Gallery: $1 Million 24-Carat Gold Vacuum Cleaner Defines Wretched Exces...


There are mainly pointless designed object in the world, but this has got to top the list of wretched excess. has created a 24-carat gold vacuum cleaner that comes with the hefty price tag of $1 million. If you can afford to buy this contraption, the chances that you do your own house cleaning are very, very slim.

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  1. BobbyDigi2012 July 5, 2012 at 11:34 pm

    This is such a publicity stunt it’s not even funny, in fact I totally agree with the writer of this article that Justin Haver at govacuum is living in a different world. To say that this idea came to while he was using the bathroom (or a golden shower perhaps) shows that he is a pot head, or just plain out of this world. This is actually just a Royal 1030Z painted with gold. The actual cost of manufacturing this “golden vacuum” is less then $3,000 according to an engraving shop owner who commented on another article, at a time when our economy is in shambles, and 10% of Americans are out of work, or struggle to put food on their tables is distasteful at least, disgusting at best.

    If they really do have a “million dollar vacuum” why haven’t they shot a video on YouTube yet? The only images shown by this company have been photoshoped images (download it for yourself and see layers) of a Royal 1030Z,, which retails for $399.

    This is nothing more then a Shameless publicity stunt thought up after the car in India that was made of Ruby’s and jewels. I did however like fhe rap song, that was probably the most expensive aspect of the GV62711.

  2. jamesjonney July 4, 2012 at 7:55 am

    It looks really great. This gold vacuum clean is really good.

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