Hey FC! As the title suggests I'm trying to decide between picking up a Life Saber or an E-nano. Both sound like great vapes so you might be able to understand why I'm having such a hard time deciding between the two. So I guess I'll go through what I like about both and then see what you guys have to say as per their performance compared to each. Just some background as per my vaping experience. I got into vapes a few years back when I didn't have much spare cash lying around. Didn't do any research and just picked up a BC Vaporizer. Basically just a heating element with a glass jar on top, it's served me well but I think it's time to up myself to a proper vape. I also have a flight box for my portable needs. So here we go. I settled on the LSV sometime last week after extensive reviews and research, read through most of the review thread here and everything. It just seems like my thing because I can use it anyway I want. Can throw it on a Water Pipe, direct draw, or whip. It's just really versatile and the number of accessories it has just blows me away. My only concerns are with efficiency and temp control. I kind of wish that the 7th floor products would come with a clicker dial or something that corresponded to a certain temperature just because I'd love to be able to be accurate as far as temp is concerned. Now these aren't really problems that were going to affect my decision to purchase just because it was everything I really wanted. Then I stumbled across the E-Nano. Which seems like the LSV's little brother. Here we've got a compact machine that you can basically run 24/7, that also apparently rocks with very tiny amounts. You can use it with a Water Pipe and it just seems like it'd be really easy to transport as well, much like the LSV as it comes with a case. The only downside that I can see is that it has less in terms of accessories and I can't really tell from their site what I need to buy to make it work with a water pipe. Add to that the numbered temp dials with corresponding temps and it ends up tied as far as I'm concerned between the two. Well, mostly. Now I suppose we get to my main questions that will decide my purchase (took me long enough, right?). Is there any way to measure the temps my herb will be at in the LSV so that I can add markings on my dial, like the E-nano, to gain a similar kind of accuracy? Can the LSV be as efficient as the nano with the same amounts? I'm hesitant to pick up the nano only because it seems like it would be difficult, or a PIA, to use with more than one or two people because of the size of the chamber. Is that true or am I just plain wrong? I'm guessing they can both be used with wax as well? Thanks for taking the time out to read this and respond! So far FC has been a great help on my journey.