iPod shuffle in 18 carat gold


Not content with the colours on offer at Apple for the shuffle? Well, if you’ve just come into some cash, you get something far more exclusive – the iPod shuffle in 18 carat gold from German firm Xexoo.

Yes, you read that right, a cheap MP3 player with a very expensive casing. For 14,000 Euros (that’s around £10,000), you can add some serious weight to your pocket. Or if you can afford to wait, an even more expensive model is due soon with a few diamonds thrown in.

Other benefits for paying out so much include round the clock support (in case you’re too stupid to find the power switch presumably) and delivery to your door in a nice wooden box. I think I’ll pass.

Xexoo website

Via Web Squirrel

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