Geek Vape Tsunami 24 Review + Build

Geek Vape Tsunami 24 Review + Build
    The bigger brother to the original Geek Vape Tsunami released a few months ago.  The Tsunami 24 is, as the name suggests, the 24mm diameter version of the original Tsunami.  Bigger deck, the same big postholes but with all the same flavour as the original.
    Unboxing - 00:40
    GeekVape Tsunami 24 - 2:35
    Coiling - 5:35
    Wicking - 8:57
    Vape and thoughts - 15:23
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    As always with a Vaping With Vic review, you know that I have tested this item for at least a week, instead of reviewing it the day after it comes in...this channel always tests items first before reviewing.  I received this product free of charge from the vendor or manufacturer for the purpose of review.  This review is my personal experience with the product.  As always, look at other reviews of the product to form your conclusion before you buy.

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    1. Vic would it be safe to use a tsunami 22 in a unregulated mech squonk mod with the provided squonk pin ? i like it because i can build single coils and in the past was my favourite rda. I wont use it in a hybrid 510 for sure.

    2. Thanx from Melbourne Australia Vic. I got my Tsunami 24 earlier today. Wicked it exactly like youbut with 28g SS 9 wraps dual coils but I put both coils on the bottom post holes and positioned them as close above the air holes as possible, about 1mm above. The flavour is terrific. Thanx again for this review, have subscribed.

    3. got this one in royal mail depot (missed delivery ;( ) waiting to be picked up tomorrow.

      Been watching your videos for a week . Great stuff 👍

    4. As always, on point Vic. I have the Tsunami V1 and I love it, not sure I'll bother with the 24. Close come to beating the Tsunami like you say, but one dripper that does is the Sub Zero by Sub Ohm Innovations (I think). It's really something else and beside Grimm Green gushing over it, it seems to have gone virtually unnoticed! Deserves way more props.

    5. Grat review BUT a "backflip Billy Joel coil" ..lmao , "really" .. I've got the 22 dont think I'll bother with the 24. Not got much need for the bigger size as I usually just coil it with 0.5 SS 316 and the flavour is fantastic. You going for the Freddie Mercury look this time with the tache only instead of the goatee ??

    6. Great review. I absolutely LOVE the Tsunami 24, it's by far one of the BEST RDA'a I've purchased in a very long time, and I own over a hundred different RDA's in my collection. The flavor this thing puts out is simply out of this world, I mean absolutely bloody fantastic!. It's now in my top 5 flavor chasing RDA list. At high power settings (100 to 140 watts) using a dual 22G flat wire build it's quite a cloud chaser as well, however cloud production is never a selling point for me with any RDA, I'm in it for the flavor. As well as it's amazing flavor production is it's superb build quality, this thing is built like a brick shit-house and developed to take high temperatures. Also, due to it's 24mm size, it very rarely gets hot, unlike many smaller RDA's in my stockpile. It's two post design quality is something akin to a NASA space shuttle part; it's gorgeous. I LOVE IT.


    7. Hey Vic, you should totally check out the monstrosity of a RDA by Willie Vapor, the COO TS 30mm RDA! this thing has amazing flavor and a massive deck to build on and can hold a shit ton of juice as well.

    8. Fancy trying a rda. Builds will be no problem and I've just ordered a coil master kit. Just looking to see what others suggest for a decent starting point for a rda before I purchase one. Cheers

    9. Thanks Vic great review I don't own a mod for a atty that.big but I will most definitely be looking to the 22mm version.I own the Kennedy 22.and the velocity.and to have both in 1 would be a class act.good work pal

    10. hey vic with all of the attys that are using grub screws ya should really get ya a 1.5mm star or torq driver. itll save all of your grub screws and its so much easier using something thats like a screw driver vs a little L shaped allen key.