RST stands for Rebuildable Sub Tank; this is not a model of tank by Council of Vapor. Instead, this abbreviation tells you a little something about the Royal Hunter.
You can rebuild it and the atomizer uses sub ohm coils for high-watt vaping. These are two standard features of advanced tanks among several others such as airflow control, stainless steel hardware, and a glass tube.
Council of Vapor RST, the Royal Hunter
Council of Vapor favors quality manufacturing over cheap and cheerful options so customers are familiar with their slightly higher pricing. In general, these vapers don’t mind the additional cost for a vape tank because in return they receive high-quality designs like this one. The Royal Hunter comes with a 0.2-ohm replacement coil but also a rebuild deck for custom builds.
A lot of vapers have experienced spit-back and it leaves a bad taste in their mouths, literally. Council of Vapor’s Royal Hunter RST contains a spit-back prevention feature so it is unlikely this will happen to you again.
Designers from other manufacturers are also working on this problem; it is quite trendy to advertise “spit-back prevention” when releasing a new RBA. The turbine drip tip prevents spit back and cools vapor along its route to your mouth.
Hot vapor hurts this sensitive skin and usually doesn’t taste like much of anything. When vapor is cooled, even slightly, vapers enjoy the nuances created by a particular temperature or wattage.
Invisible Inhalation Method
There is airflow control provided in the base cap, as usual, but an interesting design is hidden from view. On the outside the valve is horizontal, but inside, air inlets are slanted.
The 0.2 ohm coil contains five wicking ports. These large inlets allow for total saturation of your wicking material. Council of Vapor recommends vaping at between 40W and 90W with their Royal Hunter.
There is a good chance you bought this Council of Vapor RST because of the deck, not their pre-built sub ohm coils. Council of Vapor provides a good-sized 2-post deck featuring 2-mm terminals and 6-mm valves provide airflow through the bottom.
Council of Vapor Royal Hunter RDA
When you look up this RST, be advised that much of the material your search engine returns with will be related to the Royal Hunter RDA, a somewhat different beast. The RDA is not a tank like the RST although it is used to good effect on similar devices, whether that’s the Council of Vapor Mini Volt or one of Pioneer4You’s iPV mods.
A dripping atomizer contains a small reservoir and is designed for dripping every few minutes. Vapers choose this style when they are unable to vape two-handed such as when they are driving. They also choose RDAs in order to create dense clouds. The Royal Hunter is more than a dripping atomizer; this is a beautiful collector’s piece available in green and gold or white and gold.