The global economy is a mess, but the personal submarine economy? Not so much.
That's because the world’s super-rich aren't afraid to fork over money for outrageous toys and gadgets (you know, trickle-down economics, etc.). From black diamond nail polish to designer kids clothing, the rich continue to shell out cash for wildly unnecessary items, even in the face of a number of global crises.
Zero Gravity Wedding: $18,000
You'll literally float on air when you fly in this Boeing 727 with your friends and family. Guests will experience 20 to 30 second periods of weightlessness over and over again.
World's Smallest Revolver: $6,741.35
This gun holds the Guinness World Record for smallest functional revolver. The weight? Less than an ounce.
Bulletproof Clipboard: $44.99
Take notes and protect yourself from enemies with this clipboard.
Radio Control Flying Superhero: $345
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a flying simulation of Superman!
Bowling Ball Billiards: $39,000
It's like pool and bowling had a very complicated and very expensive baby.
Self-Controlled Tow Boat: $17,000
Water skiing has now gone from a group event to a solo endeavor.
Fighter Spaceship Bed: $18,000
Built especially for you, this Star Wars-inspired bed will be made to your personal specifications.
Flying Car: $350,000
What looks like the tiniest airplane of all time is actually a flying car.
Royal Toilet Throne: $11,977.50
People rich enough to afford these wild products are sure to want a pricey toilet to match.
Sailboat Playhouse: $52,000
For the child who has it all: a pirate ship for the backyard.
Chocolate Human Skull: $375
A classic treat with a macabre twist.
Personal Submarine: $2,000,000
Why scuba dive when you can check out the deep sea life from the comfort of your personal submarine?
Giant Gumball Machine: $3,900
This gumball machine holds 14,450 gumballs. Jealous?
Mini USB Powered Chainsaw: $59.99
This laptop-powered chainsaw actually works.
Dolphin Power Boat: $65,000
With this boat, buyers can feel the freedom of flying through the water (and the air) like a dolphin.
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