This whole fidget spinner thing is officially out of control.
Topping the iPhone 7-turned-fidget-spinner, there’s now a new world’s most expensive spinner, and it costs a whopping 1,000,000 Russian rubles, or about $16,800.
Created by Russian jewelry specialists Caviar, the fidget spinner rightfully earns its high price, thanks to its 100-gram gold-coated exterior.
What else do you get for $17K? Uhh… bragging rights and the right to tag it #richkidsofinstagram? Sure, whatever helps justify paying the ridiculous sum for a stupid toy.
Per Caviar’s website (Google Translated from Russian):
“This modern, original and ingeniously simple accessory in your hands will attract attention and will tell others about your ironic view of life, your calm and wisdom, with which you take the most important decisions, easily, as if spinning the spinner in his hand. In addition, it is a great gift option, impressive and memorable accessory for the person who has everything.”
Caviar also sells other less expensive, but still stupid pricey, fidget spinners decorated with carbon fiber and Swarvoski crystals, in case flashy gold isn’t your style.
Sharp readers will realize Caviar’s fidget spinner as nothing special. The jewelry company is known for its outrageous pimped out products.
Most recently, the company released a very special $2,500 Nokia 3310 dumbphone featuring Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. Yeah…
Dumbphone too feature-less for you? No prob, here’s a Putin-clad iPhone. Only $3,000.
How about a gaudy People’s Republic of China Huawei phone?
Sigh. If you’re rich enough to blow all this cash on a fidget spinner… might we recommend you don’t? Donate your excess to a charity and actually do something good for humanity.
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