Coated with diamonds, the worlds most expensive sleeve has been designed by Coverbee (a Dutch company known for its fashionable laptop sleeves). Made of more than 8,800 diamonds, the company promises that each of these are graded VS clarity and F in color. If you really insist, Coverbee will even be happy to provide unique certificates of origin for each diamond.
Peter can Soldt, the CEO of Coverbee admits, We are a little crazy here, but only thanks to this attitude we can design brilliant products. History has proven that the more extravagant and crazy the product is, the more likely it is that there will be someone out there who appreciates it and will want to buy it. Besides… accessories have always been popular across all cultures and ages, and so has fine jewellery. This makes our new Diamond Laptop Sleeve design a must-have for collectors!
Coverbee got inspired by the success of the I am Rich iPhone app which was a surprising success. The designers of the world’s most expensive sleeve took two years to come up with this sleeve. This was because they initially needed a way to stitch the diamonds onto the sleeve. This is no easy task, as there are thousands of diamonds to work with and they have to ensure the strength of the Sleeve on all sides. However, the method has been developed and the sleeve with it’s eight-thousand eight-hundred diamonds will have the strength of any other sleeve. One additional problem remained: The Diamonds could scratch the laptop at the opening. The solution for this was to include a rare black sable fur at the opening of the sleeve. This fur from Siberia not only made for a beautiful design, but it also feels great in your hand as you insert your laptop.
Coverbee assures us that the fur used in this skin is harvested from animals that have died from natural causes only. If the 11 million dollars are ready then contact Coverbee now. They will ship the sleeve to you directly using a secure logistics company that also handles shipments of gold bars and bank notes for the federal bank.
The covetous man never has money; the prodigal will have none shortly. —