Welcome to the forum ED. There is a mountain
of info on the forum about pairing teapots with tea and which vendors are well-regarded, so I highly recommend taking some more time to research first before posting "what about this teapot" questions. The most important thing to remember is that teapot pairing simply can not
be done from photos alone. The best we can do is make an educated guess.
The pot you posted above looks sketchy to me in terms of clay quality. The concentric rings on the inside lead me to believe it is not Yixing at all, or at best, it's slip cast Yixing with some hand finishing. If the concentric circles were smaller and more uniform, I'd think it was a hand thrown Taiwanese pot, which can be great if the quality is good, but they are not the same as Yixing. However it was made, the clay doesn't impress. More importantly though, I think 150 ml is way too big for Wuyi unless you're serving four or more people. The pots I use when making yancha for myself or two people are 60-70ml, but that's because my brewing style is straight kungfu (high leaf to volume ratio). For me, brewing 5g of yancha in a 150ml pot would make extremely
The two characteristics you got right with that pot are the lower profile, and the wide opening to accommodate the larger yancha leaves. If my budget for a yancha pot was $35, I'd go with this pot
. At 90ml, it's still a bit large for my tastes for solo brewing, but it has the right shape, and the clay and craftsmanship look decent enough. It's getting a lot harder to find decent entry level Yixing pots for that price though, especially pots 120ml or smaller, so keep that in mind for future searches. Personally, I'm at the point in my Yixing collecting where I try to only buy mid level (whatever that means) or higher pots, and I count myself lucky if I can find a good one online for less than $100.
Good luck on your search!