Therefore, if you're trying hard to find superior products under $100, then my advice is always to look on eBay, Amazon, or sites which concentrate on such products, such as for instance a former associate editor on a major high end magazine site. Then you will need to contact the seller to find out how they got the item, if it had been faulty and also to see if they will fix it. Most sellers will do this for you, and it can usually save you hundreds of dollars away from brand new services that you'll have never been able to get. It's so difficult to find excellent products under this range since the vast majority of the goods that are over that price are increasingly being promoted as an item from a company that does not exist any more. I understand because I have done . I am a former employee of a business called L'Oreal who was notorious for consistently having their prices way greater than their competitors, and frequently times offering services and products like a hair dryer you couldn't buy anywhere else annually.