23rd October 2018

Saving a few pounds here and there is the norm for the most of us, and the buying of luxury items are usually saved for very special occasions, mainly birthdays or anniversaries, perhaps a new car, some expensive jewellery and you know, gold flake toilet paper! No? Well, believe it or not, it does exist- and the price will certainly have you rolling your eyes!

The setting for the world’s most expensive toilet paper was dreamed up in sunny Australia by a company called “Toilet Paper Man” and was originally designed as an advertising campaign, however, was up for sale shortly after! The Creation took over four years of meticulous piecing together of golden flakes to create the one single roll.

 

This 22-carat gold toilet paper is described by the seller as being able to fall onto the floor and wipe your behind taking you to another level of sophistication.

The Toilet Paper Man describes the toilet paper as an “uber-luxurious” product, saying: ‘This is the most expensive toilet paper roll in the world” So how much actually is it then you ask. Well, the 22-carat gold toilet paper roll will set you back a whopping $1.5 Million (that’s £1,133,010)!

 

Now to put that into perspective, for $1.5 Million or around  £1,133,010 could buy you, a New York City apartment ($1.1 million) of which is 794 square feet with views of downtown Manhattan, or perhaps cars are more your style, what about a Jaguar C-X75 Supercar ($1.1 million) with a carbon-fiber body, that can do 0 to 100 mph in under 6 seconds. But maybe with all that money, you simply need some peace and quiet, well, for $1 million you can buy a Lagoon Caye in Belize, an oval 13-acre island with 7,000 square feet of Caribbean Sea frontage and 5,000 square feet of interior lagoon frontage.

 

Would you get some gold flake toilet paper? Well, if you don’t fancy throwing your money straight down the toilet then why not take a look at our luxury range of mobile toilets! They are perfect for that extra level of luxury and won’t have you spending $1.5 million!

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