Elon Musk has mentioned that his ‘Burnt Hair’ fragrance has bought out, elevating $3 million for his tunnel-digging startup.
The $100 perfume was bought by way of the net retailer of The Boring Company, promoting 30,000 bottles in simply over per week.
“With a name like mine, getting into the fragrance business was inevitable,” the tech billionaire tweeted final week. “Why did I even fight it for so long?!”
It is the third piece of merchandise bought by The Boring Company since launching in 2016, with a hat and a modified roofing torch each promoting out inside days of occurring sale.
Mr Musk described the newest product as “the finest fragrance on Earth” and a “unique, limited edition collector’s item”.
Listings of the Burnt Hair fragrance have already appeared on second-hand retail websites, with costs starting from $200 to $3,000 on eBay.
Huge markups had been additionally seen for The Boring Company’s ‘Not-A-Flamethrower’ and ‘World’s most boring hat’ after they bought out, in addition to a $250 bottle of Tesla Tequila bought by way of one in all Mr Musk’s different corporations.
It will not be clear what the funds raised by way of the fragrance gross sales will likely be used for, with earlier merchandise used to assist finance the tunnel-digging startup.
The firm was based after Mr Musk grew pissed off with site visitors in Los Angeles, although there’s but to be a business tunnel dug in California.
The solely business enterprise is a Loop transit system beneath Las Vegas, which transports passengers in Tesla automobiles by way of tunnels linking three stations.
“To solve the problem of soul-destroying traffic, roads must go 3D, which means either flying cars or tunnels are needed,” the agency’s web site states.
“Unlike flying cars, tunnels are weatherproof, out of sight, and won’t fall on your head.”