Life Saber Vaporizer (LSV) Review

Life Saber Vaporizer (LSV) Review

Life Saber Vaporizer (LSV) Review

The good folks at 7th Floor have a new addition to their desktop vaporizer line up called the Life Saber Vaporizer or LSV for short. The LSV is a hand held plug in vaporizer that follow in the tradition of their very well known desktops the Silver Surfer Vaporizer (SSV) and the Da Budda Vaporizer (DBV). The LSV uses a ceramic rod to heat the unit with a glass wand for a mouth piece. This is known as the transfer wand. You fill your transfer wand with your material and insert it into the LSV much like you would the SOLO or the AIR. As with all 7th Floor products, the LSV is simple, versatile and durable.

What is included with your LSV:
1x Life Saber Vaporizer
1x Pyrex wand heat cover (inside the unit)
1x transfer wand
1x hand blown glass pick
1x carry bag

Let me start this review by saying that IMO 7th Floor LLC has set the gold standard for customer service and satisfaction.

The LSV is a very interesting vaporizer to say the least. I love my SSV. It is the only vaporizer I own that has never made anyone cough. This is quite a feat. The LSV does exactly the same thing, but it is much more versatile than the wonderful SSV.

If you are into water filtration, the LSV might be just what you need if your looking for a plug in vaporizer.

The LSV has a ridiculous amount of options in how you can use it to vape. 7th floor has literally any piece of glass you could conjure up. This is not a joke my friends. 7th floors moto is “if you can think it we can make it”.

They also put their money where their mouth is by having 10 in house glass blowers including Steve the owner. So dream up any accessory you want for your SSV, LSV, or Da Budda and they will make it a reality.

7th floors ceramic rod heating technology is tried and true. They have had a SSV unit on for years and years straight with no signs of fatigue. Now that you know a little bit about the company and their passion, lets see why the LSV might be the plug in vape you’ve been looking for.

Versatility, reliability, quality, and great customer service are a few reasons to look into the LSV if a home unit is in your future.

One thing I would like to talk about is 7th Floors packaging. As most vaporizers come in a plain or fancy box, all 7th Floor products come in a custom Hemp bag to keep your investment safe and secure. No other companies go the extra mile and include such a nice travel bag standard with their units. Although a nice custom bag for most any vaporizer can be bought, that would add $50 plus to the initial cost of the unit. Well done 7th Floor. Well done.

This really shows you 7th Floor is a company that understands their users.
IMO the price of their products reflect their passion. 7th Floor products are priced considerably lower than other desk top units, are extremely reliable and come with much more than other units.

The LSV is just as amazing as the SSV, just in a different way. The LSV is much more user friendly when it comes to water filtration. If your not into water filtration, that’s OK. 7th Floor has you covered. They offer vape tamers which are glycerine filled tubes you freeze and get nice cool refreshing draws without the water. It is easy to see alot of time and effort goes into every 7th Floor product.

What I like about the LSV is mostly the versatility. The LSV is like a small mag light flashlight with a 10 foot cord. The unit is extremely small for a desktop/plug in unit. With the 10 foot cord the LSV is simple to use with a group of people, or just walking around the room. The LSV tastes amazing, produces very impressive clouds of vapor and always has nice uniform ABV.

The heat cover inside the unit housing the ceramic rod also has a hole in the side of it to allow fresh air to mix with your vapor to give you a very soothing draw.

The options of different size and custom blown transfer wands are endless, there is sure to be one you will love.

I must admit I was a bit skeptical about the LSV at first being a plug in hand held, but I quickly realized its potential and versatility. But of course most of all what I like about the LSV is 7th floors customer service. It truely is top notch.

What I don’t like about the LSV is there are so many options to choose from I want them all. I almost wish the price was higher and the LSV came with every attachment they offer. But seriously the only gripe I have about the LSV is sometimes the knob can get bumped and the temperature can accidentally be turned up or down when passing it around. This is not a big issue and does not happen all the time. Being a convection vaporizer, if the knob gets bumped just re adjust the temperature. No harm no foul, no wasted meds.

That is really all I can find I noticed about with the LSV. All in all, not too bad.

I would absolutely recommend the LSV to anyone looking for an extremely versatile plug in vape. Once you get the LSV dialed in (which does not take long at all) you are off to vaping nirvana.

I would rate the LSV a 4.7 out of 5 stars. For the quality, price, versatility, value, CS, taste, and vapor production. I have not let my LSV out of my sight ever since I recieved it.

Please remember these are all my own person opinions. My reviews are to help educate others on vaporizers before they make their own final decision.

Thank you for taking the time to read my LSV review.

Vape Dr.

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