A Russian extravagance merchandise brand has made the AirPods Max’s $550 sticker price resemble a deal.
Caviar, which has some expertise in taking standard items and putting an excessive turn on them, has uncovered a “strong gold” variant of the headphones that will retail for an eye-popping $108,000.
The top of the line jars are plated in “unadulterated 750 gold,” as indicated by the Caviar site, with earpads that are shrouded in crocodile leather. The headphones, which regularly don’t have such a logo, will highlight Caviar’s seal on each side.
Caviar says that the extravagance headphones will be “delivered in a solitary piece around the world,” showing that provisions will be restricted.
Apple divulged the AirPods Pro in an unexpected declaration recently.
The $549 headphones are valued altogether higher than leader models from Bose and Sony, with Apple promising that the “custom acoustic plan” of the AirPods Max will “convey a definitive individual listening experience.”