A fully functional skateboard, electro-plated in gold, is currently the world’s most expensive skateboard, astonishingly priced at $15,000! The 31.5-inch long and 8-inch wide skateboard was designed by skateboarding fanatic Matthew Willet for the New York-based skateboard shop SHUT.
According to Willet, all components of the “Golden Skateboard” is 99.999 percent electro-plated. He added that it took him several trial and errors before completing the skateboard that is 80 percent heavier than the regular skateboard. He chose to keep his manufacturing process a secret. Read more
Do you ever wonder what kind toothbrush the rich and famous use? Well, it has got to be the Reinast toothbrush, which is made from titanium and features a “special antibacterial protective layer which guards against germs.” At $4,272.96 a piece, it is dubbed as the most expensive toothbrush in market today.
However, don’t expect this luxurious toothbrush to have a high-tech oscillating motor for automatic brushing or a hands-free mechanism. Apart from being made from titanium, it looks like your ordinary grocery store toothbrush and still requires a little elbow grease to effectively clean your pearly whites. Read more
Don’t be fooled by its old and beaten up appearance. This motorcycle, built by wealthy Turkish motorbike aficionado Tarhan Telli, can be the most expensive motorcycle ever built. Telli has already approached the Guinness Book of World Records and is waiting if his one-of-a-kind moped qualifies as the world’s most expensive motorcycle. The MTT Turbine Superbike, which costs $185,000, currently holds the title.
The chopper boasts of a 1801cc RevTech V-Twin engine with 125 horsepower, a six-speed transmission and a 700-pound curb weight while the frame is said to made entirely from gold. But what makes it even more impressive is the great amount of artistry used to make it look run down and
rusty, er rustic. Read more
London-based luxury champagne maker Goût de Diamants has created what the company calls the most expensive bottle of champagne in the world. Known for brewing fine champagnes sold at very exorbitant prices, the company outdid itself by creating the priciest bottle of its bubbly so far — carrying an outrageous price tag of £1.2 million!
The bottle of the effervescent drink was specially created for an undisclosed client and contains Goût de Diamants’ standard Brut Diamond champagne which is described as a fine blend of Grand Cru Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier that offers a floral, refreshing and creamy texture and ends with a light and elegant finish. Read more