V2 Pro Series 7 Review

V2 Pro Series 7
V2 Pro Series 7

V2 Pro Series 7 Intro

This is our review of the recently released V2 Pro Series 7. The Series 7 can now be ordered fro the V2 site! You can find our e-liquid cartridge review below and also our Youtube video to see it in action. We are currently still testing the dry herb cartridge and will have a dry herb video and review up soon!


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V2 Pro Series 7 Specs and Features

V2 Pro Series 7 Kit Content
V2 Pro Series 7 Kit Content
  • Series 7 Vaporizer
  • Series 7 Liquid Cartridge
  • Series 7 Loose Leaf Cartridge
  • Series 7 USB Charger
  • V2 Pro Wall Adapter
V2 Pro Series 7 Specs Sheet
V2 Pro Series 7 Specs Sheet
  • Colors: Black, Blue and Steel
  • Length (with cartridge): 129.4mm/5.09inches
  • Weight (with empty e-liquid cartridge): 118.72g/4.18oz
  • Diameter (max): 34.5mm/1.36inches
  • E-liquid Cartridge capacity: 2.5ml
  • Loose Lead Cartridge capacity: 1300mm³
  • Battery Output Voltage: User Controlled (3.7V, 4.2V and 4.7V)
  • Battery Capacity: 1800mAh
  • Cutoff Time E-Liquid: 10s
  • Cutoff Time Loose Leaf (150s after green light)

Notable Remarks

Lets take at a look the V2 Pro Series 7 improvements over the Series 3:

  • It comes with variable temperature settings
  • It comes with variable voltage (3.7, 4.2 and 4.7V)
  • Larger cartridges
  • More powerful battery
  • Better battery life
  • Larger oven size for dry leaf

V2 Pro Series 7 E-Liquid Review

V2 Series 3 vs the Series 7 for E-Liquid:

So we vaped the Series 7 using its e-liquid cartridge for a couple of days on and off. Overall we were pretty impressed with the vape. it is a marked improvement over the Series 3 when it comes to e-liquid. The vapor and flavor is a lot better compared with the Series 3. Running on the 1800mAh battery (Series 3 had 650 mAh) it lasts quite a bit longer than its predecessor. It is slightly heavier than the Series 3 due to the liquid capacity (2.5ml over the 1.6ml the Series 3 had). Having the three different voltage modes is great to have for different vaping scenarios.


The draw on the Series 7 is a little looser than the Series 3s draw, but still tight enough for a nice mouth to lung inhale. You won’t really be able to lung inhale on the Series 7, but it makes for a very nice mouth to lung.


The vapor is much improved on the Series-7 when compared to the Series 3. As you can see in the video you get decent amounts of vapor which makes for a really nice throat hit on 12mg e-juice. The vapor obviously isn’t as big as something you would get on a sub ohm vaping clearomizer, but it makes for a good vape.


The flavor was much better on the Series 7. This was a big improvement and we really enjoyed the flavor we got on the series 7.

Battery Life

V2 Pro Series 7 Magnetic Charger
V2 Pro Series 7 Magnetic Charger

So the battery on the Series 7 is a 1800mAh battery. It is almost three times the power of that on the series 3, so you will get much more battery life from your series 7. The battery life will depend on how much you vape the series 7, but you should be able to get a couple days worth of vaping if you are just using the e-liquid cart. The bigger battery does however make the series 7 a big bigger and wider than the series 3 as you can see in the video.

Variable Voltage

So the Series 7 features variable voltage which again is another marked improvement over the series 3. to change the voltage hit the power button twice and the lights will then change. Wait until the lights are at your desired voltage level and then hit the button again to stay at that voltage. The first voltage level is 3.7V then 4.2V and finally 4.7V. This gives you some control over how you vape your e-liquid and means you can adjust the voltage to find your suited voltage. Setting the voltage higher, will usually result in more vapor and a warmer vape.

E-liquid Tank Capacity

V2 Pro Series 7 E-Liquid Cart
V2 Pro Series 7 E-Liquid Cart

Lastly the V2 Pro Series 7 features a 2.5ml e-liquid cartridge/tank. This is quite a bit bigger than the 1.6ml tank that featured on the series 3 and will last you a decent time before you will need to re-fill.

