Just a ton of o’rings and 3 spare slot screws included. A pair of Alpha Braid coils included as well.
This is for the bubble tank edition, the regular edition is 26mm at the glass but tapers down to 25mm
Getting to know the Zeus Dual RTA
The original Zeus was a single coil tank so Geekvape went back to the drawing board to make a dual coil version that we have here. Not only is it now dual coil but they changed the airflow, instead of coming from the sides and bottom it is not more of an angled side airflow meant to come from the side or under the coils depending on your coil placement. Still a postless deck but the mounting holes have been repositioned so that wide builds won’t get that dreaded twist the original Zeus single coil would do.
It is a little wider at 26mm with the standard 4ml glass which tapers down to 25mm at the base. A little taller too but as you can see not by much.
Loses the cage that was near impossible to line up the logo on the barrel so it wasn’t behind it. What did stay the same is the raised portion on the top cap, wish they would have made it flat as a lot of 810 drip tips are not going to sit flush like my example below.
Builds and wicking
The Zeus definitely likes bigger builds so if you enjoy builds like that then the Zeus Dual should be a pass. No problems trapping the leads with single wire though which can be tricky with some rebuildables.
Comparison to the OG Zeus in single coil mode
The original single coil Zeus can be a love or hate tank, after my review of the original I saw that was the case. I like it but you do give up some flavor for the benefit of no leaks. The OG can also be a bit of a pain to build on due to the odd coil placement and having the twist in your wicks. Not hard once you get use to it but it could have been better designed. The Zeus Dual so fix some of those issues, coils placement is much easier and wicking, while longer is more straightforward.
I build both using Quad core fused claptons, 30g core with 40g outer wrap. 3.5mm inner diameter which I have always enjoyed on the OG and that would also give me enough wick to fill up the rather large wick holes of the Zeus Dual. I always preferred my builds higher on the original so I tried to keep them at the same height.
Vaping both back to back using the same mods and juice it was a close call, hard to tell which was which but there was a difference. Sometimes I preferred the original more which surprised me but at no time did I say the Dual was superior. Being a bigger deck the Dual may have benefited more from a bigger coil, say 4mm ID. I never did try a bigger single coil, if I do and the difference is pronounced then I will update the review. I would say if you are into single coils and love the original Zeus the Dual will not be an upgrade for flavor in single coil use. It will be an upgrade in ease of builds but is that worth buying it? That is entirely up to you, I personally would not spend the money if I just wanted to vape with a single coil and loved the original Zeus.
Has a clean and classy look to it and the gunmetal is a great match on my gunmetal mods
I am thinking I might need a black one, loved the combo with the Ehpro Armor
I liked the original Zeus, not the best single coil flavor RTA for sure but the convenience of no leaks made it a decent tank. The Zeus Dual is a worthy successor but does take some skill to get the best performance out of it, just like the original. It is easier to build on but the wicking is actually more tricky that the original. Once you get it right though the flavor is pretty good.
Now It’s Available :Geekvape ZEUS Dual RTA 5.5ml
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