A famous saying states that, “Necessity is the mother of invention.” In the modern world, various gadgets have been invented to entertain us and let us pass our time. However, some gadgets — necessary or not — costs a lot, and here we are to list top 10 things that may burn a hole in your pocket.
iPhone 4 Crystal Docking Station
This sleek crystal docking station costs as much as the iPhone 4 itself. Make sure that you have $500 dollars in your pocket before you buy one.
Victorinox 1 Terabyte Swiss Army Knife
This item for survival and file-saving costs $3000.
Stax XR-009 Earspeakers
This $5,250 earspeakers (as the company likes to call them) can handle a frequency of 5–42,000 Hz, dominating over the Beats by Dre.
Kohler Numi Toilet System
This hi-tech toilet for the rich is fully-automated with a touchscreen remote control. Only, it costs $6,400.
Vertu Constellation Smartphone
This red gold phone with a Symbian OS features Swype keyboard and a 24/7 Concierge Live app. If you are interested to buy this smartphone, the cost is $13,800.
S-Works + McLaren Verge Bicycle
The carbon fiber structure and the reduced friction give this bike more speed from pedaling at a normal rate. However, it costs $18,000.
MWE Emperor 200 PC Workstation
This workstation is customizable as per customer’s request. After the six-month production of the product, you can fully enjoy it with features such as three monitors, a touchscreen, leather seats. Pretty neat, right? To afford it, you must pay the amount of $45,000.
Megatrend MKIII Speakers
Dubbed as the “Wall of Sound”, this gigantic speakers stands at seven feet tall and three inches wide. The current price on the massive gadget is $80,000.
Harry Winston Opus 12 Watch
This watch comes with a white gold case and an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. With only a limited number of 120 units produced, the watch costs with the flooring amount of $260,000 per piece.
Ecosse Titanium Series FE Ti XX Motorcycle
This $300,000 state-of-the-art bike has a chassis of titanium and carbon fiber wheels.