V2 Pro Series 7 Vaporizer Review

The V2 Pro Series 7 is the second of three vapes in the V2 Pro Series. The first was the Series 3, a small vaporizer pen that could actually vape herb. This unit is a bit bigger, but with a lot more features that make this a great all around vape.

Features of the V2 Pro Series 7:

  • 3 modes: the V2 currently has 3 modes, which include dry herb, wax/concentrates, and electronic cigarette.
  • Temp Settings: the Series 7 has three settings, 3.7v, 4.2v, and 4.7v (ecig and wax) and 390°F, 415°F, and 440°F (dry herb)
  • Capacity: 0.2-0.4 grams
  • Battery life: 1-1.5 hours of vaping
  • Price: $149.99

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How the V2 Pro Series 7 Vaporizer Works

Because the Series 7 has multiple cartridges, the loading and function are different for each. Due to this, I’m going to break each one down individually:

E-liquid cart:

  1. Remove the mouthpiece from the cartridge by turning it to the left until you hear a click.
  2. Unscrew the silver cap under the mouthpiece and remove it to open the chamber.
  3. When filling, be sure to fill around the center post and not in it, as the center post is your air path and the area around it is the tank.
  4. Fill to the top of the plastic window.
  5. Then screw the cap on and replace the mouthpiece.
  6. Unlock the unit by clicking the activation button 3 times.
  7. Set your voltage by clicking the button twice when the unit is unlocked (3.7v, 4.2v, and 4.7v).
    • The unit will scroll through each setting, just click the button when you get to the one you want and it will be set to that.
  8. Press the button and inhale.

Dry Herb Cart:

  1. Remove the mouthpiece from the cartridge by turning it to the left until you hear a click.
  2. Add dry herbs to the chamber (lightly packed) to below the white line in the chamber with 0.2-0.4 grams.
  3. Set your temp (390°F, 415°F, and 440°F).
    • The unit will scroll through each setting, just click the button when you get to the one you want and it will be set to that one.
  4. Activate the heater by holding the button until the LED lights at the bottom turn red (this is how you turn off the heater as well).
  5. Wait for the unit to heat (the bottom LED lights will turn red, then yellow, then green, which is when it is fully heated).
  6. The heater will automatically cut off after 120 seconds, so once it turns off you can either reactivate it or leave it off.

Wax Cart:

  1. Remove the mouthpiece from the cartridge by turning it to the left until you hear a click.
  2. Place your wax/concentrate directly onto the coil at the top of the cartridge.
  3. Pulse the button for 1-2 second intervals to melt your concentrate in to the coil.
    • Be careful not to heat it too much, as it can potentially vaporize your concentrate.
  4. Once the concentrate has melted in, replace the mouthpiece on top of the unit.
  5. Now, all you have to do is press the button as you inhale, just like with the liquid cart.

Cartridge Performance

E-liquid: $13.99

The e-liquid cart performs on par with more beginner style vaporizers. They don’t produce a ton of vapor, but they get the job done.

However, a major con of these carts is that the coils are non-replaceable, so when your coil starts to stop working, you have to buy a whole separate cart. While these carts are not overly expensive ($13.99 without shipping, compared to $29.99 for both the wax and dry herb carts), the cost can add up quickly if you go through even just one coil a month.

Dry Herb: $29.99

The dry herb cart performs really well with this unit. It vapes the material very evenly, and the heat cycle is pretty much perfect if you are vaping on your own. However, in groups, the unit does not perform overly well. The capacity is just too low, and the frequency of the heat cycles causes the battery to die very quickly. Definitely more of a one person unit, much like the Series 3 is.

Wax: $29.99

The wax cart performs well, about on par with most of the units out on the market right now. It is not quite as efficient as I would like, and if you have more crumbly concentrate it can get annoying trying to get it to vape correctly in this unit. The only improvement I would like to see in this cartridge would be a wick of some sort in the coil. That way, the concentrates could actually be held near the coil instead of having some be lost at the base of the chamber.

Battery Life

The battery life of the Series 7 is decent, but it’s by no means the best the vape market has to offer. With between 1 hour and 1.5 hours of vape time, this unit is kind of on the low end of battery life.

It’s a great vape, but there are other units that are smaller that offer better battery life.

With this vape, this is the only real drawback. It can do three different forms of vaporization, so the one area it has that it falls short on is battery life. It is a trade off, but it is a small price to pay for versatility.


The Series 7 comes in at $149.99. For what you get, I personally think the price should be slightly lower, around the $125-$130 range.

Based upon the unit’s overall performance, I would say that it performs about as well as the vapes in this price range. However, it is a decent improvement on the functions of the Series 3, so the extra price is justified.

Best Place to Purchase the V2 Pro Series 7?

If you want to pick this unit up, we recommend grabbing it directly from V2’s official website. They will ship the unit to you for free, and by going directly through the manufacturer, you will be getting the best price online.

