Hi All, Anthony Vapes back here with my review of the Vandy Vape Berserker V2 MTL RDA, please see the bottom for disclaimers and links. Note: This is marked as a sample version. Introduction: The Vandy Vape Berserker V2 MTL RDA is the latest RDA from popular vape manufacturer Vandy Vape. Vandy Vape started in 2017 and since then have become very popular and pumped out a ton of products. I’ve reviewed over 20 of their products over the past year or so personally and they are pretty hit and miss overall making some really good stuff and also some really bad stuff. It’s basically a coin flip at this point. In 2019 they have continued to be hit and miss so far releasing a really good rugged mod in the jackaroo,a good lightweight power mode mod in the swell, a good MTL RTA in the berserker V1.5 mini, and a good affordable mech tube in the bonza. However they had their missteps with the AP kit, pairing the bonza mech with an unsuitable RDA, and a bad tank with the jackaroo, and a bad trident kit due to the pairing and coils, and of course the really awful kylin m RTA that shouldn’t have existed. So let's see which side of the fence this falls on. The Berserker V2 RDA is a Single coil MTL RDA with an included squonk pin and was designed in collaboration with popular youtube reviewer alex from vapers MD. It’s available in 4 colors SS, Matte Black, Gunmetal, and Rainbow. Looking around online it’s on pre-order only and around 30 USD so standard price point Manufacturer's Specs Size: 24mm (L) x 22mm (D) Capacity: 1.5mL Weight: 145g Multiple Size Airflow Options Leak Proof Design True & Accurate MTL Experience Dual Shell Cap Design Improved Temp Control & Isolation Dome & Small Evaporation Chamber Easy Coil Install & Wicking 4 Colors: Gunmetal, Matte Black, Rainbow, SS Included in box: 1 BSKR V2 MTL RDA 1 Accessory Bag 1 User Manual 2 Drip Tips Picture Album album Build Deck and Wicking Let’s talk about the build deck now. It’s a pretty basic deck that’s kind of outdated for the most part but still seen on a lot of MTL atomizers. It’s a basic 2 post deck with posts on the same sides and you use the screw heads to trap the leads. The screws are a good quality flat head screw and they include a spare set of Phillips as well. Installing coils is easy you just unscrew a little then slide the leads under the coil head and tighten it down. My only issue with this and why I feel it should be better is due to the position of the screws blocking your leads. It means if you don’t build either really small or really big (for the atty) that you have to be a little creative to position the coils correctly. They should have went with a clamp system or one where the screw itself traps the lead and not the head. With that said it works so I can’t complain too much but it’s not a great design for the type of RDA. Wicking on it is quite easy. It’s an RDA so nothing fancy just drop your wick leads to the bottom where the wick cutouts are. It does have the large well similar to the Mjolnir RDA I designed so you can cut the leads long or short if you want. Either is fine. I found this to be very simple and works great. It’ll be interesting to see if anyone complains about “capillary action” on this since it’s not an issue here and wasn’t on the mjolnir but it’s the same design on the 2. It at least will show if reviewers have consistency and know what they are doing or making stuff up.