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$165K 24kt gold iPad from Stuart Hughes

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on July 13th, 2010

Add another to the growing number of luxury i-products from Stuart Hughes. The new iPad SUPREME FIRE Edition from Stuart Hughes weighs 2.5 kilograms and is made of 24kt solid gold.

Get your ransom money ready, you will need it if you ever leave your home with this thing. It will cost you about $165,000 (or £109,995 GBP) and for that price you’ll be getting the 3G 64GB iPad.

iPad Supreme Ice Edition from Stuart Hughes

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on July 8th, 2010

Stuart Hughes has been busy doing what they do best, making garish and tacky luxury iproducts. Now the company is announcing another new iPad model: the world’s first 18ct white gold iPad. Your mugger will surely appreciate your lack of style and good taste.

This white gold iPad is made from solid white gold and called the iPad Supreme Ice Edition. It weighs a full 2kg, making it the heaviest iPad ever made. The iPad itself is the WiFi 64GB version.

World’s most expensive iPad is $8 million

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on March 21st, 2011

Behold, the iPad2 Gold History edition. Asin, your money is history. It was as usual, designed and crafted by Stuart Hughes in Liverpool UK. It is encrusted with 16.5 cts of ‘I’F’ flawless diamonds, 53 individually set sparkling gems, a solid 24ct Apple logo and the rear section produced again in 24ct gold.

It weighs 2,000 grams and the front frame of this iPad is made from one of the oldest rocks in the world, the Ammolite, sourced from Canada and dating over 75 million years old. That’s not all, sections of a 65 million year old T-Rex dinosaur’s thigh bone has been splintered and then shaved into the Ammolite and finished off with a single cut 8.5ct flawless diamond inlaid in platinum and surrounded by 12 outer flawless diamonds.


iPhone made from Dinosaur tooth and Space debris

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 6th, 2010

Stuart Hughes is known for their gold, platinum, diamond, and crystal encrusted gadgets. But how do you up the ante on those precious gems? You use a material that dates back to 65 million years. This one was conceived by his wife, Katherine Hughes.

It’s the iPhone 4 History Edition, the world’s first Dinosaur mobile phone. It uses a tooth of a 65 million year old T-REX and meteor stone together to dress up the rear of the iPhone. The rim is caked with 8.5ct ‘IF’ flawless diamonds and a diamond studded Apple logo set in platinum on the tooth and stone rear.

$8 million iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on October 14th, 2010

Exclusively made by Stuart Hughes, the iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition has a price tag of £5 million ($8,020,000). It was made for Tony Sage, renowned in the gold mining industry and also the sole owner of Perth’s A-league soccer team. An important man like that needs an important phone apparently.

The price reflects more diamonds and other precious stones and metals added. The iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition features a rose gold bezel caked with 500 diamonds (100 ct) on front and 53 diamonds on the apple logo on the rear.

iPhone 4 Diamond Edition for $20k

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on July 5th, 2010

Diamonds are forever or in this case 4ever. When attached to the iPhone 4, maybe they will even help with the reception. Once again you have Stuart Hughes to thank for this over the top luxury version of he iPhone.

The iPhone 4 Diamond Edition. It has diamonds, a bejweled Apple logo and it’s a white iPhone 4 (32GB). It’s also unlocked. Do you have the extra $20,000 for this light-catcher?

PrestigeHD Supreme Rose: World’s most expensive television for $2.25 million

Posted in Television by Conner Flynn on March 12th, 2010

Looking for something decadent to put in your summer cottage in Monaco? No plain old TV will do, I know. You need something to match your blinged out iPod. Well, here’s a good TV to blow your money on. Stuart Hughes has announced the world’s most expensive Televisions. They are powered by Metz and manufactured by PrestigeHD.

The pricier of the two is the PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition. For £1.5 million ($2,250,000), the 55” screen is encased with 28 kilograms of solid 18ct rose gold. The frame has 72 brilliant round cut 1ct IF flawless diamonds along with Sunstone and Amethyst. Alligator skin is even hand sewn on the inner screen layer.


iPod Supreme Rose for $95,000

Posted in iPod by Conner Flynn on February 9th, 2010

We’ve seen the 3GS Supreme Rose, so it was inevitable that at some point that they cover an iPod in gold too. Stuart Hughes is at it again and this time it’s an iPod.

It will cost you $95,000. Non douches need not apply. The iPod features 263 grams of 18k rose gold, a platinum rear Apple logo with 53 diamonds and a platinum navigation button on the front with 4.5ct of diamonds surrounding it.

iPhone 3GS Supreme Rose

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on January 14th, 2010

So, you probably laid out $3.2 million for that sweet iPhone 3GS Supreme and you’ve been flashing it around town wondering when it would be kidnapped and ransomed back to you. Well, my foolish rich friend, you no longer own the most expensive iPhone ever.

That’s because the folks over at Stuart Hughes now have the iPhone 3GS Supreme Rose, which costs just a tad more. Your lunch money will get you an iPhone 3GS with a 7.5 carat single cut diamond centering the design, a platinum bezel, 18 carat rose gold, some diamonds and four 2.5 carat pink baguette diamonds.

$160k Nokia Supreme

Posted in Nokia by Conner Flynn on January 10th, 2010

Stuart Hughes is offering an entry-level alternative to its $3.2 million iPhone 3GS Supreme. The new Nokia Supreme will cost you £99,995 (or $160k).

For that price you get a fairly boring Nokia 8800 loaded with 12.5 cts of pink diamonds, handmade veneers made from 83 grams of platinum, and a navigation button with a single 3 ct diamond. Want one? Only three were made.

$3.2m iPhone 3GS Supreme

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on November 26th, 2009

$3.2m iPhone 3GS SupremeLet’s face it, your iPhone doesn’t draw the kind of attention it used to now that everyone has one. Maybe it’s time to up your game to this blinged out iPhone. Surely you have a spare £1.92m (That’s $3.2m) to drop on this thing.

It is the shiny hellspawn of Goldstriker’s Stuart Hughes, who took 10 months to create it. Yeah, he’s a little slow as well as unimaginative. It was commissioned by an anonymous Australian gold mining magnate, which makes perfect sense since the phone features a bunch of gold and diamonds as well as a single cut rare 7.1 carat diamond in the home button.


iPad Supreme Edition

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on May 14th, 2010

So, you have a small fortune burning a hole in your pocket. Why buy a perfectly good iPad, when you can get a fugly and tacky version of the device?

Well, thank Stuart and Katherine Hughes who created this 22ct “solid gold” iPad Supreme Edition decked out in 53 gems. Here is your new purchase. Only £129,995 (or about $190k). It still lacks flash and as a bonus will get you mugged the second you use it in public.

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