Good evening. This is Ikeda.
I'm an analog person who has never used Bluetooth earphones.
My impression is that the battery will run out of charge quickly, but is this actually the case?
Wired earphones can get tangled in something and can be a pain to untangle, so if you don't have to worry about charging them, you'll want to use Bluetooth.
If it's something like AirPods that don't have a cord at all, I'm afraid I'll lose it, so I think I'll buy something that I can wear over my shoulder, but I don't think that would make that much of a difference.
Today, instead of annoying wired earphones that get tangled, we're introducing Britt Bolton's tangled Open Snake Ring.
In a sense, you could say that all the rings are tangled, but please bear with me.
The design itself is the same for all three, but the materials used are different and each one is handmade, so there are subtle differences between them.
The materials are 2 silver and 1 brass.
Silver comes in two types: those with tourmaline (a type of gemstone called tourmaline) and those with nothing attached.
When I looked into tourmaline, I found out that it is the birthstone for October, and luckily I found it to be the birthstone for October.
It is said to purify the mind, body and environmental energy, accurately capture intuition and premonitions, and give vitality and courage to the mind.
It sounds kind of good, but it also sounds vague.
The head has a relatively large hole through it to represent the eyes.
Personally, I found this design to be adorable, as it is a deformed design rather than a realistic eye.
You can tell at a glance that it has a snake design, so you might think it's a strong statement, but it's not large, but delicately thin, and has the characteristic of an open ring, so it gives a surprisingly modest impression.
It looks more like a newly born striped snake than an anaconda.
Is it an image of the newly born little snake getting tangled up with the parent snake (you all)?
Although I said that's the point, Brass makes a strong statement about the color itself, so I think it's enough to be luxurious in one respect.
I think the two silver ones can be used in combination with the rings you already have.
Another nice point is that the prices are very reasonable considering it's jewelry.
Japanese handmade jewelry brands tend to have more aggressive pricing.
We do not post it online, but if you would like to purchase it online, please contact us and we will be happy to accommodate your request.
Britt Bolton's Open Snake Ring, which you'll probably grow fond of as the entanglement period gets longer, is definitely worth it.