Negatives and Conclusion of Vaping E-Liquid on the Pro Series 7

The Series 7 vapes really well for e-liquids, and is great for a mouth to lung style inhale. However, I don’t think I would purchase it just for vaping e-liquid. The vaping cartridges are quite pricey at $13, but will probably last you quite a long time before you will need a new one. I am guessing you will get a good few weeks of vaping from one e-liquid cart (we have only been using it for a couple of days so can’t say too much on this).  I think for its price point I wouldn’t purchase the Series 7 just for e-liquid vaping, but instead for its “3 in 1” capability, making it an all in one device. If you vape both dry herbs and e-liquids I would highly recommend the Series 7 and it will perform very well both. It is one of the only 3 in 1 devices on the market and by far the best of them and a marked improvement on the Pro Series 3.

V2 Pro Series 7 Dry Herb Review

3 Different Temperature Settings

V2 Pro Series 7 Handcheck
V2 Pro Series 7 Handcheck

As mentioned above the Series 7 dry herb oven has 3 different temperature settings: 200,210 and 225 degrees Celsius. We found the lowest setting was just about right for how we like our dry herb. When using the medium setting the herb didn’t last as long as the lower setting before it got quite charred. For that reason we didn’t even attempt the highest setting as for me that is just too hot for how I like to vape my dry herb. The Pax 2 for instance even at it’s highest temperature only goes up to 216 degrees Celsius and its medium setting is around 193 degrees. I would recommend using the lowest setting if you want a slightly longer session as this will preserve the herbs the best. The oven does a very good job of evenly heating up the herbs, but I would still recommend half way through the session to give the herbs a little mix around with the dabber before hitting again.

Oven Size

V2 Pro Series 7 Chamber Size (Left) Series 3 Size (Right)
V2 Pro Series 7 Chamber Size (Left) Series 3 Size (Right)

So the oven size on the Series 7 is a lot bigger than that of the Series 3. You can get around 0.2 to 0.4g in the oven whereas the series 3 only held around 0.1g. This is a positive in my opinion as you can have a longer session from one oven load of dry herb. We got around 20-30 hits from a fullish oven when using the lowest temperature setting. When using the medium temperature setting we found the herb wasn’t preserved as long as we would have liked.

The oven heats up ridiculously quickly and only takes 30 seconds to reach its temperature. This was really impressive and you can start vaping your herb very quickly!

V2 Pro Series 3 vs the V2 Pro Series 7 for Dry Herb:

So my brother and I did two oven loads of proper dry herb on the Series 7 and I’ll let you know what we thought of it below.

Battery Life

V2 Pro Series 7
V2 Pro Series 7

So we got through around 1 and half hours of vaping until the battery died using the lowest temperature setting for the dry herb oven. This is a lot better than that of the Series 3, so that is an improvement, but it doesn’t quite compete with the Pax 2 which we reviewed earlier. I think the PAX 2 has a 3000mAh battery compared to the 1800mAh one on the V2 Pro Series 7.

The series 7 features a 150s cut off time, so if you don’t use the device for that long, it will automatically turn off.


V2 Pro Series 7 Accessories
V2 Pro Series 7 Accessories

The Series 7 comes with a cleaning brush and dabber tool for you to clean the oven. I would recommend you do so after every few sessions and the the oven is fairly easy to clean. The oven itself is fairly easy to clean, but I couldn’t get off the filter on the mouthpiece to give that a clean. I’m guessing this doesn’t come off and therefore at some point will become a bit congested and you will have to get a replacement cartridge.

Mouthpiece and Draw

The mouthpiece is quite big and detracts slightly away from the stealthiness of the V2 pro series 7. It is nothing major but perhaps one thing to improve on in the future. The draw is quite a tight draw but slightly looser than the very tight one on the Series 3. It is a little tighter than the Pax 2 for example so is therefore not great for anyone who wants to rip on it. The draw is best for slow sipping style draws.

