Advken’s Madhatter V2 has been the talk of the town since it’s release. This 22mm RDA was designed to compete with other atomizers of the same size. The question though is, will it succeed in its attempt to be the best RDA in its class?
The Madhatter V2 shares the same two-post-deck design as the infamous Velocity RDA. The posts have larger than average holes, which means it can carry thicker wires. This is secured by an allen-type screw, which should be standard by now (we love these screws so much).
One unique thing about this atomizer though, is the hinged top cap designed to keep you from removing your atomizer sleeves when you drip. That’s a nifty feature especially if you are a chronic dripper like me.
The diamond-shaped airflow holes are laid out in such a way that it will produce a “tornado-effect” when vaping. You can opt to cover one side of the airflow system if you are vaping on a single coil setup.
What we love about the Madhatter V2 RDA
The deck design. It’s easy to build quad coils on this atomizer compared to a tri-post.
The juice well. It’s pretty deep compared to other RDAs. If you’re an impulsive dripper, this might be the atomizer for you.
The adjustable airflow system. It just has enough holes to chuck huge clouds, but it doesn’t get too airy. You may also tighten the holes a bit if you want more of a flavored hit.
What we hate about the Madhatter V2 RDA
The tip could be a bit bigger. It’s about the same size of a 510, but looks bigger because of the heatsink on the tip. (On later releases of the RDA though, there’s a wide bore tip included, so this issue has been fixed).
The hinged top cap is useless if you are running a quad-coil build. You couldn’t see much from that hole so it’s better to just remove the sleeve when dripping.