Looking for an unusual gift, especially if money is no object? There are plenty of them around. Here are some ideas.
The Neiman Marcus department store has always been famous for luxury gifts. Their website has a “Fantasy Gifts” section, http://www.neimanmarcus.com/Gifts/Fantasy-Gifts/cat48140738_cat000672_cat000000/c.cat, which includes —
For the fantasy thespian, there’s walk-on role in the Broadway musical Waitress ($30,000).
A one-day private quarterback camp with Joe Montana ($65,000). If this leads to a multi-million dollar NFL contract, this might be a good buy.
The gift website Dodoburd (http://dodoburd.com/best-christmas-gifts-2014) lists the “100 Most Unique Christmas Gifts of 2016”, including a 60-hour candle ($30), a Sunrise Simulator alarm clock ($110), and a staple-less stapler ($16, pictured). (I didn’t go through the entire list.)
But my favorite is the Triton personal submarine. Unfortunately, is isn’t expected to be for sale for another two years, but it will be able to carry two people to depths of up to 6,600 feet for as long as 12 hours. All that for only $5.5 million! (http://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/triton-unveils-66002-worlds-deepest-diving-personal-submarine )