We truly, honestly thought we were over gold-plated iPhones. Then we got wind of Caviar’s iPhone X Tesla, and all bets were off.
It’s been called a luxury mansion on wheels — little surprise here, for it is touted as the most luxurious mobile home in the world.
There is a certain sameness to high-end audio systems in terms of aesthetics.
Baselworld, the planet’s best-known annual watch and jewellery show, can be counted upon to throw up spellbinding new timepieces fit to make horologists salivate.
A giant 4K TV screen with a state-of-the art home entertainment system to go with it certainly sounds like a dream viewing experience without having to get out of your pyjamas and stepping out.
Think “refrigerator” and what’s the first thing that comes to mind? We are ready to bet that “work of art” is not the answer.
There are times when writing about luxury tech feels like one April Fool’s joke after another.
Do you remember the Nokia 3310? Of course you do, if you’re of a certain age, at least. All of us digital settlers and immigrants likely owned one of these phones or known someone who did.
Gold-plated gadgets—bling or tacky? The choice is yours, of course, but it’s hard to get away from the fact that anything shiny does make us look twice.
They say you can’t put a price on fitness. But would you pay in six figures to get that fit, toned body—sweat, toil and tears extra?