Hello again everyone. I’m back today with another review for you. This time we are looking at the Geekvape Creed RTA which is a large dual-coil or single-coil bottom and side airflow or just bottom airflow tank. I’ve had good experiences with Geekvape tanks in the past, so I’m excited to give the Creed RTA a try.
Geekvape Creed RTA Packaging
So, I only have the sample packaging for the Geekvape Creed RTA but let’s go through it. I have a black box with a faint Geekvape logo on the front. The back just has thanks for reviewing and contents list of sorts. Pull the top off and the top layer has the Creed RTA with 6.5ml bubble glass, a straight glass for 4.5ml, a frosted 810 drip tip, a delrin 510 drip tip, and two alternative airflow chambers. Lift out the tray and below is the accessories bag that contains the classic orange and teal Geekvape o-rings, many other spare o-rings, a 510 adapter and a triple tool.
Geekvape Creed RTA
The Creed RTA is 25mm at the base and quickly widens out to 27mm and expands to 30mm with the bubble glass which holds a whopping 6.5ml of juice. With the straight glass the tank is 27mm wide and holds 4.5ml of juice.
Starting at the top, it has a polished looking 810 drip tip with a metal ring at the base. A thin but knurled top cap with a o-ring embedded inside for drip tips. Fill ports on the top of the chamber section. The whole chamber section is one part and has a o-ring inside to make a seal with the airflow adapter that goes over the chamber. This peice screws onto the…
At the heart of this RTA is the build deck which is an older style, two post deck with two holes for four leads with two flat head screws at the for holing your leads in place. Your coils will be getting bottom airflow regardless of the configuration but you also choose a one of two airflow caps that adds side airflow or another cap that eliminates side airflow and gives a little more restricted vape.
The post holes are large and offer enough room to help you stack leads on top of each other. The posts also have cutouts that help get a straight shot with your cotton to the wicking channels and your cotton slipes through that port and hangs below the threads. I decided to install some dual fused claptons and use the straight glass to make the tank narrower and the orange o-ring to give it a little flare.
Vaping on the Geekvape Creed RTA, the first thing I noticed is how smooth the airflow is and how quiet it is. I started off using the airflow cap with holes and used it like that for days. I really like the vape. It didn’t have a lot of restriction but you could add restriction by adjusting the airflow. Cloud was huge and flavor was pretty decent.
After a number of days, I switched to the closed airflow cap and it changed it to more restricted and more flavor. Still very smooth and not loud at all. Whenever I switch caps, I can tell it’s different than it was but you adjust to it quickly. I can’t really pick a favorite because I enjoy the more open and the more restricted. I guess if I had to pick one it would be the closed side airflow but it’s honestly hard to pick.
The top cap is pretty thin at the edges, but the knurling makes it easy to unscrew the cap. Geekvape is known for the half turn removable cap like the Geekvape Zeus but this one this threaded and had lots of threads. It takes a few good turns to remove but the knurles makes it easy to twist. I did not receive the single coil adapter which makes me sad. I really like single coil and with the vast, smooth airflow on the Creed, I think it would be enjoyable.
As always with Geekvape, the build quality of this item is top notch. I’ve really enjoyed past Geekvape tanks like the Ammit Dual coil and the Ammit 25 and this Creed didn’t disappoint.
The airflow is so smooth and quiet and provides great flavor. I really wish I could have tried single coil but dual-coil is great. Wicking was easy and I had no leaks. Actually, this thing seemed to wick like crazy, at least for me and the way I wicked it.
Rebuildable tanks do require a bit of experience but it’s not hard to get the hang of it. Only con may be its size. With the bubble glass it’s 30mm and straight glass, it’s 27mm. I’ve been using mine on the Geekvape Nova mod a lot and it’s 25mm wide and the tank looks fine on that.
I’ve been using a 28mm Fatality RTA a lot so tank size isn’t a issue for me. The build deck is little old school but so am I. Some people may have never used a deck that shares leads and it may be a pain but I promise, if you stick with it, you will learn how to build on it.
In the end, I like this tank a lot. I’m a lover of RTAs and the Creed lands pretty high on my list. Any cons are really nit picks because the tank works great. Sorry I can’t hate it more, I know people love drama. The damn thing just functions really well.
Geekvape Creed RTA Pros and Cons
- Large capacity
- Great build quality
- Smooth and quiet airflow
- Multiple airflow configurations
- Excellent flavor
- Wicks great
- Deck can be tricky for beginners
- Some may consider it large
Geekvape Creed RTA Video Review
Thank you so much for reading. I appreciate it. If you like RTAs I highly recommend the Geekvape Creed RTA. It’s gonna be high in my personal list of tanks and I’ve tried a lot. I’ll be back soon with more content and I hope you have a great day!
Daniel Marcus is an vape reviewer, vape photographer and coil builder. After smoking for 16 years, got a vape just because I couldn’t smoke in the company car and ended up quitting smoking without even trying. After seeing how effective vaping can be, I’ve spent the past two years trying to help new vapers with beginner problems do they don’t get frustrated and smoke again I’ve written reviews for over a year now. I’ve lived in wv all of my life and like taking vape pictures with a nature backdrop.