Jo Koy’s $612,430 Shopping Spree | GQ

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Jo Koy has an infinite amount of fake money to spend shopping online. GQ curated a personalized shopping list for Jo filled with watches, cars, weed, luggage and more. Would he spend $7K on a smart toilet with built-in Amazon Alexa and a bidet? Is he splurging on a Rolex Cellini Moonphase or going nostalgic with a Casio Databank Vintage Calculator watch? Is he a CBD bath bomb kinda guy?

Shop Jo Koy’s shopping cart below. (Note: if you buy something through these retail links, GQ may earn an affiliate commission.)

Kohler Smart Toilet:

Karaoke machine:

LG Steam Closet:

Aibo Robotic Dog:

Diesel Mr. Daddy watch:

Casio vintage calculator watch:

Perricone MD Cold Plasma+ CBD serum:

Kopiko instant coffee:

Gucci Supreme carry on:

Jira Giga automatic coffee machine:

Off-White x Rimowa carry on:

Louis Vuitton x Supreme carry on:

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