If you're anything like me, you probably saved yourself a couple grand by going with a piece of windshield glass instead of an actual diamond in your fiance's engagement ring. Just kidding, I'm not really engaged. But I would consider safety glass as a diamond alternative depending on my fiance's vision. Unfortunately, now there's an easy to use diamond-tester on the market to foil my plans. The $200 device quickly determines whether a diamond is the real deal or Moissanite (silicon carbide). That's okay though, we still have options: namely, rewiring the device to always answer diamond to moissanite. Now, which one of you lovely ladies wants to be my bride? Diamonds everyday!
Determine if your diamond is synthetic or real in 1.5 seconds [dvice]
Ms. Taken is a fake engagement ring that comes in a discreet keychain holder so you can secretly slide it on before some dingdong at the bar tries to talk to you about how much money he makes being a giant effing loser. It costs $50 and I just bought them out. No more fooling... / Continue →
First the Lord of the Rings earrings, then the fingernail art, now a Portal engagement ring made by the folks at Custom Made -- it really is turning into lady's day on Geekologie. And you know what? I say we embrace it. Maybe later we can take turns putting makeup on each ot... / Continue →
This is a D10 die engagement ring. It was custom made, but doesn't contain any precious stones so it was probably still significantly cheaper than a traditional engagement ring. Because what better way to symbolize a relationship than PURE CHANCE. Rolling for true love -- co... / Continue →