This $15,000 customized iPhone XS Max has a rear-panel made of solid gold

Russian luxury accessories maker Caviar was one of the first brands to list customized version of the new Apple iPhones that were launched last month. It has now added a new collection to its product portfolio that only includes customized versions of the flagship iPhone XS Max, that too only in the highest 512GB-version. Called the Maximum Collection, it adds customized rear-panels made of different, premium materials to the standard model. The most affordable version in the range is called the Maximum Ultralight, which is priced at $5200. It uses lightweight carbon for the back-panel, making it lighter by 8 grams than the standard model.

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The Maximum collection also has an ultra-strong version, called the Maximum Invincible. The rear plate is made out of titanium and designed to look like the super-strong armor of a tank, with mock rivets. The casing measures 1mm thick and the company claims that it can even stop a bullet. It has a price tag of $5500. Sitting on top of the range is the Maximum Fine Gold version, which as the name suggests is made of a solid gold panel that weighs 150 grams. It has a sticker price $15,340. All models are supplied in a wooden lacquered case lined with black velvet, authenticity and company warranty certificates, a USB cable, and a charger. Shipping is free to anywhere in the world.

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