Wanted to post in a thread that i have watched and loved for a long time but will no longer have a use for. My SSV was one of my favorite vaporizers I ever owned and it always will be. I had an e nano before that and I loved that too, I just needed a bigger pack for water pipe hits so I went Lsv, after a few close calls with rolls off the table and the thing falling because I'm horribly clumbsy I decided to let a friend buy it, he was begging to buy it from me cuz he liked it so much, so I sold it and got a SSV. It could deliver the same size hits through water, espcially with the DDave mod, and it was a tank, sitting on my table ready to go all day every day. I never kept mine on 24/7 because of my ocd, but knowing it was no problem if I did was always awesome. For over a year I was happy with my home plug in situation and that was mainly my SSV. Recent purchases of portables has given me a new out look on vapes and what they can do. My milaana honestly hits every bit as hard as an e nano, and almost the surfer, it can hold more than a DDave mod screen too or less, and easily milk a piece and it's portable.. And then I tried a friends EVO and I had to have one. After using the SSV I fell in love with convection and the EVO is the best convection vape I've tried, well sublimater and appollo are both CRAZY but i think there's convection + magic in those vapes lol. My silver surfer is now bagged up, in the corner feeling lonely.. And I feel a little bad not giving it any love, but the way I see it is that the SSV worked great for me, for as long as I expected, I mean it's still in perfect condtion.. I could have probably used it for the rest of my life lol. I mean that is one thing I will attest to and that's the durability of this thing. If you want to get into convection vapor for a fair price and do it with some style, the SSV is for you it is truely a great vape that I believe has and will stand the test of time. Cheers FC, Stay vaped Mod note: Content that violates forum rules removed.