Money can’t buy everything, but when you’re super rich, it can sure get you a lot.
Sure, you can your millions or billions of dollars and invest in gold, diamonds or other shiny things, orcan we suggest a pair of $50,000 headphones and a flying to your next vacation spot via a three-room apartment onboard a plane? NBD.
Whether you have piles of cash to burn through or want something to strive for, we’ve compiled a list of the coolest things money can buy when you Scrooge McDuck levels of wealth.
Jetpacks are the personal vehicle of choice for the future, at least according to The Jetsons. You can get ahead of the crowd and preorder the Martin Jetpack, which will cost around $125,000, The Guardian reports.
Martin Jetpacks aren’t like the water-propelled jetpacks you see today with tubes that extend down into water. The Martin will run on gasoline/aircraft fuel, which powers two large fans. Its engines push out 210 horse power and it can hold up to about 260 pounds.
You don’t need to be a master pilot to fly your Martin Jetpack because it has self-balancing technology, and if you’re in trouble, you can deploy a parachute.
The personal Martin Jetpack will be released in 2017, while first responders will be able to get them in the second half of 2016.
Numi smart toilet
For most people, a toilet with a decent seat and flusher is just about all that’s necessary for their bathroom experience. But there’s a good chance they haven’t tried the luxuriousKohler’s intelligent Numi toilet and its abundance of features.
Not only does the $4,750 toilet open and close automatically, it has a heated seat, foot warmers, a customizable bidet, an air dryer, a deodorizer and speakers to play your favorite music.
It can be controlled via a touch screen remote and set it up with user presets, so you don’t have to recalibrate the bidet to your liking it every time you use it.
VIP Black app
Apps can be pretty cheap some of our favorites are even free. But how about dropping $999.99 in the App Store just to check out all the fancy things you can with all your money? The VIP Black smartphone app is like Google for rich people. It’s like a catalog for all the things you’re money can buy, such as butler services, fancy hotel stays and stuff like a yacht and a private jet.
Of course, if you buy the app and make it through the vetting process VIP is in the name for a reason to make sure you’re actually rich, you can get exclusive member benefits, like gifts, exclusive rates, priority access and other things only the rich get to enjoy.
If you want a peek at what the app is like, you can download a free preview called VIP Red.
The Personal Submarine
Just because you want to see the bottom of the ocean doesn’t mean your have to get wet doing it. The Personal Submarine is the vehicle for a rich person who already has cars, boats and planes. And it only costs $2 million.
The Personal Submarine has a transparent sphere that fits two people and can explore depths up to 1,000 feet. Don’t expect to stay submerged all day though; its battery only lasts for six hours. The design makes it stable on the surface too, so when your battery starts to run low, you can just hang out and eat caviar while you wait for a tugboat.
This submarine is fully certified as a passenger-carrying manned submarine, and the price includes comprehensive training (i.e. don’t worry if you don’t have your submarine-driver’s license yet).
Etihad Airways luxury flight: The Residence
When you’re super rich, first class doesn’t cut it. That’s why Etihad Airways is offering The Residence, a luxurious, three-room flight experience.
The Residence allows two people to travel between London Heathway, New York and Sydney in decadent style. For $23,000, you get a private bedroom, living room and shower room for your transoceanic trips.
There’s food fit for your expensive tastes and even butler service, too. Much better than the complimentary coffee you get on normal flights.
Sennheiser Orpheus HE1 headphones
For those who care about audio quality and have over $50,000 available to drop at a moment’s notice, Sennheiser’s Orpheus HE1 headphones are a worthy addition to your wishlist.
These headphones aren’t for the casual listener. The handmade products feature precious metals like gold and platinum and even the cable made of silver-plated copper and the the leather ear pads get special treatment. Only 250 sets are made each year.
But Orpheus HE1s aren’t like typical headphones that you can take on the go; they hook up to an actual tube amp encased in marble. Impressive.
Aerigon UAV drone that shoots 4K video
There are a lot of drones on the market, and a whole bunch of them shoot video. But these little flying cameras don’t usually give you the best quality video, especially not good enough to shoot a car commercial with.
Enter the Aerigon UAV drone with a Phantom Flex 4K camera attached to it, which is a roughly $250,000 creation.
The Aerigon UAV is a pretty heavy-duty drone that uses six propellers to lift up to 19 pounds, which means it has the strength to hold up a heavy-hitting camera like the Phantom Flex 4K without breaking a sweat.
If you just want to fly the drone by itself, you’ll still have to shell out about $50,000.
Dental health is important, and if you’re rolling in dough, you can get the best tooth-care money can buy right at home with the Prophix toothbrush. It’s only $400.
The Prophix is an electric toothbrush that comes with a few different interchangeable heads to get the most well-rounded teeth cleaning experience possible. Not only that, the toothbrush connects to app that tracks how well and how often you brush your teeth. It has a built-in camera to take pictures and videos while you’re brushing your teeth, too.
While this may sound a little TMI, the camera helps you see the progress you’re making while brushing and if there are spots you need to focus more on.
Samsung Family Hub smart fridge
What separates a $5,000 refrigerator from a $900 one? Brains.Samsung’s smart fridge, the Family Hub, turns your standard kitchen appliance into something more akin to an entertainment center. It even tells you when to buy more eggs. The fridge has a large touchscreen on its door that shows you what’s inside, lets you place online grocery orders and gives you weather updates.
The Family Hub can also display a calendar, notes for your fellow habitants, photos, or even play your favorite music or movies. Yep, this fridge plays movies.
It also keeps your food cold, if you’re into that sort of thing.
VPI Classic Direct Turntable
People can be pretty picky about their turntables, especially when they have the money to throw at a really good one. But “really good” doesn’t even describe VPI’s Classic line of turntables, which can run up to $30,000 for some models.
These turntables are made with some of the best audio parts money can buy. With massive plinths made of steel and aluminum, the record players weigh around 65 pounds while eliminating almost all audio resonance.
Noble Audio Prestige earbuds
While there are some high-quality and expensive over-ear headphones available, some people just want great earbuds. Noble Audio has a pretty awesome selection ofPrestige earbuds, which can cost up to $2,900.
A good chunk of that price comes from the materials used to make the eye-catching designs such as carbon glass, Siamese Rosewood and other custom materials. In addition, Noble Audio doesn’t skimp on the technical side. The headphones are named Kaiser 10 because they use 10 drivers in each bud to produce super-clear, deep sounds. Normal headphones have one driver in each earpiece.
Gray International phone case
Even if you’re super rich, you’re probably going to have the same smartphone as everyone else. To show off a little wealth, you can opt for a pricy Gray International case designed for iPhone 6 and 6S. The cases start at $500, but the top-of-the-line protector will run you $1000.
The Advent case (above) is only a bumper, which means it only covers the sides of the phone, but it’s designed with grade 5 titanium found in spaceships and Formula 1 cars, so you can rest easy when you drop it on the pavement.
Christie Roadie projector
Regular movie fans may be satisfied with a 50-inch TV and a Blu Ray copy of a movie, but that may not cut it for super fans. If you fall into this category and have $140,000 to spend, check out the Christie Roadie 4K45 4K DLP Projector.
This projector natively plays video in 4K at 60 frames per second, emitting 45,000 lumens to deliver a premium movie viewing experience.
Of course, you can’t have a projector like this without a big screen to capture the image, so you might want to check out the $1,300 Da-Lite 87164V Cinema Contour Deluxe Screen, which measures 119 inches diagonally (and is relatively cheap compared to the rest of this list).
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