I would caution you with this approach, unless you've actually tried the Peace remote hihat ... and like it.
Because there are mechanics involved, going cheaper typically means lower quality; not always, but certainly should be the default until proven otherwise.
Having used many remote Hihats over the years, the lower quality won't respond the way I need it, and thus ends up being a huge waste of money. For anyone who has never worked with a remote HiHat before, poor quality could mean abandoning the remote concept all together ... which is not a good thing in my book.
Personally .... I would save the money until you have enough to get what you really want, regardless of the brand. Better quality means better resale and longer lasting.
Something to consider and think about.
I personally can't help you in finding a decent, low budget model.