This hybrid of iPhone 14 Pro Max and Rolex costs a whopping €138,880
Luxury customization brand Caviar has released an iPhone 14 Pro model set with a Rolex Daytona. Its price is exorbitant, but the few models available should easily find takers.
In conclusion of our test, we declare that the iPhone 14 Pro Max presents too strong an additional cost for too wise improvements. Caviar, a collective of creators/modders of luxury objects, has of course heard the message. The Caviar Daytona is an iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone Pro Max in which a Rolex Daytona watch is set. Various decorations, each more luxurious than the other, have been added. Pimped in this way, the iPhone 14 Pro Max presents a really too strong additional cost, at €138,880and offers totally delirious improvements.
It’s well known, iPhones lose their value more slowly than other smartphones. Rolex watches, on the other hand, gain over time: they are collector’s items. Could it be then that placing €138,880 in the Caviar Daytona could, in the long term, bring in money? Nobody knows. But if you don’t know what to do with such a sum, it is probably better to put it in this smartphone than to put everything in a cryptocurrency scam and lose everything.
Caviar Daytona’s iPhone 14 Pro Max will no doubt become a collector’s item
Ostentatious is no longer even a sufficient word to define this object: the artisans of Caviar have mounted the case of a Rolex Daytona in a titanium case designed for iPhone 14 Pro. On the back, there are three sub-dials. They overlook the case of the famous Swiss watch. This is 40mm in diameter. Its chronograph dial with three black totalizers is set with 8 diamonds, every hour (excluding quarter-hours). At the very bottom, there are two-way switches reminiscent of those on the dashboards of old fighter planes. These elements are strictly decorative, but they are made of the purest gold, at 18 carats.
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As it should be, the Daytona de Caviar is an exclusive product. Only three copies were produced. As what is rare is expensive, these should quickly find their buyers. Remember that a Rolex Cosmograph Daytona in yellow gold version costs €39,100, and that an iPhone 14 Pro Max costs €2,438 at the most.