Looking For A Stocking Stuffer? Try This $4 Million Stove

Most of us don’t like to spend a penny more than $3 million on our kitchen appliances, but Iron Dog has an oven that might make you dig just a little deeper into your pockets. The Iron Dog 05 Huraxdax is a $4 million gold-plated, wood-fired range that looks like something out of Austin Powers rival Goldmember’s kitchen.

L.A. Weekly reports there’s also a silver-plated version available, for those less fortunate. The range doubles as a heater, capable of ratcheting up the temperature for a 1,000 square feet area.

What would you do with a golden stove?

Would You Pay $4 Million for the World’s Most Expensive Stove? [L.A. Weekly]


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  1. Hoss says:

    Isn’t the melting point of gold rather low? Would be kind of depressing if the gold dripped off during the first use

  2. Blueskylaw says:

    “What would you do with a golden stove?”

    I would cook my $1000 Kobe beef hamburgers topped with white truffles and beluga caviar in it.

  3. HoJu says:

    Ugh… artists…. :

  4. Shadowfire says:

    Use it to fire my golden poo..?

  5. Cheap Sniveler: Sponsored by JustAnswer.comâ„¢ says:

    make boxed mac and cheese.

  6. Alvis says:

    Picture looks like sand in the air

  7. Reading_Comprehension says:

    this is why the terrorists hate us

  8. teke367 says:

    One big reason I couldn’t do this, there is no way this would fit into a stocking.

  9. Total Casual says:

    What I want to know is-what the heck is a “huraxdax”? Google can’t ken it.

  10. Hi_Hello says:

    it is not that functional as well…
    Seem like I can’t cook anything in the fire pit area, just one thing on the top… at least make it so you can cook two things…
    what about smoke? where would smoke go??

    what about cleany greese and junk off from it? can I use somethign abbrasive to clean it?

    If I have 4 million to spend on a stove, I’ll pay someone else to design a build it to met my usages.

  11. The cake is a lie! says:

    This is the kind of thing you would put in the lobby of some ridiculously fancy hotel. I just can’t imagine it being a functional piece in a home or any other type pf business. I think some people make this kind of thing and advertise it just to create publicity. They know full well that nobody will buy one, but the fact they can sell you one if you want just adds to their catalog I guess. Sort of like that life size gingerbread house. Nobody will buy one, but it is something interesting which will attract attention to the catalog and website.

  12. scgirl_212 says:

    There’s no accounting for taste.

    • Bsamm09 says:

      Could it be:

      DR: Showoff Expense $xxx
      CR: Cash $xxx

      or it may be an asset where Taste-Accumulated Showing off(contra taste account)=Net taste on B/S:

      DR: Showoff Expense $xxx
      CR: Accum. Showing off $xxx

  13. human_shield says:

    Another stupid “expensive” product. What reason is there for it to be covered in gold? Cover it in diamonds and sell it for a $50 million. Just like those diamond covered iPhones. It’s still just an iPhone.

  14. AustinTXProgrammer says:

    Are we sure this isn’t a bargain? Their website indicates the stove has 260kg of gold, which by my calculations would be $11.6m.

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  16. yessongs says:

    What’s the point? Who is foolish enough to drop 4 mil on a stove?

  17. lockdog says:

    I am the huraxdax. I burn up the trees.

  18. Powerlurker says:

    Correct me if I’m reading the website incorrectly, but they claim that the stove is made of SOLID gold or silver, not plated cast iron.

  19. khooray says:

    What would I do with it? Return it for a refund.