It should come as no surprise that people often fantasize about what their life would be like if they had an endless supply of money. They could do whatever they want, go wherever they want, with whomever they want. More to the point, they could buy whatever they wanted, and therefore indulge their fancies and whims to whatever degree was necessary.
Needless to say, Christmas is one of those occasions when it’s almost second nature easy to engage in this type of mental meandering, mainly because the excessive amount of shopping we do constantly makes us encounter a wide variety of products that make our mouths water, but would also break the bank. Even so, if you’re going to dream then you might as well dream big.
That being the case, presented here for your viewing pleasure are three distinctive, high-end gifts that average guys and gals probably won’ be able to scratch off their list:
The Segway is almost universally hailed as a luxury gift product. Since its initial introduction, this self-balancing human transporter has been a novelty item of the rich and well-to-do. (In fact, just a few years ago, the all-terrain model came with a price tag of nigh $5000 – for a used model, mind you.) These days, however, the price of various models has come down considerably, allowing more people than ever to enjoy the privilege and prestige of owning a Segway.
Heatwave Santa Fe Sauna
There’s nothing quite like being able to come home from a backbreaking day at the office and get into your own personal sauna, is there? What, you don’t have one? Pity… This 3-person sauna comes fully loaded, including a CD player (with built-in speakers and mp3 connection), color treatment light, ergonomic back rests, oxygen ionizer and much more. And at roughly $1800 per, it’s probably one of the more affordable luxury items in the marketplace.
Live Luggage Power-Assisted Suitcase
There are some things you just get used to when you spend time traveling by air: cramped seating, eating peanuts, and – at some point – making a mad dash through the airport trying to catch a flight, dragging your suitcase behind you. How great would it be if the suitcase could give you a hand? Well now it can: introducing the world’s first power-assisted suitcase. Completely loaded with tech – it has an anti-gravity handle, flat motor technologies, sensors and more – it’s an unprecedented gift whose time has comes. You won’t see many of these no matter how many flights you take – especially at a cost of $1200 each.
All in all, the three aforementioned items quite likely fall into the classification of really cool adult toys. Moreover, I may well have misstated the facts in saying that the average person in all probability can’t afford these things. In truth, he most likely can buy these items; he will just have precious little left to buy anything else… Irrespective, it is nice (not to mention just plain old human nature) to fantasize about things like this, so feel free to keep those dreams – and daydreams – alive.