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Oumier Wasp Nano RDTA

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Oumier Wasp Nano RDTA

The Oumier Wasp Nano RDTA holds the same distinction as its counterpart in being small but powerful. This compact cutie mimics the RDA in other capacities as well, other than the refillable tank that sits at the bottom. With a large, single-build deck, building is easy and fun. Sitting under an ULTEM heat resistant top cap, just below the build deck, is a 2ml tank that is just enough for the vaper on-the-go.

Oumier mastered the flow of juice from the tank by creating a sliding lever that closes up to prevent leaking, making this feature a standout amongst larger RDTAs. This rebuildable drip tank atomizer was designed specifically for maximum cloud production and incredible flavor, despite its small stature.

The stainless steel construction makes this atty solidly built and rounds off the structure nicely, making it durable and long-lasting. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, you’ll find the Wasp Nano RDTA the perfect addition to your lineup of atomizers.

Features & Specs:

  • 22mm diameter
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Single coil build deck
  • Adjustable airflow
  • 510 threading connection

What’s in the Box:

  • 1x - Oumier Wasp Nano RDTA
  • 1x - Japanese organic cotton
  • Extra screws
  • Multi-head screwdriver
  • Spare glass
  • Extra O-rings

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  • 5
    Wasp nano resin

    Posted by Stephen Whitty on Oct 27th 2018

    Arrived after just one day and a little gift couldn't be happier with Vapewild. As for the wasp nano I am blown away with the flavour from this little thing, better than any sub ohm tank i have tryed.It's so easy to build on and the resin is gorgeous.

  • 5
    Cannot get enough of the flawor.

    Posted by Alex Ibragimov on May 17th 2018

    Very nice little RDTA, has a nice flavour, as well as vape production, plus easy to feet coils, so far been using large exotic coils. Would say a good start before moving on a squank.