- Liverpool on-loan striker at West Bromwich Albion Daniel Sturridge flaunts his senturion car key bracelet worth thousands of pounds sterling
- The wrist-wear is built out of a 4.9 billion-year-old meteorite
- Meanwhile, Chelsea defender David Luiz bought 30 pieces of the device for his teammates after winning the Premier League last season
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has taken to social media to flaunt his incredible car key made out of a 4.9 billion-year-old meteorite valued at over £34,000.
The 28-year-old is currently on a season long loan deal at West Bromwich Albion after falling down the pecking order with Jurgen Klopp before the start of last season.
Sturridge made a short video of himself wearing the expensive accessory on Instagram.
Senturion bracelets, labelled the "most unique collectors' item in the world", are diamond-encrusted and can fetch as much as £150,800.
The bracelet is designed in such a way that it will be synchronized with every flashy car while the owners will not need to carry their car keys around.
He (Sturridge) presently earns £120,000-a-week at West Brom and he told his 3 million followers: "Senturion key…opens your key, starts your car, does all that stuff, bro. Big tings.
"Jokes aside, man’s feeling himself with his ting. I don’t even need the keys no more baby, this ting’s mad."
Sturridge was using the Senturion keys on his £235,000 Rolls-Royce Wraith.
Brazil and Chelsea defender, David Luiz, spent over £1 million buying the bracelet for his team-mates after winning the Premier League title last term.
The former Paris Saint Germain defender customized a special set of 30 Senturion keys and presented them to his pals at Cobham.
Meanwhile, he customised his own bracelet to feature solid 18-carat handcrafted rose gold and 198 black diamonds, and opted to synchronise it with his Mercedes AMG G Wagon.
However, one specially built bracelet was reserved for the Blues owner Roman Abramovich, as his key was forged from a 4.9bn-year-old meteorite - older than earth.
The exclusivity of the wrist-wear can be found in the type of car they are designed for, while on the London-based company's site, users pick whether they want to match it with their Bentley, Ferrari, Bugatti, Lamborghini, McLaren, Porsche, Pagani, Aston Martin or Rolls-Royce.
A video on Senturion's website indicating how the strap worked with a Roller showed a man push a button on it to unlock the car.
Their website adds: "Every piece is created as part of a limited-edition series of only eleven, making it the ultimate statement in luxury lifestyle."
The Alpha edition costs an eye-watering £150, 800 and even the most basic version - The Vanta - starts at £33,880.
Senturion keys can also be used to unlock wine cellars and open vaults, and Olympics legend Usain Bolt wears them too.
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