VIDEO: $30,000 For A New Luxury Casket From Pause Offers God-Like Comfort And A Sound System

December 12, 2012
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In a new online commercial, Swedish company Pause has unveiled a very unique luxury coffin. Not only does it offer “god-like comfort,” but a luxury sound system to boot. The digital headstone connects to a server that will play your (or your friend’s) customized Spotify playlist to your lifeless, unlistening corpse. Who would pay over $30,000 for this??? Oh, Dracula. That’s who. We stand corrected.

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