If you think the $1,000 iPhone XS is too cheap, don't worry - this company made a $24,500 iPhone with a mechanical clock on its back
- A Russian company called Caviar that makes luxury versions of existing smartphones has had its way with the iPhone XS and XS Max.
- The Caviar iPhone XS Grand Complication Skeleton Diamond Edition is dressed in black titanium, gold, 252 diamonds, and it has a mechanical clock on its back.
- The cheapest of Caviar's Diamond Edition Grand Complication iPhones is the 256GB iPhone XS at $23,320. The most expensive is the 512GB iPhone XS Max at $24,460.
Custom, multi-thousand-dollar iPhones adorned in gold, diamonds, and rare animal skins are nothing new, but the Caviar iPhone XS Grand Complications Skeleton Diamond Edition is a little different.
Indeed, there's a mechanical clock right in the middle of its back.
The Caviar iPhone XS Grand Complication Skeleton Diamond Edition is available in both the iPhone XS and XS Max, and in the 256GB and 512GB storage options.
As you'd expect, delivery is free, and the transaction is accompanied by a "personal consultant."
One thing that's somewhat questionable when you're spending that much on a product is the one-year warranty. That's it? One year? And that's just for the electronics - the outer-dressing and coverings are only warrantied for 30 days.
Regardless, check out this $24,500 iPhone: