Elon Musk announces $50 Cyberwhistle, mocks Apple’s $19 polishing cloth

WTF ?! Elon Musk thinks you shouldn’t buy Apple’s $ 19 Microfiber Polishing Cloth; instead, you have to buy Tesla’s $ 50 whistle that resembles the company’s upcoming Cybertruck. The aptly named Cyberwhistle is already out of stock on Tesla’s website, proving that people will actually buy anything.

Musk promoted the whistle on Twitter with a tweet that read, “Give the whistle to Tesla.” The electric vehicle giant recently faced a lawsuit filed by a worker at its Fremont factory in California, alleging rampant sexual harassment at the plant. He was also ordered to pay $ 137 million in damages for failing to prevent a black employee at the same factory from being racially abused.

the Limited Edition Cyberwhistle It is made of medical grade stainless steel with a polished finish. The description says it comes with a built-in accessory feature for added versatility, or what most people would call a lanyard. Buyers also get a very nice box for their $ 50 outlay.

That amount of money is a lot for a whistle, even one as fancy as the Cyberwhistle, but Musk has compared the “premium collectible” to the $ 19 microfiber polishing cloth sold by Apple, which had been its most overdue product.

“Don’t waste your money on that silly apple cloth, buy our whistle instead!” Musk wrote in a follow-up tweet.

The Tesla Store Lifestyle section has several (expensive) luxury items for sale along with the Cyberwhistle. There’s the $ 150 Tesla Decanter inspired by Musk’s Tesla Tequila brand, miniature $ 175 scale Tesla vehicles, a $ 30 mug and a $ 60 umbrella.

Elon Musk announces 50 Cyberwhistle mocks Apples 19 polishing cloth

It should come as no surprise to learn that since the Cyberwhistle is already out of stock, resellers are selling it on eBay for comically high prices. Most are priced in the three figures, while the most expensive right now is $ 5,000.

For those who just can’t spend enough money on all things Musk, Caviar is selling a bust and an iPhone 13 Pro immortalizing the billionaire. They are priced at $ 3,220 and $ 6,760, respectively.

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