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For the man who has everything, or the fool who wishes to be parted from his money as soon as possible, might we recommend the Formula 1 carbon mouse mat currently on offer at the official F1 store for a mere 250 quid.

Mind you, this is not just any mouse mat, oh no:

That F1 carbon mouse mat in full

Hand-made in England exclusively for Formula 1™ by specialist composite technicians who make Formula One monocoques, this carbon mouse mat was designed using state of the art automotive 3D modelling software.

Features:

  • Surface of solid, 3mm thick polished carbon fibre
  • Backing of fine Italian black suede
  • Embossed in carbon with the F1 Formula 1 logo
  • Carbon cured to 120° C at 100 psi

Fantastic. One thing, though: the F1 carbon mouse mat is not suitable for optical mice. For that, you'll need the carbon and leather version - also a snip at £260. ®

Bootnote

Thanks to Tony Jackson for the luxury tip-off.

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