Brikk Lux iPhone Xs and Xs Max Collection

Brikk Unveiled A Range Of Super Luxe iPhone XS and XS Max

Remember the Carbon edition iPhone Xs and Xs Plus from Brikk we saw days ahead of Apple’s announcement? Well, the purveyor of opulent gadget, Brikk, now a whole range of luxe up 2018 iPhones for Scrooge McDuckians to choose from and also, we have their respective pricing too. Well, not that richie rich would be bother by the pricing anyways. Anywho, Brikk is also offering the 2018 iPhones, namely iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max, in ‘regular gold’ (24K yellow or 18K rose) and 950 platinum with Brikk’s signature repeating heptagon pattern, along with a super cool ceramic white edition that also features the signature heptagon pattern.

Brikk Lux iPhone Xs and Xs Max Ingot
Lux iPhone Xs and Xs Max Ingot

There is also a black ceramic version, along with a super ostentatious edition that screams “I-am-filthy-rich” called Lux iPhone Xs and Xs Max Ingot. The Ingot really is the ultimate in opulent iPhone. It is the only of its kind in the world, featuring 250g and 313g of 22K gold on the Xs and Xs Max, respectively. They are literally heavy with gold. As the name suggested, the entire back of the phone looks like an ingot. Each phone features an assay certified solid ingot of gold that is produced and finished using minting technology. And the price? It starts at a grand $74,995.

If the ingot is a little too much for you, whether financially or opulence, you can look to the rest of the line up which starts at a ‘more affordable’ $9,995. As for the rest of the new collection, i.e. the ceramic and carbon collections, here are the details:

The Lux iPhone Xs and Xs Max Carbon

Brikk Lux iPhone Xs and Xs Max Carbon
Brikk Lux iPhone Xs and Xs Max Carbon
Exquisite craftsmanship using rare solid blocks of carbon. Same material available as an upgrade on the 2018 Lamborghini models. Very lightweight and strong. Gold Heptagon and Brikk logos forged into carbon surface. Choose from 24k gold or black metallic finish for sides and buttons. Multiple diamond logo upgrades are available. Starting at $9,995.00.

The Lux iPhone Xs and Xs Max Ceramic White

Brikk Lux iPhone Xs and Xs Max Ceramic White
Lux iPhone Xs and Xs Max Ceramic White
Solid white zirconium ceramic is built into this phone. The shiny surface is extremely scratch and dirt resistant and one of the most advanced materials available on earth. 24k gold coating for sides and buttons. Multiple diamond logo upgrades are available. Starting at $12,995.00

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The Lux iPhone Xs and Xs Max Ceramic Black

Brikk Lux iPhone Xs and Xs Max Ceramic Black
Lux iPhone Xs and Xs Max Ceramic Black
24k gold coating or Black PVD finish for sides and buttons. Multiple diamond logo upgrades are available. Starting at $12,995.00.

Additionally, Brikk has also two other luxury versions of the new iPhones that are opulence in a different way. The first is the Royal Jade edition featuring real jade. And there is the Celestial edition which is made using the Henbury Meteorite which landed in Australia in 1931.

Here’s the official description:

“The lux iPhone x celestial is made using the Henbury meteorite which landed in Australia in 1931. slices from this iron meteorite display what is known as widmanstätten patterns: a stunningly intricate lattice formed as the molten asteroid core of a meteorite slowly cools. these patterns cannot be found in any rocks native to earth. available in two styles, the double and the omni.”

Those two iPhones made with exotic materials are not for every richie rich. The Royal Jade costs between $39,995 and $99,995, and the Celestial edition has a starting price of $49,995 and may cost as much as $3,000,000. Yup. That’s 3-freaking-million right there. Both Royal Jade and Celestial editions are not available online; they are available only through Brikk Concierge.

So, there you have it. The not-so-cool-anymore iPhone made cool again through the Midas of touch of the folks over at Brikk. Needless to say, these are iPhones reserve only for the super rich. I am not. So, if you may, I shall excuse myself here.

All images courtesy of Brikk.