Buying great weed shouldn’t cost you an arm and a leg. However, now and then you may want to treat yourself to something slightly more expensive. If you’re in the mood to spend, there are plenty of expensive weed products out there for you. The luxury weed market is growing fast with everything from specialty bongs to cannabis kits for kids and even gold-plated grinders. Here are some of the all-time most expensive weed products ever.
13. Fruit Fantasy ($95)
Forget smoking weed out of actual food. You may mistake this crisp white apple for hoity-toity desktop decor.
In reality, it’s a ceramic pipe designed to be placed in an unsuspecting corner of your home. Bookshelves are probably best. Visitors won’t suspect a thing.
It’s not quite as expensive as some of the others items we’ve listed, but it’ll be sure to take a bite out of your savings account.
12. Top Shelf THC ($800 per ounce)
If you’re serious about only smoking the best, check out Top Shelf THC. They create strains like Isla O.G. (2 Chainz is a fan) and are known for making some of the most expensive cannabis on the market.
Their strain, The Oracle, for instance, is a whopping $200 per seed. Why is it so pricey?
The THC content in The Oracle is around 45 percent, which is at least two to three times higher than most strains of cannabis.
If you’re stinking rich, you may want to give this expensive strain a try.
11. ClubM ($95-1,000 per box)
If you’re a fan of subscription delivery products, check out the exclusive ClubM.
It’s a luxury cannabis company that delivers some of the most expensive, highest-quality bud directly to your door.
Currently, it’s only available for medical cannabis patients in California. A basic MBox costs $95, while a limited edition MBox 1k will run you closer to $1,000.
10. The AuBox ($1,000+ a year)
Luxury lovers can indulge in these subscription boxes from AuBox.
If you’re not ready to splurge on an expensive yearly subscription, you can still purchase a special box for $150 a piece.
It features unique THC-infused goodies like gummies, elixirs, hot chocolate, pre-rolls, and even chew toys for your dog.
Fun fact: the AuBox was created by former Miss Iowa and Amazing Race competitor, Jessica VerSteeg. Thanks, Jess!
9. Octahedron Table Lighter and Ashtray Set ($1,250)
This gorgeous ashtray and lighter set comes in a fun geometric pattern and pretty aqua-lavender colors.
Best of all, they change colors depending on the type of light in a room and the viewer’s vantage point.
A prismatic sculpture for your home and a useful item all in one? Time to start saving up.
8. Phoenician Gold Plated Grinders ($1,500)
Yes, these are real: Phoenician gold grinders made for a king (or queen)! Part of the company’s ELITE SERIES, these four-piece grinders feature paper holders, a lock system, and a built-in ashtray.
But the thing that makes these rank so high on our list of most expensive weed products is that they’re coated in 24 karat gold.
While certainly stylish and functional, you may not want to bring these bad boys along on big trips, as they cost about as much as your monthly rent (or probably more, if you live in NYC or San Francisco).
You’ll definitely want to keep this bad boy clean!
7. Pyrology Glass x Snic Copper Dabbing Rig ($1,900)
Steampunk fans, rejoice! If you can cough up $1,900, you can buy this stylish copper rig.
This expensive piece was created when the folks at Pyrology Glass teamed up with Snic Barnes. Together, they managed to bring a steampunk’s ultimate cannabis daydream to life.
The luxury cannabis market is certainly picking up “steam” nowadays.
6. The World’s First Smokable Hash Record ($7,000)
Vinyl record sales have soared in recent years. Like weed, vinyl records are old-school, classic, and probably never going out of style.
Music and cannabis will definitely never get old either. So why not combine them?
This unique hash record — featuring Slightly Stoopid’s “Dabbington” — was made using bubble hash and designed in a Los Angeles lab. It cost $6,000 to create, and an extra $1,000 to stamp and master.
Believe it or not, this expensive record/art piece/hash creation sounds almost as good as the real deal. You heard that right: it actually plays music!
5. Smokable Watermelon ($10,000)
Tony Greenhand, a professional joint-roller from Albany, Oregon, gets paid around $7,000 to roll spectacular joints.
In 2016, the “trail-blazer” created a life-size watermelon with 4.2 pounds of weed inside. In total, this massive joint came in at $10,000.
He’ll be happy to roll you a custom-made smokable Pikachu, taco, or even a gold chain — for a hefty price.
4. Grateful 4 Mushrooms Bong ($14,251)
Anytime you’re considering a high-end, expensive glass piece, you are going to run across tons of completely outrageous bongs and pipes. And this one is no exception.
Glass blower Scott Deppe created this amazing and stylish bong for only the richest of smokers.
Featuring multi-colored teddy bears, rainbows, and psychedelic mushrooms, it’s a great conversation piece for the living room. That is, of course, assuming your living room is as decked-out as Kanye West’s.
Deppe is well known for his innovative and outrageous designs.
He has even earned the support of such weed celebrities like Snoop Dogg, who recently helped Deppe promote another ultra-expensive bong on Instagram (more on that later).
3. The Pirate Ship Bubbler ($30,000)
Massive, detailed, and insanely elegant, this pirate ship that doubles as a bubbler prices in at $30,000.
This piece was created by Buck Glass, LaceFace Glass, and Joe O’Connell. An extraordinary amount of time and effort, as well as imagination, went into its creation.
If Captain Jack Sparrow smoked weed in addition to drinking rum, we have a feeling he would be first in line to buy this amazing piece.
It’s currently available for viewing at Illuzion in Denver, Colorado. But be careful not to touch it — you break it you buy it.
2. The Miley Cyrus Bong ($70,000)
Miley Cyrus‘ first big-time controversy happened in 2010 when footage of her hitting a bong surfaced.
It created quite a scandal at the time, even though Miley was 18 and smoking a legal hallucinogen called Salvia.
Cyrus has since moved herself to the forefront of cannabis pop culture. Earlier this year she made headlines when she threw a huge weed-themed birthday party.
But that first scandalous bong rip arguably launched her life as a cannabis celebrity.
In 2011, the bong she used in that controversial footage went to auction. It ended up selling for a whopping $70,000.
Not surprisingly, the Miley Cyrus bong has become one of the most expensive bongs in history.
1. Gold-Encrusted Skull Bong ($100,000)
If you happen to have $100,000 lying around, or you’d rather not pay off your student loans, you may want to check this one out.
Covered in gold-encrusted cannabis leaves, this bong is another Scott Deppe creation, and it’s currently for sale.
Snoop Dogg showed love for the fancy bong on Deppe’s Instagram. The caption reads: “Two of the true OG’S in the game!”
We imagine it would be easy for the luxury-loving rapper to afford it.
The design is amazing, detailed enough to go in a museum someday. But for most of us, it’ll stay “high” on our wish lists.