Admit it: at some point, you've lost your cellphone. That's why we don't see any reason to spend $134,000 on a new one, even if it is gold-plated and encrusted with more diamonds that Liberace's Cadillac. That's what designer Peter Aloisson is pitching to the ultra-upper class.
Based on a luxury Nokia handset, the small slider is completely covered in white diamonds, except the screen and keypad, meaning it would double nicely as emergency brass knuckles.
Why would you want a phone worth $134,000 dollars? Because one worth $135,000 would be ostentatious.