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£1.93 million iPhone 3GS Supreme Rose unveiled

£1.93 million iPhone 3GS Supreme Rose unveiled

By 14 January 2010

The Australian gold mining crowd clearly has more money than sense, as it's been revealed the iPhone 3GS Supreme Rose - a snip at £1.93 million - has been commissioned from the Goldstriker team. This version beats the previously commissioned iPhone 3GS... >>

£100k Nokia Supreme revealed

£100k Nokia Supreme revealed

By 8 January 2010

Following the iPhone Supreme, iPod touch Supreme, Wii Supreme and PS3 Supreme, the team behind Goldstriker has now revealed the Nokia Supreme. You know the drill by now - gadget gets covered in precious metal and gems resulting in an astronomical price... >>

£200k PS3 "Supreme" joins £300k Wii on the bonkers shelf

£200k PS3 "Supreme" joins £300k Wii on the bonkers shelf

By 23 December 2009

It was inevitable really. The Goldstriker team, guilty of previously producing a £1.92 million iPhone Supreme, three £139,995 iPod touch Supremes, and most recently the £300k Nintendo Wii Supreme have turned their Midas-tinged sights to the PS3. The... >>

£300k Nintendo Wii "Supreme" revealed

£300k Nintendo Wii "Supreme" revealed

By 17 December 2009

It seems that until someone makes them stop, the Goldstriker team intend to bling their way across the spectrum of popular consumer electronics. As well as attacking an iPhone with gold and diamonds and a similarly shiny end to three iPod touches, the... >>

iPod touch "Supreme" announced

iPod touch "Supreme" announced

By 7 December 2009

Following on from the news about the £1.92 million iPhone we brought you recently, the team behind Goldstriker have announced a decidedly more  affordable option with the launch of the iPod touch "Supreme" The whole body of the audio device has been... >>

iPhone 3GS Supreme priced at £1.92 million

iPhone 3GS Supreme priced at £1.92 million

By 26 November 2009

You're looking at the world's most expensive mobile phone, the iPhone 3GS "Supreme" as created by Goldstriker's Stuart Hughes. Commissioned by an anonymous Australian gold mining magnate, the handset was priced at £1.92 million and was 10 months in the... >>

Everton-themed blinged BlackBerry launches

Everton-themed blinged BlackBerry launches

By 22 October 2009

We've seen white Bolds, pink Bolds and yellow Bolds but now BlackBerry's popular smartphone has been given a serious case of the blues by Katherine Hughes of Republic Fashion. The Blackberry Royal Blue Edition is all about Everton football club and mixes... >>

Rose gold and pink diamond iPhone revealed

Rose gold and pink diamond iPhone revealed

By 13 July 2009

Yet another uber-luxurious phone is on offer with the news that four craftsmen have created a the world's first 18ct solid rose gold iPhone 3GS complete with copious amounts of diamonds. The luxury offering contains approximately 150 grams of 18ct rose... >>

£23k iPhone gets solid gold back

£23k iPhone gets solid gold back

By 30 April 2009

Just plating something in precious metals isn't enough to grab headlines anymore evidently, as one Liverpool-based designer has taken an iPhone to the next level. Stuart Hughes, the chap behind all the Goldstriker blinging that's been going on of late,... >>

Nokia Royal revealed

Nokia Royal revealed

By 28 January 2009

Nokia's Carbon Arte has been given the Goldstriker treatment with a platinum and diamond make-over to become the "Nokia Royal". 1160 diamonds - around 8.2 carats in all - adorn the mobile that gets its carbon fibre cover removed and replaced with solid... >>


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