• Eugene H.

    This is very cool. I am in the market for a wedding ring, but I wonder if this pinches? That would be a horrible thing to find out after the fact. I think I will stick with trusty old Tiffany for the moment.

    • jeff-o

      I suggest looking into getting a titanium ring. I love mine. Not as geeky as moving gears, but titanium allows for some very exotic patterns, inlays, engravings and shapes that aren’t possible with gold.

      I think the gear ring would collect gunk like crazy. You’d be cleaning it on a weekly basis.

  • Andy

    The video does not seem to work on blog.makenzine.

    Here is the working video for the Gear Ring.


    • Matt Mets

      Thanks for the heads-up, the vimeo version of the video appears to have been deleted. I’ve updated the post to include the Youtube version.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Shanea-Speidel/1340244890 Shanea Speidel

    I would like to find one of these Gear rings from a store that isnt tring to rip us off. I found the supplier site and they sell these rings to thses stores for $3.00 to $5.00 per ring with a min purchase of 100. The stores I found that are selling them are asking $165.00 per ring. So if anyone knows of a store that is reasonably priced, please let me know. Thanks.

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  • ed

    does anyone know the dimensions? i’m trying to 3d print my own