Outrageous luxury-catalog gifts
What if you had an unlimited budget for the holidays? See some of the priciest and most distinctive presents that money can buy.
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1) This is ridiculously lavish, but I guess that's the point of the article. Also, some of these price tags include a donation to different charities, so that's something at least...(though I feel like more could be donated from that high of price...*shrug*)
2) That Bob Kramer chef's knife is still awesome, but it's not Damascus steel. We don't know how to make Damascus steel. It's pattern welded, which is similar and also cool, but not quite the same.
for the Chef or kitchen knife enthusiast preview
The Chef Locker....Secure your steel
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Shopping at Costco saves money, even after paying the $55 membership fee, but comes at the price of buying in bulk and limited selection.