1An Apollo 17 Astronaut Space Suit Replica
If you're expecting a fake and cheap ripoff copy, you're dead wrong, this is the real thing: a high end, museum quality, and perfectly accurate astronaut space suit. It's currently unavailable at Amazon, but you'll surely find it eventually again, once Apollo astronauts get old enough.
2A Battle Tank
At only $19,999.95, the JL421 Badonkadonk is the battle tank you're looking for. Designed with versatility in mind, the Donk can transport cargo or a crew of five internally or on the roof, and can be piloted from within the armored shell or from an exposed standing position through the hatch.
According to its maker, standard drive is an air-cooled, 6hp Tecumseh gasoline (unleaded only) engine, with centrifugal clutch, giving the Donk a top speed of 40 mph... "it is not licensed for use on public roads, and is intended as a recreational vehicle only. "
Badonkadonks are produced on an order-by-order basis, with each one having its own unique set of features. Unlimited consultations with the designer and manufacturer concerning all relevant options are included with your order (a representative from NAO will contact you shortly after your order). Price --of course, how could?-- does not include shipping and handling.
3The World's Largest Book
At $15K, you can buy a copy of the world's largest book: “Bhutan: A Visual Odyssey Across the Kingdom.” The 133-pound book is five by seven feet, 112 pages, needs a gallon of ink for printing, and costs $2,000 to produce. Each copy is built expressly for the recipient, is numbered, and can include a personal dedication message. Because the book is produced on demand for donors, it takes a month or two to be built. The collected money (about $100 per page) is a donation to "Friendly Planet."
4A Tiki Hut
Everyone knows the best place to buy Tiki Huts at $14k is online... just like the old days.
5A Radioactive sample of Uranium Ore
Yes, it's a radioactive sample of uranium ore. You would legitimately want to buy one to test geiger counters. Apparently, the reviewers on Amazon have not quite been using it for that purpose:
"Despite the fact that it comes in a can it is not cat food.
Does anyone know if there's a cure for sudden tentacles? The cat's huge and well, but doesn't really look much like a cat anymore."
“I purchased this product because I wanted to make a 5 megaton bomb to impress my neighbors at our fourth of July barbeque. Unfortunately, when all was said and done, I was embarrassed when the yield was less than 500 kt. No birds on fire, no boiling rivers, nothing.”
“My wife and I purchased this product for the expressed purpose of breeding an atomic superman. After a daily regimen of ingesting a tablespoon of this powder mixed with green tea along with her prenatal vitamins, my wife developed serious morning sickness and perished during childbirth."
6A Relaxation Capsule
Besides looking like a space ship, time capsule, or something else that doesn't belong in your house, the Relaxman Relaxation Capsule is simply odd. Designed in Switzerland, it's used throughout European spas today. Everything made in Switzerland is cool, you know. Once you hop into your capsule, the relaxation begins. No heat, sound, or light can get in, meaning you have the ideal therapeutic environment. While taking a nice nap on the body temperature heated water mattress, some soothing preprogrammed music and lights will ease you into a relaxed state. Even better, the capsule has a negative-ion environment, which ends up doing something positive to your body. Taking a nice 50 minute nap in the capsule can help fight off fatigue, jet lag, tension, sleep imbalance, depression, and anxiety.
Hold off on buying your new car, paying the mortage, and buying a fancy new MacBook, because if you want a Relaxman for yourself, it's going to cost you $40,000 plus an outrageous shipping fee. Not quite as relaxing, but definitely more entertaining are the reviews for the Relaxman on Amazon.
721' Preferred Aluminum Bleachers with 10 Rows
For only $13,449 and 6 cents, you can get these handsome bleachers delivered at home. Our cheering fans seemed to be quite comfortable on them while waiting for Oddee's updates.
8A Million-dollar Certified Diamond
At exactly $1,063,875 this diamond is cut to extremely exacting proportions of depth, diameter, and angles that allow for maximum brilliance (white light returning to the eye), dispersion (the play of colors you see in a diamond's reflections), and scintillation (sparkling flashes that are seen when the stone, light source, or viewer moves). Diamonds with an "ideal cut" grade, such as this, are more rare and costly than a diamond with a "Very Good" or "Good" cut grade... but of course, it comes at a price that shouldn't be very easy to pay by credit card.
9A Wooden Toilet Throne
Feast your eyes upon a toilet made for the king inside you, a true throne. A throwback to the medieval era of knights, castles and fairy tale romance, this throne toilet with French Merovingian style (8th century) is highlighted by hand painted earthenware accessories. At over $12k, it'll receive the most expensive sh*t you ever had!
10A 2003 US Five Cent coin
A nickel for $4.55 seems a bit excessive, don't you think? Pretty sure you can get this for something like 9100% less elsewhere. But we want to emphasize that this is a great product. We own several nickels ourselves and find that they constantly come in handy...