The Best 100 Watt (And Higher) Box Mods Under $100


 

L-R: iStick 100W, X Cube II 160W, Sigelei 150W TC, and iPV 4S 120W. All these mods under $100 at Vapor DNA

Who says you need big money to get big clouds? These high wattage box mods are priced under $100 for vapers on a budget.

I scoured Vapor DNA (just so you wouldn’t have to) for the cheapest 100 watt mods and I came up with these 4 quality mods that won’t cost you a dollar more over your hundred dollars.

I’m pretty happy with my finds in this post. This is why I love Vapor DNA; these are some really good mods for great prices. I should also mention the fast shipping for US customers, and the free e-juice with every purchase from their site.

If you need a new 100 watt box mod that’s cheap on price and not on quality, keep reading:


1. Sigelei 150W Temperature Control Mod

Right below the hundred dollar mark is the Sigelei 150W Temperature control mod. Vaping enthusiast know that Sigelei is a company that come out with high performing vapes. The 150W temp control mod does not fall short in being a kick-ass vape. Loaded with tons of safety features, the Sigelei 150W is a solid, quality-built mod for vapers who wantto get the most for their money.

  • 10 to 150W output
  • temperature control: 212 to 572 Fahrenheit
  • 0.1 to 3.0 ohm resistance
  • Dual magnetized sliding door
  • Dual 18650 batteries (not included)

2. iPV 4S 120W Mod

At a cheaper price point but not lacking in features is the iPV 4S 120W Mod. Now packed with the highly coveted Yihi chip, Pioneer4You made MAJOR improvements with the iPV 4. An additional 20 watts of juice and the addition of the nickel and titanium build modes make this mod a no-brainer for its price.

  • YiHi SX330-V4SL Chipset
  • 10 to 120W wattage
  • temperature control: 212 to 572 Degrees Fahrenheit
  • Resistance: 0.1 to 3.0 Ohm Minimum Kanthal Built Atomizer Resistance, 0.12 to 1.0 Ohm Minimum Ni200 Nickel and Ti Titanium Built Atomizer Resistance
  • Dual 18650 batteries (not included)

 


3. X Cube II 160W Bluetooth Mod

If you looking for something cheaper, you can opt for the X Cube II which gives you a whopping 160 watts of power. When you find out more about the Smok X Cube II, you’ll find out that it comes with a ton of neat features like Bluetooth capability that lets you sync to an app that changes the mod’s settings.

  • 6 to 160W output
  • 0.08 to 3.0 ohms atomizer resistance
  • Bluetooth 4.0 capability
  • Dual magnetized battery door
  • 12-second cutoff protection
  • Dual 18650 batteries (sold separately)

4. iStick 100W Mod

 

Last on the list and certainly the least priced is the iStick 100W mod. Don’t be fooled by its price, the Eleaf iStick series have gotten great reviews from vapers everywhere. This is a solid 100 watt box mod which pays attention to details like the large firing button, spring loaded stainless steel 510 connection and device safety features.

  • 5 to 100W output
  • 0.15 to 5.0 ohm
  • Side Mounted OLED Screen
  • Aerospace Grade Aluminum

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Author: Mr. Long Drag

Former smoker turned vaper since 2013. I blog about questions that I and others might have about vaping. All I can say is it's a better alternative to cigarettes, nicotine gum, patches or medication, no matter what the Big Tobacco backed media says!

8 thoughts on “The Best 100 Watt (And Higher) Box Mods Under $100”

  1. God mod is a joke! No serious sub ohmer would even be considering this once they realize it WONT FIRE under .5ohms. Thats right .5…

    THE SIGELEI or for about 110 the iPv3 are THE WAY TO GO! the sigelei will fire down to .15 or slightly lower.

    Ipv3 is 150w and fires down to .1!

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    1. Yes, I’ve been getting complaints about the God mod, but its price at 180 watts is what made it to the list.

      IPV is the way to go when it comes to high wattage box mods, but once its price goes under the $100 mark is when I’ll include it in the list. :mrgreen:

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