Vaping the Wax Cartridge on the Series 7

The wax cart hasn’t yet been released. It will provide the Series 7 with another vaping option making it one of the most versatile vaporizers on the market and with no doubt the best “3 in 1” we have come across so far.

Negatives and Conclusion of Vaping the V2 Pro Series 7 Loose Leaf Cartridge

V2 Pro Series 7 Dry-Herb Cart
V2 Pro Series 7 Dry-Herb Cart

So my only negatives were, that I would have liked an additional lower temperature setting. I find the higher temp settings are a little to high for how I like my weed, so we stuck to the lowest setting which was just right for how we like it. The mouthpiece is slightly on the larger side and as mentioned above makes the Series 7 slightly less stealthy then the Series 3 or the Pax 2.

Overall the dry herb experience on the V2 Pro Series 3 was really good. A very solid dry herb vape for a portable device. It is a marked improvement over the Series 3 in terms of the dry herb vaping and the bigger oven and different temperature settings were nice improvements. The bigger and better battery also is a positive and means you will not have to charge it as often as the series 3. At its price point the V2 Series 7 is a good choice if you want a good portable vape, that also has that option of having the e-liquid or wax cartridges.


If you are looking for a versatile vaporizer that has the capability to vape e-liquids, dry herbs and waxes then the Series 7 is the number one choice on the market. It is a major improvement over the Series 3 and well worth considering even if you do already have a Series 3. The bigger oven for the loose leaf cart, the different temp settings, as well as the much improved battery life, means that it is well worth upgrading to from the original Series 3. The Series 3 does however remain for portable and stealthy. Overall we were very impressed so far with the Series 7 and it will be interesting to see how it holds up over time.

If you need any help on how to use your Series 7 device then drop us a comment or check out our videos above where we explain how to use the e-liquid cart and the dry herb cart.


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Chris Kendell
Chris Kendell is the co-founder of Vaping360. He started the website with his brother and co-founder Alex in 2014, after Alex introduced him to vaping. Chris was immediately won over by the revolutionary and potentially lifesaving impacts that vaping can have on our society. In his minuscule spare time, you can find Chris travelling and exploring new places from his base in Germany, eating delicious food and enjoying a range of different sports.
  • John Snow

    Hello, I am looking to buy my first vape pen. I was wondering what version of the V2 Pro Series (3 or 7) you would recommend. I’m willing to spend the extra money but only if it is worth it. I have been using a table vape (Silver Surfer) as of now for my dry herbs and different disposable e-cigarettes for e liquids. Thanks.

    • It seems “you know nothing John Snow”! I hope you watch Game of Thrones otherwise that will be lost on you!

      So as a “3 in 1” solution I think the Series 7 is far better than the Series 3, albeit a little larger. The dry herb herb oven on the 7 is a lot bigger which I think is a big improvement and it vaped dry herbs pretty well (obviously won’t compete with a table top, but good for a portable vape). I think it would provide you with a good all in one solution and the e-liquid carts, despite not being the newest of tech, vape fairly well for a mouth to lung style inhale, that you would be used too from disposables. It won’t compare to the newer Kanger & Aspire e-liquid tanks etc. but it vapes pretty solidly and a lot better for e-liquid than the Series 3.

      I’ll add our dry herb review to the Series Review 7 today and the video we did on the dry herb cart, so take a look at that once it is up.

      If you decide on the Series 7 don’t forget to get 10% off your entire order with our coupon code TBEC10.

      I hope that helps and any other questions let me know. Watch out for the White Walkers John Snow!

      • John Snow

        I’m glad you picked up that! I do watch Game of Thrones, I thought it was a fitting name. Thanks for the information; the Series 7 really does sound like the better of the two so I feel like I’ll go with that one. Unfortunately I didn’t pay the majority for the table top vape so it goes back with my roommate when the semester is over..I’ll be looking forward to having the portable vape during the summer. Like you said the Series 7 doesn’t have the newest specs but to me it seems like the both the dry herb and e-liquid components are pretty quality and therefor worth the money. If you have any other suggestions of portable vapes that you think rival or beat the Series 7 for the price let me know, I appreciate it! If not I’ll definitely go use that code. Looks like I have to go, three blasts of the horn..

