I get the point of having gold or diamond-studded jewelry, or even watches. Those things have timeless appeal. But re-forming an iPod’s body out of solid 18ct rose gold and then adding platinum and diamonds to it is plain dumb.
This modern watch isn’t made out of diamonds, but its face is akin to some kind of cut stone. It’s called the 2Oct2031, presumably because it’s from the future.
The 2Oct2031 watch was created by the Chinese designer Tao Ma, and from the minute you set your eyes on it, you try and make sense of what your eyes are seeing.
From the makers of the bulletproof pocket square comes r¿ng, a white gold band with three interchangeable rough diamonds, each with a different color. One of them looks like a lump of coal, but overall this is a unique, eye-catching and refreshing take on jewelry.
For me luxury items are those that are not only ridiculously expensive but are also very impractical or unnecessary. Personally I think the iPhone is still quite expensive. I think it spreads itself too thin in trying to be too many things at once.
This diamond-encrusted LED watch is so madly, deeply, insanely blinged over with diamonds that you can barely see what time it is. In fact, the diamonds cover the face of the watch so you have to read the digital display through a diamond screen.
Looking for a nice accessory to go with your 24-karat MacBook Pro? Got some money to burn? Why not get yourself one of these extravagant iPhones, adorned with hundreds of diamonds.
The creator of this mod, Amosu, is known for loading up mobile phones with precious gems and metals.
While it might not be the easiest watch to read, there’s no denying the sheer awesomeness of this luxuriant wristwatch from Hublot.
The appropriately named Big Bang 44mm All Black Carat watch may have traditional analog dials, but its design is anything but conservative.