The AirPods perhaps is the most popular pair of wireless headphones in the world today. Sure, there are far better wireless earbuds available and probably more expensive but the AirPods by Apple may have been the first to be really marketed aggressively. We’re not saying it is the best or the opposite. It’s just that we know for a fact some pairs offer better audio quality.
No matter what you think of the AirPods or even the pricier AirPods Pro, Apple still sells a lot of them. It is business as usual for the Cupertino company and a lot of Apple fans are still praising and spending money on the AirPods.
Luxury AirPods Pro for the Rich and You
There really is a market for AirPods. No wonder luxury brands are coming up with luxe accessories for the AirPods. Just the other day, we shared with you some of the latest Luxury AirPods Cases available from designer brands like Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Bottega Veneta, and Dior. Today, we are being shown what is believed to be the most expensive AirPods in the world.
Caviar has always been a name associated with luxury, gold, and anything expensive. Earlier this year, there was the Game of Thrones-themed Samsung Galaxy Fold by the Russian company, looking all very regal with all the gold embellishments. It was priced at $8,000 but believe it or not, the new Caviar AirPods Pro wireless headphones are even more expensive with a $67,000 price tag.
Is this 18-Karat Gold Pair Worth It?
The Caviar AirPods Pro pair is wrapped in 18-karat gold. It’s crazy but only one pair has been made…yet. We’re assuming the pair will be used with a golden or diamond-crusted iPhone 11. Caviar also made a golden iPhone 11 recently so they could be the perfect pair although we know they could be very heavy.
Caviar has only made one but no one is stopping you to buy or order one. If you have a lot of money, go ahead. If you don’t really care much about audio but care about how a gadget looks on you, then this is the perfect pair for you. It’s not the question of whether is it worth the price tag. The answer can be subjective but hey, you are free to judge or settle.