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What's inside the $1 million advent calendar?

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  • What's inside the $1 million advent calendar?

    Looks like something out of 2001: A Space Odyssey, a million-dollar advent calendar designed by Porsche, technical calender marvel.

    Standing two meters tall and rendered from brushed aluminum, the "calendar" looks more like a sophisticated art installation than a festive timetable. But it's behind the 24 luminous windows -- representing each December day before Christmas -- that the real surprises are hidden.

    They include a pair of 18 carat gold sunglasses, aluminum fountain pens, a lambskin jacket, a limited edition chronograph watch, a customizable designer kitchen and, to crown it all, a luxury eight-meter yacht.
    Source: What's inside the $1 million advent calendar? - CNN

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    Re: What's inside the $1 million advent calendar?

    Woah.
    I'd like some of those for Christmas!
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