This utility ring is made from aerospace grade titanium and will make sure you’re prepared in every situation. It has five different tools including a bottle opener, a straight blade, a serrated blade, a saw, and even a comb. Okay, it’s a teeny tiny comb but it does the job (on mustaches maybe). It measures 9mm wide and is custom made to your size for a perfect fit. Just think how handy this little ring could be during the zombie apocalypse.
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If you’re confident that your relationship will continue to go strong even if your engagement ring might need to be incinerated at some point, then this awesome ring by BMF Jewelry is the ring for you.
In case you’re unfamiliar, this ring is based on the weighted Companion Cube from Portal. And while the cube on the ring won’t help you solve puzzles as it does in the game, it could solve your puzzling love life.
See how the ring was created at CustomMade.
You know you’ve found your soul mate when you can both agree that your wedding cake will look like an SNES. This gamer themed wedding also included a beautifully engraved Legend of Zelda wedding band for the groom and Pokemon cufflinks. They even marched down the aisle to Zelda’s Lullaby. It was a wedding made in gamer heaven.
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I’m sure he pressed start, but that was before he found out that she gave him the controller with a sticky D-pad.
Anyone tempted to break their marriage vows is going to have to plan a bit in advance. This Titanium wedding ring is engraved on the inside so that the words “I’m Married” will appear on the wearer’s finger when the ring is removed. I suppose it’s one way to be sure your spouse isn’t cheating, but if you’re worrying about it while you’re picking out your wedding rings, then perhaps you ought to have a chat before you walk down the aisle.
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We loved these Han and Leia rings, but the concept just got one-upped by Redditor joeythehobo as he and his wife had rings of Damascus steel (similar to the type used in medieval swordmaking) inscribed with the famous lines from Star Wars.
Liked these rings? Check out more nerdy ways to say “I do” right here.
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Aperture Labs appears to be working on a crazy portal wedding rings concept, which I suppose makes it harder for the husband to escape. However, the good news for the groom is that there is usually some cake after the ceremony.
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When two photographers decided to get married, they asked their jewelry-makin’ friend to help create special wedding rings. What they ended up with is a pair of rings based on the Leica 50mm Summilux lens. The groom got the focusing ring while the bride got the aperture ring.
The jeweler even made a miniature Leica M3 that can be used to hold the rings (they slide onto the lens!).
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We’ve talked a lot about wedding rings on Fashionably Geek recently, like these Pokeball and Harry Potter wedding proposals, but what about all of the marriages that end in divorce? Well, there’s a ring for that too.
The ring was designed by Kest Schwartzman of Vagabond Jewelry.
Oh, I do…I most definitely do. Is it too late to change my wedding ring to something like this? Yeah, I guess it is—but ColorMeKatie’s‘s friend Tyler certainly had the right idea. As you will see after the break, the ring is actually compatible with real Lego bricks.
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