Hellvape put a complete crash diet on last year’s Fat Rabbit RTA, and the end result was the slimmer Fat Rabbit Solo RTA, a single-coil version of last year’s dual-coil behemoth.
I am very partial to the Fat Rabbit RTA, but I must admit that I generally prefer single coil RTAs, so when Hellvape asked me if I would be interested in seeing the new slimmed-down version, I nearly stole their hands.
43.8mm tall (excluding 510 & drip tip)
Postless single coil deck
Independent dual bottom and side airflow system
4.5ml straight glass / 5.5ml bubble glass
Included in the box with the Fat Rabbit Solo RTA, you’ll find a 5.5ml bubble glass, a coil cutting guide, a premade coil with shoelace cotton, and a bag of spare O-rings, and deck screws along with a handy screwdriver.
With the original Fat Rabbit RTA and the new Fat Rabbit Solo RTA side by side, you can immediately see that the exterior design is almost intact, as well as independent bottom and side airflow controls.
While the Fat Rabbit RTA is a fairly chunky 28mm atomizer, the Fat Rabbit Solo is much more standard at 25mm in diameter, which means it fits a wider range of mods than its predecessor. Despite the installation of the included dripper, it is still tall at 50.8 mm.
This time you get a pre-installed 4.5ml straight glass and a 5.5ml bubble glass in the box, unfortunately the bubble glass makes the Hellvape Fat Bunny Solo look like it relapsed a bit after dieting and developed a muffin top!
Since the straight glass in the international version submitted for review has a pretty decent 4.5ml capacity, I opted for it, but in TPD land this would be a measly 2ml, so bubble glass is clearly a better choice…. .. Please consult your supplier before ordering, as there are two versions of TPD, one with bubble glass and one without.
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