Luxury Instant Noodles – Harrods Posh Pot Noodle

Famous UK department store Harrods has launched a luxury Pot Noodle – the Posh Noodle sells for £29.95 with all the proceeds going to charity. To add to the exclusivity, only a limited quantity of 100 are made. The vegetarian-friendly posh noodle comes in a hand-flocked and gold-leafed pot. It also comes with a fork and table linen. Source : …

The Most Expensive Coffee Machine in the World

This bling encrusted Nespresso Crystal Coffee Machine from Goldstriker International must be a contender. Features include: • Encrusted with 3100 original Swarovski crystals complete in the colour crystal • Width: 22.6 cm depth: 23 cm height: 23 cm • Weight: 4,50 kg Power: 1260 Watts • Cup warmer in aluminum • Removable grill for the preparation of Latte Macchiato It …

The most expensive TV ad ever made…

For £10 million ($20 million), this is the most expensive advert and not because of some highest paid model flashing a million dollar smile or hour glass figure. In fact the ad features hundreds of villagers who have no clue about acting or film making. However latest in the series of ‘Good Things Come to Those Who Wait’ ads, ‘Tipping …

$35 Movie Tickets – Cinemas of the Future

The question is: would you pay $35.00 a ticket for one movie? Even if each complex will have theaters with digital projection to screen 2-D and 3-D movies, 40 reclining armchair seats, the ones with footrest, just like home? Except these seats have a service button to call a waiter. Why? Because patrons will be able to have made-to-order meals …

World’s Most Expensive Mobile Phone

Just recently the World’s Most Expensive Mobile Phone, the GoldVish “Piece Unique” was launched in London and here are some exclusive pictures of the same. The mobile phone, which is part of the GoldVish collection, costs one million euro ($1.6 million). The collection offers five different diamond upgrades made of at least 150 grams of 18 karat solid gold and …

Restaurant table with built-in 3D LCD screen

Have you ever been to a restaurant serving exotic foods and felt lost while ordering from the list of strange dishes spelt before you on the menu card? A few days back, we were talking about Conceptic, an Israeli start-up company that installed the e-menu options in pubs, their popular sushi bars and the family restaurants. Now, TEC Japan has …