Monster's limited luxury smartphone chargers and headphones on sale at London's Harrods
Monster, purveyor of rather expensive electronics, has unveiled a collection of 10 PowerCard smartphone chargers, five made of 24K gold and five of platinum. Each charger has an individual number and ships with a special "presentation case". Well, you weren't planning to carry one with you on the street, were you? Though, we have to admit, that would have been impossibly #swag.
The golden variant retails for $1992 (£1,200), while the platinum one goes for $2158 (£1,300). They fit in a wallet and carry a 1650mAh charge, which is enough to juice a smartphone in dire situations, and about 1350mAh less than what the first charger to pop up in our Amazon search offers for around $1979 and $2145 less, respectively.
The luxury chargers are available exclusively at renowned British upmarket store Harrods, until April 11. On your way there, you can pick up Monster's DiamondZ headphones in a special rose-gold color scheme, too. That would be only $415 (£249.95) a pair.
1. Arte-8800 (Posts: 3086; Member since: 13 Mar 2014)
monster are and have better sound than HYPED BEATS audio
and other headphones have better sampling rayes ad bass dynamic as low as 14db
but then again this looks unique
3. KParks23 (Posts: 445; Member since: 13 Oct 2010)
Sennheiser and Sony FTW! All you trolls enjoy ur skullcandy hahaha ;)
2. lucid.brat (Posts: 80; Member since: 09 Sep 2013)
If I nt wrong monster used to make beats headphone bt last year they both split..plz correct me if i'm wrong i'm nt sure ant this bt I know monster quality is much better than beats
4. SleepingOz (unregistered)
Monster's products are overpriced pos.