Skip to main content
  1. Tech
  2. Games
  3. Consoles

Nintendo Wii Supreme to cost almost $500,000!

 
Does the person on your Christmas list this year have everything related to video games? There is one item on the market that if purchased would sure to be one of a kind. That is the new Nintendo Wii system that was produced by a British designer, Stuart Hughes, who is famous for the plating that he does to everyday things. His most notable plating range from plating consumer products such as Apple iPods and the Nokia Royal smart phone in gold and silver. “The Nintendo Wii Supreme” was introduced earlier this week, being called “officially the most unique and expensive in the world.” Although proving its uniqueness is impossible, there is no denying the fact that it is the most expensive. The Supreme system is being sold for around 300,000 Pounds, which is roughly half a million dollars.

The system itself is covered in 2,500 grams of solid 22ct gold. The front buttons are covered in 78 quarter-carat flawless diamonds, which total to be almost 20ct in weight. It took six months to create this and thus there are only three in existence. So, if you’re in the market to drop a half million on that special someone here is a gift that they are sure to have never dreamed of.

If by some chance you’re not in the market to spend that much or think that this is the most ridiculous thing you have ever heard of. Don’t worry, Hughes does offer some other creations of his for a lot cheaper. How about an iPhone plated in solid gold for about $37,000, or a platinum-diamond incrusted iPhone for about $40,000.

Happy Holidays and, by the way, operators are standing by to take orders at Hughes.
 

For more info:  Check out the articles above.

Comments

Advertisement

Don't Miss

  • Unity
    'Assassin's Creed Unity' preview: Ubisoft comes home to its urban origins
    Games Preview
  • Kindle
    The new 'Kindle Unlimited' program could cause legal troubles for Amazon.com
    Video
    Tech Buzz
  • Destiny
    The 'Destiny' beta: 7 things we absolutely love about Bungie's new franchise
    Games Feature
  • iOS Backdoors
    iOS backdoors: Hidden items found in 600 million devices, is Apple spying on us?
    Headlines
  • Far Cry
    'Far Cry 4' exclusive: Animals, avalanches, oxygen, side content and much more
    Games Interview
  • iPhone Handle
    A young inventor thinks all iPhones should come with one of these gadgets
    Video
    Headlines