December 14, 2010
1 Villain Chair
2 Pure Platinum Cube Puzzle
3 The Batmobile
4 Seabreacher X Watercraft
5 Giant Mathmos Lava Lamp
If you are wondering how to outshine your loved one in locating and purchasing the most luxurious Christmas gift available, then you may be tempted by one of Firebox.com’s new range of highly extravagant Christmas gifts.
From a flame throwing Batmobile to a watercraft mimicking the actions of a real-life dolphin, the ‘WTF’ – ‘What the Firebox’ range exudes in extravagance and luxury, and guarantees to make the present unwrapping of Christmas 2010 a memorable one. Below is a snippet of the best this highly delectable range of luxurious Christmas gift collection has to offer.
Just sitting on this huge swivel chair handmade from chrome, steel and with 20 padded leather facets on formed aluminium, one feels compelled to fantasize they are a villain from a Bond movie or perhaps even Scarface (Al Pacino) himself. Costing approximately $7,230 it easy to gage why this incredibly luxurious chair has been ingeniously named the ‘villain Chair’.
Pure Platinum Cube Puzzle
Rubik’s Cubes have for decades been popular Christmas stocking fillers and possess a unique longevity rare to many other gadgets. Although, a cube made from pure platinum and costing $160,700 takes the Rubik’s Cube from a being regular and inexpensive stocking filler to a gift that emanates lavishness, affluence and extravagance.
This officially licensed 1966 Batmobile replica has all the futuristic and technologically avant-garde features the original Batmobile possesses, including a flame-thrower from the rear and a glistening aluminium roll-top dashboard. This outrageously fun Christmas gift is great for big kids and costs approximately $150,000.
Seabreacher X Watercraft
Resonant of a life-sized dolphin, which can jump, roll and dive both on the water’s surface and under water, and reach speeds of up to 50mph and 25mph retrospectively, this two-seater submersible watercraft is a must for all water-loving, white-knuckle ride junkies. The Seabreacher X Watercraft is powered by a Rotax engine and has been approved for recreational use by the US coastguard. With this amount of fun at stake, we reckon the Seabreacher is worth every cent of its $104,400 price tag.
Giant Mathmos Lava Lamp
Similar to the Rubik’s Cube, lava lamps have long been a popular choice of Christmas gift. Although costing approximately $3,800 and being 2 meters tall and 20cm in diameter, the Giant Mathmos Lava Lamp will achieve an atmosphere of tranquility, romanticism and intrigue, distinct from the less ‘elaborate’ of lava lamps.