Hi Folks, I received the Ijoy Combo 2 directly from Efun.top. This is available to buy now. I will convey my thoughts and do my very best to provide you with enough information so you can reach your own conclusion on the product, so no recommendations from me, just a final conclusion of my personal experience with it. Please ask questions in the below if I've missed anything you want to know Product Overview Height: 54mm Width: 25mm Tank Capacity: 6.5ml Filling: Side Filling Gold Plated Deck Single Coil option Interchangeable “IMC” deck system Airflow Slots: 2 Cost: $32.99 Available from: https://www.efun.top/ijoy-combo-rdta-ii.html Available Colours; Black, Gunmetal, Rainbow, Red What's included in the Box? 1 x IJOY COMBO RDTA 2 Tank (Rebuildable Dripping Tank Atomiser) 1 x IMC-10 DECK 1 x IMC-Coil-3 Pre-made coil 1 x Ultem wide bore drip tip 1 x Extra glass 1 x Single Coil Plug 2 x Fused Claptons 1x Spare bits pack (O-rings, spare positive pin, Cotton, 2 screwdrivers) 1 x 510 Drip Tip adaptor 1 x Screwdriver 1 x Warranty Card Presentation wise Ijoy went with their normal plastic box with the sleeve on which is the standard for them. I like the graphics on the front of the sleeve looks like something I’d pick up from the local country club. Scratch and sniff is on the side of the box. Looks & Initial Impressions As usual with Ijoy products you get a decent amount of spares in the box no complaints there. I would like to have seen a spare set of screws for the IMC-10 deck personally. I’m trying to see the natural progression from the original Combo, from what I can tell the top cap, paint finish, drip tip, and the starting decks are the only differences. The dimensions otherwise are exactly the same from my research, and they can even utilise the same 12 deck options in the Ijoy IMC range. I never owned the original Combo so I can’t say whether it’s better or not in this review but wanted to point this out. Found the perfect matching partner for the Combo 2 sitting pretty on my Aspire Speeder and is where it’s going to live. Considering it’s got a large 6.5ml capacity it really doesn’t sit too tall on the mod. IJoy even used the same colour and finish by the looks of it. The emblem is the only form of branding on here and you certainly know it’s there. To be fair though I think its looks smart, as I said before looks like something I’d pick up at the local country club. The stock Ultem drip tip is standard 810 so will fit all your Grennedy style drip tips. Looks a little on the short side in my opinion but then I’m not a fan of low chuff drip tips, to me they are designed for form and style in mind not the end user. The kit contains an adaptor to run your own 510 drips tips, always welcome in my book. The RDTA breaks into 8 parts for cleaning and maintenance. Build Quality Threading is great on the connector ring when threading over the deck The positive pin sits proud of the threading by a fair margin. My O-rings aren’t tight enough on the top cap (when juiced up). However they are spot on for the housing (AFC Ring) and around the drip tip. I haven’t had any leaking issues from it so it’s all sealed well enough. The gold plating and paint finish is excellent everywhere. I can report no gold plate bubbling issues from the paint after ultrasonic cleaning, even on the screws on the IMC-10 deck (which failed miserably on my Augvape Druga (I’ll come onto why I called out this particular RDA later). I’m confused as to why the IMC-Coil 3 has 3 airflow slots on it considering there only two available on the housing. This deck houses up to 3 coils which come fully wicked and installed as part of the kit, which will be handy for new vapers out there wanting to see what RDTA are about. Two things I need to highlight 1) when I put the deck in, the airflow slots don’t actually line up at all, as you draw it circulates round and in. 2) I also noticed the deck doesn’t actually fit properly, my top cap sits ever so slightly off by a couple of mm. The refill hole accommodates all my refill bottles except from the widest of twist nozzles. Refilling is super easy tilt and fill. Building and Wicking The reason I called out the Druga earlier is the IMC-10 deck is a pretty much a carbon copy of Augvape’s deck (albeit without the ability to bottom fill through squonking). I do own the Druga and I know there were report of coils slipping when pulling on them, but it’s not something I have experienced on here. Also the screws feel harder when wrenching them down so will wear less easily. Much like the Vaptio Turbo-L RDTA measuring from the insides of both post holes you have approximately 13mm width to use so again it’s a builders dream (right up my street) For my reviews I don’t like using the same build for every product just because it’s fair, who cares about that! As far as I’m concerned I measure up what the product was designed for and build accordingly straight out of the gate. I felt some dual 6 wrap 3mm spaced aliens would suit it great, so in they went!