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For those who have everything: Tegra-Lite Bulletproof Attaché

This case protects your valuables with 65 layers of polypropylene thermoplastic composite—the same stuff used for body armor.

The garden-variety thief “doesn’t stand a fighting chance” against the new Tegra-Lite Bulletproof Attaché from Tumi. Weighing in at a “biceps-building” 12 pounds, this limited-edition case protects your valuables with 65 layers of polypropylene thermoplastic composite—the same stuff used for body armor. “Not surprisingly,” it also has a false bottom and a handcuff ring, making it the perfect business accessory for VIPs with a taste for “complete overkill.” Indestructible as the attaché may be, “don’t go diving into a line of fire with it.” You need your own body armor to try that.

$5,995, tumi.com
Source: Wall Street Journal

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