Last year we saw Critical Hit Collectibles’ glow-in-the-dark Life Bar necklace. The Etsy shop is now selling a necklace containing the other half of the RPG staple. When you wear this, I hope you have a fun time explaining to non-gamers that your name isn’t “Mana.”
I’ve seen my fair share of incredibly odd devices for computers over the years, but most of the really bizarre stuff is rather cheap. You have to figure that the stranger a device is, the less money it has to cost for people to be interested.
Etsy artist Jess Firsoff makes NES cartridge rings. All you have to do is insert them into your loved one’s front-loading cartridge ring slot. You can ask her to make a cartridge stud out of any game, including the famous gold cart of The Legend of Zelda.
Etsy artist Christian Griffin must’ve been listening to Soviet Russian Beyonce, because he believes that if you like it then you should put it on a ring. That’s exactly what he did with the iconic song sheets from Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
When I got married, most wedding rings were pretty ordinary. Sure, they might have some extra diamonds here and there, or some sort of ornate engraving, but thanks to the wide-world of online customization, we have so many more choices these days.
How many times have you found yourself facing the wrath of your partner after forgetting your anniversary? The reality is that some people are just more forgetful than others. It doesn’t mean that you love them or care for them any less; it most likely means that you have a pretty crappy memory.
Check out this awesome snowspeeder ring. It was made from a toy and it looks pretty darn good on a finger. Star Wars fanatic Jennifer Landa of Rockets and Rainbows has a nice selection of vintage toys that she’s converted into jewelry.
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.
Fans of the Portal series will want to open up their wallets right now, and place an order for this clever ring – designed to look just like GLaDOS. No, I’m not talking about the “I’m a potato” GLaDOS – that wouldn’t make for a very cool looking ring.
As a manly man, I’m not big on jewelry. No necklaces here. Well, not unless they were of an eagle or something – with a fresh kill in it’s claws. No rings. Nothing. But I would wear the Man Ring in a heartbeat.
Falling in love can be complicated; falling in ‘like’, not so much. Either way, you’ve got various Facebook statuses to choose from (including the infamous “It’s Complicated”) and different ways to express how you feel – one of which is Yeople’s ‘I Like You’ pendant that shows the actual process of liking instead of just the icon itself.
Etsy artist Nastalgame sells plastic jewelry inspired by the hearts from The Legend of Zelda. There’s a necklace, a bracelet, a ring and two different types of earrings. The hearts can also be “broken”, in case you’re not feeling particularly romantic.
This isn’t the first time we’ve see geek-themed engagement rings, and I’m fairly certain this won’t be the last either.
You might have heard all about Star Wars creator George Lucas’ engagement with his longtime girlfriend earlier this month.
Store your jewelry and other treasures in the geekiest way possible: in this TARDIS jewelry box. While its space is virtually infinite in Doctor Who’s realm, that doesn’t apply to the TARDIS recreations on Earth. But even though we all have to deal with finite space and compartments, I’m sure this will be more than enough for whatever you want to store inside it.