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Stuart Hughes selling $20,000 diamond-encrusted iPhone 4

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 06 Jul 2010 21:45 User comments (6)

Stuart Hughes selling $20,000 diamond-encrusted iPhone 4 Following in the footsteps of the ridiculous 200,000 Supreme PS3 and the even more ridiculous $3 million iPhone 3GS Supreme, jeweler Stuart Hughes has begun offering a diamond-encrusted Apple iPhone 4 for the reasonable price of $20,000.
Unfortunately, only 50 of the special devices will be made, so you better get your order in quickly.

The smartphones are unlocked, and come with "6.5 carats of VVS quality, F-color diamonds" and a carrying case made of ostrich.

Apple's logo on the back is now a solid platinum and diamond version of itself.

StuartHughes also sells a $20,000 diamond-encrusted iPad, which has 11.43 carats.

Check the whole collection here:

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6 user comments

16.7.2010 21:55

I bet the screen looks extra yellow when surrounded by so much bling, but the reception might be better if they had to remove that metal strip from around the phone body. I wonder why they went so cheap on this one...

26.7.2010 22:19

I have only one thing to say

WHY??? :P

36.7.2010 22:38

hahaha, maybe this one will have a better coverage than the rest of the crappy iphone 4g in the world

47.7.2010 13:43

Originally posted by borhan9:
I have only one thing to say

WHY??? :P
because born rich people are dumb, not so much for the made rich man.

57.7.2010 18:48

I like nice things myself but FFS, some sort of perspective please.
It's sickening, isn't it?

They should just make & sell the sort of idiot who buys this sort of grotesquely tacky crap a diamond & gold encrusted bath (with $1000 bills lacquered into the sides of it too) that a rich idiot can spend all day and night sitting in it whilst masturbating themselves stupid and cooing over their rich-ness.

Is there really any difference?

A few months working with the worlds desperate people on life's margins would do some the power of good.

67.7.2010 18:49


Basically IMHO this is decidely 'not cool'.

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