We guess they figure if you can fork over that much cash for gold staples, then you shouldn't mind tearing a bunch of tiny holes in your clothes to show them off. However, since you could just spend $5.50 on some identical-looking yellow (or blue or pink or green) staples on Amazon, this probably isn't the best way to get a big bang for your bougie buck.
If you have a hundred large lying around, or if your facial hair is the consistency of Kevlar, you might be in the market for the world's most expensive razor. It's made out of iridium, a substance that comes from meteorites and is so incredibly hard it's mostly used to make rocket engines. Obviously, the next best use for this material, right after propelling things into orbit, is removing hair from your body.
Zafirro Iridium After removing six digits from your bank account.
It's manufactured by Zafirro, who says their facial hedge clipper "pushes the boundaries of technology while creating an aesthetic that could be the centerpiece of a gallery collection." In other words, it's needlessly high-tech, but it's also kinda pretty. It's available only in limited quantities, probably because iridium is only available in limited quantities. If you're overburdened by a hundred grand and have questionable judgment, you can pre-order it on their website, and the purchase does include free service on the sapphire blades and pure platinum screws for 20 years. We assume the only shaving cream worthy of this little gem is made of jellied pearls stripped from the ocean's rarest clams, but Zafirro's website neither confirms nor denies this.