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SpongeBob crystallized Swarovski iPad case

Posted in iPad accessories by Reuben Drake on June 14th, 2011

Oh hell no! They have combined two things that I hate on this iPad case, Spongebob and Swarovski crystals. Well, if you happen to be a fan of SpongeBob SquarePants and/or gaudy shiny overpriced glass, this is the perfect iPad case for you.

It’s made from crystallized Swarovski, adding some bling to the cartoon character. It comes with a month’s warranty, cleaning cloth and phone strap. This SpongeBob crystallized Swarovski iPad case is available for $409.

Phosphor Reveal watch uses Swarovski crystals to tell time

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on March 7th, 2011

Swarovski crystals. They have been used to bling up many a gadget. The Phosphor brand has announced the Reveal line, which uses Swarovski crystals to actually tell the time. Phosphor is using “proprietary Micro-Magnetic Mechanical Digital technology” to rotate Swarovski crystals into place to form the readouts on the face.

The models are available in six styles, four of which are for women, and two for men, for $199 and up. These crystals sure look better on a watch face, than they do on an iPad.

CrystalRoc Swarovski case for iPad 2

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on March 6th, 2011

Now that Steve has launched iPad 2, CrystalRoc isn’t missing the chance to glam it up with their first Swarovski encrusted iPad 2 cases. I wonder how many of these they actually sell. Michael Jackson is gone, so there goes one sale. I suppose Elton John will get one, maybe Lady Gaga.

It comes decked out in more than 4000 crystals and is exclusively produced in their London Studios. For just $700, you can encase your new iPad in either Swarovski Crystal, Jet Hematite or Rose cases. The company also accepts orders for custom color cases as well.


Kinect gets the Swarovski treatment

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on December 15th, 2010

What could possibly be better than a tablet or smartphone covered in Swarovski crystals? Microsoft’s kinect, that’s what. At least that’s what DS Styles thinks. This Kinect will blind you before you even get to use it, then take some stills of you stumbling about.

Well, I know what Elton John is getting for Christmas. This thing matches some of his suits. If you like gaudy gadgets, this will cost you $632. You’ll be picking these cheap crystals out of your carpet for eternity as they fall out.

CrystalRoc Galaxy Tab with 5,700 Swarovski crystals

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on October 30th, 2010

Do you have too much money, no sense and absolutely no shame? If so, then check out this new CrystalRoc Galaxy Tab. We can’t tell you the price, but we do know that the tablet packs 5,700 Swarosvski bright crystals.

Oh and a custom logo too. If you are interested in this eyesore, you can expect it to show up exclusively at Harrods in London on Monday, November 1st. Do rich folk actually buy these? Have any of them ever been blinded by their device?

Hello Kitty Swarovski iPad Case for rich geek girls

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on June 6th, 2010

Here’s something for the geeky gadget girl who has everything and is now buying it all again, but with gaudy crystals. Distinctive Style has an assortment of iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, iPod Touch and other cases that are covered in Swarovski crystals. Of course many of them are Hello Kitty designs.

The Hello Kitty Core Crystallized Swarovski iPad Case and the Hello Kitty Black Crystallized Swarovski iPad Case will make you stand out and not in a good way. They’ll cost you $601 and $132 respectively.

CrystalRoc decks out an Xbox 360 with Swarovski Crystals

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on April 13th, 2010

Enough with the tacky Swarovski crystals already. Game consoles should look tough and functional, strong. They shouldn’t look like Elton John on a Saturday night. The folks over at CrystalRoc can’t seem to stop themselves, as they are now offering this blinged out Xbox 360.

Apparently this particular eyesore will be used for one of Microsoft’s PR campaigns. Supposedly it took over 70 hours to finish, and they used more than 11,520 individual Swarovski crystals. It probably won’t show up for sale.


Swarovski iPad, an affordable alternative to the diamond model

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on March 24th, 2010

You want the diamond encrusted iPad right? You want some bling in your life. But you just can’t afford $20,000. Not in this economy. Well, maybe you have $2,250 for a Swarovski iPad?

Bargain bling if you will. CrystalRoc has outfitted the $500 iPad in Swarovski crystals to con you and your rich friends. There are 6000 crystals and you can purchase a 32 GB version directly from CrystalRoc by the end of April.

