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The TFV12 RTA deck by YSTAR is the best accessory for your TFV12 tank if you're looking for a rebuildable option for your SMOK TFV12. This RTA deck is virtually perfect when talking about replacement RTA decks. The deck itself has a dual coil (possibly more if you are a pro builder) configuration with two airflow channels on each side (4 total). Each post has plates instead of post holes so you can put in the chunkiest of coils. The juice flow ring is also a great touch for this TFV12 RTA deck, this will allow you to control exactly how much juice you want to go into the coils.
If you have a TFV12 tank by SMOK and want to kick it up a notch the TFV12 RTA deck by YSTAR is what you need!
- Gold plated positive pin
- Converts they SMOK TFV12 tank into an RTA
- Post plates instead of post holes
- Juice flow control
What’s in the box
- 1 x YSTAR TFV12 RTA deck
- Extra orings
- Extra screws
- User manual
VapeWild’s Thoughts and Review
Can we just say… this RTA deck is on point! We love that this TFV12 RTA deck uses plates instead of post holes along with its configuration being more like an RDA than a “coil” style. We think that is what makes it so grate, that you do not have to worry about getting your coil leads into tiny holes in random places all over the deck. All you have to do is unscrew the screws, lift the plates and install your coils it is that simple. The airflow on the YSTAR TFV12 RTA deck is also fantastic, we think the channeled airflow helps with getting the air directly where is needs to be. The juice flow control is also great for this style RTA deck, especially for the TFV12 tank by SMOK. It allows you to use virtually any PG\VG ratio you choose because you control it! There is not much to say that is bad about this RTA deck and we recommend this to anyone who wants to step up their TFV12 tank game!
Great flavor, but...
Posted by Jon D. on Jul 20th 2017
I picked this up because the TFV12 rba has been sold out. It produces amazing flavor and good clouds at 75 watts with .3 coil. However, when I first built it there were no leaks to speak of until one day i filled it and it just gushed out. The o-ring appears to be fine. The problem is with the air holes. I've noticed with the smok rba the cotton channels are fairly deep next to the air flows. With this it's not so. The air flow holes come up only about half way which makes for a bad time if it's not sealed well with cotton. I've adjusted my cotton a bit and now it's minor drips and some flooding but its vapeable. Guess this one needs a bit more finesse than its smok counterpart.