If you could, would you spend this much money on the toys below? Here are some obscene toys, and not necessarily child pleasers, via Learnvest
Steiff 125-Karat Teddy Bear
Price tag: $34,000
For Steiff’s 125th anniversary, the company created a limited-edition teddy bear covered in 125 karats of diamonds and sapphires.
Price tag: $47,000
Graduating from a crib to a “big girl bed” is an important moment in every girl’s life, sure, but we figure a regular ole’ canopy bed would be extravagant enough. Every detail of the Fantasy Coach bed here is customizable, so it’s easy to understand why construction and delivery take more than 6 months.
Price tag: $1,500
Why teach a child how to draw on a regular Etch-A-Sketch when she can learn on one that’s covered in more than 10,000 Swarovski crystals?
Mechanical Noah’s Ark
Price tag: $2,400
One of the most classic children’s stories has been turned into a child-size masterpiece, including 24 custom designed and exclusively manufactured animals.
Price tag: $2,500
$2,500 might seem like a lot of money for a kid’s first bike but it’s nearly indestructible. It won’t rust in the rain or bend in a crash (the first few, anyway). It’s also a limited edition design.
Price tag: $9,000
What kid wants to use the slide off the dock when she can stand in the middle of her own 16-foot inflatable one? Constructed out of the same fabric as inflatable boats used by the U.S. marines, it’s probably worth the price … but maybe everyone on the lake could help pitch in for it?
Price tag: $19,999
The Grand Victorian includes bay windows overlooking the backyard, laminate flooring and even a fireplace mantel.
Bonzini Babyfoot Barbie Foosball Table
Price tag: $20,000
Mattel partnered with Bonzini, the world leader of foosball tables, to create this one-of-a-kind toy for your recreation room. But first it needs to be displayed in art galleries and boutiques.
Lost in Space B-9 Robot
Price tag: $24,500
Any kid who likes electronics would probably love his or her own robot. Modeled after the B-9 Electronic Control Robot from the television series Lost in Space, this robot is remote controlled and has more than 500 pre-programmed things to say.
Original Nintendo Game Boy in Solid 18-Karat Gold with Diamonds
Price tag: $29,500
Video game enthusiasts would love to get their hands on an original, unused Nintendo Game Boy, but this version, made out of solid 18-karat gold and encrusted in diamonds, takes the cake.