This is one atty we were excited to get our hands on. It might be that it’s a local Canadian Company or the fact that this might be the first atty that could dethrone the NarDA. Either way the O-Atty by The Odis Collection is one kick ass dripper that every vaper should get their hands on…
It’s all clean lines on the outside with a signature tear-dropped AFC. Nice hard lines and all made with top grade stainless steel. The Machining is perfect, everything about how this atty feels and performs oozes quality. The O-ring tolerances are nailed, the engraved bottom is a work of art, and the second you see the build deck you know you’ve got something special. Sure it looks surprisingly familiar, dual airflow hitting a center section that can house either a single or dual coil setup. NarDA may have been the first but there have been others since that have realized that maximizing the amount of airflow to a coil produces incredible flavour and vapor. The O-Atty differs in the angle in which the airflow enters the vapor chamber. The airflow inlets are angled down at about a 30° angle and hit the floor of the deck creating a vortex effect that swirls the yummy vapours around in the chamber before entering your mouth. This not only produces great flavour and vapor, it also does it silently with not an ounce of spit back (something the NarDA can’t do on either front).
Okay, so Flavour… Intense, thick and condensed. The math all adds up, the right amount of space, airflow and smooth lines all contribute to just down right awesome flavour. But the flavour isn’t alone on this one, it’s full immersed in a silky smooth airflow that helps create an extremely gratifying vape. You can feel the airflow churning around inside, their isn’t an ounce of turbulence, it’s more of a pressure, that is condensing the vapor into thick tasty clouds. The AFC does it’s job, fully open it’s a barely restricted lung hit, but close it down to a sliver of that teardrop and it almost gets to MTL territory. The best part, it’s silent, no whistling of any kind no matter how you set it. We play around a lot with the settings, closed down it’s super intense flavour, open it’s more vapor but still damn tasty. The AFC is surprisingly accurate for how simple it looks. It makes us think of what it would feel like to vape a Dyson vacuum, there’s lots of science and engineering going on inside this baby.
The Deck is angular, somewhat aggressive looking, the gold platted clamps look beautiful. The AFC towers are sharp, but are obviously designed to maximize the inner airflow resistance and circulation. There is plenty of room for coils, we have tried several builds and everything fits well. The clamps secure your wire leads very well, however they are finicky to work with. If only Odis had beveled the clamp plate edges like they are on the Goon. They are super flat and the tolerance is so dialled in that getting your wire into the clamps can be a trying exercise, if they were beveled, the wire would slide right in. We did have some trouble with the threading on one of our clamps, it’s getting smoother with use and is most likely just a shoty screw (it comes with spares so no big deal).
So what to build… We tried simple single coils, spaced and micro, duals, and a couple different claptons. And in the end, like you will see all over Facebook and Instagram, a simple 2.5-3mm fused clapton at anywhere from 0.5-0.8 Ohms is the winner. We get that claptons hold lots of juice and therefore can produce great flavour, but on most applications we find them hot, with ramp up, and spit back. We just don’t like them in general. However, and this is a big one, claptons are amazing in this atty. No spit back, no unwanted heat, just glorious flavour/vapor. It has to be the internal design and airflow, it seems to create a back pressure that tames these crazy coils. Our current build is a 28/36 KA1, 2.5mm, 0.7 Ohm, fused clapton and we run it at 33-35W and it’s friggin awesome. Not to hot, not to cold, tons of vapor, just right.
There is plenty of accessories planned, caps (slammed, delrin, ultem, etc…), a BF pin, and a variety of Drip Tips (to be expected from Odis). It comes with a nice amount of spares, ours had the BF pin and a second lower profile ultem drip tip and we suggest you pick up the same.
The O-Atty is an OMG atty. It’s incredible in every way, great build quality, design, and flavour. It also helps that Fadi and the whole Odis team are just great people. It’s a tad expensive, but the performance is really worth the cost, there is something different about the O, its the airflow in our opinion. There are a couple of objective cons, it’s not the easiest to build, and the 510 is pretty long, we noticed it doesn’t sit flush on quite a few of our mods (a nice Machi ring would fix things up). But once you taste and experience an O-Atty we are pretty sure you won’t be able to put it down. If you can grab one, do it now without an ounce of doubt. Well done Odis Team!
- Flavour - 10/1010/10
- Vapor Production - 10/1010/10
- Ease of Build - 8/108/10
- Airflow - 10/1010/10
- Wicking - 10/1010/10
- Juice Capacity - 10/1010/10
- Aesthetics - 10/1010/10
- Fit & Finish - 10/1010/10
- Materials - 10/1010/10
- Ease of Use - 10/1010/10
- Value - 9/109/10
- Super Clean Design Aesthetic
- Awesome Flavour
- Awesome Vapor Production
- Incredibly Smooth Quiet Airflow/AFC
- Conical Domed Vapor Chamber
- Vortex Dual Inner Airflow
- Easy to Wick
- Gold Plated Clamp Style Build Deck
- Single & Dual Coil Builds
- Great Fit & Finish
- Top Notch Materials
- Deep Juice Well
- Perfect O-ring Tolerances
- Fits All Standard 510 Drip Tips
- Available BF Pin
- Zero Spitback
- Doesn't Leak
- Plenty of Spares & a Drip Tip
- Deck Clamps Finicky to build with
- Long 510 (Won't sit flush on all Mods)
- Expensive (Worth It)
Max Draw: Slightly Restricted Lung Hit
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