Late this afternoon, the Kayfun 3.1 clone popped up in several Malaysian vaping pages on Facebook. This comes just a week after the arrival of the Kayfun 3.1 clone.
Set to retail at RM220 (US$70), the Kayfun 3.1 clone is definitely priced on the high side. This isn’t all that surprising though, since last week sellers were hawking the Kayfun Lite clone at RM180 (US$57). In comparison, the Russian 91% is going for between RM280 – RM310 (US$88 – US$97), and features the size of the Kayfun Lite and the air flow control / side refilling capabilities of the Kayfun 3.1.
I can’t tell you much about the Kayfun 3.1 clone for now since the news is relatively new, but going by the pictures supplied by the seller, the clone looks pretty good.
What I can say for sure though, is that prices are set to drop in the coming weeks.
Historically, prices for new cloned items – both mods and attys – have always been high on introduction and go through a downward trend over the next few weeks. The prices usually stabilize after a month, and if you’re a savvy shopper, then waiting out the initial frenzy could save you a couple of bucks.
I’ve just ordered a Rocket – yet another Kayfun clone – from Fasttech, and in the coming weeks, plan to do a comparison review between it, the Kayfun 3.1 clone and the Russian 91%.