Have enough cash to splurge but don’t know what to waste it on? Well, if you are a tech enthusiast and love gadgets, Apple’s diamond clad iPad from Camael Diamonds can be one option.
Camel Diamonds, London based company famous for expensive remakes of popular gadgets, has come up with diamond-encrusted iPad worth $1.2 million.
Customized iPad specifications
Touted as the world’s most expensive iPad, the tablet computer has been ornamented with 1 kilo of 18-carat gold and 300 carat worth of perfect diamonds.
“Our exclusive pieces are hand crafted by our own dedicated team of the finest traditional skilled artisans. Every stone is painstakingly incorporated into each customized product, ensuring you receive the ultimate in luxury.” — Camael
Further, black diamonds adorn Home button and Apple logo on the back. And if you don’t want diamonds, Camael will ornament it with other gems of your choice.
Other customized products
Apart from iPad, Camael’s exclusive ranges of exquisite handmade products include iPhones, Blackberrys, iPods, and car key fobs including Bentley, Ferrari, and Lamborghini.
Apart from diamonds and other precious stones, the devices can be customized with yellow gold, rose gold, and white gold.
For instance, the Camael’s iPhone 4 comes with over four ounces of solid yellow, rose, or white gold and is set with over 1000 VVS diamonds.
Likewise, the Blackberry Bold 9700 is customized with yellow, white, or rose gold plating on the rear of the phone. Further, the top, bottom, sides, and speaker are encrusted with 2130 VVS diamonds.
Wondering if the customized device will be a quality product? Rest assured, the company guarantees uniqueness, unrivaled quality, luxury, and style.
Camael Web site reads, “Our exclusive pieces are hand crafted by our own dedicated team of the finest traditional skilled artisans.
“Every stone is painstakingly incorporated into each customized product, ensuring you receive the ultimate in luxury.”
Further, the handcrafted product is individually inspected and certified by accredited UK Gemmological Office.
The company said that it has already received inquiries about customizing iPad.