When summer rolls around, we want to fire up the grill. Why not impress your friends this summer with a grill that costs $10,308.60? Just kidding. This is grill that only the rich can afford, however, it still has state of the art technology. Get creative and versatile with your cooking, since this grill is perfect for design and engineering. It has a complete 304 stainless steel construction, which is highlighted by cast stainless steel.
The “E” burners are capable of up to 33,000 BTU. Its advanced technology also prevents hot and cold zones, and evenly distributes heat. It’s protected from grease and drippings. Better yet, there’s a double walled, spring assisted grill hood. This means you’ll get an ergonomic design and a 12″ firebox. Your food will automatically get more flavor. It’ll give users an unforgettable grilling experience (Kickass Grills).
If you’ve ever wanted to step up your television game, then this £1 million TV is your best bet. Only the rich can afford this 370-inch luxury, but it doesn’t mean we can’t put it on our never-ending wish list.
It’s the same size as a football goal and can even be used outside in the sunlight. That means you can put on football games in the backyard, as if you’re at the game. It’s one of the largest and most expensive TVs in the world. It weighs a ton and provides 65 billion colors (Whathifi).
This pro-level machine is compact and counter-friendly. It’ll go wonderfully next to your toaster and blender. That is, if you can afford its $5,900 price. If you’re able to spend this much on a coffee machine, then you might as well buy the best of the best.
There’s an all-important dual boiler and has advanced parts that most coffee machines don’t have. No more needing to skip your boring morning cup of Joe with this machine (The Gadget Flow).
These are some of the most eye-catching and conforming electric bikes on the planet today. Now, Gocycle has its fourth-generation e-bike. It’s more advanced than previous models, with a brand-new motor, improved tires, and lighter carbon-fiber components. The makers of Gocycle really wanted to improve on the model.
It’s an electric bike only the rich can afford, though, since it goes for $3,999. Its compact quick-fold design makes it perfect for long commutes and travel. It’s also quiet and doesn’t make tons of noise. Better yet, its power starts from a standstill. The makers promise “more torque and power from what Gocycle still calls a ‘class-leading compact package.’” Hopefully one day we can afford it (The Verge).
With a starting price of $1,999, Apple’s newest pro Mac desktop is something only the rich can afford. At least it’s one of the cheaper items on this list. It’s a hybrid between a Mac mini and a Mac Pro.
It’s equipped with an M1 Max or M1 Ultra chip and has tons of ports. Better yet, it has a new thermal design that’s something from the future. Because of its advanced technology, it offers incredible performance. It’s also Apple’s most powerful custom silicon-based Mac, and offers extreme performance and a wide range of ports in a modular, desktop form (Macrumors).
It’s the moment the rich have been waiting for, the LG Signature OLED R, which is now available on the market. It costs a jaw-dropping $100,000, so if you can afford it, you’re in luck. You can enjoy a fancy TV with an OLED screen.
The screen rolls down and disappears in the comfort of your own home. It has an impressive and sheer level of design that’s unlike any other TVs on the market. It also has technological ingenuity, and is something that’s advanced for its time, even if it does cost as much as a house (PC Mag).
Sony’s FX3 costs $3,900. Even though this is a hefty price, it’s still less expensive than other competitors on the market, which reach up to $5,000. Its advanced features include in-body stabilization. This, combined with an Active software mode, provides shake reduction. It has dual CF express card slots, plus tons of mounting points for accessories.
It even has a 3.5mm headphone jack for audio monitoring. With all of these features, it makes it worth the price, even if it’s something we have to save up for months in order to buy (Engadget).
This is the company’s most expensive phone. It goes for $1,1999. Even though you could probably find a deal somewhere that offers a discount, it’s something only the rich can afford. It’s a great phone if you’re always gaming, working, or watching videos on the go. When the device is unfolded, it has a 6.2-inch front screen and a 7.6-inch inner screen.
Software features are perfect if you’re multitasking. It’s the phone of the future, and is something that’s aiding in our busy lives and world where we constantly have a lot going on (Edition).
We all have normal washers and dryers in our house, if we even own one. If you’re rich and can afford a fancy washer, then now is your chance. The LG WashTower is a futuristic machine that uses steam and removes up to 95% of common allergens. These allergens include pet dander, pollen, and dust.
This is a great feature if you’re constantly sneezing or suffering from allergies. Its sensors use AI technology and can detect fabric texture & load size. Then, it customizes the wash motions and dry temperatures. Talk about fancy (IG).
