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7th Floor Retailers in the UK & Europe?

Discussion in 'Ask FC' started by tuk, Jan 21, 2014.

  1. tuk

    tuk Well-Known Member

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    Wasn't sure where to put this...

    Having trouble finding a decent retailer of 7th Floor products in the UK, most of the vape websites seem to be either out of stock or don't stock 7th floor products.

    I contacted 7th floor about this but the retailer they recommended hasn't been replying to my emails.

    So can people recommend a decent 7th Floor retailer in the UK or even another European country because I'm not convinced I will find one in the UK ....it needs to be somewhere official that can honour the warranty so ebay etc is a no go.
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  2. vorrange

    vorrange Well-Known Member

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    have you tried paradox or vaporlot? everyonedoesit too.
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  3. as

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    Vaporlot
    is the best in UK for 7th floor the do some custom stug as well u think
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  4. tuk

    tuk Well-Known Member

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    VaporLot: no reply to emails
    Paradox: out of stock
    Everyonedoesit: out of stock & lousy reputation when something goes wrong.
  5. vorrange

    vorrange Well-Known Member

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    yeah... i noticed that 7th floor products have been more and more difficult to find but i didn't know that no stores had it.

    Have you considered ebay? Maybe there are uk sellers that are authorized.
  6. tuk

    tuk Well-Known Member

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    It says on the 7th floor website not to buy from Ebay as the warranty will not be honoured.

    It's not just the vape but all the other odds and ends I need like, spare wands, heater covers etc so I need a proper retailer that stocks their products, but even finding just the Vape is proving difficult.
  7. vorrange

    vorrange Well-Known Member

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    yeah..

    i would forget about it to be honest and choose a different vape. The Versa looks way better.

    Or i would order from the Us site.

    Check kaya.es, they have it... 255€.
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  8. tuk

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    I've spent weeks researching vapes & have my heart set on the SSV, it's so annoying lol

    I might have to bite the bullet & pay the extra to import one from the US.

    Keep the suggestions coming for a Euro source.
  9. vorrange

    vorrange Well-Known Member

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    Well, how about the Venus then? I think it should be cheaper but it is a very nice whip vaporizer.
  10. tuk

    tuk Well-Known Member

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    I'm sure it is a good vape Venus, but considering another type of vape at this point & will mean more weeks of research & indecision when all I want to do is FC & start vaping ...It takes me time to research, decide & buy something, I want to love vaping & buying the wrong 1st vape might put me off making the transition, the ssv looks right for me for lots of reasons.

    Sry hope that doesn't sound like I'm ranting at you, I'm kinda baked & I do appreciate the suggestions .
  11. grokit

    grokit power cosmic

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  12. tuk

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    Yes GK, I noted your post in the glass thread cos I'd been looking at a few odds and ends on their site.

    I also noticed on their website they only accept returns for the first 7 days which is kinda poor for a UK company of that size, thats about the same as an ebay seller to put it context, rang a warning bell!
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  13. vorrange

    vorrange Well-Known Member

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    I understand, i had a DBV to help me transition. In the same price range if you don't want to buy outside the EU, i would get the Herbalaire at this point.
    The Lotus is a good option as well, although it needs manual technique it is easy to learn and it is cheap.

    Good luck on your search but i have to say, don't wait too long to see if the SSV comes back in stock. It has been a slow process but 7th floor is definitely pulling away from the EU market and i think it will continue this way.

    And the best eu stores atm for me are: verdampftnochmal, vaposhop and vapefiend.
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  14. grokit

    grokit power cosmic

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    To add insult to injury, the screens they sent were the wrong size :doh:!
  15. tuk

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    Funnily enough those 2 were on my short list.

    I think your right, am I mad in thinking this is incredible, how can there not be a market for the SSV in Europe?

    Thanks for the leads I will look into those.
  16. vorrange

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    That was a nice shortlist then.

    The Herborizer is also great for 260€ if you got glass already, but it is prone to breakage since it is all glass but according to owners the flavour is top notch.

    The EU market is small, i guess they thought i was not worth it. The stores never had good prices on them either, except for vaposhop and lacentralevapeur. But once they were out of stock they never replenished them.

    If you have the funds, the best you could buy in EU is the miniVAP. 370€ for the home version, 470€ with battery.
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  18. Mr420Jack

    Mr420Jack New Member

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    Just get a blemished one from the website, the SSV shipped to the UK is $200.00 total plus an extra roughly £25 import charge. Which works out at like £14?.00, pretty decent deal and you get a free little jar. :D
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  19. tuk

    tuk Well-Known Member

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    ^^How much was delivery and how long did it take?
  20. Mr420Jack

    Mr420Jack New Member

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    The blemished unit was $180.00 and shipping was $20.00. As for how long, I just ordered it yesterday so I'm still waiting :p I got a 10ft lime green whip as a spare as well.
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  21. Unconnected

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    I would just order direct from the states, the shipping was not terrible for me and i live in Australia so i would hazard a guess it would be not that much different to the uk. They also sell 220v and uk plugs through their us site.
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  22. Mr420Jack

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    Just out of curiosity, how long did the shipping take for you? And yeah the plug was another reason I bought directly from 7th floor. A step down adapter was going to cost me an extra like £15.00.
  23. Mr420Jack

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    I just got 10 percent off my order after I ordered from them because I found a discount code FACEBOOK10 and emailed saying that I did not realise there was an offer on. They sent me an email back saying I had been refunded 19.99 dollars. I'm so pleased.
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