Made from a 4 billion year old meteorite this diamond studded car key costs a whopping $270,000


If your key fob to your Lamborghini is not special enough and you are looking for something unique to match with your half-a-million-dollar special edition Italian supercar, a British luxury gadget maker has just the thing for you. The company called Senturion has introduced a diamond encrusted bracelet that doubles up as your car key – a first of its kind. Named after the number of pieces it is made from, the S177 Collection looks like a love child of a futuristic bracelet and a beautifully designed mechanical watch. The unique car key bracelet has carbon composite core and is constructed using solid titanium.


How it works is expert engineers at Senturion simply take the spare key of a customer’s pride and joy and integrate its encrypted security system into a custom Senturion Key. The whole mechanism of the car’s key fob is deconstructed and miniaturized to fit within the bracelet. The company gives the option to the customers to tailor the core finish, insets, strap and precious stones, according to their own taste. The bracelet key also has a sapphire window showcasing the intricate mechanics of the highly technical design, which includes rotating cogs that move while unlocking the supercar, mimicking the gears of the car. It is compatible with cars built by most elite car manufacturers in the world, including Bentley, Ferrari, Rolls Royce, Bugatti, McLaren, Aston Martin, Lamborghini and Porsche. While the standard key is priced at £15,850 (or approx. $20,500 USD), customizations start from £150,000 ($200,000). Senturion also offers a customized key encrusted with a 4-billion-year-old piece of meteorite, which costs a whopping £200,000 (roughly $270,000).

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[Via:Brummellmagazine]