Hey guys and gals, I just wanted to put a mod review out there for a product that a lot of people have proably never heard of. I was browsing the web for a VV mod because the provari was just way too expensive for me. I came up on Vapor moon and I was wow-ed. A little homemade site that reminded me of something out of geocities. But what stood out was the product.
A touch sensor mod available in 3.7 (18650), 5v (16340 stacked) and VV, completely custom made with a ton of options. About a dozen powder coat colors, another dozen engravings, glow in the dark and clear coats, and an option for 5amp high power circuitry to run your dual/triple coil cartos. I sent one email to Sir lawrence asking him a couple quick questions (those questions escape me now) I liked the answers, so I bought one.
$165 and a week later I got my Saber and it was awesome. I set it to 4.4v because I use ce2's and anything higher meant that the thing won't wick very well. I liked it a lot but it wasn't without its problems. First problem... The threading on the atty connection wasn't quite right.
I corresponded with sir lawrence to try to fix it, because it bugged me. My GLV had a similar problem and it eventually caused me to strip the threads and the GLV no longer accepts my 510 cartos. I wanted to get it to work. We agreed to try a 510 extension to get it to work, and it did.
However.... Not long after trying the 510 extension, the device shorted out. It fired constantly, and it would have been toast. I had to send it back. Sir Larence built me another one, which took another week, and here's the result.
The thing is SWEEEEEEET. The cracked ice powder coat is thick, the carved lines are deep, and look great, and firing a Totally Wicked DCT at 4.5v is the closest to vape heaven that I've ever experienced. I've tried a range of voltages between 4 and 5v on 2.8ohm ce2's, 3ohm boge's, and 1.5ohm DCT's, and the butter zone is 4.5v. The only thing I haven't tried is a drip atty because I'm waiting to buy an HH357 510.
The positive: Looks awesome, Custom made, Vapes like a champ, VV, Available passthrough bottom cap, Built like a tank, Tons of options, Great communication with the seller, 100% made in the USA by a guy in a shop in maryland (can't beat that for supporting the home-based modders), Lots of safety features (even the battery spring is designed to deflate if your batterys are overheating) Heatsink keeps it very very cool.
The Negative: 1st one was messed up a little, vv unit needs "High Power" option to rock dual coils, touch sensor is a little touchy (I work outdoors and my hands get VERY dry, so once in a while I need to lick my fingers to get it to fire, but after that it fires just fine), Battery life seems short for 1,500mAh (2 x cr123a AW black 750mAh), shorter warranty than it's 3.7v and 5v counterparts (90 days vs the 5 year warranty of the non VV versions)
Overall those negatives don't even come close to outweighing the positives, and the fact that I shorted the first one was most likely a fluke. I don't know if I can recommend this over a pro-vari because it does all of the same things, and can also run Dual coils without a problem, and dual coils are my new favorites. I do know that I will not try to put a gooseneck or adapter on the saber anymore, and I will consider switching to 18350 batteries for a little more battery life, according to tat_skull, they'll fit.
Saber touch VV mod. Black Ice Heavy Texture, Nickel plated Smooth caps, Turned Racing stripes, High Power option, AW Black cr123a batteries:
I'm a tank vaper and the saber touch is the perfect tank mod. I will amend this review when I grab a 510 atty and drip it, but it's a carto-vapin machine.
Thanks for your time everyone, and I highly recommend this mod. Working with Sir Lawrence is a great experience.