Stick within your budget or make room for new mod purchases every few months by ordering items that are affordable but well made. The top 5 box mods under $100 are all very reasonable products and have received enough reviews to help you find the mod that suits what you are looking for precisely.
Our top 5 contains items from Joyetech, Wismec, Innokin, Eleaf, and Laisimo:
Number One: Joyetech Cuboid 150W TC
It’s dark and just a little bit secretive-looking, this Joyetech product. Orientation is unusual in that the screen is front-facing, a central strip like that on the Eleaf Simple but wider and longer.
This is a long, narrow product featuring stainless steel 510 threads, 1W to 150W potential, up to 600F TC capacity, and can support 0.05 ohms minimum resistance.
Two batteries will be required to run this upgradeable set with a slip-on battery door as well as USB charging. Install new firmware for upgrades and enjoy even more of the technical superiority and safety Joyetech is known to supply its customers.
Number Two: Eleaf iStick Simple
A black stripe along the front-center of an iStick Simple is also the screen but when the display is not turned on this is just a stripe with two arrow buttons at the top. There is no Temperature Control mode; nothing surprising: it’s like the name says, simple.
I love that rounded power button and the size which is so sleight you will barely feel its weight in your bag. Make it to 50W with a sub ohm coil. Adjust wattage or voltage. Maybe you can get more power or a lot of other features like TC and TCR settings elsewhere, but this is one of the most popular mods around.
Number Three: Innokin CoolFire IV 40W
This is a sporty little mod from Innokin and a huge departure from the last Cool Fire “grenade.” There are a number of youthful, energetic colors to choose from with this tiny mod for low- to mid-level vapers who aren’t seeking the biggest clouds or the highest output.
For these vapers, 40 watts is plenty of power and they probably won’t use all of it most of the time anyway. Little vent holes let out heat around the battery. The screen turns over if you are left-handed. A battery of 2000mAh has been installed for your convenience.
Number Four: Laisimo S3 200W TC
I like the sleek lines and compact design of this rounded box. It is so modern and different, in part thanks to the relocation of a screen from the side to the top. You can watch details as you puff which makes more sense than turning a mod around to look at it.
That round display up top is bright and cheerful against stainless steel or black. Batteries are held in place by a magnetic cover as is often the case these days; no more screws to deal with. Lots of electronic protection is provided by the chip.
Number Five: Wismec Reuleaux RX200S
The ergonomic shape of this Wismec device sets it apart as unique from all the rest. It’s like an iconic piece of architecture in a big city and finds its niche where nothing else will fit.
No other company has created quite the youthful look or convenient style of this Wismec mod.
It features TCR, TC, and VW mods for use with Nickel 200, stainless steel, Titanium, and regular coils.
Heat vents prevent the chip from having to deal with overheating issues although it will turn your mod off if it needs to cool down.
A big screen displays figures clearly from 1W to 200W, 0.05 ohms to 3.5 ohms, 200F to 600F, plus battery power and voltage.
Buy three batteries to run the system and recharge via USB. Buy six batteries if you want to swap them over.