Floyd Mayweather can afford to buy just about anything he wants and, well, he does.
Mayweather spends a significant chunk of his $450 million net worth on watches, and you can tell.
The 46-year-old boxing champion clearly favors blinged-out pieces.
In addition to the long list of Jacob, Richard Mille and Rolex pieces, he also owns a G-Shock covered in diamonds.
Pictured below – among others, an iced-out Patek Philippe (left, the watch in the middle) and an iced-out G-Shock (right)
His most valuable piece is also a diamond watch.
It’s made by Hublot, and it’s worth a jaw-dropping amount of money.
Pictured below – some Hublots from Mayweather’s collection, they’re all iced-out except for one (top right)
It’s a one-of-a-kind Hublot Big Bang that’s entirely covered in diamonds.
Everything including the dial, bezel, case and bracelet is encrusted with hundreds of stones.
‘Icing out’ a watch is not always automatically a smart move financially, because it can sometimes make the watch actually less valuable in the pre-owned market.
Especially if the watch is customized with aftermarket diamonds.
However, in this case, the opposite is true.
This watch is estimated to be worth a whopping $1.4 million.