Doesn’t this seem like the ultimate paradox? A company called Xexoo has decided to take the cheapest iPod available, only to multiply its price more than 100-fold by wrapping it in 18k gold. While you can head into just about any store these days and pick up an iPod shuffle for well south of $100, this gold-dipped version sells for a not-so-light $10,000. Like seriously, why would you want this?
If you’ve got that much money kicking around, you would think that you’d at least hop up to a music player that features some sort of display. At the same time, this could prove to be not only the most functional, but possibly one of the most expensive tie-clips known to man.
I’d imagine someone like Johann van der Smut would be all over this.