Motorola unveils gold and diamond headset
Dubai, May 6, 2008
Motorola has teamed up with luxury custom mobile phone creator Alexander Amosu to produce the world’s first real gold and diamond Bluetooth headset - the Diamond Motopure H12.
Amosu is a renowned young entrepreneur and heads a luxury customisation company and has carved his own niche in the world of design. Amosu uses diamonds and gold to customise accessories and phones to create the ultimate luxury experience.
This extremely limited edition headset is the ultimate statement in luxury, made from 18K gold and featuring over 180 brilliant cut diamonds, a total of 3.47 carats. The headset is only available to custom order and comes with the choice between white or yellow 18k gold and with the added option to customise with white, pink or even black diamonds.
The headset will come in a half loaded and fully loaded version approximately priced at Dh29,000 ($7,899) and Dh45,000 respectively and can be customised to order exclusively.
Bringing convenient communication into the realm of high-end fashion, Motorola’s latest style statement is also the first headset to feature CrystalTalk- the new technology from Motorola which cuts out background noise making your conversations crystal clear.
With only 100 of these ultra-exclusive headsets ever being made available, the headset will be the lust-have item the super rich will be craving for this season.
“We are very excited to be working with Motorola on this project as we feel its products are synonymous with our ideals of style and quality,” said Amosu.
“Motorola’s products have been positioned at the forefront of style and fashion for years now and we’re looking forward to moving into a new era with the Diamond Motopure headset,” said vice-president, mobile devices, Motorola Middle East & Africa, Patrick Mulligan. – TradeArabia News Service
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