When I wrote about the engraved iPhone, I really thought it was a peak of personalizing your phone. I was obviously wrong.
Personalizing your phone in the Richie Rich vision means lots and lots of little diamonds sparkling round your apple phone. Which was rather predictable. But first you’ve got to put your hands on the latest iPhone – and that could be a nasty tricky thing. Because there are 5 hours long waiting lines for some stores (the Cube from Fifth Avenue par exemple). So this Amosu Ultimo Diamond priced at $177,300 really is a piece of work. More impressive than a 5hours lineup. Ugly, unpractical but blingy all the way. Just wondering – have you ever touched a gems studded object (not only a telephone, but in this range)? How does it feel?
i have heard that is not even that good, that the whole thing is in design.
No I’ve never touched such an item of precious ridicule but I know I’d go beserk if I lost a gem or two.They must surely drop off from too much handling.
I once queued up almost an hour for a ‘Titanic’ ticket but 5 hours for this thingamajig must surely be the epitome of ridiculous label hunger!Having said that I wouldn’t say no to it as a X’mas present.LOL!
Hahaha, Dame Edna, I’ll remember that for Xmas! But Ryder speaks the truth – it’s not even that good. The features are far under Nokia par exemple. Let’s just hope that until that special time of year they’ll manage some serious upgrades so they’ll change your overbranding opinion!
That gems losing story is exactly the reason why I always resented “stoned” jewelry!
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