If you’re into gaming, you probably spend quite a lot of time picking out the absolute best accessories for your setup. When it comes to PC gamers, this can start adding up quickly – picking out a great PC, monitor, keyboard, and mouse is quite the investment – but there are some products out there that ramp it up to ridiculous ranges.
The most expensive mouse in the world is the Gold Bullion Wireless mouse, which costs more than $36,000. It’s closely followed by other gold and gem-inlaid mice from niche and popular companies alike.
Going luxury? Here are your options for the most expensive mice in the world.
The Most Expensive Mouse in the World: The Gold Bullion Wireless Mouse
The Gold Bullion Wireless Mouse is the most expensive computer mouse in the world, clocking in at a whopping $36,835 USD.
It is a USB connected mouse, roughly 5.5 by 2.5 inches, that is shaped like a brick of gold, embossed with the words, “Fine Gold.” Unfortunately, its gimmicky appearance does make it less comfortable than your average mouse to use. It also has no side buttons or controls; it has only the basic left and right buttons and a scroll wheel.
Still, it’s compatible with both PC and Mac. Though it does not seem to be available for wider sale, its wired cousin is listed for sale; this one appears to be out of stock as well, unfortunately.
Runner Ups for the Most Expensive Mouse in the World
The Gold Bullion mouse may take the top spot, but it’s far from the only luxury computer mouse on the market. Though not taking the top position as the most expensive mouse in the world, here are some more slightly exorbitant options for your clicking needs.
MJ Luxury VIP Mouse
MJ Art Studio makes a line of top-end mice for every wealthy gamer’s aesthetic. They have mice covered in alligator, crocodile, ostrich, cobra, shark, and, weirdly, iguana skin; they have mice decked out in gold and platinum; they even have dice inlaid with various gemstones.
Their most expensive model is a Swarovski diamond encrusted mouse. Though its actually functionality is relatively simple (just two buttons and a scroll wheel), it is, as the name implies, inlaid with genuine diamonds across its entire surface and on its USB wireless connector.
This mouse costs $34,480 in its basic form, but can be customized for additional charges.
Logitech Black Diamond Mouse
Popular computer accessory brand Logitech is usually known for their affordable, basic products available at most tech retailers. They do, however, have a few very high-end products, including the gorgeous Black Diamond Mouse.
This gadget is exactly what it says on the tin – it’s a small, two-button mouse, very similar to the brand’s budget-friendly lines, but entirely coated in real, pure black diamonds. It costs $31,840.
White Gold USB Mouse
Confusingly named “The World’s Most Expensive Computer Mouse,” this square mouse has a white gold finish and a pattern made from 59 individual diamonds. Simply put together with two buttons and a scroll wheel, it was advertised as an excellent gift for the diamond wedding anniversary (60 years).
This mouse costs $26,730 and is made by Swiss manufacturer Pat Says Now. Though deposed from its top position, its creators are still proud of its exclusive design and draw.
The Logitech Air 3D Laser Mouse
Another fascinating entry from Logitech, this simple three-button mouse is part of their 3D laser series. Though generally well performing, most of the other mice are relatively economical in comparison.
This model, however, has a solid gold case, gold-plated USB connector, and comes standard with a golden ring. It costs $24,180.
Gigabyte Bling-Bling Leather wireless mouse
Compared to the others on this list, the Gigabyte Bling-Bling Leather mouse looks affordable. Its smooth black surface is covered in premium leather and luxurious stitching. The gadget features gold accents and inlaid diamonds down the center of the mouse.
Unlike the others on this list, this mouse has side buttons and an ergonomic design that makes it more practically usable. Still, it’s here for a reason. The Gigabyte Bling-Bling Leather wireless mouse costs $18,510.
Obviously, it isn’t strictly necessary to buy an over-the-top mouse like the ones on this list. It is, however, very fun to look at the wild things creators will make when developing luxury items.
If you happen to have the money for it, why not splurge on a top-of-the-line multi-thousand-dollar mouse? At the very least, you get bragging rights.