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586 diamonds, $12,495, one Nano

But they could have done better than 14k gold.

Precious Ice

Another iPod, another diamond--or 586 of them, to be exact. In this latest example of egregious excess, a company called Ice Forever will reportedly cover your Nano in 10.36 carats of diamonds set in 14k white gold.

But if you're worried about the cost, take heart: This is an after-market service, so you'll save money by having the bling job done on the iPod you already own, rather than having to pay the additional mark-up charged by the customizer. That will bring the cost down to a mere pittance of $12,495, according to BornRich.

Still, we don't know how they expect anyone to settle for less than 18k or 24k these days. Besides, we all know that what's important is quality, not quantity.