Sense Herakles Beast RTA Review
As 2016 rolls on, it seems the industry has gravitated its focus toward rebuildable tank atomizers. With each new announcement and release, we've been seeing new technological advancements as well as simply better-performing tanks. The Herakles Beast RTA is the latest to join the ranks.
Let me start off by stating that if you're an RDA user and a cloud chaser, this is a product you want. Quadruple bottom-fed air intakes provide a total of 12mm in adjustable vents, giving you the air required to create the biggest clouds you've ever enjoyed.
Solid dual posts capable of handling up to 4 thick Clapton coils comfortably means the Herakles Beast RTA can handle your most insane builds while using its airflow to rapidly cool down the entire unit. In comparison to other RTAs this is huge - with previous-generation RTAs you were limited in watts and build creativity because of overheating and/or insulator-melting concerns. The Herakles Beast RTA takes all of that into account and excels where others fail. While it's not the biggest RTA I have handled ,it is certainly not diminutive.
The Herakles Beast RTA pays for itself compared to sub-ohm clearomizers, because you can build your own coils and save on costly throwaway units. The benefits of its engineering cannot be stated enough, you'll quickly conclude the initial cost of ownership is quite easy to justify. In a crowded field of RTAs, some with glaring flaws, the Herakles Beast offers advanced vapers who've tired of dripping the ability to match or even surpass their RDA experience within a system that does not require much upkeep.
While the Herakles Beast RTA may not be for vape novices, anyone with coil building experience can grab one and be set to vape without much of a learning curve, making it an ideal introduction to RTAs. Rounding out the Herakles Beast RTA is its excellent machining that is evidenced by how all of its pieces come apart without the grinding found in many tanks that have been rushed to market, allowing production quality to suffer.
All in all, 2016 has been off to a great start for team Sense and as its second RTA of the year so far, the Herakles Beast RTA is the best one yet.