Luxury gadgets make the lives of the rich even more glamorous than our mundane, normal people’s lives.

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These luxury gadgets might not be as essential as the gadgets we carry around with us all the time like our iPhones, Nintendo Switches, or AirPods, but they sure seem to enrich the lives of the people who own them.

Bang & Olufsen Beolab 90 Ultimate Loudspeakers

Price: £58 820 (that’s more than R1 million!)

If luxury gadgets could speak they would all sound like this B&O Loudspeaker. Not only is it a beautiful masterpiece to have in your house, it also hosts 18 speaker drivers, placed strategically to deliver the best possible sound quality. The loudspeaker is equipped with class D amplifiers that push the watts to 8200 per loudspeaker.

Zafirro Iridium Razor

Price: $100 000 (again, more than R1 million!)

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Rich people don’t shave with just any razor, they need luxury gadgets to remove their unwanted hair. The Zafirro Iridium Razor is one of the most expensive razors you will ever own, so hopefully, it makes you feel better than 100 bucks.

Toto’s Neorest 750H

Price: $10 200 (about R136 749.36)

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A king needs a proper throne and not just any old toilet will do. The Neorest 750H is one of the most advanced toilets to have ever been created with remote control bidet, sensors, heated seat and all the bells and whistles you never knew you needed in a toilet.

Tranquility Pod

Price: $30 000 (about R402 204)

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Forget a face mask – that’s for the poor. The rich forget about their troubles in luxury gadgets like a Tranquility Pod. This Pod uses soothing sounds, lights, and vibrations to make you relax about all the money you have to count later.

iPhone 5 Black Diamond

Price: $1.5 million (about R20 million)

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If you thought your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus was expensive, think again. The iPhone 5 Black Diamond was made from 135gram solid 24-carat gold. The casing was made with 600 white diamonds, 53 of which were used to create the Apple logo on the back. The Home button was replaced with a flawless, black 26-carat black diamond.

Which one of these luxury gadgets do you wish you could own? Drop us a comment below and let us know if the luxury gadgets are worth the asking price.

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