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Think Amazon is just for batteries and Whole Foods delivery? It's also for rich people. Or you -- if you have thousands of dollars lying around for the rare and luxurious. Yep, Amazon carries that stuff, too.
Take this Wenger 16999 Swiss Army Knife: The 7-pound, multibeast goes for nearly $5,000 and has 87 different implements, from multiple wrenches and screwdrivers to a cigar cutter. (Note: Prices are subject to change.)
Amazon is full of expensive gourmet foods. But there probably aren't many that are heavier than this 75 pound wheel of imported Italian cheese.
Here's a large variation of a rare black diamond. Despite the price, you don't even get a setting.
This is a giant, rare model of the classic Imperial battleship from the discontinued Ultimate Collector's Series. Fully built, it's more than 3 feet long and weighs 19 pounds.
Look at this genuine 737 engine cowling that's been re-purposed as a table, complete with battery-powered spinning blades, multicolored LED lights and Wi-Fi capability. Try not to get sucked in.
Behold: 10 troy ounces of actual gold mined from the Yukon by actual gold miners. What you do with it is up to you, but maybe you can make a chain for the giant black diamond you already bought.
How about a limited-edition full-size replica of Captain America's iconic shield? It doesn't have any special powers, but it does weigh almost 12 pounds.
Cats are adorable, right? Why this 2012 daily calendar of cats in a range of cute poses costs quite so much isn't clear. Then again... cats are adorable.
While it's only available in Japan, this experimental mech suit, built for robot challenge fights, became the talk of the American media in 2012 when it went up for sale. This particular unit is only a starter kit, but if you add enough other stuff, soon you'll be mech fighting with the best of them.
Yep, that sure is an "olde world gold" chandelier full of Swarovski crystals and weighing almost 400 pounds.
Treat yoself to a real handwritten note from Ben Franklin announcing he'll be glad to attend an event some time in 1781. It's yours for $32,000.
This is not actually the most expensive book on Amazon. But at $2,999, you're paying a lot for a book of inspirational lines like "remember you are rich, but can always be richer.
It's been said that the two happiest days in a boat owner's life are the day you buy the boat and the day you sell the boat. Here's your chance to find out!
Celebrate the final movie in the Skywalker saga with this officially licensed, $5,800 human-sized figure of the Empire's foot soldiers.
You can buy a genuine game-used bat signed by the Angels superstar, complete with a crack from where Trout hit a ball.
Housing crisis? What housing crisis? This is a complete kit to build a two-story,1,336-square-foot house. The cabin is so sturdy that it requires a professional construction crew to build.
An astonishing 41 carats of diamonds make this 18-karat-gold necklace one of the most extravagant pieces of jewelry on Amazon. The seller accepts only "serious" offers.
Featuring the signatures of Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and other greats, this $62,000 ball commemorates the 1930 Yankees team that… finished third in the American League.
For the wrist that has everything, this exquisite, 14-karat, water-resistant timepiece can surely find a space.
Ever crave some rare scented chips harvested from a remote part of Vietnam? Useful as incense for yoga, meditation or just quiet contemplation about how great it is to buy expensive scented chips.
This guitar was played by the legendary Slowhand at his regular concert series at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Even though it costs more than $189,000, it's not signed and doesn't come with a strap or pick.
Over 2 pounds of premium Russian Almas Osetra Sturgeon black caviar, renowned for its "exquisitely rich, aromatic, fresh and nutty flavor," can be yours.
The Human Touch Novo Full Body Coverage Zero-Gravity L-Track massage chair will give your body the zero-gravity deluxe relaxation experience it deserves, massaging your back and spine with 30 wellness programs.
They're not just for any movie, of course. This is a mint condition complete set of 11x14-inch lobby cards for the 1932 horror classic Island of Lost Souls.
If a plague or zombie nightmare hits, then you're going to need power. What provides power when there's no electricity? Batteries. So you might as well buy 38,400 of them for $59,999.
Signed by the entire team and coach Vince Lombardi, this $15,315 leather ball comes in a glass case to stop neighborhood kids from throwing it around.
Yep, that is a large, pricey authentic wool and silk-knotted rug.
This is for that time when you need a lot of battery cables, and you need them to be red. All told, it's a steal at $17,690.
There's plenty of expensive jewelry on Amazon, but nothing that looks quite like this combination of 2.3 carats of diamonds, along with agate, lapis and other precious stones.
Here it is: Three dozen buckets of freeze-dried survival chow for when the apocalypse hits, featuring a range of breakfasts, lunches and dinners. Each meal has a 25-year shelf life, and is individually wrapped. It's nearly $7,000, but that's a small price to pay to eat for a quarter century.
You know you want this extraordinary ultra-zoom telephoto camera lens than shoots everything from night skies to sporting events. It's probably not super useful for selfies, though.
These 2-carat, platinum, princess-cut diamond stud earrings are everyday elegance for the price of a large car.
A truly cutting-edge 4 screen, this 4K LCD video can be used to track the stock market, keep tabs on your neighbors or just watch four football games at once.
Pretend to be in the CIA with this sophisticated system for spying on your friends, neighbors and enemies. Features video playback, license plate recognition and expanded data retention.
Pick up a luxury table made in Italy, featuring a "mahogany veneer in a sunburst design and crossbanded inlay of satinwood." Just don't spill on it.
Perfect for both recording and live performances, the $5,500 Lifeforms Foundation can be patched into a keyboard to create a range of sounds and voices.
Amazon has a treasure trove of signed Beatles swag, including a signed card, tickets to a 1966 show in Germany, and mini-guitars.
Meet this $27,500, one-of-a-kind, mint-condition poster for the Dead's gig June 1966 in San Francisco. This poster claims to mark the first time the band used their trademark skull iconography.
Yes, the same Voltaire who wrote Candide and hundreds of other works. This was written by the legendary French author weeks before his death, asking for the courtesy of being buried in a church. It's $41,400, and absolutely unique.
Behold, 100 liters of organic Neroli essential oil blend, useful for "soothing the nervous system" and "helping to relieve feelings of anxiety and nervousness." Presumably, it also smells good.