What strikes me about this gold-plated vacuum cleaner isn’t really the gold part – it’s the fact that it’s been made to look like the cheap, old style of vacuum cleaner that usually ends up stuffed in a remote corner of the garage, with a frayed cord and probably a part or two missing.
I’m just saying, if you’re going to go luxury, go all the way.
Either way, this vacuum only looks flimsy – it’s made of the right stuff to earn the title of the world’s most expensive vacuum cleaner. The entire thing is plated with 24 karat gold, which, as it turns out, is enough gold to push the asking price up above $1 million.
But come on, it doesn’t even have a hose attachment! Maybe those responsible are just assuming that the wealthy don’t know quite as much about house cleaning as everyone else. In that case, I guess they might have a point.
If you just don’t care about money at all, and have a lot of it, the title of owner of the world’s most expensive vacuum can belong to you for the low, low price of $1,299,440.