Elder Scrolls LARPers might want to think about recharging with these handmade brass rings which offer a fortify restoration effect. The LED rings are available in single color or a morphing pattern.
Rememberings are wearable reminders. Made of stretchable silicon, the rings come in bright colors to call attention to their inscriptions. You still have to remember to put them on though.
Space cadets, load up your phone with classic moments in space exploration, including gems like “That’s one small step for man…“, “The Eagle has landed.” and “Houston, we’ve had a problem.“
Beat Poet and 22designstudio’s series of simple geometric rings are based on architectural ideas. The rings are characterized by an almost exclusive use of concrete, with form work holes left intact.
Nobody will question your masculinity with these tough-ass looking skull rings from Duann Scott. Each one is designed using 3D modeling software, then laser-sintered together, particle-by-particle.
This sterling silver, Flight of the Concords-inspired Computer Love Ring will enhance your chances of binary bliss with an 8-bit engraving that spells out “i <3 u" in geek-speak.
Class rings are no longer just for the socially endowed; Josten’s offers a Gamer (DA8) symbol that’ll be engraved on both sides of a ring (Tribute A11 above), with your choice of text.
Room101’s Executive Collection puts the bling in single- and double-finger block rings; available with 22k gold, diamonds, rubies, and more, each bespoke ring is also laser-engraved.
Kinekt’s Gear Ring is sure to turn fingers as well as heads: this engineering-friendly bling is made with six tiny gears that rotate in unison when the outer rims of the ring are turned.
Part brass knuckle, part knuckle bling, HomeRoom’s 2 Finger Ring is made by their in-house jeweler from solid silver; available in silver or gold finishes, each is polished by hand.
Minimalist bling sounds like an oxymoron, but Zoe & Doyle’s rings are simple yet sport upscale, man-friendly materials including carbon fiber and titanium with gunmetal and matte finishes.
Mansion too pricy? Phiippe Tournaire’s handmade 18k gold/platinum Villa de Reve rings aren’t cheap, but they put the whole world on your finger; he uses Google Earth to design them.
Good luck getting your S.O. to use these as engagement rings: Weta’s Master Chief Rings are must-have bling for any Halo fan; they’re sterling silver replicas of the Mark VI helmet.
A completely custom piece, this Optimus Prime Ring is for die-hard Autobots only; made with 14 karat gold, it’s blingtastic enough to take down Decepticons with its brightness alone.
A worthy addition to our rapidly growing geek bling collection, this 18 karat gold ring by artist Sakurako Shimizu is a precise case of a 1981 Atari chip; it’s also available in silver.
Metsa Design calls them wooden rings, but we can’t help wondering if these would make viable alternatives to brass knuckles; choose from four exotic woods and two or three-finger sizes.
Sakurako Shimizu’s Waveform Ring may be a one-off concept, but we sense a business opportunity: it’s laser cut and hand fabricated with the soundwaves of a wedding.
We really dig these Space Invaders Cufflinks; they’re simple and straightforward, made with sterling silver and feature a mirror-polish base. The invaders themselves are menacing in matte.
Don’t make me bust out my onomatopoeia: these laser-welded Pow! and Kaboom! Rings by Homeroom sport beloved comic book phrases; they’re made with .925 sterling silver.
Can you say nerd bling? These periodic table rings not only sport the elemental info for silver, gold and platinum, but they’re made out of the actual metals they represent.
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