A new blog, maybeyoushouldntbuythat.com, publishes pictures of ridiculously expensive products. Describing itself as "a collection of the most expensive and most worthless items in the world" it is proof that some people really do have more money than sense. Among the items on show is this Ginza Tanaka handbag, covered in platinum and diamond studs, retailing for $1.63 million.
The DualTow watch by Christophe Claret retails for $300,000, but it only displays the time to the nearest five minutes. As the people behind the blog say: "So you’re paying for a, seemingly, needlessly complicated watch that doesn’t actually tell you the correct time".
The iCarta+ Stereo Dock and toilet paper holder. Yours for $90.
The Brigg umbrella, which comes fitted with a screw-in glass flask, retails for about $725. The people who run the blog say: "The umbrella says, 'Man of taste', while the flask says, 'There’s a good chance I’ll pass out in a ditch somewhere tonight'. Two great looks married together in one convenient package".
DEOS Group’s diamond earbuds retail at between $1,200 and $15,000 for a pair.
Here's the Leman Rose Gold Limited Edition Pen by Caran D’Ache, retailing at $15,800. Well, it is 18-carat gold and covered in up to 34 diamonds or stones.
The Diesel DZ9044 Sideview watch is a snip at a mere $365. Your osteopath's bill will be more than that once you've twisted your arm around a few times to check the time.
Here's a chocolate truffle for $240. Yes, for one truffle. That's $2,600 per pound. But it's a truffle with a black truffle inside, you see. Lovely.
Here's the Apple iPhone 3G Kings Button, retailing for about $2.4 million. And now rendered obsolete by the Apple iPhone 3GS.
The $2,800 Pizza Royale 007, created by Chef Domenico Crolla, is topped with tomato pizza sauce, smoked salmon, venison medallions, cognac-marinated lobster and champagne-soaked caviar. Oh, and 24-carat gold leaf.
And finally, there's the Anita Bling-kini by Pistol Panties, which cost £2,000 (about $3,000). But then they are covered in more than 5,000 Swarovski crystals.
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