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You May Not Have The Force, But You Can Have These Star Wars Dangle Earrings

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Star Wars merch hasn’t been this relevant since 2005, when the Revenge of the Sith came out. But with The Force Awakens slated for a December release, people are getting excited once more. What better way to proclaim your undying love of the franchise than by wearing one of these Star Wars Dangle Earrings.

– Star Wars Dangle Earrings
– Officially-licensed Star Wars merchandise
– Choose Death Star, TIE Fighter, or X-Wing
– Death Star charms have a rhinestone where the Concave Dish Composite Beam Superlaser would be
– TIE Fighters have french-hook style backs with rubber stoppers
– X-Wing studs feature Rebel Alliance starbird
– Materials: 316L surgical stainless steel
– Dimensions:
– Death Star: 6mm stud, 12mm diameter charm; total dangle 1 1/2″
– TIE Fighter: 21mm tall x 19mm wide x 18mm deep; total dangle 2″
– X-Wing: 8mm stud, X-Wing 24mm tall x 24mm wide x 11mm deep; total dangle 2 1/2″
– Weight: .15 oz. each

ThinkGeek always has cool stuff and priced decently. These earrings are no exception, coming in at $24.99 for a pair.

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“I Love You” “I Know” Rings Are Made For The Coolest Of Lovers

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When they were filming the original Star Wars, the scene where Han Solo is about to be frozen and carbonate, and he has to say farewell to Leia calls for him to reply a tepid “I love you too” to her expected “I love you”. Instead, Harrison Ford improvised the now-famous “I know”, and the rest is history. It sets the tone for his character, and makes for a scene so memorable that ThinkGeek has seen it appropriate to make two rings that commemorate the exchange. The “I love you / I know” rings are made from 316L surgical stainless steel, are officially licensed Star Wars merchandise, and feature the Rebel Alliance symbol secretly engraved inside the band. If you and your significant other consider yourselves fans of the franchise, as well as fans of each other, you might want to consider spending the very reasonable $20 asking price.

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Waka Waka: A Pacman Piercing

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This is just too cool. There isn’t much to say, since the image kind of says it all. It’s a Pacman piercing, which could easily be expanded by simply adding more dots between the ghost and Pacman. This particular one was done by Precision Body Piercing in Marquette, MI (their Instagram).

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Ultra High-End Connected Jewelry By Pinifarina And Christophe & Co.

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With names like Pinifarina and Christoph & Co., you know you’re looking at something expensive, and the Armills line of men’s jewelry is about as fancy as they come. These bracelets are nominally “high-tech” in the sense that they do incorporate an optional hardware module that allows the wearer to perform NFC payments, have automated venue access, one-touch valet access and other options. But that’s clearly not the main attraction. What is, is the 1,500 pave diamonds carefully hand-placed on the “highly complex ceramic shield” that serves to protect the delicate 18K gold surface of the piece, which itself is intertwined between pieces of carefully cut carbon fiber. A proprietary kinetic energy regeneration system powers the electronics, which should be able to go for long periods of time without a charge.

Like any high-end piece of jewelry, you’re paying mostly for the status than for any tangible benefit they bring. And the Armils bands don’t disappoint: “Christophe & Co. Armills bracelet will come in three models – Virtus, Orion and Apollo for $75,000, $93,000, and $149,000 respectively.”

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Marrying A Dr. Who Fan? Propose With This Ring!

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This sounds like a solid idea, right fellas? You’re dating this wonderful girl for some time, and all she ever does is talk about that show. You’ve actually been thinking of putting a ring on it, so… what better way than with The Spin Doctor, as this particular piece is called? It’s available in sterling silver, 14 karat white and yellow gold as well as platinum, and the spinning Tardis has infinitely many diamonds on the inside. It’s much bigger, you see?

Prices start at $1,050 and will take 6 weeks to ship.

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For The Die Hard Fans: A Pokemon Engagement Ring

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So I’ll be the first to admit, I’m a little out of touch on the whole Pokemon thing. Do people still play this stuff? Is it, like, a thing now? Because we’re thinking it would have to be for some jeweller somewhere to think it worth his while to develop a Pokemon Engagement ring. And to be so passionate about its description.

Somewhere in our bedrooms was a small pile of dead AA batteries from the sleepless nights with our faces glowing in the screen of capturing all of the existing 150 little evolving creatures we pit in a fight to the faint. Nowadays the batteries are built into all electronic devices and the 150 has been upped to a zillion billion. Nothing says “I Choose You” like our Trainer’s Band.

The engagement ring has a twisted shank with a row of created green gems showing our good health at the beginning of a battle, the other row of created topaz stones shows our experience. All variations of this ring has a Created Ruby and Cubic Zirconium cut in half to create the symmetrical design in the center. Our Genuine Gems options have Authentic Peridot and Authentic Aquamarine “AA” quality.

Prices start at $197 for the cubic zirconium versions and going up to $849 for real gems.

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Realistic-Looking Fake Food Jewelry Looks Good Enough to Eat

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Look away if you’re on a diet and want to still be on one at the end of the day. Because while we’re talking fashion accessories, they might as well be food because of how close to the real thing they actually look. This line of jewelry was created by Hatanaka, a Japanese manufacturer that specializes in making uber-realistic plastic food replicas for restaurants.

Now they’re expanding their line of business to the fashion industry with their bacon belts, soba necklaces, spaghetti hairpieces, and pasta earrings.

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C-3PO And R2-D2 Wedding Bands For Star Wars Geeks

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These are a pair of nice-looking Star Wars themed wedding bands. One is made out to look like R2-D2 while the other C-3PO. Who wears which is entirely up to you of course, but if you’re enough of a geek, disagreement over this might just be enough to fuel endless arguments ultimately leading to your divorce… I mean, do you really want to give your wife the C-3PO ring, while keeping the obviously cooler R2-D2 for yourself?

They’re the work of jeweller Juan Hidalgo, and we don’t know how much they cost.

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Qalo Ring: An Alternative to Typical Wedding Bands

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Compared to men, women are more particular when it comes to jewelry. How many times have you heard one of your guy friends say that they’ve lost, misplaced, or banged up their rings so badly because he forgot to take it off while mountain climbing? The solution isn’t to buy a spare ring or wear it around your neck; no, it comes in the form of the Qalo Ring.

It’s a simple band that dudes can wear on their ring fingers without having to worry about possible wear and tear. Made from thick silicone, the rings are comfortable yet durable enough for active lifestyles. The best part? It’s only $20, so you don’t have to worry about breaking the bank if you ever need to buy a replacement.

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