Well, thank Stuart and Katherine Hughes who created this 22ct “solid gold” iPad Supreme Edition decked out in 53 gems. Here is your new purchase. Only £129,995 (or about $190k). It still lacks flash and as a bonus will get you mugged the second you use it in public.
So, you probably laid out $3.2 million for that sweet iPhone 3GS Supreme and you’ve been flashing it around town wondering when it would be kidnapped and ransomed back to you. Well, my foolish rich friend, you no longer own the most expensive iPhone ever.
That’s because the folks over at Stuart Hughes now have the iPhone 3GS Supreme Rose, which costs just a tad more. Your lunch money will get you an iPhone 3GS with a 7.5 carat single cut diamond centering the design, a platinum bezel, 18 carat rose gold, some diamonds and four 2.5 carat pink baguette diamonds.
Stuart Hughes is offering an entry-level alternative to its $3.2 million iPhone 3GS Supreme. The new Nokia Supreme will cost you £99,995 (or $160k).
For that price you get a fairly boring Nokia 8800 loaded with 12.5 cts of pink diamonds, handmade veneers made from 83 grams of platinum, and a navigation button with a single 3 ct diamond. Want one? Only three were made.
You can cover any gadget in swarovski crystals, diamonds and even gold. But underneath, it’s still what it is. In this case we have a Wii covered in gold and diamonds. Yep, beneath all that glitter it’s still a Wii.
A Wii that will cost you £299,995 or about $483,000. It’s called the Nintendo Wii Supreme and it’s covered in 2,500 grams of solid 22ct gold. But that wasn’t enough so the front buttons are 78 x 0.25 ct Flawless diamonds which total 19.5 ct.
Let’s face it, your iPhone doesn’t draw the kind of attention it used to now that everyone has one. Maybe it’s time to up your game to this blinged out iPhone. Surely you have a spare £1.92m (That’s $3.2m) to drop on this thing.
It is the shiny hellspawn of Goldstriker’s Stuart Hughes, who took 10 months to create it. Yeah, he’s a little slow as well as unimaginative. It was commissioned by an anonymous Australian gold mining magnate, which makes perfect sense since the phone features a bunch of gold and diamonds as well as a single cut rare 7.1 carat diamond in the home button.