Al Nakheel Properties and the Trump Organization announced Monday that one of the two exclusive penthouses in Trump International Hotel & Tower on Palm Jumeirah will be breaking property records by selling for more than $30 million (The earlier record was $12 million for a penthouse at the Burje Tower, Dubai).
The two towers of the Trump International Hotel & Tower, scheduled for completion in 2011, will form the gateway to Palm Jumeirah, the offshore development that will co-host a permanent residence for the Cirque du Soleil and the retired QE2 cruise liner, along with hotels, apartments and villas.
The Lexon Around Clock, by designer Anthony Dickens makes the three arm traditional timepiece into a much more simple dial: this is an analogue clock showing time by the cylinder rotation and use the red wire to identify time.
At a size of 11 x 5.5cm, the Anthony Dickens design is available in both black and white. Priced at $45, this is the perfect inexpensive gift for your friends!
Goldstriker sent yesterday “exclusive” preview image of their coming soon version of the iPhone 3G to the most influent bloggers.
The 24 carat gold 3G iPhone is expected to launch in July, and will start from $800 for the 8gb gold edition and rise to Â£1,000 ($2,000) for the 24ct gold & diamond edition.
The Apple Logo will house 53 cut bright white diamonds totaling 0,36 carat in weight.
The world’s most expensive water can be found 2,000 feet down off the coast of Hawaii and is bottled by Hawaii Deep Marine. Called Kona Nigari, this water is a seawater mineral concentrate that should be mixed with regular water.
Japanese consumers are paying top dollar for desalinated Hawaiian deep-sea water being marketed as a dietary supplement that aids weight loss, stress reduction, skin tone and digestion. The water is high in minerals and believed free of modern contaminants. Since it’s in the deep sea, it doesn’t have any effects from air or water pollution.
At this time, only 2 ounces of Kona Nigari costs $33.50 USD ($2,144 per gallon!) and 80,000 bottles are shipped to Japan every day.
The business has grown large enough that Hawaii Governor Linda Lingle decided to issue an official Hawaii deep-sea water certificate. The state will charge 3 cents a bottle to use a logo to distinguish Hawaiian seawater from Japanese-produced seawater.
At $100,000, the Ovei Pod offers you an enclosed space to watch, play and relax according to its makers.
Unveiled at CEDIA EXPO 2008 in the UK, designed by Lee McCormack and engineered by Mclaren Applied Technologies, each capsule is bespoke and hand crafted to client specifications.
Users will be able to set it up with any kit they want from a PS3 to Xbox to media server as well as choosing the colour and interior.
on 25th June 2008 | No Comments »
For the first time ever, you can own your very own luxury submarine. The Phoenix 1000 makes underwater travel for adventure-seeking billionaires a reality.Phoenix 1000 is the biggest and luxurious private submarine ever designed. It is the top of the line model produced by U.S. Submarines Inc., the first company to bring luxury submarines to the commercial market.
The 65-meter personal luxury submarine has 460 sq meters (5,000 square feet) of interior space on four levels and is able to dive up to 1,000 feet. The Phoenix is capable of making trans-Atlantic crossings at 16 knots yet can dive along the route and explore the continental margins of some of the most fascinating waters on earth.
And unlike surface yachts, when the water gets rough, the submarine can submerge into a perfectly smooth and quiet environment, continuing on toward its destination, assuring long journeys in most luxurious and comfortable way.
On board, it offers accommodation for around 12 guests divided into 6 cabins with private bathrooms; while on the main deck have a fantastic deck saloon from which they can admire the unusual and fascinating landscapes of navigation in depth. The luxury amenities include Jacuzzis, gyms, wine cellars and the clients even have the option of going for a basketball court.
The uppermost level of the vessel is the flying bridge. This area is similar to its equivalent area on most yachts, with the exception of the fact that the materials selected can stand immersion.
The utmost depth is reached 305 meters but if you want to go down even more, the integrated docking mini-sub can take 8 passengers to an extreme 610 metres below the surface. Additionally, in the unlikely event of an emergency at depth, the minisub could be used to take passengers and crew to the surface.
The estimated price of the Phoenix is $78 million and this luxurious undersea vehicle takes about three years to build.