Are you single and available? If the answer is yes, read on. If the answer is no we strongly suggest you click onto another Firebox page pronto, otherwise we'll grass you up. That's because Singelringen is, as its name (almost) suggests, a ring for single people. But more than that, it's a ring for guys and gals who want to advertise their single status and (maybe) hook up with fellow wearers.
Before all you sceptical singletons start to dismiss this chic little ring as some sort of Billy no mates-orientated gimmick, listen up: the Singelringen-wearing community is currently growing at a rate of around 5,000 per month and there are 30,000 wearers in 17 countries worldwide. Even celebs are going gaga over Singelringen, and we're not talking Love Island Z-listers, we're talking Hollywood A-listers.
Why? Well for starters the Singelringen looks pretty stylish. An outer band of azure acrylic is melded to a weighty silver ring which shines through a distinctive crescent cut into the acrylic. Each ring is also engraved with a unique code. This allows wearers to register online and stay up-to-date with the ever-expanding world of Singelringen.
Just think, with this hip hoop wrapped around your finger you'll be able to show those in the know that you're unattached and available without opening your trap, winking suggestively or licking your lips and rubbing your thighs. Icebreaker? Not half!
Even if you're not looking for love, you can wear your Singelringen with pride. Because let's face it, being single rules. Just ask anyone who's married. (Actually, don't). We really can't overstate the thunderous nature of the buzz surrounding Singelringen, so get ordering and let your finger do the talking. Single life? We love it!
What a cool idea. Sounds like a great conversation starter! Mary, London - 9th August 2006
I'm feeling very good about wearing my Singelringen. I especially enjoy explaining to people what it means and why I wear it. It's a declaration that I feel just fine the way things already are. Sara Weller, Manhattan - 4th August 2006
Being a single now for a bit more than two years and not even being sure I'll ever marry this ring is a pretty good statement. Why only wear a ring if you are married ? Being single is no discrace to society. Christian Radeloff, London - 1st August 2006
Pure genius! These should be made compulsory for all single men. Allie, London - 1st August 2006
I love the product. Been a cool single for a long time and now I can show it. Both the design and the idea behind it - I am all for it! Jeanette Andersson, Stockholm - 27th July 2006