As cycling picks more steam, it is only natural that we see more options be available for purchase. Being custom-built isn’t solely the domain of high-end automobiles. With that in mind, meet the Williamson Wheelmen bike, and be amazed by its price tag of $35,000. The custom-built bike is hand brazed in Detroit with the goal of being a work of art and a mode of transportation like no other. In that objective, it certainly does succeed, creating a rather impressive look.
No one said you need to go camping in that stinking tent fit for a plebian. What you need is something more elegant, more luxurious, and more of a portable shelter than some filthy tent. The tent is inspired by the Yurt, a portable structure that is commonly used by the nomads of Central Asia. That means the structure has to be easily portable, and comfortable enough to be a dwelling.
How do you make a mountain bike special? You make one out of gold. This one is handcrafted and overlaid with 24K gold. Since that alone is not opulent enough, the mountain bike has a customized seat with brown alligator leather, a logo made of 600 black diamonds and 500 golden sapphires, and a gold covered water bottle. The gold plating of the bike alone took 800 hours to complete. Take this bike on your next expedition into the wild, and watch Chupacabra turn green with envy. The solid gold mountain bike is priced at $1 million.
Should you be willing to pay $3.2 million, this custom tailored suit will keep you in the lap of luxury and security. SuitArt has come up with Diamond Armor custom tailored suit so you can look as stylish and opulent as you would like to be, while being comfortable and protected.
Like several other car manufacturers, Bentley has decided it’s time to enter the arena of home furniture collection. The line includes tables, chairs, lounges, cabinets and beds. Several of them come with options in upholstery, color and materials used. In its style, Bentley has decided to keep the furniture elegant with generous touches of luxury.
Playing pool is serious business, and it augurs well to be prepared for the occasion. Intimidator Masterpiece Cue is being called the most expensive cue in the world at $150,000. A look at it, and it isn’t hard to figure out where that price tag comes from. When the cue is not on the table, it rests in a case that is styled like a medieval weapon, one whose likeliness you would expect to see in a video game.
Apparently, run off the mill toilet paper isn’t good enough for certain butts. To cater to this high-end butt wiping business, a Japanese company has come up with rolls of “designer” toilet paper. The designer toilet paper is only available to subscribers of “Toilet Paper of the Month” club promotion. If you’re buying three rolls, the cost per roll is $18. Buy in a pack of eight, and the cost per roll comes down to $18.
Why would you still be skateboarding on those filthy pieces of wood called boards when you can enjoy the life being obnoxious on a high-end skateboard. Coming from IXO, the new high-end skateboards are made from the current material of choice in luxury: carbon fiber.
We tend to get floored by excellent precision and crafting skills. Those features are best apparent for consumer items, in our opinion, in good old watch making and horology masterpieces. Urwerk EMC (Electro Mechanical Control) has a built-in “Artificial Intelligence”, well as much of an AI as a mechanical system can afford. It uses this AI to keep its measurement of time precise. Common variances like temperature, position and shock can reduce the timing regularity of a wristwatch.
It’s called Emperor, and the way we see it, this workstation has every claim to that title. Emperor 1510LX by MWE Lab has a retractable monitor stand that can hold five monitors, three 27-inch ones and two 19-inchers, a reclining seat with thigh rests, Bose surround sound system, Italian upholstery and the appearance of having zoomed in right from the future.