Getting to the airport is a pain in the arse. Helicopter rides are fun and fast. Ridesharing apps are booming. Do you see where we are going with this? New York has an on-demand helicopter service, and Gizmodo got front seat access into the madness.
Got a few hundred quid burning in your pocket? A soft spot for classic gaming, and a love of Ray Parker Jr.? Then eBay seller ultimatecustoms1982 has a convenient way to scratch all three of those itches at once with this custom-made original NES console shoe-horned inside of a die-cast replica of the Ghostbusters' Ecto-1.
The gaudy diamond-encrusted version of the Apple Watch comes courtesy of Mervis, who are no strangers to this kind of rampant publicity stunt, having pulled the same shit with a £12,000 iPad. This thing will set you back nearly £20k. Don't do it. We know you were tempted, moneybags.
It's OK to desire the finer things in life, but at what point do you draw the line between luxury and exorbitance? Probably somewhere well before this insane 200-foot long mega-yacht from CRN called the J'ade, which features a built-in garage that smaller boats can drive right into.