I took my time and was introduced to the whole culture by someone who had already done his homework and wasn't in it just to make a buck. First under 100 dollars US is a good price like others have already stated as long as that includes batteries, chargers, cases and juice. I paid $27.50 for my last setup that included two batteries, a charger, two cardomizers/atomizers tanks, plus the included mouth piece disposable reservoir tanks. and four e-juices. I should note that these were off brand Chinese products but I have had no serious trouble with them.
I got mine for free from a friend, but I intent to upgrade soon to more complex vapes. However, I'm quite a penny pencher, so I don't plan on going over $100. But as I've done more research, I've found alternatives such as vape kits that can actually be built and are much cheaper than buying a vape outright.
Have you seen vapers more expensive than 200 dollars? I've heard that there are premium vapers that cost a fortune.
Same, I haven't paid for mine more than $100. It's pretty good in my opinion, battery lasts longer than most of my friends' batteries. I've bought it from a guy, so I guess it was a pretty good deal, it's better quality than most vapers. So I guess I've been lucky enough.
I paid $40 on a sale at a local mom and pop vape store. I really love my vape pen and seem to have no issues with it. I don't see myself spending anything over $100 for anything.
I paid about 50 dollars for an Ego-T passthrough, 2 Kanger MT3 tanks, and a couple of bottles of juice at B&M Store, Vapure, in Southern California.
My first one i got for $50, I re But my new one was around $189! Mods and juices make it expensive!