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By Christina DesMarais, PCWorld |  Hardware, digital cameras, slideshow

Blinged Out: Ulysse Nardin Chairman

If you hear the words “Guinness World Record for most expensive mobile phone” and think, “How can I get one of those?” then look no further than the limited-edition Ulysse Nardin Chairman 1007.01.

Hand-set with more than 3000 diamonds amounting to a total of 17 carats, the Chairman also boasts high-end features such as a thumbprint reader for unlocking the phone, a 3.2-inch sapphire crystal display, and a mechanical watch rotor on the back plate. You also get 32GB of internal storage and an 8-megapixel camera.

And the price? This phone will set you back a cool $130,000, and you’ll still have to wait seven months for the company to assemble it by hand.

Ulysse Nardin Chairman 1007.01 | $130,000

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