If you had an unlimited amount of money, what would you buy? Sure, we could list the responsible things like paying off student loan debt or buying real estate, but that’s the boring stuff. We’re more interested in fun gadgets and devices that will give us hours of entertainment. Of course, these things are all unnecessary and often too expensive, but hey, we can dream.

  1. Fidget Cube - $22
    An unusually addicting, high-quality desk toy designed to help you focus. Fidget at work, in class, and at home in style. Fidget Cube™ has six sides. Each side features something to fidget with: Click. Glide. Flip. Breathe. Roll. Spin.”

Why We Want It: Is our occasional inability to focus and pay attention a direct result of working with computers or do we work well with computers because we are good at processing a ton of information at once? Who knows, but this cube would definitely help us hold our focus when staring at rows and rows of data.

  1. Robot Lawn Mower - $2,400

“With a robotic lawn mower, the grass gets mowed automatically - around the clock without your supervision.  With the convenient setting control panel, your robot mower allows you to set it and forget it. This is effortless lawn mowing at its best.”

Why We Want It: We’ve been waiting for this since the invention of the Roomba. Mowing the lawn is not fun, but watching a robot mow our lawn for us? Way more fun. This thing is apparently pretty quiet, too, so we can even set it to mow our lawn at night.

  1. The Coolest Cooler - $400

The Coolest Cooler blends drinks and music with a passion for quality. With more features and fun than any other, you’ll be looking for excuses to get outside and turn good times into great memories.”

Why We Want It: Can your cooler make margaritas? I didn’t think so.

  1. Samsung Family Hub - $3,500

The Family Hub™ is a revolutionary new refrigerator with a Wifi enabled touchscreen that lets you manage your groceries, connect with your family and entertain like never before. Coordinate everyone's schedules, leave notes and reminders, and show off pictures of your latest family vacation. The Family Hub™ is at the center of it all.”

Why We Want It: Everything about this fridge is perfect. Who wouldn’t want a fridge that can play your Spotify playlist while displaying that Pinterest recipe so you don’t have to look it up on your tiny phone screen? We also love that you can figure out if there’s anything in the fridge worth getting out of bed at midnight to snack on.

  1. Pizzarette - $250

“The World’s Funnest Pizza Oven. Featuring dual heating elements, full commercial quality, and a real terracotta dome for capturing authentic flavor. Create your own delicious mini pizzas in a matter of minutes right at the kitchen table! “

Why We Want It: Pizza? It’s our favorite food. Mini pizzas just sound like fun, don’t they? We love the idea of making crispy-crusted pizzas right on our dining table.

  1. Comfy Sack - $580

Quite possibly the largest foam bag chair available, Comfy Sack's eight foot sack beats out any giant beanbag chair on the market. Whether it's a party or Monday night football, our 8 ft. Comfy Sack can hold up to six people.“

Why We Want It: Forget “six people”, we don’t want to share this oversized beanbag with anyone. It practically swallows a single person, but that just means it’s perfect for napping.

  1. Tropical Tahiti Floating Island - $603

This inflatable raft has an “8 person capacity, Wading pool, 2 contoured lounges, 4 built-in coolers, and 1 built-in boarding platform.”

Why We Want It: Bring the Coolest Cooler and the Pizzarette, and now it’s a party. You wouldn’t even need to leave the raft all day.


Okay, okay, so these things are definitely unnecessary, but still pretty cool, right? What are some of the ridiculous things you’d buy if you weren’t worried about being responsible? Let us know in the comments below, or tell us on Facebook!