Final Thoughts

The V2 Pro Series 7 is a great all around portable vape. It vaporizes dry herb and wax very well, and it does a pretty good job at e-liquids too.

If you’re looking for an all around vape that can do it all in something about the size of the Pax, the Series 7 is for you.

Click Here to Purchase the Series 7 Today!

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  1. George says:

    I think that Vapour2 series7 is one good vape pen. Have been using it almost 2 years and never had any serious issues with it. The delivery was fast and i think even the built of the device is good. Love that compatibility idea and also some modern parts the brand uses. The cartridges can be change very easy and battery lasts good enough. I am also not heavy user but the clouds it produces are fair enough:-)

  2. Keith says:

    I purchased the Series 7 Vaporizer over 3 months ago through the UK/Ireland store, and while I have been happy with aspects of the product – battery life, charge speed, and quality of smoke – I have been very disappointed with the build quality.

    I am not a heavy user (I would use it most days, once or maybe twice at most) but after one month the loose leaf cap broke – the plastic catches wore away or snapped off – and I contacted the seller who kindly sent a replacement cap with no quibbles. However that replacement broke in exactly the same manner after six weeks, and this was with very careful use as I was aware of the problem. I contacted them again but was told that they wouldn’t be replacing it again and I would have to purchase a whole new cartridge as they do not sell the caps (you can get them in US but they won’t ship to UK)

    Now I have no problem replacing parts after fair use, but I think it is unreasonable to be expected to replace a substantial component of the vaporizer every month due to what is patently a design flaw in the product build. Not only that, but a replacement Loose Leaf Cartridge on your site is €36 (€45) including shipping, which if I had to buy every month would be €540 per year.

    On top of that, the cartridge has now stopped charging as well, after only 3 months light use.

    As I like the product I contacted customer service on two occasions and didn’t even get a reply

  3. Frank Vetere says:

    I bought the V2 pro approximately 7 months ago I used it for about three months and put it away. Recently I decided to use it again and it stopped working!

    I would not recommend this product to any one given the
    hefty price tag especially!

  4. Dany says:

    Great battery life. Probably the longest lasting battery life of any vape I’ve tried. The carts hold enough for me to vape for a week. I tried the settings and wasn’t very impressed with the high and medium. It effected the vapor and killed the battery, but the low setting is perfect.

  5. Jeremy says:

    I have had the Series 7 for 3 months and the leaf cartridge has failed so it is important to let people know that a replacement leaf cartridge is 30$ + shipping and will last around 3 months making the operating cost over 120$/year with the electronic warranty running out in 6 months. This to me is a deal breaker. Get a vape with a better warranty or it will cost you, plus its bad for the environment. V2 will also not post negative reviews!

    • Jake says:

      I didn’t know they only lasted that long, mine is still goin strong, but I don’t use it every day or anything. I’ll be sure to add it to the review how much each cartridge costs too.

    • admin says:

      Hey Jeremy,

      Did you contact V2 about this and see if they would send you a replacement cartridge for free?

      It may have just been an issue with that particular cartridge and if you’re still under warranty, they should send you a brand new one.

    • Tamara Belcher says:

      Well, I understand how you feel. However, for me, coming to the reality, I myself have had to come to. Since being diagnosed last year with mild C.O.P.D. Also, being a smoker full time for 35 years. My reality is that I either completely quit smoking or die early.
      I have tried, ecigs. They do not put out much vapor or flavor. I had cheaper vape supplies. I was new to vaping right after my diagnosis in June. I bought the new, expensive hot pink box mod and a few cheaper mods. Then a few really cheap, vape pens. My real expensive mod and cheaper mod went dead internally in less than a year! So, till something better could come out. I decided I was not wasting my money on cheap mods or pens again. So, this is expensive yes! But it is expensive because it is the best. Will my Husband buy me one? He probably will, rather than loose me to cigerettes. I started back, because I did not have a best substitute yet. You cannot buy the best vaping system that does it all and never expect to have to maintain acne it or replace assesdories. Even though, the loose leaf cartrrige is $30, you can vape all day on it. Eventually, things wear out. This vaping is like buying a car, so to speak.

      How much money did I waste by trying to buy the cheaper vape supplies. So, at least with this expensive vaping system, you can still do e liquids or wax without having to purchase another kit because this one does it all. I would rather pay more for quality when my accessories need replacing on this product, then to have to throw away a cheap one that cannot be fixed, wasting my husband’s money.

      So, the point to ponder here is this. If you purchased a Mercedes because it did everything and had everything. So, you enjoyed this being of high quality so much, you ran this car everyday. Then, in three months the car breaks down. Are you going to go put parts in your Mercedes out of a Volkswagen because it is cheaper? Or are you going to realize you got such good quality out of this product, your replacement is really no big deal? It’s up to you.

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