Ever wondered what you'd buy for Christmas if money was no object? We have a feeling it might be something off this list. Discover some of the most extravagant gadgets money can buy, below - but just don't expect to find any of these under the tree on Christmas Day
Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45 Full Diamond Smartwatch
If the regular, £1,950 Tag Heuer Connected Modular smartwatch isn't extravagant enough for you, the watch expert has released a seriously premium 18K white gold version encased in 589 diamonds.
First revealed at the exclusive Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie Genève 2018 watch show, this diamond covered smartwatch will set you back a whopping £155,000. Apart from its seriously flashy exterior however, the tech inside is exactly the same as the standard Connected Modular watch, which runs on Android Wear 2.0 and features an AMOLED screen, Intel processor and offers Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.
Samsung Class 105S9 Curved 4K TV
When it comes to 105-inch, curved 4K TVs, we're not even sure that even Santa has enough reindeer-power for delivery. While this eye-popping telly is unlikely to fit in your average living room (never mind under the tree), this exceptional TV really will deliver the most cinematic and immersive viewing experience ever.
11 million pixels have been packed inside the screen, alongside an auto depth enhancer, UHD dimming technology and UHD Upscaling for the most defined picture possible. A visit from a Samsung engineer is also included in the price, so the new TV can be installed correctly in your home.
Sony LSPX-A1 Projector
Sony chose the highly-anticipated CES 2018 event to unveil its astonishing £22,000 4K projector. Known as the 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector (or the LSPX-A1), you simply need to place the device 9.6 inches away from a wall to see the image projected. You can adjust the image size, but Sony's new projector can display up to a staggering 120 inches.
It's the ultimate gadget for those wanting an impressive home theatre setup, and thanks to an innovative design it won't look out of place either. Resembling a modern coffee table, the projector has an elegant marble top, a mirrored aluminium frame and a wooden shelf that sits nicely beneath the project itself.
800 D3 from Bowers and Wilkins
Think you're serious about music? If you're after a speaker that can really do your favourite songs justice, look no further than the 800 D3 from Bowers and Wilkins. There's nothing quite like it, and for £23,760 a pair, it should come as no surprise that you'll experience out-of-this-world sound no matter what you listen to.
What makes the 800 D3 so special? Every single element has years of acoustic expertise behind it, crafted to offer an unrivalled performance. Diamond dome tweeters have been added to deliver an incredibly natural-sounding treble, the turbine head is the perfect shape for sound dispersion and both the continuum cone and aerofoil cone work together to offer an amazing bass and prevent break-up behaviour. What's more, it has a seriously stylish design that's compact enough to be suitable for the home - great news if you're lucky enough have the cash to splash.
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