Boys dream toys from age 2 to age 90 and even more if they go further.Some stuff are lusty enough to drain money from your pocket while some are even lustier.But they wont drain money from your pocket because you won't even mind checking it.See the list to know what i'm talking about.
If we are speaking watch it got to be swiss.The Swiss watchmaker Vacheron Constantin marked its 250th anniversary in 2005 with the world’s most expensive watch. Its name refers to one of the historical sites of the venerable company, located next to the current Maison Vacheron Constantin on the Quai de l’Ile.Tour de l’Ile, Vacheron Constantin comes at $1,500,000 US dollars.
In late 2005 the Dutch company Ego Lifestyle B.V. released the Tulip E-Go Diamond laptop, which was previously the world’s most expensive laptop and this mobile computer had over 80 total carats of diamonds and a retail price of €283,000.
It's certainly the most popular music player in the world.It's accessories are even popular.But i'm not sure if everyone is wealthy enough to but this accessory for their ipod.The ULTRASONE Edition 9 Limited Edition S-Logic Natural Surround Sound Headphone is certainly a luxury to be had by the most discriminating audiophile.
At a retail price of $1499.00, they better sound good.
Lucky Strike commissioned one pack of smokes to be produced that proudly boasts 18ct white gold package that displays one large diamond and one large ruby.
Well known for their popularity in the 1970s and their resurgence in the late 80s and early 90s, G.I.Joe has long been a fixture of the American toy market. Originally issued as large 12” figures that featured posable arms, the G.I.Joe series has since been continuously expanded upon. The toy line branched out to include a wide assortment of characters, vehicles and reissues with updated features including the fabled “kung-fu grip”. Despite the broad range the G.I.Joe series expanded over, and as in many other fields, the first is still the best, and the original G.I.Joe prototype was sold in the summer of 2003 for $200,000 USD by collector Steve Geppi. It is currently housed at the Geppi Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.
6.HANDHELD GAME SYSTEM
Having the honor of being the most expensive handheld video game ever made, the NEC TurboExpress, the Rolls Royce of handheld systems, was released in 1990. It was the portable version of the TurboGrafx-16 and cost $249 at launch. Its price was briefly raised to $299, which adjusted for inflation is $446 in todays dollars.It featured 6820 CPU which ran at 3.58 or 7.16 MHz and had a 512 color palette. It could also be connected to a TV.The TurboExpress was never able to catch on with gamers due to bad marketing and the price of the expensive game system.
Forbes published a year ago a list of most expensive shoes for men that were ready made and their list included names such as Salvatore Ferragamo, Prada, Edward Green, John Lobb, New & Lingwood, and Berluti. Topping the list were the distinctive Berluti shoes which fetch a mere $1,830 per pair.
Samuel Adams/Boston Beer Company’s Utopias is said to be the world’s strongest and most expensive beer and at $100 per bottle it better be one of the best tasting as well.
The Dodge Tomahawk V10 superbike boasts 8.3 liter engine (505 cubic inch), and the 10 cylinders can bring the bike to a maximum speed of almost 400 mph.The 1500lb bike has an independent 4 wheel suspension and can reach 60 mph in around 2.5 seconds.
Business.com which was resold in 1999 for $7.5 million, according to Guinness World Records, appears to have been surpassed as the most expensive domain name, and not by theRecordBreakingDomain.com which was attempting to become the most expensive domain name in a media-move by selling for $7,500,001.This one is for boys of the virtual world.