So have you ever been cycling on your bike and thought to yourself ‘Gee, I’d love it if this bike was made of gold”? If this kind of opulent thought has ever entered your high-living thoughts, then you may have found the solution to all your dreams with the 24K gold bike.
Facts about this bike:
- The entire structure of the bike is covered in 24 K gold, from its handlebar to its spinning stokes.
- It has a gleaming surface that is offset by the bespoke black, SRF racing tyres, and soft San Maro suede saddle
- The bike can be bought as a 2-wheeler and customers can choose from a range of finishes, including fine leathers, exotic skins and adored stones
- It was crafted by luxury good company Goldgenie by an in-house team of customisation artisans
- The bike will set you back a whopping $1,000,000
If the prospects of owning this bike gets your wheels spinning, then you’ll probably want to buy these gold products as well:
If you’re ever in Hong Kong, you might find the most expensive restroom in the world, which was built in 2001 by the Hang Fung Gold Technology Group. So what’s so extravagant about it? Well, it has a solid gold toilet (with a solid gold roll of toilet paper worth $1,3 million) and walls that have been embellished with 24 carat gold and jewels. With a price tag that was estimated at $2.5 million, it’s not surprising to learn that the toilet has not been used.
Gold covered iPhone
So do you think that the last iPhone you purchased was quite expensive? Think again- this custom made 22 carat gold iPhone from Stuart Hughes Jewelers was valued in 2014 at a staggering $15 million and was considered to be the most expensive cell phone in the world. Now this is one phone you don’t want to drop or lose!
You might believe that your clothes are flashy, but we doubt you’ve ever worn something quite as swanky as this. Rankar Jewelers made this shirt for Datta Phuge (nicknamed “the gold man”) in 16 days and it required 15 craftsmen. It’s made from 14,000 pieces of 22 carat gold and weighs 7 pound. Phuge says that he only wears the shirt on special occasions.
While this product might be considerably cheaper than the other items mentioned, it’s still obscenely expensive, with a 2 hour facial setting you back $1,000. This 24 carat gold facial was produced in 2006 by Japanese company Umo, and don’t’ expect to see it available in any regular spa; it’s only accessible at places such as London’s’ Harrod’s store and the Raffles Dubai Hotel.
Just because you’re dead, doesn’t mean you can’t go to your eternal slumber with dollops of style. This 24 carat-gold casket was handmade by Golden Caskets and contains a ruby red velvet interior trim a gold reflection picture frame, and a gold keepsake box. However, you better leave some money behind before you Rest in Peace- it costs $50,000.