As you know by now, Apple’s newest iPhone has no headphone jack. Naturally, people worry about the new wireless AirPods falling out of their ears and being lost. What can you do? Well, 3D Printing company M3D has a solution.
King of geeky jewelry Han Cholo recently shared these swanky officially-licensed Star Wars lightsaber earrings. They’re made of 14k gold-plated sterling silver and can be customized upon request.
Han Cholo sells the earrings for $100 (USD).
Wearable tech is all the rage, but there are a lot of other bits of your wardrobe that still can be technified. We are free to worry about our watches, shirts, pants, compression gear, arm bands, head bands, and rings running out of batteries, but what about earrings?
Reach for the stars every time you touch your ears with these Constellation Earrings. They feature none other than one of the most well-known constellations of all time: the Big Dipper and Little Dipper.
These lock pick earrings are perfect for the cat burglar in your life. Catwoman certainly wouldn’t be caught without a pair. This is one accessory that can get you out of tight spots and into some others.
These Playstation button earrings are perfect for the gamer girl who prefers Sony’s consoles over Microsoft’s. With this set of four earrings you can wear them in any button combination pair you want. Or if you have the extra piercings, wear all four at once.
Humans are slowly turning into walking billboards. Beards and thighs have already been turned into prime advertising spaces. The next body part to become a billboard might just be your earlobes. Or rather, what’s hanging off of your lobes, that is, if you happen to be wearing the Video Earrings.
These days, they can put LEDs in pretty much anything, but I have to say that I didn’t think that stud earrings were big enough. I guess I was wrong, because these LED earrings will allow you to start flashing like a Christmas tree, no matter where you are.
I always wonder what became of paddle controllers. You know, like the ones that you used to play the Atari 2600 with back in the day. There are certain types of games – especially paddle ball and driving games – that lend themselves well to the single-axis analog control these primitive input devices provided.
A while back I came across some cool Portal-inspired earrings, but they weren’t exactly the kind of thing you could wear out to a nice dinner. These, on the other hand, would look lovely no matter what the occasion.
The sonic screwdriver is the Doctor’s favorite tool and now you can wear one on each ear. They look pretty cool and stylish. The one drawback is that if you are going to be opening doors with these, you are going to have to put your ear to the lock and pray.
Gamer girls with a taste for retro consoles will get a tiny thrill from these handmade earrings, done up to look like miniature Atari 2600 joysticks. I always loved the firm, digital feeling of the old 2600 joystick – it worked great for arcade style games.
We’ve all heard about the third eye; but have you ever heard of the third ear? And the fourth ear that follows? If you haven’t, then you’re about it. And let me just say, they’re probably not what you expected.