Avidvape Ghost Inhale RTA Introduction
I’ve long been a fan of single coil rebuildables as they tend to offer longer battery life and a bit less ejuice consumption but will still usually produce good flavour and a decent amount of vapour. Avidvape a company out of Shenzen recently released a new RTA called the Avidvape Ghost Inhale RTA and for me at least it checks off nearly all of the boxes. Here are my honest thoughts on the Ghost Inhale RTA from Avidvape.
Avidvape Ghost Inhale RTA Packaging List
- 1 x Ghost Inhale RTA
- 1 x Pre-made coil
- 1 x 5ml Bubble glass tube
- 1 x User manual
- 1 x Japanese cotton
- Spare parts
Avidvape Ghost Inhale RTA Features & Specs
- Size: 24 x 54mm
- Type: Single Coil RTA
- Capacity: 3.5ml (a 5ml bubble glass tube is included)
- Thread: 510
- Innovative single RTA for flavor chasers
- Unique dual posts build deck
- 2 side bended shape airflow holes to support more bigger coil
- 45 degree sloped wicking holes for easily insert and wick
- Top filling and adjustable bottom airflow
Closer Look at the Avidvape Ghost Inhale RTA
The Avidvape Ghost Inhale RTA which comes packed in a jewel case style box is a 24mm diameter tank that stands 54mm tall. It’s made of stainless steel and holds 3.5ml of liquid or up to 5ml with the included spare bubble style glass. It’s a relatively simple device but still manages to include all of the common features we’ve come to expect in a modern RTA like top-fill and bottom adjustable airflow. The kidney shaped top-fill ports are a bit on the small side but still provide plenty of room for most bottle tips and in my experience is relatively mess free. Some nice angled cuts that look like waves in both the top-fill cap match up with the airflow control ring and even the chimney housing has some angled cuts to add a bit to style to the fairly modest looking tank.
The tank comes equipped with a fairly chunky 810 PEI drip tip that’s nice and comfortable on the lips and does a great job dissipating any heat transferred from the tank. The tank can break down into four pieces not including the tip for easy cleaning or building and wicking. Airflow to the deck comes from the bottom of the tank and is adjustable via the airflow control ring. The two cyclops style slots are fairly small and at full open it provides a fairly restricted direct lung hit. I found even closing it down nearly all the way didn’t provide an ideal mouth to lung despite being a single coil tank, dual airflow slots usually provide a bit too much air for my liking when used for MTL vaping. The 810 tip also doesn’t lend well to being a MTL tank. The AFC ring doesn’t click but stops at either end and is tight enough it shouldn’t move around accidentally. On the very bottom of the tank it’s got some basic branding and sports what looks like a gold plated and adjustable 510 pin.
The deck is probably the most standout feature of the Ghost Inhale with both of the posts sitting at a 45 degree angle. In a surprising twist it actually makes for really easy building as you’re able to hold your leads in place with your thumb while screwing down your post screws which in turn leaves your coil sitting at pretty much the perfect angle right above the slightly curved airflow slot that comes up through the deck. The curved airflow seems to match up perfectly with the shape of the coil but I’m not sure it adds any benefit. To further make life easier when building the wick channels are nice and wide and open up underneath like a GTA or Genesis style tank. Meaning if you leave your wicks long, they’ll hang down in to the tank. I prefer to keep mine trim so you can’t see them floating around the tank.
The square shaped post holes are nice and wide providing ample room for chunkier builds and the kit includes both a tri-tipped tool and an Allen key for securing the grub screws. With some smaller round wire builds they might have trouble gripping the wire as there’s a bit of extra space around the screws inside the slots but with the SaddleHorse Blues alien coil I installed it managed to bite down on my leads well enough. Other little features like a bit of space behind the posts for trimming leads shows good attention to detail from Avidvape.
Performance on rebuildable tanks will depend a lot on users ability to build and wick but with the fused clapton and alien build I tried in it I was quite impressed by both the flavour and vapour it was able to produce. As I mentioned above I tend to lean towards single coil atomizers and the Avidvape Ghost Inhale just made the list for me!
- Build Quality
- Single coil
- Top fill
- Adjustable airflow
- Great flavour and decent vapour
- Good capacity especially with 5ml bubble tank
- Not ideal for MTL
- Grubs don’t fully grip leads
Avidvape Ghost Inhale RTA Video Review
Avidvape Ghost Inhale RTA Final Thoughts
I must admit I was quite impressed by the Avidvape Ghost Inhale RTA with it’s angled deck design and it’s extra capacity I think it’s a definite winner. Considering it’s from a company I’ve not had the pleasure of trying before my first experience was a very positive one!!
After 26 years of smoking I made the switch to vaping and never looked back. Now with over 4 years of vaping experience and 3 years of reviews under my belt I’m a passionate and experienced vaper who loves to give back to the community.