If a private car, boat, and plane wasn’t enough, you can now buy your own submarine. This piece of technology is something only the rich can afford, considering it costs over $2 million. It explores the depths of the ocean up to 1,000 feet, and is big enough for two people to sit comfortably side by side.
The battery only lasts six hours, but we’re not sure why someone would want to stay deep under the ocean for longer than that. When you purchase the submarine, you’ll also get extensive training to learn how to operate it. This is definitely an invention that opens a lot more doors for exploraton (Mashable).
If music is your passion, and you have over $30,000 sitting around in your bank account, then you need to buy the VPI Classic Direct Turntable. Even though it’s something only the rich can afford, it’s one of the best turntables in the world.
The 65-pound record player eliminates nearly all audio resonance. Its plinths are made of aluminum and steel, which are some of the highest quality material you can get. It looks like your at-home DJ parties got a lot more interesting (Mashable).
Why keep diamonds limited to your ears and fingers? With the Yalos Diamond TV, you can have diamonds sprawled across your television. This television costs $140k USD, and is 103 inches long. Not only does it take technology to an entirely new level, but design, too. They don’t measure this television by inches, but by carats.
The television has a total of 20 carats of white gold. That’s more than most of us will ever see in our lifetime. It resembles more of a jewelry box than a television, since its diamonds are along the outside frame. This is a television only the rich can afford (passionbuz).
Treating yourself to a nice movie, glass of wine, and delicious dinner is one of the best ways to spend a Friday night. Usually, we settle for our flat screen TV or Netflix on our laptop. It could get a lot more interesting, though, if you have $140,000 lying around. With that money, you could buy the Christie Roadie Projector.
It plays video in 4K, at 60 frames per second. Because of its quality, it gives viewers a premium movie experience, something we would usually never get solely from our living room. To go a step further, you could also purchase a wickedly expensive television, which could cost over $2,000. Too bad these are things only the rich can afford (Mashable).
For a whopping $500,000, you can own the Mackbook Air Supreme Platinum Edition. We’re not sure we’d want to spend more than $1,000 on a new laptop, but it’s nice to dream. Apple products are some of the priciest products in the world, so it comes as no surprise that this laptop is an Apple product.
This laptop in particular is made using platinum and weighs 7kg. Even though it’s missing the diamonds and sapphire that many other laptops have, it still costs an absurd amount of money. This is a laptop you’d never want leaving your house because of how much it costs (Times of India).
For $7.8 million, you could own a piece of technology that’s made of bone shavings from a 65-million year old T-Rex. But that’s not all this iPad has to offer. The front frame is made of the world’s oldest rock, Ammolite, which dates back 75 million years. It doesn’t even stop there.
Lastly, the device comes with 53 12.5 carat diamonds and logo is crafted from 24-carat gold. You have to be careful owning this device, since if someone stole it or dropped it, that’s millions of dollars down the toilet. We’re not sure we’d trust ourselves to own such a device, which is why it’s something only the rich can afford (The Second Angle).
Priced at $4.7 million, you could seriously step up your living room party game. There’s a fine line between pleasure and the human listening experience, which is exactly what you’ll get with these speakers. The bronze version of the speakers cost $63,000 per pair and the silver version costs $300,000.
Each speaker took over 200 hours to construct, which is part of the reason they’re so pricey. These speakers are all about the bass, so it might be a good idea to invest in one of these speakers. You never know what they’ll be worth in several decades (The Second Angle).
For $240,000, you could get this limited edition BlackBerry that only the rich can afford. Why put down money for a new house, when you could own a brand new phone? There are 4,459 diamonds on the phone, which totals 28-carats.
Because of its 18-carat gold body, the phone also comes with a complimentary concierge service. This BlackBerry will certainly make you stand out from the crowd. Maybe all those phone calls you used to dread having to do for work will get a lot more fun (The Second Angle).
Apparently, customers who purchased this phone received their delivery via helicopter. It’s like something from an action movie, but instead of a hero fighting crime, it’s a cell phone delivery.
That beats going to the store and choosing a phone from a glass display. Its signature feature, a cobra, is made of 439 rubies and emerald snake eyes. The phone cost over $360,000, and only eight units were made in the entire world. Even though it’s a unique piece of technology to own, it doesn’t seem like it’s worth it (Luxuo).
Priced at nearly $80,000, these speakers are a duo that only the rich can afford. There are 18 “state-of-the-art” loudspeaker drivers and are a quirky duo that definitely had its design in mind. The speaker’s exteriors are curved, much like a piece of furniture.
They were constructed by a Danish audio company, and, according to them, is said to be “a culmination of our wildest dreams.” They’re part of our wildest dreams, too, since they’re something we’ll never be able to afford (Luxuo).
