TAG Heuer Fuchsia MERIDIIST is the phone with water snake skin you'll probably never own

TAG Heuer Fuchsia MERIDIIST is the phone with water snake skin you'll probably never own
As expensive phones with ho-hum specs go, TAG Heuer Fuchsia MERIDIIST is pretty high on that list. No groundbreaking chipsets, curved displays, HD cameras or smart operating systems here - just stainless steel and a battery cover wrapped in the soothing skin of an Indonesian river snake (Acrochordus Javanicus, if you want to look it up).

It looks classy and screams of the quality person you are as much as a branded Swiss watch, so we have the sn(e)aking suspicion that TAG Heuer won't have much trouble moving those when they hit authorized resellers and company boutiques like the salon at Tverskoy in Moscow. The phone will appear in the first half of 2011, and might cost as much as you are ready to pay for it.

via Mobile-Review (translated)

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3. luis_lopez_351

Posts: 951; Member since: Nov 18, 2010

WHO CARES ;] THE STUPID PEOPLE PAYS SOMEONE ELSES SALARY...IT WAS MADE IN AMERICA RIGHT :o HAHAHA **>JK

2. VZWbamf

Posts: 61; Member since: Oct 11, 2009

I know the super rich need something to spend all their money on, but this is just pure idiocy! At least a Ferrari is actually a nice, fast car for costing as much as it does. This thing will probably cost $1,500 and might have been close to being cool 6 years ago. I dont care how much money you have, if you buy one of these, you are a moron!

1. PapaJay224

Posts: 866; Member since: Feb 08, 2009

these phones always look like crap, who has a bar phone anymore? do the super rich also want to look super stupid?

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