atty is a work of art and no matter what your budget is this month, get one. Plain and simple.

The Tobh Atty gets a double thumbs up just for quality vs price alone. Weighing in at under $100, this is probably one of the best deals in RDA’s you’re going to find. To my knowledge there’s not a clone at this point, but don’t worry about it. Its affordable and you’re going to love this device.

What I’ve discovered about the Tobh – originally I figured this thing was built for cloud chasers, but as you’ll see below – the real jewel here is the conical airflow design – I get big clouds at .7 ohms!!! The Tobh is designed well – probably better than any RDA I own. The look of this RDA is amazing, but the performance will simply blow you away. I’m shocked that more people aren’t talking about this.

So what makes the Atty so amazing?

Tob Atty Deck

Tobh Atty unibody construction

Tobh Atty Construction

The Tobh Atty is made as a single piece, 303 stainless steel body. The posts are part of the deck which provides solid performance. This thing hits harder than any other RDA I own. Plus you can guarantee that the posts won’t move or break off. Its as solid as a rock.

The Tobh is set up for dual coil builds. It features 3 posts (2 negative and 1 positive) in the traditional configuration. The posts feature Phillips head screws and are 18-8 stainless steel coated and black oxidized. The posts feature .05” holes that accommodate any kind of wire you want to use and there’s enough room in the design of the posts and deck to accommodate quad coils if you like. The well is nice and deep so you can use lots of wick if you want to get more hits from a dripping atomizer.

The battery contact is made of solid copper, again adding to the performance. The center post features high strength PEEK insulators. These are rated up to 480 degrees fahrenheit which is higher than Delrin. The Tobh is built to last for sure under just about any condition. The O-Rings that come on the device are Black Buna-N and are rated to +280 degrees fahrenheit – nothing on this thing will melt.

The sleeve and cap are extremely well made as well. Also made of 303 stainless steel, they are of a brushed finish with an awesome looking cut ring “finned” top cap design that acts as a heat sink. This keeps the heat in the chamber where it belongs and not up near the drip tip. This also increases performance as this thing chucks clouds at my .7 ohm build even!

Tobh Atty Air Hole Design

Tobh Atty Air Hole Design

The air hole design is adjustable. Each side of the sleeve features 3 1/16 inch holes placed horizontally creating excellent distribution of air flow across the coils. Two blocking posts that are part of the base allow you to situate the air holes to control the flow. This is a really minimal design and is extremely effective.

Also worth noting is the top. It features a conical internal design to channel the airflow. This increases flavor while eliminating turbulent air or low pressure/idle zones (Bernoulli’s Principle).

Design and Aesthetics of the Tobh Atty

This RDA is sharp and looks amazing. The stainless steel has a beautiful brushed matte finish so you don’t need to worry about finger prints. The logo is deep laser engraved and serial numbered. The logo is elegant. The top cap has fit every drip tip I’ve tried on it.

I prefer this on my custom copper/brass Nemesis. I’m currently using a gold DNA drip tip that’s nice and wide so I don’t have to remove anything to put juice in the device.

Should I get the Tobh Atty?

Tobh Atty Serial

Tobh Atty Serial

Personally I can’t think of one negative about it. You can tell this thing is built for cloud chasers. I’ve built it to .3 ohms and it was a little much for me personally. When the vapor is downright hot, its not really my taste. Some people like this and you won’t be disappointed.

I’ve settled in on a .7 ohm build that is absolutely perfect. The flavor and vapor are the same I’d get at a much lower ohm build, but warm instead of hot.

The only issue you’ll find is that these are rarely in stock. I got mine from VaporDNA and they are outstanding. If they have this in – get one because they go out of stock fast.

My only regret is not having bought 2!

Available for $89.99 at VaporDNA

Clones:

I’ve not tried either of these, but since the real deal can be hard to find, they might be worth a shot:

22mm:
Stainless Steel for $10.25
Brass for $9.92
Black for $9.92

30mm (these are larger size to match 26650 mods like the Hades, etc)
Stainless Steel for $11.09
Brass for $10.87
Black for $11.31

And what wouldn’t taste better in that Tobh than some amazing e-juice from Suicide Bunny!

Comments

  1. says

    By most my favorite had a box mode made pushing 250 wats 20 ga Gplex 13 wraps and hospital grade cotton and chuck clouds dual 60amp parrelel bats gap gets hot but oh the clouds!!!

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