Want This Way Cool Steampunk Ring That Turns Into A Telescope?
There are few of us who haven't dreamed of living the life of a spy -- dashing about the great capitals of the world, being chased by evil agents bent on destroying our freedoms, and, best of all, getting to make use of super spy gadgets. Just like James Bond (in an alternate universe) you can get this way cool Capt. Jules' Extraordinary Telescope Ring with an awesome steampunk look.
The ring is awesome enough on its own to start a conversation -- and then you start showing off what it can do. Oh, sure, you can pass it off as a family heirloom, but it is so much more. Flip open the two glass bits and you have a tiny telescope literally right at hand. Use just the larger glass and you also have a magnifying glass. Under both sides you have a small magnetic compass to help you find your way.
While it looks like this would be a heavy object to wear, it is actually made of cast aluminum for lightweight, easy wear. It has a steampunk finish of bronze with an added black patina for a cool yesteryear style. Oh, and who is Captain Jules? Your guess is as good as anyone else's. You can make up an entire array of stories about who he is and how he came to bequeath this very special gadget to you.
"I was on a beach in Barbados when a storm came up. To my amazement, a ship was tossed up on the rocks nearby. A strange looking man of a certain age crawled from the remains of the captain's cabin. He grabbed hold of my shirt collar, whispered the cryptic phrase 'save the Coptic Dragon,' pressed this into my hand, and collapsed."
The ring is the perfect gift for your favorite geek or nerd and comes in a small metal tin that is just right for gift-giving and later for the proper storage of the latest family treasure. Just think of how your gift will make a birthday party or Christmas morning come to a complete halt as everyone stops you admire your gift-giving prowess.
To order a Capt. Jules' Extraordinary Telescope Ring for yourself or your steampunk loving loved one, click here.