Amazon is known for being one of the best places to find inexpensive versions of almost anything; see some of the most recent tech deals here. But that doesn’t mean that there aren’t expensive things to buy, too.
Below are some of the most expensive electronics, books, and more that you can get on Amazon. Even if you don’t plan to buy these items, it’s still interesting to learn what they do and why they’re so pricey. Plus, the comments are always a blast to sift through (spoiler: most people comment just to make fun of how much the item costs).
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Amazon’s Most Expensive Electronics
LG 77-inch 8K Smart OLED TV (2020 Model)
LG sells this oversized Alexa-enabled smart TV for over $16k.
Klipsch Heritage Klipschorn Speakers
The black ash and walnut varieties are usually listed for over $15k.
GYZCZX External HDD
This is a black, 4 TB, USB 3.0 external hard drive that’ll cost you over $1,200.
Amazon’s Most Expensive Books
Books aren’t priced because of the number of pages they have or the cool artwork inside. Often, a highly priced eBook or physical book is priced as such because of its author or subject.
Construction Law: Volume III (eBook)
This Kindle book can be rented for just over $150, depending on the end date, but it’s often available for purchase for over $600.
Amazon’s Most Expensive Watches, Clothes, and More
Amazon Fashion houses the site’s collection of clothes and similar items. Sub of the subcategories through that link include watches, shoes, bags, and more.
Graff Halo Haute Joaillerie Green Emerald Pavee
At under $100k, this is an 18k black-white-gold analog watch with emeralds. For a discount, check out this $26k Rolex for men.
KGEZW Large-Capacity Universal Suitcase
This 22-inch “multi-function” luggage is around $5,000, but you can only get it in one color.
GXP Heavy Duty Storage Shed
Usually listed for over $10k. It’s 9’2″W X 6’1″D X 7’1″H.
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