        • Hahaha very good. Jon is my favorite character so good choice! Well it terms of a “3 in 1” vape, nothing will rival the Series 7, but if you want a portable dry herb vape that beats the rest the Pax 2 should be a consideration. It is expensive, but it is very impressive, very sleek, stealthy and tiny. I guess it is up to what you want. If you want the ability to have a decent e-liquid vape as well as a solid dry herb vape, then the Series 7 is good. If dry herb is more your thing then perhaps the Pax 2 is the better choice. The Pax has a 10 year warranty and seems to be better built than the Series 7, but I guess the Series 7 is therefore half the price, so it’s up to you to decide what you want and need it for.

          I am just about to upload the dry herb vape and a comparison pic of the two on this page, so if you refresh the page in 15mins it should be there for you to read.

          Hope that helps and remember winter is coming..

          • John Snow

            Valar Morghulis,

            I’ve decided to go with the Series 7, the dry herb, e-liquid combo is what I’m looking for. A Thanks for all your help, the videos and descriptions really g

          • Thanks for that info I wasn’t aware it didn’t work for the Pro kits. I was told it should work with the Pro kits, so will take a look at that and fix it. Apologies for that. Enjoy the Series 7 and let us know what you think of it when you get it. A Lannister always pays his debts.

          • John Snow

            Once last thing, I was looking around some shops to see if I could find the Series 7 in stores. The guy didn’t have it unfortunately but he recommended the VS1 portable vaporizer over the Series 7..have you ever heard of it? If so what do you have to say about this vaporizer? I know it’s only for dried herbs but the guy was going to give me a started pen for free with it so I could use the e-liquids.

          • We haven’t tried it but it looks like a pretty decent portable device for herbs, will probably work well like the Davinci. Again depends how stealthy and small you want your portable to be. I’m not a fan of the box shaped ones like the VS1 as I don’t find them very stealthy once you put on the mouthpiece. That’s why I am a big fan of the Pax 2 when it comes to a purely dry herb portable. All depends on what you want and if you want to be carrying around another pen for e-liquid.

  • Jeremy

    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!

    • Thanks for the heads up Jeremy!

    • dan

      Not sure if $10 per month buys much these days – my old tank parts cost more than that! and that wont vape “leaf”. I will get the Pro 7 then!

  • Nuggitz734 Bud

    The V2 Pro Series 7 is a big ripoff. DO NOT BUY FROM THESE BLATANT RIP OFFS.

    I purchased a series 7 a month ago. My main use for this vape is dry leaf. After about a week the leaf cartridge broke. There are two tiny plastic catches on the plastic cap that attach the mouthpiece to the cartridge. They are tiny and fragile. After minimal use, one side will invariably break off.

    The first time it broke (in a week’s time), they told me the carts weren’t under warranty, but they replaced it anyway. The customer service rep at V2 told me he had to replace two of his already. The red flags were up. V2 sent me a “free” replacement cart.

    Here it is a few weeks later and the second cart has malfunctioned in the same exact way. I called V2 and 2 things happened:

    They informed me that I would have to purchase a new cartridge and that mine was an isolated problem. That is an outright lie. The design and manufacture of the cap is flawed. The catches as well as the whole cap are not made of the right materials and are too flimsy to last. Under the constant heat and cooling they simply break.

    They did offer me a discount on a replacement cart, but that would be spending good money after bad. They unabashedly told me I was out of luck.

    They have hoodwinked this reviewer and others on the Internet.

    I will be posting, emailing and complaining about this for as long as V2 refuses to stand behind their product. It was a good idea that is fatally flawed.

    • Thanks for the heads up on that. Sorry to hear yours kept having issues. Ours still works, albeit we haven’t used ours that much after the initial testing phase.

  • Rod

    TERRIBLE PRODUCT — item fell apart after 3 months of casual use. but even before then vape was SUB-PAR comparing to other similar products w/in same price range: the vapor wasn’t strong enough, 3 strength settings useless, charge does not last long enough, ability to use while charging is a LIE and, worst of all, now that I am trying to contact sales support to get this item fixed and/or replaced THEY DO NOT RESPOND. WASTE OF $150+.