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6 Most Expensive Products Rich People Buy to Protect Themselves From the Pandemic

Let's look at the most expensive products that rich people use for virus protection nowadays.

6 Most Expensive Products Rich People Buy to Protect Themselves From the Pandemic
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"Why do people buy so much toilet paper?" "Are they insane?" These are the expressions we hear the most in recent days. Panic shoppers from all around the globe are taking various measures against COVID-19. There are numerous posts going around the internet, showing people stocking up like crazy. Coronavirus hit the supermarkets like a hurricane, and markets are struggling to meet the demand.

 

The supplies that we are talking about are products that you can easily find in the markets such as water, flour, pasta, and hygiene products. But how do the rich of the world protect themselves? Although the virus does not recognize borders between countries, it sets borders between social classes. 

SEE ALSO: SOME PEOPLE ARE RUSHING TO BUY "SURVIVAL CONDOS" AMID CORONAVIRUS FEARS

Let's look at the most expensive products that rich people use for protection. 

1. The Prepster Ultra Advanced - Fireproof Emergency Bag

If you had $4,995.00, would you spend it on a First Aid kit? This luxury emergency bag might provide the safety you deserve for the money you've paid. It is made of fire and water-resistant fabric and has all the products that you might need during an emergency. 

6 Most Expensive Products Rich People Buy to Protect Themselves From the Pandemic
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A solar panel, sleeping bags, water filter, Leatherman multi-function tool, and even Mast chocolate... If you think that the hand sanitizers are not enough, numerous Bond-like gadgets are waiting for you in this bag. In case of an emergency where you might need strict virus protection, you can count on this bag.

2. The Virus Eliminating Rechargeable Personal Air Purifier

This $149.95 necklace made by Hammacher Schlemmer guarantees that it will protect you at any time. 

If you are a frequent traveler, you probably know that planes are the places where the transmission risk of COVID-19 is highest. You can contact numerous diseases during your trips. Therefore, you must eliminate germs from your personal space. This is an innovative wearable necklace that keeps airborne germs away from you. 

6 Most Expensive Products Rich People Buy to Protect Themselves From the Pandemic
Source: Hammacher Schlemmer

It allows you to clean ambient air around you in everyday life. It's small and noiseless, so you can take it anywhere you go.

It is truly expensive for a necklace, so how about some affordable options?

AirTamer A310 Portable Air Purifier

Airdog FitAir Portable Air Purifier with HEPA Filter

WOOLALA Personal Wearable Air Purifier Necklace

3. The Sanitized Sleeper's Safe Haven

We think that you will want to stay away from the millions of bacteria that are currently present in your bed, especially during the pandemic. Doing that might cost you  $99.95.

If you are wondering if it is worth the expense, let's look at the features of the sleep cocoon.

6 Most Expensive Products Rich People Buy to Protect Themselves From the Pandemic
Source: Hammacher Schlemmer

It's made from patented antimicrobial fabric that kills about 100% of bacteria, fungi, and viruses. You can take this self-sanitizing cocoon on a business trip or use it at home. 

4. Byredo Rinse-Free Hand Wash

Is this rinse-free cream produced by Byredo, a luxury brand in Europe, worth the $35? It must be obviously worth it since the product is completely sold out...  Why would you buy this Byredo rinse-free sanitizer for $35, when you can buy a Lovhop sanitizer for just $4? 

6 Most Expensive Products Rich People Buy to Protect Themselves From the Pandemic
Source: Nordstrom

5. Ready Set JUDY

Although not as much as the $5000 emergency bag, Judy can be considered as a luxury too. Its Mover bags that were on sale for $150 are all sold out. Simon Huck, who is the founder of  JUDY, is a friend of Kim Kardashian West, so luxury is inherent in his business. 

6 Most Expensive Products Rich People Buy to Protect Themselves From the Pandemic
Source: JUDY

JUDY is a survival brand that provides everything you might need to survive in an emergency. The kit includes emergency blankets, candles, and hand warmers for the possible harsh weather conditions. From a phone charger to multi-tools, JUDY has everything you might ever need. 

6. The Virus, Mold, And Germ Destroying Air And Surface Sanitizer

We think this one is the most expensive of the surface sanitizers with its $499.95 price tag. It makes you contemplate if it has some sort of hidden superpowers. The reason behind the price tag, however, is the technology this sanitizer uses. 

Its technology is similar to what NASA developed to purify the space shuttle. 

6 Most Expensive Products Rich People Buy to Protect Themselves From the Pandemic
Source: Hammacher Schlemmer

It can destroy up to 99% of mold and bacteria on surfaces. Thanks to its small size, you can use it wherever and whenever you want. 

Well, do these products really have the power to protect us? 

We all know that diseases kill the rich and the poor without discriminating. It is up to debate if an extremely expensive emergency bag will protect you better than a normal-priced one.

Of course, some high fashion brands benefitted from the current situation too. Fendi released a pollution mask with its logo, and the mask costs €190. It already sold out. 

6 Most Expensive Products Rich People Buy to Protect Themselves From the Pandemic
Source: Saks Fifth Avenue

Even though doctors state that masks are not effective in preventing the virus from spreading, people continue to buy numerous N95 masks. 

Soaps and sanitizers are enough to protect yourself from COVID-19. Just wash your hands frequently, and continue social distancing. 

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