What do you get the high end traveler that has everything? Fox News says that when you’re “going to pretend to pay big money,” you need to go after high-end brand names and their takes on travel necessities.
Take, for example, the Elsa Peretti men’s razor (pictured at Tiffany & Co. Sheathed in ruthenium, it’ll set you back nearly $500 before tax. The metal means it won’t tarnish, and the shape does look easy to hold in the hand. It takes Gillette Mach 3 and Mach 3 Turbo razor cartridges for simplicity’s sake.
There are also the wrap-around video sunglasses that have been around forever. Costing a few hundred dollars, they look like Oakley’s headphone/earphones but project any video source with a composite output. Other goodies that might turn the eye include all-leather carry-ons from Ferrari and other makers that run in the low thousands of dollars range
And, just on the off chance that there are non-millionaires that read the NileGuide Blog, here are a few alternatives: The stock Mach 3 razor for men and women costs less than $20 with cartridges included. A military-spec duffel bag will last for years, as long as you don’t mind it not matching your outfit. And tablets or DVD players can be had for a hundred dollars or so, and play movies themselves.