Taking the top ten most common given Christmas gifts, I started to wonder what the super rich buy if money is no object. So here are the ten most commonly given Christmas gifts only done in the style of a billionaire…
Top 10 Expensive & Luxury Common Christmas Gifts
10 – Socks (£495 Per Pair)
Made by Falke this pair of socks made from the lightest, rarest of wool works out at almost £250 per sock! It would be a pain if one of those goes missing in the washing machine.
9 – Hairdryers ( $700)
This hair dryer can dry your hair 70% quicker than every other hairdryer on the market and can blast hot air at your head at 93mph!
8 – Gift Card ($5,000,000)
Getting a £20 Amazon voucher in a card is a pretty good gift, but this is the $5 million Dream Card which can only be spent at Halcyon Jets for private flights. Who needed DVD’s when you can have jets?
7 – Money (500 billion Yugoslav dinar)
Given that most the time you only get a single monetary note inside your card, this 500 billion Yugoslav dinar banknote should do you until next Christmas!
6 – Wine ($500,000 Per Bottle)
From the Napa valley this wine scores Score 98/100 on every wine tasting chart and has a subtle toasty oak flavour.
5 – Slippers ($10,000)
You can keep your fluffy dog slippers, I will take these Louis Vuitton limited editions slippers, please.
4 – Tablets, PC’s ($8 million)
You can keep you Google Nexus, this Stuart Hughes iPad 2 is encrusted with 12.5 cts of ‘I’F’ Flawless diamonds! Wasting money, there’s an app for that!
3 – Games Consoles (£299,995)
You might have thought the world’s most expensive console was a rare one you have never heard of, but no. Let us hope it comes with several thousand games.
2 – Razor, Bathroom Products ($100,000)
This is the Zafirro razor and only 99 of them exist in the world. It features an artificial sapphire, and is 1/10,000th the width of a hair, medical grade stainless steel cartridge and an unbreakable iridium handle!
1 – Perfume ($215,000)
Roja Dove’s Imperial Majesty. Even the bottle it comes in is amazing as the material is so difficult to work with that one of every three attempts breaks during the production process. Add to that the neck of the bottle is made of 18-carat gold inset with a five-carat brilliant-cut diamond. Better than a bottle of Old Spice then.