We know at least one celebrity that adores this watch, and it’s Drake. This watch costs as much as a house. It sells for $750,000. That’s a lot of zeros. It’s semi-transparent and has the words “I Want to Caress You Tonight” on the top. It looks like a watch from the Terminator, because of its very robotic style.
We’re not sure we’d want to spend even as much as $50 on this watch. But it looks like there are some rich people out there who can afford to spend a lot more than that. Drake must have a lot of confidence being able to walk around and wear a watch with this quote on it. This isn’t something most of us will ever see ourselves doing, but it’s fascinating that there are people out there who do this (The Richest).
If you have the money, you might want to check out the world’s tallest iPod dock. These stellar pieces of technology go for over $500,000. They’re available in three different colors, so you’ll get to choose one that fits your liking. With an output of 10,000, these speakers will take you on a sound journey you’ve never been on before.
Luckily, it’s compatible with all devices, so you don’t need a specific phone or iPad to use it. They were created by Jean Michael Jarre and reach eleven feet high, which is twice as tall as most humans (CEO World).
This watch sells for more than $100,000, and for good reason. Its features include 18k gold screws and a 22k gold-rotor frame. The Swiss company successfully managed to make a unique watch that can tell time from many different angles.
Apparently, we need to be able to tell time from more angles than one. If you’re a flashy hot shot and like showing off, then this watch may be just for you. Since only the rich can afford this one, the rest of us need to stick to our Walmart watches (CEO World).
If you’ve ever wanted to own a watch that costs $25 million, then now is your chance. We’re not sure who has that kind of money lying around, and why they would spend it on a watch, but apparently it happens. Even though only extremely wealthy people can afford this watch, it’s still nice to look at and pretend we can own it, too. It was launched in the year 2000 and made in Switzerland.
What makes it so expensive is the 874 high-grade diamonds that are all different colors, of blue, white, and pink. A pink diamond sits in the middle of the watch and weighs over 15 carats. There are also 26 pear-shaped diamonds that weigh over 17 carats. When pressed, a spring-loaded mechanism exposes three heart-shaped stones that open like flower petals (passionbuz).
This self-balancing vehicle is one way to get around while fully relaxing. All you have to do is turn the knob to navigate the streets in style. Unfortunately, this futuristic pod is something only the rich can afford. It has a center of gravity control system, so you don’t have to worry about suddenly toppling over.
Walking is so overrated, because now, you get to explore in egg-shaped style. This certainly saves walking around a city for hours on end, or relying on public transportation to get around. If it’s a beautiful, sunny day, and you own a Segway S-pod, then why not take it for a spin? These are the inventions of the future (passionbuz).
After watching Batman, there might’ve been a part of you that wished you could relive every part of the movie again and again. Fortunately, it’s possible with a Dark Knight home theater, but unfortunately, this is a high-tech gadget only the rich can afford.
The entire theater costs over $2 million. It comes with a 180-inch screen TV, elevators, cave-like walls, a grandfather clock, gargoyles, and a bat symbol. To top it all off, there’s a 30-foot hidden exit that goes through a tunnel. Talk about being Batman’s biggest fan (passionbuz).
Premium sound quality comes at a cost, and that cost is $10,999. This record console is beautiful to look at, and the luxurious wooded design comes with six listening modes. It’s exactly what the artist intended when they built this console for design and quality.
If you’ve ever wanted a statement piece for your living room, then this piece of technology is exactly what you need. One day, maybe it’ll be something you can afford (The Gadget Flow).
It seems like speakers are getting more and more expensive as time moves on. The Bowers & Wilkins speaker has a museum-worthy design with damping tubes and a slick look. It costs a whopping $60,000 to own a pair of these speakers. The curved tubes enhance the sound with a rich, vibrating bass that’ll send the music to your soul.
This is something only rich people can afford, so it looks like we’ll stick to our tiny speakers until we have enough saved up. Even then, we’re not sure we’d want to spend that kind of money on these speakers (The Gadget Flow).
Everyone dreams of wearing a diamond ring one day. Typically, it happens when we get married, but sometimes, it happens a lot sooner. If you’re rich, you can afford this $1.2 million iPad. It’s crafted with 300-carat diamonds and 18-carat gold. The Apple logo is made with black diamonds. It’s almost better than a diamond ring, since you’re getting a variety of diamonds in one place.
Similarly to the laptop, this is a piece of technology we wouldn’t want leaving our house. It weighs over a kilogram, which means it’s heavier than most other laptops. This is best left on display, from the safety of our living room (The Times of India).