• 22mm Diameter 42mm Overall Height
  • 2mL Juice Well
  • Superior 304 Stainless Steel Construction
  • Pyrex Glass Reinforcement
  • 6mm Vertical Two-Post Design
  • 2.5mm Terminal Post Holes
  • Single or Dual Coil
  • Large air slots
  • Top-Fill
  • Delrin Widebore Drip
  • 510 Drip Tip Adapter Included
  • Gold-Plated 510 Contact

Box Includes:

  • 1 Moonshot RTA
  • 1 Extra Glass Tube
  • 2 Extra Screws
  • 2 Allen Key
  • Additional Set of O-Rings



    Well guys, it’s here. One of the best sub ohm tank pieces you can buy. If you’ve already been discouraged by not getting the performance out of your RTA sub ohm tanks that you were promised, take my word for it this is no joke. The Moonshot is not only a 100% functioning badass tank, it looks amazing as well. The Moonshot boasts the ability to be used at 200w, which is a bit ridiculous to me, but from what I’ve seen and tested this is completely within reason. The building deck is a great deck but building it to some people is a bit difficult and takes some getting used to because of the way the deck sits into the base of the tank. The conical shaped drip tip that it comes with is also slightly uncomfortable due to it forcing your lips onto the metal cap which can become hot during your draw or consecutive pulls. The top fill works beautifully because the slots used in filling are very large and convenient. In my uses of the Moonshot I have not had any leaking from top or bottom. I think most of the non leaking issues are due to the well thought out design. The air channel tubes inside the chamber are tall and it would make it quite difficult to actually get juice to leak through the airflow. If you use the Moonshot at a higher wattage you will quicky notice how little 2mL of juice really is. You will be filling this thing so many times if you vape at high wattages. Think of it like this, it’s a super low maintenance dripper.


Should you buy it?

    If you like subohm tanks, like clouds, like drippers, like nice looking atomizers and like a bargain, buy this. It’s cheap for what it does and how it performs, it does what it’s supposed to, and it looks sharp as a tack.