Luxa2 M4 Laptop Cooler with Swarovski crystals and polished aluminium

Posted in Coolers by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2010

So laptop manufacturers should really be making their products good enough so that you don’t need to buy a separate cooler, but since we live in an imperfect world, we still need to buy them. And if you are the type that loves Gucchi, Prada and needs everything decked out in crystals and sparkle this would be your laptop cooler of choice.

This Luxa2 M4 Laptop Cooler is USB powered and will cost you just $49.99. It may not say Fendi, Prada or Gucchi, but it does have Swarovski crystals.

$3,000 Swarovski-studded netbook from Smartbook AG

Posted in Netbook by Conner Flynn on November 30th, 2009

$3,000 Swarovski-studded netbook from Smartbook AGSmartbook AG has unveiled the Zenid GC Crystal netbook which comes covered in Swarovski crystals. If the shiny exterior doesn’t blind you, you’ll find standard netbook specificatoins like a 10.2″ WXGA LED display, an Intel Atom 1.6GHz processor, 2GB RAM and Wi-Fi connectivity.

The non-swarovski version retails for just 299 euros, while the blinged out version will cost you 2,001 Euros. Hey, it will go with that rhinestone jacket you wear out to Disco night.

Olympus PEN E-P1 gets the Swarovski treatment

Posted in Olympus by Conner Flynn on November 24th, 2009

Olympus PEN E-P1 gets the Swarovski treatmentThe Olympus E-P2 is just around the corner, so are you still in the market for the E-P1? How about if it’s crawling with Swarovski crystals? Well, if bling is your thing, then feast your eyes on the gaudiness above.

If the above image calls out to you, be prepared to fork over £1999.99 (or $3,302) to own this shiny camera. Don’t come complaining to us when those cheap crystals start falling off. But if you can afford this, you probably don’t care about the dough… Or good taste.


USB Hello Kitty mouse done in Swarovski crystals

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on May 10th, 2009

USB Hello Kitty mouse done in Swarovski crystalsNothing says tacky like an object decked out in Swarovski crystals. It’s double the ewww factor when that object is a mouse made to resemble Hello Kitty. It is so girlly and shiny that it blinds any male who looks in it’s direction.

It’s says that it’s compatible with windows, but you’ll obviously need a gargantuan hand to use this thing. This fugly light catcher can be yours for only 160.00. It’s not an official Hello Kitty product. Just officially yuck.

Elements Stardust Radio with Swarovski bling

Posted in Radio by Conner Flynn on September 17th, 2008

Elements Stardust Radio with Swarovski blingThere’s no shortage of devices sprinkled with Swarovski crystals. Unfortunately, most are so smothered with bling that they just look tacky. The Elements Stardust Radio is actually done up right, with just the right ratio of bling and device. It actually looks nice.

It’s a Sonoro musical player that has been covered with 3,900 Swarovski crystals in a white floral pattern against a background of black crystals. It features 10 preset AM/FM stations, iPod/notebook/PMP compatibility as well as an integrated alarm clock. Hopefully we can close the “Crap me up with Swarovski” chapter on this high note, but somehow I doubt it.

Swarovski-studded Nespresso coffee maker

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on April 6th, 2008

Swarovski-studded Nespresso coffee maker
When pimped out swarovski mp3 players and the like haven’t assaulted your senses quite enough and you feel like your life could be gaudier, you can always start bedazzling your kitchen. The Nespresso Crystal Edition coffee machine is smothered in 3100 Swarovski crystals and will only cost you about $4,000.

It will still make a mean cup of coffee and comes with a removable grill for macciato lattes, an illuminated collecting pan for your used coffee capsules, and it does it all with the single press of a big blingy button. A few more shiny gadgets like this in your kitchen and you will be blinded when the sun shines in.

CES 2008

Philips, Swarovski add new Active Crystals

Posted in Accessories,CES 2008,Philips by Nino Marchetti on January 11th, 2008

philips-acrystals.jpgPhilips and Swarovski were showing off at CES this week some new colors to their Active Crystals line up of consumer electronics accessories. You’ll find some headphones retailing for around $100 and some USB memory keys at about $180. These products are supposed to be out next month.

Philips and Swarovski have in the Active Crystals Color range the USB Heart Ware Crystal Vitrail Light memory keys, the vibrant Space Violet in-ear headphones, the USB Lock Out Jet Hematite memory keys and the Space Jet Hematite in-ear headphones. You can get details on all of these after the jump.

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