5 of the most expensive vape devices on the market
If you have ever looked at a mod and thought ‘wow, that’s a bit pricey’ then think again. We’ve found 5 of the most expensive vape devices in the world. Some are pretty impressive, but number one has got to be the worst e-cig we’ve seen – you wouldn’t catch us spending that much on a vape pen that’s for sure (not like we could afford it!)
5. Gepetto Elite V2 Vape Mod – £1,999.99
At number 5 we have the Gepetto Elite V2 vape mod, while we think $2,500 for a mod is a bit OTT, it is handcrafted from some of the rarest wood on earth.
Gepetto’s creator Pawel Mikos started off by hand crafting mods for himself and his friends, he rapidly gained recognition within the high-end vaping community and has a range of mods on the market.
4. Otto Carter Vape Mod – $3,000
Otto Carter is an expert engraver. He usually focuses his attention on firearms, however he is also known for making 100% bespoke mech mods, his prices start at $1,000.
3. Top Hat TI 26650 – $10,000
In third place we have the Top Hat TI 26650. Top Hat make a wide range of reasonably priced mods, starting at $50. This one however comes in at a staggering $10,000 – you’ll be hard pressed to find it now as it isn’t available for purchase. It’s now considered a rare find.
2. Magic Valley Vapors SX350J Dual Mod 18650 – $109,000
This is a 3D printed builders mod that costs an eye watering $109,000. It was designed and produced in New York and is made of platinum, the device is intended to house two 18650 batteries. If it’s a little out of your proce range, you could always go for the 14k gold versions for $38,000.
1. Sofia – Shisa Sticks
This has officially been crowned the most expensive e-cig in the world. This diamond encrusted custom-made e-cig is a whopping £550,000!
But even if you wanted to purchase it, you couldn’t. It was a custom-made gift for a wealthy Russian billionaires’ girlfriend. The masterpiece which took more than four and a half months to create has 246 two-carat clear crystal diamonds each worth a staggering £1,800 and is finished off with 46 yellow Swarovski crystals and a six-carat oval diamond worth about £46,000!
Well, there you have it – the world’s most expensive mods. If you’ve got a decent amount of money to burn, fill your boots! If you are looking for mods more in your price range – take a look at our range of hardware, it’s much more purse friendly!