Life Saber Vaporizer Review
Build Quality60%
Vapor Quality75%
Look and Feel70%
Ease Of Use45%
Options55%
Reach35%
57%Overall Score

Welcome to the Life Saber Vaporizer Review, fellow enthusiasts! 7th Floor has a good number of units under it’s belt, many of which are very well liked in the community. They’re known for making robust units that perform well and last a long time. In this review, we’ll be taking a look at the Light Saber to see if  it can stand strong in the face of 7th Floor’s legacy. Let’s get into the Life Saber Vaporizer Review to see what this unit can really do!

Product Pros

  1. Easy to use
  2. Interesting shape
  3. Great tasting vapor

Product Cons

  1. Very large and highly breakable wand
  2. No accurate temperature control
  3. Must hold whole unit in your hand when using it

 

 

 

 

 

Life Saber Vaporizer Review: Breakdown

Quality

Build Quality

Build Quality

The LSV’s base is made from some pretty strong and sturdy materials. The shell of the unit is made of anodized aluminum and the wand is pyrex. These are great materials to use when it comes to purity in the vapor and durability from the main part of the unit, but the wand is really big and fragile because it’s made of pyrex. It’s also rounded on all edges so it can easily roll off the surface you place it on. This can be a huge problem as the glass wand is the only way you can enjoy the vapor. Otherwise the unit is sturdy and well built, this is just a bit of a design issue.

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Vapor Quality

The vapor you can get from this unit is actually quite good. Part of this is due to the fact that the glass provides a very pure flavor, but the length of the wand also allows the vapor more than enough time to cool on its way to you. As far as temperature control is concerned, the unit doesn’t have any markings on the nob to indicate what temperature the unit is set to. As a result, it can take some trial and error to figure out what temperature you should set the unit to. Once you’ve figured it out the vapor can be quite nice!

Design
Life Saber Vaporizer Review - Close Up Of Heating Chamber

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Look and Feel

The look of this unis is interesting. On one hand, it’s meant to look like a light saber as the sound of the name might suggest. This is pretty cool, and great for any enthusiasts who also happen to be Star Wars fans! On the other hand, when you see the Life Saber fully assembled, well, just take a look at it and let your mind wander. There’s something strangely…uncomfortable about the look of this unit. I won’t go into details about what that is exactly, I’ll just leave you to make what you will of it’s shape. Either way, it’s less than desirable as a shape for something you’d stick in your mouth. I guess looking like a light saber is a bit of a double edged sword, no pun intended.

Difficulty

Ease of Use

This unit is pretty easy to use for the most part. There are a few places where the actual function of the unit can get a bit complicated, but it isn’t much of an issue. The first place is the temperature setting, which can be hard to figure out when it comes to getting results that best suit your needs. That’s because there’s no notches on the unit to let you know how hot the unit is. The second thing is actually loading the unit. Since you have to load the unit upside down, it can be a bit problematic considering how long the wand is.

Options

Options

There are a few options to change the vaporizing experience a bit, one being the whip attachment, which takes the strange wand out of the equation. You can also purchase ceramic disks that can be used for vaporizing oils and adding flavors to your herb. This is a small thing but can make a big difference for enthusiasts who are fans of oils and concentrates as we presume it would provide them a way to enjoy their concentrates.

Reach

Reach

This unit has some half decent reach. Though it isn’t a balloon vaporizer, you can reach a few people other than you as long as they’re in range of the 10 foot power chord, which is pretty good. This puts it in competition with other whip-style vaporizers, but not ones that can use balloons.

Compatible with ZEUS Iceborn
This vaporizer is compatible with the ZEUS Iceborn, a revolutionary new vapor cooling system engineered by Canadian vape manufacturer ZEUSArsenal. The Iceborn is designed to produce cooler draws and bigger clouds when connected to your vaporizer. The vapour produced is ultra smooth and crisp and because of ice cooling, instead of water filtration, there is no loss of efficiency. The ZEUS Iceborn adds an additional 2 points to the vapor quality score of this vaporizer and is a highly recommended vaporizer accessory.

Conclusion

This is a very interesting design. It’s not something you’d expect from a vaporizer and the new look does add something to the overall experience. That being said, it is a bit on the impractical side, even when you take into consideration that it’s a stationary. Aside from the solidly built base, this unit is a bit too high maintenance for us to really feel good about using it regularly. Good try, 7th Floor, but this unit just falls a bit short of competing units like the V Tower which doesn’t have any of the Life Saber’s flaws. To start, the V Tower is a true ‘stand on its own’ stationary and you won’t need to hold the unit in your hand. The V Tower also has a digital display with precise, accurate temperature control making it much more efficient, allowing you to customize your vapor quality. Although the V Tower also uses glass components, there is much less worry they will break in use like the Life Saber’s wand, making the V Tower our recommendation for a user-friendly stationary over the Life Saber.

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Dan is a writer with a massive vaporizer collection who loves video games, superhero movies, finding new music, comic and regular books and critically deconstructing those things until he wonders why he liked them in the first place. He's also a pragmatic fitness enthusiast who believes that the best actions you can take in your daily life are those that help you reach your goals, and that naps are the most lofty, but also the most noble goal one can have.

One Response

  1. Chuckl

    Dan, you whiffed on this one. The transfer wand is not the only way to use the LSV. In fact, its not even the best way to use it. The bet method is to get the water pipe adapter and mate the lsv with a glass bubbler. In that context its a vaporizing beast. I hope you will consider visiting the lsv again the way it should be used.

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