News: For $1.6 Million, You Could Sleep on a Floating Hover Bed

For $1.6 Million, You Could Sleep on a Floating Hover Bed

If you've got $1.6 million in spare change, imagine this: you could be sleeping on a bonafide hovercraft. Designed by Dutchman Janjaap Ruijssenaars, the Floating Bed is the world's most expensive bed, employing "never weakening permanent magnetism" to hover above the ground.

For $1.6 Million, You Could Sleep on a Floating Hover Bed

Seven years of research went into the development of the bed frame. What do you think... worth it?

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That's friggin' awesome. Pointless but awesome.

That's the most awesome thing I've ever seen! I wish I was rich so I could buy one!

... I want that......

If the floating bed was used for something else then you would thinck that its not a bed. Wouldnt it be something else.

cool, except that it requires installing magnets in your flooring

if that thing uses gravity to float why don't we invent floating cars?

because they would be useless off-road. for them to work good as regular cars, the whole world would have to be one big magnetic road. and for what? just to float at the same height as the normal cars drive?

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