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The world's most expensive vacuum cleaner

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You might not be aware of this but it's been a pretty big year for vacuum cleaners.

First, Sharp created the inherently creepy vacuum cleaner with feelings and now we have the world's most expensive model, priced at a head-scratching $1,000,000 (£638,000).

GoVacuum have gone and coated a standard vacuum cleaner with 24K gold for those who appreciate the finer cleaning essentials in life. They've only created 100 limited edition models but they've also created a rap song to accompany the product. No, really.

You can watch it below and also ask yourself why a millionaire would be using a vacuum cleaner in the first place. Let's just say, there are going to be 100 very lucky cleaners out there.

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