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The World's Most Expensive Exotic Vacuum (VIDEO)

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Want to feel like a million bucks while you're vacuuming your house? Well, you're in luck!

Just Haver, VP of sales and marketing for Go Vacuum -- an online retailer of vacuum cleaners that has been around since 1996 -- has manufactured a set of 100 24-carat gold-plated vacuum cleaners, each with a price tag of $1 million.

If you think paying a million dollars for a vacuum cleaner is ridiculous, just wait 'till you hear how Haver came up with the idea for the million dollar cleaning tool. According to, Haver conceived of the idea for a million dollar, gold-plated vacuum while shuffling to his bathroom, his half-asleep eyes blinded by a golden light. (We're serious!).

Making matters worse, the expensive vacuum cleaner is being promoted with an equally ridiculous rap song that goes something like this: "Go Vacuum's $1 million dollar/is gonna make you holler/forget the other vacuums man/don't even bother/clean up your house in golden style/do you follow? Only 100 available/ they may be gone tomorrow." (YIKES!).

It took him about six months to manufacture them, but now Haver has 100 vacuum cleaners, each priced at $1 million. "The status and exclusivity of owning a vacuum like this can't be measured in dollar and cents," says Haver, whose $1 million dollar vacuum cleaners come equipped with a 10 amp motor, a 14-inch wide cleaning nozzle, and anti-marring urethane wheels.

But considering that you can pay $60 bucks for another person to clean your house, and that you can get a vacuum cleaner for as low as $21.00 on, Haver's million dollar dust-suckers might be a hard sell.

But what do you think? Does Haver's idea suck? What's the most you'd pay for a vacuum cleaner?


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