RandM Tornado 6000 Disposable Vape Review

The RandM Tornado 6000s were sent to me for review from Fumot. These are 12ML rechargeable disposables that feature some incredible graffiti artwork.


  • 0/2/3/5% Nicotine Salt
  • 12ML of e-liquid
  • 6000 puffs
  • 850mAh battery
  • Adjustable airflow
  • USB-C charging port
  • 30 flavors
  • Mesh coil
  • $27.99 USD from RandM


The designs here are the star of the show for me. I’m a huge fan of graffiti. I’m not an artist, and I’ve never done graffiti artwork, but I appreciate the art form.

The devices are square with rounded edges, which makes them comfortable to hold. And the top of the Tornado 6000 has some ridges going around the mouthpiece to add to the design a bit.

It’s 1″ wide on both sides, and it’s about 4 3/4 inches long


The mouthpiece is a short, rounded mouthpiece that tapers at the bottom. I don’t have any complaints about it. It’s been comfortable to use. They come with covers, too, if you want to keep them protected in your pocket or bag.

Adjustable Airflow

A lot of disposables don’t have adjustable airflow, so when they do, I think it’s a huge feature. Airflow can make or break a device because we all like to vape differently, so when it has adjustable airflow, it can be adjusted to work well for just about anybody.

So the Tornado 6000 has this dial on the bottom of the device. There are lots of tiny holes here that give you a lot of choices in fine-tuning that airflow. The dial moves smoothly between two main settings, which you can see on each end of the dial. There’s a small circle where you close it off and a larger hole on the end that opens it up.

With the airflow closed down, it’s a very tight Mouth-to-Lung hit, which is how I like it. And when all of the airflow holes are open, you get a restricted lung draw. There’s a great range of airflow here. I do have one complaint to mention here, though: the airflow on one of my devices doesn’t close down as much as it does on the other. I don’t know why, but I think that’s a quality control issue on the airflow dial. It’s still usable and probably not a big deal for many people, but for people like me who like vaping disposables with a lot of airflow restriction, that’s a bummer.


Fumot sent me two flavors from this line to review, but there are a massive 30 flavors to choose from. So let’s go over the two flavors they sent me.

Double Apple

This is a very cool minty apple. The apple is like a sweet and slightly bitter green apple.

Orange Soda

It has a slightly orangish soda taste. The orange comes through pretty well. I only get a slight hint of soda, but it does seem to be there. There’s a minty koolada taste here too.

There are way too many flavors for me to list here, but they have a lot of usuals, like apple, gummy bear, mint, and mixed berries, but also some that are a little more unique, such as strawberry donut, orange soda, banana milk, skittles, blue sour raspberry, and Vimto.

Battery and Charging

The battery inside the Tornado 6000 is an 850mAh battery. That’s a really good sized-battery, in my opinion. These devices are pretty compact, so I’m surprised they fit a battery of that capacity here. So that’s nice. You should be able to get through the day on a full charge.

The devices charge using USB-C, and you’ll see the little light on the bottom light up while they’re plugged in.

Final Thoughts

These are great little devices. They look amazing, especially if you like graffiti. And they’re compact and comfortable to hold. The flavors they sent me are also really good. And the adjustable airflow is a great feature. I did have problems with the airflow on one of the devices, so that’s a con for me, but it didn’t make it unusable. That’s just something you might experience. Or maybe that’s just a one-off error, and I got one, which can happen with anything.

Overall, I’ve been a fan of these.

The RandM Tornado 6000 devices were sent to me for review from Fumot. Learn more from their website.

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