If ever a web series upheld the adage that the key to happiness is fast cars, fine wine and big bling it’s Robb Report TV. The program makes players around the world rejoice and open their checkbooks for a spending spree. Robb Report TV creates videos that are perfect for people who have an extra hundred grand burning a hole in their pocket or can’t decide how to spend those seven-figure paychecks.
From private dinners with Dom Perignon to interviews with jewelry and watch designers, Robb Report gets the inside scoop from the companies that make high quality luxury items. Robert White originally started the publication in 1976 as an unofficial newsletter for Rolls-Royce owners. His publicaiton tapped into a previously unexplored luxury market, took off, and was acquired by Curtco Media in 2002. For more than thirty years, Robb Report has served as a trusted resource for “ultra-affluent consumers.”
Now the site and magazine offer news of extravagant items around the world. For those who fantasize about owning a private island or zooming down Mulholland in a black on black Aston Martin, but don’t have the disposable income to do so, Robb Report TV is for you. The automobile episodes go inside the vehicle and highlight the special features. While high rollers shopping for a BMW, Mercedes, Lamborghini, Porsche, Bigatti, Range Rover, Jaguar, Bentley, or Audi may find the car of their dreams from the comfort of their computer screen, the videos may also inspire economy cars drivers to fantasize about their future billionaire days.
Did you know the Aston Martin DBS Carbon Black has seats made from carbon fiber that take 37 pounds off the standard model. And a special key fob has a crystal display of the Aston Martin logo and is inserted in the middle of the dashboard to start the vehicle? Fascinating, I know.
Check out Robb Report TV for the next sports car, posh location, or sparkly gem. Their latest ultimate gift guide includes The Macallan, Ellagems Pearls, Patek Phillippe’s pocket watches, a Ferrari, a Blue Moon custom yacht, a David Linley dining table, a Holland African safari, and $35,000 John Lobb shoes.
In this economy, the prices are beyond unrealistic, but a little computer screen shopping never hurt anyone.