I put no limit because I want the Eleven but honestly it's been on my wishlist forever and I just can't justify it lol I guess if you have the funds and you want something money isn't a barrier but if you're struggling then it sits on a wishlist while you get less expensive alternatives.
Since dildos don't do much of anything for me, my limit is pretty low. Vibrators on the other hand are a different story. If I had the money (and space) I'd probably shell out the cash for a Sybian if it were guaranteed to work.
Intensity is not a dildo - there are many vibes and other products that are more than $100 and worth it.
Lets face it - a dildo is simply a shaped casting - no wiring, no technology, no motors, no batteries, no charges - nothing.
I can see silicone dildos legitimately costing more than $100. Silicone material isn't cheap, and there are some big dildos out there. Also, some dildos require more work (VixSkin, O2, "engineered dildos" such as the harnessless doubles).
For a basic, ordinary size silicone dildo there probably isn't a reason for it to be much over $75.
Over one hundred is generally too much, but it really depends on a few factors: what it's made of, how large it is, how long it's built to last. I'm willing to pay more for a toy I know will feel great for a long time, as opposed to a "good deal" on something I know I'll probably only use once or twice.
depends on the dildo, but I find I have a hard time spending more than $100 on plain dildos. It's the main reason I haven't gotten a Vixskin Maverick yet, it's an incredible toy but it's hard for me to justify over $100 on a non-electronic dong I'm still going to get it sometime though.
My most expensive toy is about $150, and I would pay a little bit more if a toy was really worth it.
It's hard to determine what's too much to pay for a toy, unless you're looking at something specific.