An anti-aging limited edition device known as ‘the Human Regenerator’ and kitted out in diamonds will be one of the vast portfolio of products that will go on display at an exhibition in the upcoming World Luxury Expo on September 27 in Abu Dhabi’s Emirates Palace.
Produced by the luxury high-tech company System4 Technologies GmbH, it will only be available upon order and the production is strictly limited to 50 devices per year with a price tag of $557,000.
The German company also offers it in a blinged out diamond encrusted version which it claims to be studded with 6880 Carats, or just less than 1.4 Kilos of small cut diamonds for a total of 172,000 unique gems. The price tag starts from a cool $9.8 million.
Weighing at 128kg, the bullet shaped cocoon pivots 90 degrees so your body is horizontal to the ground.
It is a Quantum-Pulse-Device that imitates the body’s natural frequencies and generates longitudinal waves. System4 Technologies GmbH calls the technology behind this futuristic device “Quantum-Cell-Code”, whereby treated silicon and aluminium deposits have an anti-aging effect as they are incorporated in this intensive treatment.
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