11 Outrageously Expensive And Useless Things

Outrageously Expensive And Useless Things

How would you spend your money if you were a millionaire? Would you buy yourself an island, a mansion, a yacht, or just put it in stocks. While some of us pride ourselves in making sensible decisions with money, a bunch of us just buy things that are ridiculously expensive and serve very little or no value at all.

Here Is A List Of 11 Outrageously Expensive And Useless Things Bought By People Over The Years:

I Am Rich application

Price: $999.99

Once sold on the Apple app store, the ‘I Am Rich’ app was termed as a work of art. Priced at $999.99, the only purpose of the app was to show other people that they could afford it. The app screen contained a glowing red gem and an icon. On click, it displayed the following text:

I am rich

I deserv [sic] it

I am good,

Healthy & Successful

The app has been removed from Apple app store..

I Am Rich application



Tiffany Tennis Ball Can

Price: $1500

The ‘Tiffany Tennis Ball Can’ is used to keep your precious tennis balls. It is priced at $1500 and is made of sterling silver. For more details, check out tiffany.com.

Tiffany Tennis Ball Can

Nesmuk Diamond Studded Knife

Price: $39600

Cutting vegetables was never that pricey. But who’s complaining when you can afford it. World’s most expensive knife, the ‘Nesmuk Diamond Studded Knife,’ comes with a carbon steel blade and 8 diamonds encrusted on its handle. It comes with a matching ring.

Nesmuk Diamond Studded Knife

Royal Diamond Chess Set

Price: $600,000

Fit for the kings, this diamond-encrusted chess set will cost you $600,000. Hand crafted, it took 30 craftsmen 4,500 hours to make one set.

Royal Diamond Chess Set

24 Carat Gold Toilet Paper

Price: $1,376,900

Made from 3 ply toilet paper and 24 carat gold, this expensive toilet paper is completely useable and safe. Made in Australia, this toilet paper is priced at $1,376,900 per roll. Made with the best quality toilet paper, the product is hand delivered.

24 Carat Gold Toilet Paper

Dior Smartphone

Price: $120,000

Released by Dior, this limited edition smartphone is the ultimate in luxury. Made with white gold and encrusted with 1,539 diamonds, it costs over $120,000.

Dior Smartphone

YALOS Diamond LCD TV

Price: $1,300,000

We all have heard of expensive mansions or expensive cars that cost over $1 million, but check this out. YALOS Diamond LCD TV by Keymat priced at $130,000 boasts of white gold plating and 160 diamonds totaling to a minimum of 20 carats.

YALOS Diamond LCD TV

Diamond Crypto Smartphone

Price: $1,300,000

Developed by a Russian firm, JSC Ancort, ‘Diamond Crypto’ is a windows-based smartphone. It is made of platinum and rose gold, and has over 80 diamonds on it. Set at a price of $1.3 million, it is one of the most expensive smartphones.

Diamond Crypto Smartphone

Le Chocolat Box 

Price: $1,500,000

Full of chocolates, a single ‘Le Chocolat’ box will cost you a whopping amount of $1.5 million. The Le Chocolat Box boasts of some of the finest confectionaries from around the world. In addition, the box also consists of luxury jewelry made from some of the finest gems from Simons Jewelers Company.

Le Chocolat Box

Hermes Birkin Bag by Ginza Tanaka

Price: $1.9 million

Designed by a Japanese designer, Ginza Tanaka, this Hermes Birkin bag made of platinum is adorned with over 2,182 diamonds. The bag has a detachable diamond strap that can be used as a bracelet or a necklace.

Hermes Birkin Bag by Ginza Tanaka

Heintzman Crystal Piano

Price: $3.22 million

The ‘Heintzman Crystal Piano’ is a grand crystal piano. It was highly priced as the famous pianist, Lang Lang, played it during the opening ceremony of Beijing Summer Olympics in 2008. It was later auctioned and sold at a private bidding event for $3.22 million.

Heintzman Crystal Piano

So the next time you get a million, use it wisely!