Crazy toys of billionaires


The billionaires are people just like us. They are eating, sleeping, circulating, and having fun, laughing and playing games. These people also like to have fun just like the normal people; and they have toys inevitable toys like most of us. However, the prices of these toys are often plentiful. Here are the billionaire’s expensive toys

1- Elon Musk

Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk bought the Lotus Esprit submarine in 2013 that he saw in a James Bond film, by paying $ 866,000. He explained that he would like to use it in real life. We do not know how to use it, however even the idea of ​​owning a submarine is so cool.

2- Paul Allen

CEO of Microsoft, Paul Allen, has two helicopters, one submarine and one yacht that is large enough to host crowded parties.

3- Bill Gates

Bill Gates has a very precious library that no one else has. He has many books from the precious manuscript books to the first editions of the works of the most famous writers.  The rarest piece of this library is the Codex Leicester diary dating from the 15th century belonging to Leonardo Da Vinci.

4- Richard Branson

Richard Branson has one of the most entertaining lives in the Caribbean, as you can do a lot of activities in Necker and if you get bored you can go to the Necker Belle yacht. If you are still bored, you can explore the unique underwater world of the Caribbean by jumping to the Necker Nymph submarine.

5- Marc Cuban

Marc Cuban, who has a different place with private planes besides everything that a classical billionaire possesses, has made the most expensive purchase ever made over internet. Cuban, who bought his Gulfstream V model plane on the internet for $ 40 million.

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