Lap of Luxury: Ultimate Gift Ideas

- Looking for the right gift for that certain something who has everything? Here are a few ultimate ideas, from a fabulous fragrance to a private aircraft, even your own submarine.

This holiday, the House of Chanel has created a limited edition Chanel No. 5 flask. It's 30.4 ounces, in a hand-etched crystal bottle. Only 50 will be made and sold for $15,000.

Jill Newman, executive editor of style at the Robb Report, says Chanel No. 5 is arguable the most famous fragrance in the world. What made it so famous? In 1952, Life Magazine asked Marilyn Monroe what she wore to bed. Her response? Chanel No. 5 and nothing else.

If you need a gift for the adventurer in your life, how about a personal submersible? The DeepFlight Dragon submarine is 16 feet long. It's a two-person sub, with separate sets of controls in each cockpit. The Dragon can be used in an ocean or a lake and can be attached to a trailer, making it a totally transportable toy for your next vacation. It goes as deep as 400 feet and costs $1.5 million.

Not into deep sea diving? Why not take to the skies in your own private plane. The Icon A5 is a lightweight amphibious aircraft. It was in development for 10 years, and one is being put aside this holiday, for a Robb Report reader.

It takes just 20 hours of training to be licensed for the A5, making it a truly recreational toy for weekends, vacations, anytime. The A5's wings fold up so you can trail this toy as well. The cost? $189,000.

No need to get a special license for this next gift: The 50th Anniversary Shelby Daytona Cobra Coupe. Price tag: $750,000. This special edition Shelby has an unpainted aluminum body, a wooden steering wheel, and an enhanced aluminum lightweight engine.

If cruising around in the Cobra Couple has left you hungry, don't forget a gift for the cook in your life: the ultimate meat of the month club. Rocker Bros. Meat & Provisions is supplying one year of aged meats delivered every month. The meats will be aged to the specifications of the buyer. In July you might get thick prime-aged Angus and wagyu beef. The December delivery might include heritage-bred turkey or dry-aged whole duck.

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