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7th Floor Life Saber (LSV)

Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by aesthyrian, Oct 11, 2010.

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  1. arb

    arb Well-Known Member

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    Thanks that made it easy peazy..........gonna go make Mrs arb mad for a hot second.
     
  2. Likes2vape

    Likes2vape Well-Known Member

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    :rofl::rofl::lmao:
     
  3. Ramahs

    Ramahs Fucking Combustion (mostly) Since February 2017

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    Nothing wrong with that, as they are very different vapes. I have a log vape like the Enano (I have a Woodscents log), and I also have a Da Buddha and a Silver Surfer (both very similar to the LSV), and I wouldn't be against picking up an LSV to complete my 7th Floor set if I came across one for a good price. I probably will eventually.

    But yeah, the log vapes are in a completely different vape category than the 7th Floor vapes, which are all very similar to each other in their basic design. Definitely worth having both types.
     
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  4. arb

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    Ok got it in hand and initial impressions are.........fuck yes!
    Hits hard looks great and a nice bag.
    Very well made and did I say it hits hard?............lolz.

    I think my vas just disappeared......really impressed with 7th floor.
     
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  5. arb

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    Should come with a "this device induces naps" warning sticker.
     
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  6. Ramahs

    Ramahs Fucking Combustion (mostly) Since February 2017

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    Congrats on your new vape!
    I'm sure that you'll love it.

    Oh, and as far as the VAS is concerned...

    Don't worry.
    Give it a month. :razz:
     
  7. arb

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    After a day with this unit I have a question.............why is it not more popular?
    The price point it sits at combined with how well it works is frankly amazing.
    Does it have long term issues I am unaware of..........what am I missing?
    So far using it dry I am very impressed with how fast it heats up,how tasty it is,instant vapor,huge hits of very potent vapor, great efficiency and does a excellent job with concentrate sammiches.
     
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    After a day with this unit I have a question.............why is it not more popular?.....Its has a lot to do with market saturation and product life span.

    The price point it sits at combined with how well it works is frankly amazing.....The performance is as good as it always has been but the price has slid.

    Does it have long term issues I am unaware of..........what am I missing?....Nothing, all the significant bugs I know of have been dealt with and the small ones left are assembly and glass blower problems.

    Got Glass? :tup:
     
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  9. arb

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    Thanks.for answering my questions that was awesome.
    Does the fatty bowl also work as a 14 MM water pipe adaptor?
     
  10. canj00digit?

    canj00digit? All my days in a daze...

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    The LSV definitely rocks, especially for the price.

    It's still my back-up to the Sublimator.

    I'm thinking of trying to mod it by adding boro spheres inside the heater cover to sort of turn into into a Glass Symphony type of vape... much more heated mass should take it up even a notch further. But I haven't even looked at it yet to see how practical such a mod might be.

    With water pieces I use the LSV with 18mm male-to-male adaptors with a screen wedged in there as a bowl, I know there are others who use it in that style.
     
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  11. howie105

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    Its an 18.8mm so you are going to need an adapter. I have one but its not my favorite piece. Have you done the EQ basket tucked into wand yet?
     
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  12. arb

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    No the attraction of the lsv was the big chamber I do not want to reload constantly.
     
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  13. arb

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    I put the volcano on the shelf and the nano in the shop.
    The lsv through the wand is like it was designed exactly for me......hits very smooth yet extremely potent.
    Using the same Amount of same product in all my other vapes including the airs and solos the lsv gets me mostest bestest.
    I should really grab another one for backup.........I am gonna tell Mrs arb that.
    :razz:
     
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  14. Likes2vape

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    The LSV was my first vape and it still kicks ass.
     
  15. lwien

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    It wasn't my first but I've had it for at least 8 years and yup, still kicks my ass as well.
     
  16. Diggy Smalls

    Diggy Smalls Notorious

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    For me, ultimately the ergonomics made it not ideal for my usage. I don't really like waiting for a vape to heat up, but I can't leave the lsv on without it getting way too hot. You can make a stand, and it works great if balanced vertical, but without a stand it just lays down some the cord is on the inside
     
  17. arb

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    I just screwed a hook into the leg of the end table..........vertically held.
    I cannot get over how much I like this vape I have to resist coming in here and posting about how much I love it daily.
    :clap:
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  18. Diggy Smalls

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    I did something like this for mine, too and it works great, provided no little critters or kids bump into it. I miss my lsv sometimes, but mostly I miss the long stem for it.
     
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  19. arb

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    My buddy just got his cosmetic second and I have to say hmmmmmm.
    150.00 us it came in A bag with all the stuff exactly like the regular units for 190.00.
    His is silver as is mine and side by side I cannot find the "cosmetic issue"with his.
    He got the exact same thing for fifty bucks less..........so I naturally ordered one for backup.
    The same warranties apply also.
     
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  20. Diggy Smalls

    Diggy Smalls Notorious

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    Oh yeah, I almost forgot about the cord. Mine was reinforced, but it still failed. I had to use electrical tape to reinforce it even more, cause the cord sheath was sliding down the cord, exposing the wires inside.

    I think if they made the cord on the side I would buy one in a heartbeat
     
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  21. Blown

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    Hello. Speaking of the cord...I have to say the the cord is the most frustrating part of this unit. I have been using my LSV for 5 years almost exclusively through a bong.

    Has anyone here tried replacing the cord with a more supple one? The one it comes with is so stiff and there isn’t any cord relief so one has to be mindful of handling to not strain it. If the cord was softer and more bendable it wouldn’t cause so much strain and it would be easier to handle and use.

    I’m wary of trying to fix something that is working.
     
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  22. Vitolo

    Vitolo Vaporist

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    Try this item... I found that all local patients that have it love it.
    https://delta3dstudios.com/lsv-vaporizer-stand/
    I personally leave the LSV lying in the open bag on the ground.
     
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  23. lwien

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    I leave mine in the bag as well but the bag is on a table.
     
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  24. arb

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    I pulled mine apart and found the strain relief to be very well made and properly installed.
    Sounds like maybe you all have older models?
     
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  25. Diggy Smalls

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    My model was older, but it did have the reinforced cable. A friend has it now cause he wanted to stop smoking and I have other vapes I use more. I could leave mine on and open in the bag for a while, but not all day. It gets hot on its side.
     
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