10 Incredible Things Only the Richest 1% Can
Afford Let’s admit the truth of life: some people
always try to impress others. How do they do it? Typically, with the help of things. And while some objects can amaze with their
uniqueness or unusual design or outstanding quality, a number of them take first prizes
because of their ridiculously high cost. And you will never guess how much money exactly
people pay to own something unique! 9. A diamond pacifier
The most expensive pacifier in the world is made of silicone. The handle is white gold inlaid with 280 diamonds. Its cost is $17,000. But if this price seems unreasonably high,
don’t worry! One company, based in Australia, produces
pacifiers of a more economical range. You can buy a yellow and white gold one for
$450 and a silver one – for $180. 8. A vacuum cleaner inlaid with Swarovski crystals
Have you ever wondered if your desire to tidy up your flat depends on how pretty your vacuum
cleaner is? Well, if it does, then you definitely need
to purchase this device! The vacuum is so expensive and sparkly that
it even got into the Guinness World Records Book. It is decorated with 3,730 Swarovski crystals
and costs $20,000. It was born from the cooperation of Electrolux
and designer Lukasz Mistletoe. The creators declare that the main characteristic
of the device is its ability to hoover up any crystals falling off its sides immediately. Maybe it’s their way of joking. 7. An electric wheel suitcase
This cute suitcase’s price is $20,000. It’s made from different exotic materials,
such as horsehair, ebony, magnesium, aluminum, titanium, and various kinds of leather. Also, its wheels have electric engines in
them. If you need to turn them on, tilt the suitcase
and pull on the handle – your luggage will go wherever the handle is indicating. Yep, your suitcase will follow you everywhere
like a faithful dog? 6. Golden shoelaces
A company called Mr. Kennedy produces extraordinary goods. They weave gold and silver threads into the
shoelaces. To make one set by hand usually takes about
120 hours. Two variants are available: made from silver
and gold. A pair of golden shoelaces costs $19,000. They can be shipped internationally through
a secure postal service, or a customer can choose elite delivery. 5. A crocodile leather umbrella
The most expensive umbrella in the world is made of black crocodile leather and costs
$50,000. This luxury item is produced by fashion brand
Billionaire Couture, founded by Italian millionaire Flavio Briatore and designer Angelo Galasso. This umbrella’s water-resistance is specially
enhanced. 4. A golden bicycle
A bicycle covered with 24-karat gold is a sight to behold. The bike’s price starts from $392,000 – that
is the price of the gold layer. The rest of the money (as the total cost is
$400,000) is paid for service: imagine how hard it is to apply all this treasure to the
bicycle, including every single detail, even the gear chain and the tips of the handlebars! The saddle (limited edition, of course) is
covered with soft suede. The bike has racing tires as well, oh, you
know, just in case, perhaps its owner will spontaneously decide to participate in the
Tour de France. 3. A bed decorated with gold and precious stones
This luxurious bed by Stuart Hughes costs a whopping $6,3 million. Its frame is made from the best types of ash,
chestnut, and cherry. All this magnificence is decorated with 235
lbs of 240-karat gold as well as diamonds and sapphires, all the decorating made by
hand. That’s what you call sleep like royalty! 2. A golden iPhone with a diamond. It’s not a regular iPhone 6. Luxury brand FALCON opened a new page in the
history of the device. They have created a smartphone coated with
gold or platinum and inlaid with a pink diamond. It costs $48 million. If you want to save a bit of money, there
are cheaper models for you to choose. For example, models with an orange diamond
will cost 42 and a half million dollars and with a blue one – 32 and a half million. 1. Blue dumplings
Golden Gates restaurant in New York offers its customers these dumpling, where apart
from veal, pork, and beef there is one more ingredient. It is the gland of a deepwater horned lantern
fish, which gives the dumplings their peculiar blue tint. They are said to be exceptionally delicious,
and clients give away their money to taste this wonder. And we speak about big money: a portion of
8 dumplings costs $2,400, a portion of $16 to $4,400. Has this video made you laugh or get shocked? Then hit the like button, please! Share it with your friends to make their day! Don’t forget to click subscribe to join
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