Leave a comment

Wow! This iPhone 7 will cost a fortune

Wow! This iPhone 7 will cost a fortune

Do you have a bit of loose change burning a hole in your pocket? A little bit of loose change amounting to $1.3 million perhaps?

Then hold your Arabian horses, this one is for you! A 60-carat diamond encrusted, 24-karat gold-plated, lap-of-luxury iPhone 7!

Los Angeles-based company Brikk, the luxury retailer known for their outrageously bejeweled iPhones and Apple Watches, announced that they have started accepting preorders for the first batch of their Lux line of iPhone 7's. Better fall in line, folks!

Yes, we know the iPhone 7 is not even out yet and no one really knows how it will turn out for sure, but of course, that shouldn't discourage anyone from reserving one of these extravagantly outfitted phones.

Brikk describes their Lux line of iPhones as the "most opulent iPhone the world has ever seen." What with options like "hand laid French enamel colors," "18-carat pink gold," and "950 platinum," who could resist such hand polished majesty?

Their most expensive line, the super-premium, ultra fancy-pants Bespoke Collection Imperial Edition Lux iPhone 7 is said to be fully customizable with your choice of diamonds, more diamonds, yellow or pink gold, and platinum and it should set you back about $1.3 million. Hey, it comes with a custom case and the user manual so it's totally worth it, right?

 

brikk

 

Also, their entire Bespoke Collection will be hand delivered to you by the head Brikk designer/founder himself and it will be "unveiled in a special ceremony." Hmm, I hope my studio apartment can accommodate all the guests.

For the more frugal types, they could settle for their Lux iPhone 7 Standard editions, which start at the bargain bin price of $4,995. Brikk says that their Standard Collection has 10 color options and multiple diamond logo choices with, check this, options for matte or glossy scratch resistant finishes. Wow!

We don't know what exactly differs from their Standard, Deluxe, and Bespoke editions but judging from the price disparity, it's probably all those shiny diamonds (or lack thereof).

If you are itching to get one of these dressed to impress iPhone 7's, you will have to wait. An initial deposit is required and they are expected to ship a month after the official iPhone 7 release day.

That's a bit of a downer, we know, but maybe you could sail around on your diamond encrusted yacht and before you know it, your Brikk Imperial Edition iPhone 7 is out for delivery, or in this case, hand delivery. Ciao!

Next Story
View Comments ()
Is that a flying cow? You won't believe what's in the works
Previous Happening Now

Is that a flying cow? You won't believe what's in the works

Top Story: Mobile provider is locking U.S. soldiers out of their phone service
Next Happening Now

Top Story: Mobile provider is locking U.S. soldiers out of their phone service