You might remember Homer Liwag from the Indiana Jones ring that he had made for his girlfriend. Well, that wasn’t the only ring he created. This one is a Star Wars themed wedding band that’s part lightsaber, and part Darth Vader’s chestplate.
Whovians, check out this amazing TARDIS ring. It keeps things classy and manages to put a police box on your finger. Not that the Doctor could or would ever commit to a single companion for the rest of his long life.
Mobile phone stands aren’t all equal, and I have to say that this one definitely is different from others I’ve seen before. The iLoop is basically a thick silicone ring that doubles as an iPhone stand, and oddly enough, an exercise grip.
Valentine’s Day has come and gone. How did you spend yours? It’s the one day of the year where a lot of guys decide it’s high time to propose to their girlfriends. But for those who aren’t ready to take the leap, there are always promise rings.
The road from getting engaged to when the actual “I Do’s” are said is a long and activity-filled one. I should know – not because I’m married, but because I’ve got two sisters who recently got hitched.
Valentine’s day is fast approaching. It’s probably the one day of the year that most singles love to hate for a variety of reasons. And if you still don’t have a ring on that finger, then maybe you’d like this ring instead: the Killer Ring.
How do you propose to a hardcore Indiana Jones fan? You can always do what Homerliwag over on Reddit did. He presented this super cool wedding ring when he proposed to his Indiana Jones-obsessed fiance.
Show your allegiance to your favorite game console with these PS3 and XBox 360 rings. They will deck your digits in tiny replica controllers, upping your geek gaming cred and proclaiming your side in the console wars.
While the killer puzzles, GLaDOS (Potato), and Cave Johnson were all highlights of Portal 2, Wheatley tops the list for the sheer quantity of laugh-out-loud moments in the game, if you ask me. Now fans of the game can take Wheatley wherever they go, with one of these personality core rings.
I’ve always been curious to know if those emergency buttons hidden under the bank teller’s table actually exist. You know, like the ones that you see in those movies where the bank robbers eventually get caught while still inside the bank because at least one of the bank’s personnel managed to push that silent distress button.
Chris Myles has been wowing us for quite some time now with his Portal-related props and toys. If you’re a fan of his work, now’s your chance to literally pay him back – and get cool stuff in return – by copping his custom made 3D-printed rings.
Genius makes all sorts of computer accessories and peripherals, and has for a long time. The latest peripheral from the company is the Genius 2.4GHz Wireless Ring Mouse and it is pretty cool. This mouse would be perfect for the people that are on the road all the time that want a mouse that needs no desk to operate.
When geeks get married, they start to look for different types of wedding rings than the normal gold rings that most people wear. The more specialized the geekiness of the couple, the more specialized the design of the rings tends to be.
When I was a kid I was always tearing up old radios or something that I found around the house or my dad’s office just to see what was inside. I really liked tearing up the old CB radios they were throwing out to see the circuit boards and transistors inside.
Like the Splinter Cell series? Here’s a clever design for some Sam Fisher-inspired jewelry to feed you fan-boy or fan-girls out there.
Designed to look like Fisher’s iconic 3-sensor nightvision headgear, the ring is still just a concept design.