BlackLight Pool Table by Billard Table

For a pool table, BlackLight from Billards Toulet is quite a luxury roller. It comes in lacquered or matte finishes, though the high rollers get a choice of luxe gold edition too. Made out of non-deformable steel with an iron body frame, the table has an integrated jukebox and a lifetime flatness guarantee. It also features soundproof ball return and leather finishing for the pockets. Yep, that’s luxury for you.

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Decagon Modular Tent Keeps Luxury at Hand While Camping

Going out camping could never mean giving up style and luxury, because that wouldn’t quite be cool. And of course in this world, if you have money to throw at luxury, someone would be more than happy to provide it. Japanese equipment company Logos has come up with a modular tent for the camper who’d like to revel in luxury.

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The Shining Rolls Royce of Gold is a Crime Against Elegance

Every single Rolls Royce is a gem, a precious piece of craftsmanship. But of course, being elegant and classy can take the highway to hell because someone has enough money to wrap the car in gold, baby. Apparently enraged at the class of the Rolls Royce Ghost, an Italian fashion house decided to give it this ridiculous makeover.

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2LMX Luxury Watch

Geneva based watch manufacturer 2LMX has come up with a new luxury watch by the same name. The watch displays time in a 24 hour format through a series of revolving drums. It has six rolling drums, 337 parts and 44 jewels and manually wound power reserve that can last about 120 hours. Each watch is hand finished and hand assembled, taking about 1000 man-hours to complete. There are 5 2012 models for the watch, with variants in platinum, rose gold and titanium.

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Hotel Room Offers Luxury 509 feet Below The Earth’s Surface

If you have the money and a fire for travel, the world has limitless wonders to show, and the luxuries humans have to provide. You know, something like living 509 feet below the surface of the earth. This luxurious hotel room is available in the Sala silvermine located 75 miles from Stockholm. For years, the mine was Sweden’s primary source of silver, now it also hosts a hotel room, museum, dining place and exploration activities for anyone willing.

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