If you are looking for “fashion sound” you just found it. Meet the Diamond Tears headphones, the most stylish headphones that seem more focused on fashion that in sound, but the combination of both blown lots of people away.
Diamond Tears, a Monster creation, is the most ostentatious of the phones looking like a pair of giant, plastic, faux-diamond earrings with shimmery highlights on a headband.
And the price matches the look: $30,000 for this monster 18K Gold Diamond tears Sally Sohn edition headphones. The special edition headphones are available only at luxury retailer Harrods in London
Monster is not the best in sound quality, but their stylish designs definitely stand out for the crowd, so Diamond Tear is very deserving of attention. This should be one of the most expensive headphones made out of 18k gold and have been luxuriously encrusted in 5.56 carats of black diamonds in this Sally Sohn edition.
Either with or without the spider, this headphones promise to call attention, not sure if the best way, but they nailed it if it was the purpose. Monster is very well-known for their extreme lavish style, so I can say, well done!
The headphones were designed by Sally Sohn, a Korean artist, and are outfitted with Monster’s Pure Monster Sound technology. Here’s “Head Monster” Noel Lee on the collaboration between Monster and Sohn:
“The creation of the Diamond Tears Sally Sohn Edition was truly a labour of love for us, and being able to work with such a talented, ahead-of-the-curve designer as Sally to create such a special, museum-quality work of art was really the icing on the cake.”
Based on the latest real-time price, the Monster Diamond Tears Edge is a pricey set of travel and commuting headphones, compared to the average of $64.99. With on-ear headphones, you get a good middle ground between large over ear types and tiny earbuds. These still effectively block out ambient sounds and can produce better quality audio than earbuds while offering some portability.